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INTEGRATIVE IMMUNITY TRAINING PROGRAM (ITP) CME COURSE

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6600 France Avenue South, Suite 600

Edina, MN 55435

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24 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™

24 Nursing Contact Hours (24 Pharmacologic Hours)

24 Contact Hours Pharmacy Credit *(Knowledge Based)

Identify and describe the interface between the endocrine system, the immune system (innate, humoral, cell-mediated immunity, complement system), and the coagulation system.
Categorize the different environmental toxins and their effects as endocrine disruptors (especially the estrogen epidemic) and correlate with geographical distributions for the obesity epidemic, atopic and autoimmune diseases.
Evaluate connections between pesticides, common household chemicals and what is called a hormone imbalance syndrome: high estrogen, low thyroid function, low male hormones and their impact on well-being
Discuss this hormone imbalance syndrome and its impact on obesity, comorbidities and allergies
Illustrate why the south and Midwestern parts of the United States have more obesity, more morbidity and mortality than other regions by evaluating pesticide maps, obesity maps, and morbidity and mortality maps for these regions
Clarify connections between pesticides and growing allergy epidemic
Evaluate relationships between the endocrine and immune systems
Design steps to effectively treat obesity and allergy problems based on information presented
Present case studies to illustrate this integrative immunity approach to a 21st century patient
Epigenetics: Demonstrate how environmental toxins cause genotoxicity and cancer through DNA methylation, micro-RNA changes and histone modifications
Discuss and clarify how endogenous estrogens and estrogenic chemicals and mycoestrogens through their metabolites cause cancer.
Show the evidence based research from journal articles, HCUP (Healthcare Utilization Project) database, USGS (United States Geological Survey) database and maps, and the BRFSS obesity maps that support the information shared in this training program.
Use four books that synthesize the research on the connection among pesticides, obesity and allergy epidemics, as resources for this training program
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