The Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM) presents the next event in its series of public nutritional medicine education lectures – MedEd 4 Everyone.

In this program, Become a Well Woman, our presenters will provide a guide to women’s health, exploring the underlying factors that impact women specifically, from fatigue and hormone balance, to the mental load that women carry and how this impacts on sleep and mental health. The information presented at this event will appeal to women aged in their mid-30’s and beyond.  You will hear practical lifestyle and dietary recommendations and strategies that support long-term health and wellbeing.  Our health professionals will discuss targeted nutritional supplements, and explore the connection between diet, nutrition and health.  After each speaker, there will be time for questions from the audience.

Speakers

Dr Justin Welsh will share his insights from his extensive and current experience in nutritional and environmental medicine practice and present the bigger picture of how diet, lifestyle and the environment impact your hormonal and overall health.

Dr Anjana Aru – a practicing and passionate integrative GP, Dr Aru will address the ‘mental load of women’ and how this insidious stress can impact on energy levels and wellbeing.

Rhiannon Hardingham – educator, Naturopath and Nutritionist will explore the impact your diet has on the long-term health of your kidneys and bones.

Dr Virochana Kaul  – a highly experienced consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist with over 15-years experience, Dr Kaul will explain bio-identical hormones and why interest in them has grown.

The MC for the afternoon will be Dr Kim Hayes. Dr Hayes is an ACNEM board member and has been working in integrative medicine for many years. She has a strong clinical interest in mental health, and the health of adolescents and children.

Program

10 minutes Dr Kim Hayes – Welcome
30 minutes The broad picture – exercise, sunlight and environmental awareness
How diet, lifestyle and plastics influence oestrogen and progesterone
Dr Justin Welsh
5 minutes Q&A
30 minutes Strategies to manage the mental load of women; stress, fatigue and the HPA axis
Dr Anjana Aru
5 minutes Q&A
20 minutes Break – Tea, Coffee and refreshments available
30 minutes How an acidic diet impacts the health of your kidneys and bones
Rhiannon Hardingham
5 minutes Q&A
30 minutes Bio-identical hormones explained
Dr Virochana Kaul
5 minutes Q&A
10 minutes Dr Kim Hayes – Session wrap up

Tickets

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$50 full price

$45 concession

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Venue

AMREP Education Centre Lecture Theatre
The Alfred
89 Commercial Road
Melbourne 3004

Parking at the Venue
Car parking is available at the venue for $10.00. The visitor car park is accessible from Centre Lane, an internal roadway, which runs off Commercial Road and is located between The Alfred Centre and The Burnet tower. Traffic approaching along Commercial Road, from either direction, can turn into Centre Lane.
Some metered street parking is also available in the surrounding streets.

Public Transport information
Tram 72 and Buses 216, 219 and 220 travel along Commercial Road.
Bus 246 travels along Punt Road.
Trams 3, 5, 6, 16, 64 and 67 travel along St Kilda Road.

Prahran (Sandringham line) is the nearest train station and this is approx. 500metres away in Greville Street.

Accessibility

The AMREP Education Centre Lecture Theatre at The Alfred is user friendly for people with a disability and is wheelchair accessible. The venue provides toilet facilities that cater for disability and wheelchair access.

The venue has seating spaces dedicated to patrons using a wheelchair. These spaces need to be pre-booked, so please inform us of your requirements when making a booking.

Walking frames and other walking aides are not to remain in the auditorium during the session. However, they are permitted in the auditorium for use by patrons accessing their seat. Our team will be able to store the walking aide nearby, returning it to the patron at interval and at the conclusion of the event.

Contact Us

If you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact ACNEM via mail@acnem.org or 03 9597 0363