CUTTING-EDGE AUTISM CME PROGRAM

Thursday, May 24 - Saturday, May 26

Lombard, IL 

                                                   

Dear Colleague:  

Healthcare professionals are cordially invited to participate in the AutismOne 2018 Continuing Medical Education Program, a joint initiative of AutismOne and the American Academy of Pediatric Osteopathy.

 

This CME activity will educate MDs and other healthcare professionals in cutting-edge research and state-of-the-art approaches within integrative pediatrics related to autism spectrum disorders.

 

The innovative program design offers multiple learning formats, including lectures, Q&A sessions, and think tank open discussion sessions. The design of the conference is highly interactive to allow for scientific discussion and debate so that alternative points of view may be considered.

 

Featuring approximately twenty speakers and projected to span 2.5 days, the program is designed for MDs, DOs, DCs, NDs, PAs NPs RNs, RDs, CCNs, PharmDs, RPhs, PsyD, and other healthcare professionals involved in the care of individuals with autism.

 

Please join us for this outstanding CME event!

 

Shawn Centers, DO, FACOP
Program Director 
AutismOne 2018 Continuing Medical Education Program

 

Program Goals

At the conclusion of this activity, knowledge gained should better enable participants to understand the latest research in the integrative treatment of autism and autism spectrum disorders, and to discuss the implications of this research with other members of the healthcare team as well as with families seeking care for patients with autism spectrum disorders.

 

Target Audience

Pediatricians, primary care physicians, pediatric neurologists and other members of the healthcare team working in the field of autism and autism spectrum disorders will benefit from this Continuing Medical Education activity.


CME Credit Information>>


PROGRAM TOPIC HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE (IN PROGRESS):

 

• Disease etiology from pathogens and toxins

• Immune insults/immune dysregulation affecting the brain

• Environmental insults and detoxification

• Methylation models and metabolic impairment remediation

• Neurological issues, mitochondrial dysfunction, cerebral folate deficiency

• Gastrointestinal pathology

• Gut dysbiosis

• Endocannabinoid system

• Body work

  

Invited speakers include (in progress; subject to change):

Dr. Jean-Ronel Corbier

Dr. Jodie Dashore

Dr. Richard Deth

Dr. Michael Elice

Dr. Stuart Freedenfeld

Dr. Tracy Fritz

Dr. Richard Frye

Dr. Suzanne Goh

Dr. James Handy

Dr. Karima Hirani

Dr. Patricia Kane

Dr. Arthur Krigsman

Dr. Judy Mikovits

Dr. James Adams

Dr. Zach Bush

Dr. Shawn K. Centers

Dr. James Neuenschwander

Dr. Marco Ruggiero

Dr. Rosario Trifiletti

Dr. Anju Usman

Dr. Stephen Walker

 

 

                               Register for CME Here