We are proud to welcome you to The Learning Collective as our latest education initiative. With an ongoing commitment to our practitioner community, you can now engage in the latest research and education with this series of complimentary 30-minute lunchtime webinars.
The Learning Collective sessions are available to join live during your lunch break or view later as on-demand recordings on our website.
Each Learning Collective webinar focuses on a key ingredient, relevant to your clinical practice, highlighting the relevant research and applications. The Learning Collective sessions support you to broaden your understanding and gain clinical insights to implement in your practice.
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Insulin and blood glucose management challenges are now increasingly common in patients. Blood lipids and liver health are also highly relevant factors for many patients, including those with NAFLD.
Practitioners can benefit from the latest clinical experience and research into Berberine to have more diagnosing and prescribing resources.
Join Dr Oscar Coetzee as he draws on his own clinical expertise and shares detailed insights into treatment options using Berberine.
12:00 pm – 12:20 pm – Intro and presentation from Dr Coetzee
12:20 pm – 12.40 pm – Live Q&A discussion moderated by Amy Chapman
Join in for a lively session with an expert presentation and engaging Q&A
You can ask your questions live or in advance.
Motivated by his desire to reverse the chronic illness epidemic, Dr Coetzee continues to be a pioneer in the field of nutritional science.
Born and raised in South Africa, where he completed his military schooling and earned bachelor’s degrees in criminology and psychology, Dr Coetzee also earned a masters degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport (USA).
He went on to receive a PhD in holistic nutrition from Clayton College of New Hampshire (USA), and a Doctorate of Clinical Nutrition (DCN). Dr Coetzee finished his second doctorate from Maryland University of Integrative Health, with a specialisation in nutrigenomics.
His key areas of interest are chronic inflammatory diseases, metabolic syndrome, intestinal permeability, type 2 diabetes and sports performance.
Amy Chapman is the QLD Practitioner Health Educator at Designs for Health Australia.