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Nutriscript Hosted DFH Event "Mental Wellness Reimagined"

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  • General Admission: $99.00 each ($95.70 + $3.30 fees)
  • Student: $79.00 each ($75.70 + $3.30 fees)
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  • Sat 17 Feb 2024, 11:00am–4:30pm


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This practitioner-only educational event is co-hosted by Nutriscript and Designs for Health.

Join Nutriscript and Designs for Health Australia as we welcome Dr Oscar Coetzee for a day of learning and networking. Dr Coetzee will review chronic conditions that can mimic mental health symptoms, review key micronutrients & pathways, interpretation of functional test markers, dietary protocols and much more…
• Review clinical tools you can put into action
• Redefine your clinical approach to mental wellness
• Earn 2 CPE points for your masterclass participation
• Engage with Dr Coetzee in a Live Q&A session
• Collaborate with an engaged practitioner community
• Learn new tools and protocols to use in your practice

11.00am Registration (tea & coffee)
11.30am Dr Coetzee Presents
1.00pm Lunch prepared by Head Chef
2.00pm Dr Coetzee-Led Presentation & Discussion
3.30pm Wrap Up Drinks

Meet Dr. Oscar Coetzee
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.

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