Continuing Medical Education (CME) Program with CME Certificate
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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 within integrative pediatrics related to autism spectrum disorders.
The innovative program design offers multiple learning formats and is highly interactive, including lectures, Q&A, open discussion and scientific debate. Each talk is followed by an extensive Q&A/open discussion period to allow for input from the audience so that alternative points of view may be considered.
Featuring fourteen speakers and spanning 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 and autism spectrum disorders.
Pediatricians, primary care physicians, pediatric neurologists and other members of the healthcare team working in the field of autism and autism spectrum disorders will especially benefit from this Continuing Medical Education activity.
Please join us for this outstanding CME event!
Shawn Centers, DO, FACOP
AutismOne 2018 Continuing Medical Education Program
At the conclusion of this activity, knowledge gained should better enable participants to understand the latest research in 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.
PROGRAM TOPIC HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
- Endocannabinoid system
- Environmental insults and detoxification
- Functional neurology
- Gastrointestinal pathology and gut dysbiosis
- Immune insults, immunological dysfunction
- Mitochondrial dysfunction, neurological issues
- Pathophysiology of purinergic signaling
- Primitive reflexes
- Toxins as etiological factors