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InterClinical Laboratories Seminar Series, Unraveling Chronic Conditions, NSW,SA,QLD
RN Labs Free Webinar, Examining the Femaie Gut-Brain Axis
BioMedica Free Webinar, A Clinical Framework for Complex Illness
RN Labs Free Webinar, Enhancing Health Span and Vitality
FxMed free Webinar, Mycotoxin Protocols
Integria Webinar, Gut Barrier Dysfunction and Beyond

InterClinical Laboratories Seminar Series, Unraveling Chronic Conditions, WA, NZ

InterClinical Laboratories Seminar Series, Unraveling Chronic Conditions, VIC

InterClinical Laboratories Seminar Series, Unraveling Chronic Conditions, NT

InterClinical Laboratories Seminar Series, Unraveling Chronic Conditions, Byron B.

Bio Concepts 2 Day Summit, Mastering Pathology


Interclinical Unraveling logo

This intensive Face-to-face offers both new and experienced HTMA practitioners evidence-based, practical knowledge and the resources to provide bio-individualised therapy for improved outcomes, especially for patients with complex chronic conditions. HTMA provides deeper insight into patient stress, energy production, adrenal and thyroid efficiency, cognitive function, digestive dysfunction, mitochondrial health, inflammation, blood sugar management, and the effect of long-term therapeutics.

A full day of practical learning! An exciting day, all new lectures summarising recent research,

  • The Challenge: Chronic Conditions, Multimorbidites & Long-Term Therapies
  • The Science of HTMA in Patient Assessment
  • Understanding Drivers of Chronic Conditions (A focus on 7 drivers)
  • Conundrums in Nutraceutical Therapy
  • Back in Clinic
  • Q & A with the Panel

Dates & Venues:
Parkroyal Darling Harbour – Sunday 3rd March - 150 Day St, Sydney NSW 2000
Adelaide: Adelaide Rockford – 10th March  - 164 Hindley St, Adelaide SA 5000
Brisbane: Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane – 24th March  - 23 Leichhardt St, Spring Hill QLD 4000
Auckland: Crowne Plaza Auckland – 7th April  - 128 Albert Street, Auckland CBD, Auckland 1010, New Zealand
Perth: Vibe Hotel Subiaco Perth – 28th April  - 9 Alvan St, Subiaco WA 6008
Melbourne: Citadines on Bourke Melbourne – 5th May  - 131-135 Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Darwin: Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront – 16th June  - 7 Kitchener Dr, Darwin City NT 0800
Byron Bay: Byron Community Centre - 8th September - 69 Jonson St, Byron Bay NSW 2481

Just Click Here For more information or to book 


RN Labs Examining the Female

Examining the Female Gut-Brain Axis Through the Lens of the GI360 and HuMap Tests

Join Dr. Julia Malkowski and Lylen Ferris, ND for this in-depth FREE webinar and Q&A. Addressing female health from a holistic perspective is essential to functional medicine. The connection between the gut-brain axis, neurotransmitters, hormones, and the estrobolome is a complex and dynamic interplay that involves multiple biological systems. Women’s health approaches to gastrointestinal conditions, mental health and hormone balance may be best served by addressing these intricate biological connections. Evaluating oestrogen metabolism, neurotransmitter status, and the gut microbiome together presents an in-depth personalised analysis of the female gut-brain axis.

Research suggests the gut and brain communicate bidirectionally via complex interactions involving neurotransmitters, short-chain fatty acids, and cross talk between the endocrine and immune systems. Furthermore, the estrobolome, a collection of gut bacteria involved in the metabolism of oestrogen, highlights the intricate relationship between the gut brain-axis and hormone homeostasis. This lecture will present the foundations and implications of the gut brain-axis to understand and optimise this system from a functional medicine perspective. It will highlight various aspects of gut microbiome testing, as well as hormone and neurotransmitter profiles. Assessing oestrogen metabolites and neurotransmitter status, in addition to comprehensive stool testing, provides a thorough assessment into the female gut-brain axis. Additional key points such as dietary inputs, inflammation, clinical pearls and therapeutic considerations will be discussed.

Learning Outcomes: 

  • Utilise the gut microbiome, neurotransmitters and oestrogen metabolism as a functional medicine approach to female health via a gut brain-axis perspective.
  • Recognise a gut microbiome profile and analytes associated with positive health outcomes.
  • Discuss the various ways that dietary inputs and inflammation can influence the gut-brain axis, neurotransmitter status, and oestrogen metabolism.
  • Explore the connection between the gut microbiome, the estrobolome, and hormone balance by reviewing pertinent aspects of urinary hormone metabolite and neurotransmitter testing.
  • Summarise various functional medicine approaches to optimising female gut-brain health

Date: Tuesday 12th March, QLD: 8am – NSW/ACT/VIC/TAS: 9am – SA: 8:30am, NT: 7:30am – WA: 6am
Terms: This course is subject to future edits and alterations. Notes: Downloadable PDF slides are available for this course.
CPE Points: Please click here for more information on CPE points.
Click here to Register (Free)

A clinical framework.BioMedica

FREE Online Webinar with Daniel Baden and Tabitha McIntosh 

Webinar synopsis:
As the landscape of clinical practice evolves with an increasing complexity in chronic health presentations, there is a growing and important role for natural health practitioners in our stressed healthcare systems.  Join BioMedica’s co-founder Daniel Baden alongside accomplished clinician Tabitha McIntosh as they delve into their extensive experiences in managing complex and chronic cases, across a variety of clinical scenarios.Register for this complimentary webinar and peer into the minds of some of the country’s most experienced clinicians. Regardless of your level of expertise, this event aims to enrich your professional toolkit.

Key Learning Outcomes:

  • Increased confidence in your ability to support patients with complex and chronic health conditions utilising diet, lifestyle and naturopathic prescriptions.
  • Acquire practical strategies and insights, empowering you to make a positive impact on your patients’ lives.
  • Learn Tabitha’s clinical framework for breaking down complex cases into manageable steps, helping reduce overwhelm for patients and clinicians alike

Date: Wednesday 13 March 2024 at 6.30pm (AEDT) / 8.30pm (NZDT) / 7.30am (GMT).  Duration: 60 minutes + live Q&A

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RN Labs Enhancing Health Span

Enhancing Health Span and Vitality Free Webinar

The Reversing Biological Age Pilot Study Utilising the TruDiagnostic TruAge Test:  There is a known gap between lifespan, the length of time a person lives, and healthspan, the length of time a person is healthy. Understanding how to improve healthspan, rather than lifespan and reduce biological age may pave the way for extended and improved quality of life in older adults.  The longevity and healthspan industry is booming, with some individuals spending over two million a year to reverse their biological age. A recent pilot project measuring biological age has shown that it is possible to get similar results using a nutrient and lifestyle protocol compared to extreme and costly interventions. Overall, those who participated in the pilot showed a reduction in biological age, a slowed pace of ageing (Dunedin Pace), and improved mental health and resilience.

This webinar will explain the epigenetic test utilised and available here in Australia (TruAge), the 3-month protocol with key supplements, and the results from the cohort. Furthermore, during the study, specific events such as recent infections were shown to disrupt epigenetics, causing individuals to have accelerated ageing despite following the protocol. These cases will be shared to help practitioners avoid testing during periods of transient negative changes in epigenetics.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the gap between healthspan and lifespan in Australia and worldwide.
  • Understand the impact of certain nutrient and lifestyle interventions on epigenetics and ageing tests.
  • Understand how long it can take to expect epigenetic changes and what factors may disrupt results and compromise health outcomes.
  • Gain a competitive edge in the longevity space.

Date:  14th March, QLD: 12pm – NSW/ACT/VIC/TAS: 1pm – SA: 12:30pm, NT: 11:30am – WA: 10am
Terms: This course is subject to future edits and alterations. Notes: Downloadable PDF slides are available for this course.
CPE Points: Please click here for more information on CPE points.

Click here to Register (Free) 

FxMed Alight

Mycotoxin Protocols
Presenter: Dr Jill Crista
Short intro:Join Dr Jill Crista, ND, for a clinically helpful discussion on how to individualise treatment for certain mould mycotoxins. In this webinar, we’ll cover select mycotoxins, their mechanisms for causing illness, and the most common symptoms from a particular mycotoxin. We’ll provide powerful, practical solutions on how to manage mould so that those affected can get back to living a strong and vibrant life!

Key Learning outcomes:

  • Mechanism of illness for select mould mycotoxins
  • Symptoms caused by select mould mycotoxins
  • Protocols to address select mould mycotoxins

Date:  Friday 22nd March at 12-1pm NZDT/ 10-11am AEST

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Integria Gut Barrier logo

Hippocrates has been quoted to say ‘all disease begins in the gut’ over 2000 years ago. Each year science further confirms this concept with the development of new insights into the digestive system; it’s pathophysiology, management, and relationship to systemic dysfunction.  In contemporary times, we are dealing with an ageing population, increased susceptibility to viral insult, mental health issues, and the chronic effects of an environment not conducive to health.  As a first line of defence, the gut barrier is a crucial regulator between the inner physiology and outer environment, via its unique ability to determine permeability. However, under compromised conditions, this permeability becomes vulnerable to dysfunction, impacting far more than just the digestive system. It can lead to systemic disruption and contribute to many chronic conditions such as mental health and metabolic disorders, and autoimmunity.

In this two-part live stream, we will review the recent evidence surrounding gut barrier dysfunction, it’s mechanism of action and systemic implications while also reviewing appropriate and evidence based wholistic treatments.

Duration: 180 min.  Live Stream Times:  QLD: 12:30pm - 4pm ACT, NSW, TAS, VIC: 1:30pm - 5:00pm SA: 1:00pm - 4:30pm NT: 12:00pm - 3:30pm WA: 10:30am - 2:00pm NZ: 3:30pm - 7:00pm 

Materials available include: Video recordings Audio recordings Resources and presentation notes Certificate of Attendance

Cost (Incl GST) Practitioner: A$49.00 . Student: A$29.00.  Select "Access Event" for session information.  Click here to Register


Bioconcepts Mastering Pahtology

The field of pathology is a treasure trove of clinical connections, holding the keys to understanding the driving factors behind disease states and the manifestations of signs and symptoms. However, a crucial question lingers: Are we fully leveraging the potential of the conventional blood tests that patients often already undergo? Embark with us on a transformative summit in Brisbane, as we proudly welcome you to our first educational conference in a decade, "Mastering Pathology: Connecting Patterns with Presentation". Our eminent lineup of internationally recognised speakers includes keynote presenter Dr Olivia Lesslar who will explore the concept of psychoneuroimmunology as a return to the ancient wisdom that understood the interconnectedness of body systems and the foundational tenets of health in disease prevention.

Also among the cast of distinguished speakers is leading Australian allergist Professor Pete Smith; internationally acclaimed naturopathic doctor Lara Briden; thyroid expert naturopath Tara Nelson; international nephrologist Dr Patana Teng-umnuay; cancer expert naturopath Dr Janet Schloss; diabetes focussed GP Dr Gary Deed; nutritional biochemist Dr Rhona Creegan; well respected integrative GP Dr Charlotte Middleton; naturopath and breathwork expert Mim Beim and well known naturopath and food as medicine advocate Janella Purcell.

Join this esteemed group for two days of insightful discussions, interactive sessions, and knowledge exchange, as we collectively strive to unlock the full potential of conventional pathology. Together, we will unravel the intricacies of disease patterns, decode clinical connections, and bridge the gap between test results and effective patient care.

Learning Insights:

  • Unearth the intricacies of traditional pathology, unravelling the mysteries within crucial body systems. Dive into the world of cancer support, women's health, and immunity, the nuances of gut health, with a focus on the dynamic landscape of inflammatory bowel disease, diabetes, and the complexity of thyroid markers.
  • Discover the art of matching clinical signs and symptoms with blood markers, unlocking the hidden secrets behind patients' health challenges. Learn to seamlessly fuse conventional pathology testing with other cutting-edge investigations, navigating the possible connection to pinpoint the elusive root causes of patient presentations.
  • Apply your newfound knowledge to live clinical cases, exploring treatment options that could change the course of patients' lives. 
  • Return to the fundamental principles of healing, where food is medicine and breathwork is an important clinical tool and patient prescription. Engage in fun, interactive practical demonstrations that you can immediately apply to clinical practice.
  • This isn't just a learning experience; it's an expedition into the intricacies of pathology, where the mundane transforms into the extraordinary.

Dates: Friday 25th & Saturday 26th October.  CPE: 11 points
Venue: The Westin, 111 Mary Street, Brisbane
Tickets: Super Early Bird tickets from 1 March.  Click here for more information or to register 




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