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Treating Complex Cases: Practitioner Meet Up: The Health Lodge Byron Bay

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Join Reine DuBois and The Health Lodge for the inaugural Byron Bay AIMA meetup

Treating complex patients takes a team. In this meetup we will be discussing the practical aspects of creating a team and working together to better help our patients.

This event welcomes practitioners of all modalities to join Australia's leading integrative naturopaths on a discussion about working collaboratively as a team to treat patients with complex conditions.  Your investment includes dinner and drinks on the evening.  A great opportunity to meet other passionate health practitioners in the community.

This event aims to create a cohesive, collaborative network of practitioners within the local area and surrounds as well as to arm attendees with tools necessary for referrals and patient care.

When?

Monday 19th February 6:30pm - 9:30pm

Where?

The Health Lodge
78 Bangalow Road
Byron Bay, NSW 2481 


Speakers:

Reine DuBois

To her patients Reine is a medical detective with a passion for finding the underlying causes of disease to create changes in health and wellness. To the medical community she is a pioneer of Integrated Medicine with more than 17 years experience in the field and a history of lecturing in this powerful model of modern day medicine.
She specialises in uncovering complex health conditions and coordinating treatment plans for chronic health concerns. Reine is the Clinical Director of The Health Lodge.

Elysia Humphries

Elysia has a passion for health care and education. She has 17 years clinical experience working as a Naturopath in Brisbane. She created the Vibe Natural Health clinic with a view to providing clients with results based natural health care, within a friendly and personalised environment. Elysia has very practical skills to share with regards to referrals and working with speicalists

Rachel Arthur

Rachel works in private practice, seeing patients who are referred to her for complex presentations in a range of specialty areas. Rachel is most well known for her presenting skills, in particular her ability to translate complex nutritional science into easily accessible concepts using colourful analogies, case studies & tangible clinical illustrations. Essentially she has a gift for bringing knowledge to life.

Dr Justine Hoey

Justine is senior psychiatrist and Clinical Director of the Sub acute Mental Health Unit in Byron Bay- Justine was attracted by the Recovery Model and the focus of the input from a multi- disciplinary team. She also works in private practice consulting for a multidisciplinary based rehabilitation facility and with the team at The Health Lodge. Justine loves working collaboratively working to treat the whole patient.

Dr Camilla White

Camilla is passionate about women's and children's health, nutrition and preventative medicine. She has a particular interest in providing medical, nutritional and emotional support to women, especially mothers, from preconception and pregnancy through to the postnatal period and parenthood.
After almost 10 years working in the public hospital system, mostly in Emergency Medicine, Camilla has decided to focus her experience on treating the underlying cause of disease, not just the symptoms. She is particularly interested in preventing chronic disease and creating long-lasting positive health changes with a holistic approach to mind body medicine.


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Location: 
The Health Lodge 78 Bangalow Road Byron Bay, NSW 2481
Event Date: 
Monday, February 19, 2018 -
18:30 to 21:30
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