Clinical Skills III:

Case Analysis in the Vitalist Tradition

Overview

In this third course in our Advanced Clinical Skills sequence, we describe processes to synthesize the material gathered during the interview, to assess the contributions of nutrient deficiencies to the presenting symptoms, and to use pattern recognition in the presentation and the history to proceed to a treatment plan.

Materials

 

With this course you receive 3 hours of audio files for the lessons, with supplementary notes, readings, and intake forms to assist with case analysis. The course comes with a Study Guide and Continuing Education questions. Students enrolled in our courses are also eligible for a 10% discount on purchases at Mountain Rose Herbs. 

Lessons 

 

Lesson 1  Introduction to case analysis

Lesson 2  The chief complaint

Lesson 3  Sorting the Symptoms

Lesson 4  Patterns and Diet

Lesson 5  Case 1: Nutrient deficiencies

Lesson 6  Case 2: Drug Side effects

Lesson 7  Case 3: Complex Dietary Imbalance

Enrollment for Credit 

 

To enroll in the course, receive a faculty mentor, and to earn the Continuing Education certificate, follow these steps:

  1. Purchase the course materials in our online store. The materials may be purchased for self-study without further enrollment in the course or tuition. 

  2. When you receive materials, print out the application form or scan it to email. Send it in with the $45 tuition, or make the payment at the school store. 

  3. This entitles you to assignment of a faculty mentor for 12 weeks after we notify you that your enrollment is accepted. You may also request and extension. 

  4. Read the instructions for obtaining CE credit in the read-me-first file with the notes.

  5. Look over the CE questions and review them before listening to the audio. 

  6. Complete any assignments or readings and answer the CE questions for each lesson.

  7. You will receive a certificate reflecting 21 hours of CE credit.

Faculty

The recorded lectures were delivered by NAIMH Director Paul Bergner in classroom settings, edited and supplemented with studio portions. If you enroll, you will also be assigned a faculty mentor. All our faculty are fully qualified clinical nutritionists as well as medical herbalists. Click here to see Faculty biographies. 

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About This Course
 
Hours:
    9 CEU

Term:      12 weeks
Materials:     $29
Tuition:    $45 (optional)


This course may be taken stand-alone, or as a  course in the Western Clinical Herbalism Certificate