EMFMC2021 OFFERS HEALTH PRACTITIONERS TWO ONLINE CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION COURSES (CME/CE) OF THE EMF MEDICAL CONFERENCE
Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment of EMF Associated Illness
Online Course Fees
Course 1 $410
Course 2 $80
Approved for 24.5 Continuing Medical Education/CE credits for licensed health practitioners (MDs, DOs, PAs and Nurses)
Continuing Medical Education/CE
CME/CE credit provided by AKH Inc., Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare. This activity is jointly provided by AKH Inc., Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare and The Electromagnetic Safety Alliance, Inc.
Course One: Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment of EMF Associated Illness (20.5 CME/CE)
Course Two: Electrosmog and Electrotherapeutics 101 (4 CME/CE)
The courses feature leading experts – physicians, clinicians and scientists – making a series of evidence-based presentations on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of EMF associated illness. Also featured are EMF assessment professionals, presenting proven methods to prevent or limit EMF exposure hazards.
These two courses include the presentations and panel discussions (53 videos) presented at the EMF Medical Conference 2021, held from January 28-31, 2021 and the Pre-Conference Course, “Electrosmog and Electrotherapeutics 101”, held in October 2020. Our primary goal in offering these courses is to equip health care practitioners with tools so they can immediately begin evaluating and treating patients with EMF associated illness. The learners will receive a certificate of completion in recognition of having earned CME/CE credits from AKH by correctly answering 70% or more of the quiz questions asked at the end of each presentation or session.
Why should health practitioners attend?
It is critically important that physicians understand how EMF interacts with biology and to become familiar with adverse health symptoms reported that may be caused by exposure to pulsed modulated electromagnetic radiation. Sharon Goldberg MD, Curriculum Advisor to the EMF Medical Conference 2021, confirms that this conference covers the essential peer reviewed medical and scientific information on EMF that is not covered in medical school.
1. Learn the evidence
2. Grow your practice – become a local expert
3. Learn when to suspect and how to diagnose EMF associated illness
4. Learn to treat EMF associated Illness
5. Recognize and avoid the clinical pitfalls
These two online courses provide answers to common questions people ask about electromagnetic fields:
• What is the EMF electromagnetic spectrum?
• How do natural and artificial electromagnetic fields interact with living organisms?
• What are the known biological and health effects from EMF exposure?
• What is an electromagnetic illness, also known as electrical sensitivity or microwave/radiofrequency sickness?
• How is it that EMF exposure is associated with both harmful and healing effects?
• What are the most effective treatment modalities and practices?
• What can people do to protect themselves and their loved ones from EMF hazards?
• Are national and international EMF exposure guidelines protective of humankind and nature?
“EMF exposure is growing at a rapid pace and the list of symptoms are vast. Physicians must have a general understanding of how to evaluate and manage an EMF patient’s case. It is paramount that physicians receive the education and recommended treatment guidelines on how to best care for these complex patients.”
Elizabeth Seymour MD, Director of Environmental Health Center – Dallas, Texas
“In everyday medical practice, we are increasingly confronted by patients who suffer adverse health effects directly or indirectly due to their mobile phone use. There are many potential health risks caused by cell phone use and exposure to antennas. Our challenge is to help our patients by advising them on how to minimize or prevent addictive behavior; how to avoid injuries caused by distraction, i.e., broken bones, and how to prevent eye diseases, and other health problems, known to be associated with exposure to radiofrequency radiation.”
Piero Lercher MD, Lecturer and Dean of the Post Graduate Public Health Program, Medical University, Vienna, Austria and, co-author of “The EUROPAEM Guidelines for the Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment of EMF-Related Health Problems and Illness” (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27454111/)
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