CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT 

2021 WISE TRADITIONS CONFERENCE

NURSES, ACUPUNCTURISTS AND MASSAGE THERAPISTS

We offer continuing education credits for two professions: nurses and acupuncturists. Nutritionists and RDs only need a certificate of attendance as explained below. For nurses and acupuncturists, once you have signed up and paid for the credits you will have to sign in each morning and provide an evaluation before you depart. Acupuncturists must also submit an attendance record. Nurses get credit for attending the talks listed below. Certificates will be emailed to each CEU-recipient after the conference.

Approving Organizations

Nursing: This activity has been approved by the Maryland Nurses Association 

 

Total possible for 3 days: 15.75 hours (Friday 7 hours; Saturday 5; Sunday 3.75). We are approved by the Maryland Nurses Association to award contact hours for nurses. Please note only certain lectures are approved for credit (see below).

Acupuncture: Not accepted by California and Florida. Approved by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM): Possible number of points is 19 PDA for full conference. Maximum each day: Friday = 7 PDAs, Saturday = 6.5, Sunday = 4 (PDA points are accepted by all states except California and Florida.)

Please check back to see the list of talks and categories.

Massage Therapists: Check with your state board. Some states, like North Carolina, give credit under the NCCAOM approval we get for acupuncturists. Please let us know if your state will accept it.

Fees: The fee for CEUs is $25 per day or $65 for all three days. In an effort to keep our registration fees low, we do not build this fee into the registration price but charge only those receiving credit.
 

CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE
$5 FEE


For RDs, some NDs and some nutritionists, a Certificate of Attendance will suffice to give you 5 credit hours each day. You do not have to sign in or submit an evaluation. You simply receive the certificate which you submit to your board or school.

RDs - only need to get the $5 Certificate of Attendance. According to the Commission on Dietetic Registration, CDR Credentialed Practitioners may receive up to 15 cpeus for attending our conference (5 more for Monday). You will not need to sign in each day but will have to obtain and retain in your files a certificate of attendance. You will need to keep track and submit talks attended and of the appropriate Learning Need Codes. If you are in Florida, Illinois, Pennsylvania or Texas you should check with your board to see if they will accept this.

 

Nutritionists – Check with your professional board to see if they will accept this.

 

Other Professions – You can get a Certificate of Attendance and see if your board will accept it.

OPTIONS FOR NURSES - PENDING APPROVAL
 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5 

9:00 – 12:15

Natasha Campbell-McBride: Gut and Psychology Syndrome (via telecom)
 

9:00 – 10:15

Beverly Rubik: The Perils of 5G

 

10:45 - 12:00

David Brownstein: Nutritional and Oxidative Therapies

1:30 – 4:45

Timothy Weeks: Healing through the Power of Nature

1:30 – 2:45

Monica Corrado: Broths and Stocks: Timeless Remedies for Vibrant Health
 

3:30 – 4:45

Louisa Williams: Aluminum

Janine Farzin: Organ Meats

7:30-9:30

Ask the Practitioner Panel

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6

9:00-4:45       

Nourishing Traditional Diets Sally Fallon Morell: Traditional Diets

9:00-10:15

Laura Villanti: Let Food Be Thy Medicine

 

10:45-2:45

Stephanie Seneff, Glyphosate: The Rattlesnake in the Corn Fields

10:45-12:00

Natasha Campbell-McBride: Vegetarianism Explained 

 

1:30-4:45

Gerald Pollack: The 4th Phase of Water

 

1:30-2:45

Griffin Cole: Holistic Dentistry

3:30-4:45

Chris Knobbe: Omega-6 Apocalypse

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7 

 

9:00-10:15       

Anke Zimmerman: Homeopathy for the Family

Sally Fallon Morell: Contagion

11:45-12:15
Brandon LaGreca: Chronic Illness: Building Your Own Treatment Plan

Sally Fallon Morell: Bringing Up Baby
 

1:30-2:45

Diana Jabour: Building Biology

Greg Nigh: Devil in the Garlic