When: Wednesday, 10th May 2017
What Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm AEST
Where: Online - join via your computer!
Your Host: Keonie Moore
CPE: 1.5 points
Case notes are an integral and important part of clinical practice for all health professions, yet it has been identified that the record- keeping practices of complementary medicine practitioners is often inadequate. A key component of greater recognition and integration of complementary and alternative is dependent on the increased awareness and implementation of professional skills that ensure practitioners are adhering to the correct record-keeping practices.
About your presenter...
Keonie Moore has become a highly sought-after practitioner in the areas of autoimmune disorders and oncology and is an experienced presenter. In 2013 she was invited to present at the Integrative Medicine and Research Group and was published in the international peer-reviewed journal; Advances in Integrative Medicine. A career highlight was being engaged as a keynote speaker at the 2nd International Endocrinology conference, Chicago IL in 2014 where she had the opportunity to present alongside deputy editor of British Medical Journal, National Institutes of Health and a pathologist from the Mayo Clinic. Keonie has since been invited to present on Gastrointestinal Autoimmune Disorders at the Integria Healthcare Symposium October 2016, Gold Coast and as a keynote presentation at the 7th Global Dieticians and Nutritionist Annual Conference December 2016 in Philadelphia, on the Role of Vitamin E in the management of Gliomas.
Keonie leads a team of 17 practitioners and 10 support staff at ReMed Natural Medicine Clinic; a multi-modality clinic that exemplifies assimilation of research findings and evidence into clinical practice. Through these experiences, Keonie has found a passion in creating a thriving business culture in the complementary medicine industry and is highly regarded as a clinical business mentor; combining her expertise in both clinical practice and best practice research into strategies to enhance clinical operations.