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Event Title: ACAAM MODULE 3 | March 2020 SYDNEY
Event Date / Time:
Start

3rd Mar, 2020 8:30AM

End

4th Mar, 2020 5:30PM

Cost:
  • $1595 Non-Member 2-Day Module Registration
  • $1320 A5M Member 2-Day Module Registration
Event Description:



Metabolic Disorders and the Ageing Process

Two full days of face-to-face learning in an intimate class setting with plenty of time for discussion and questions. Arrive 8am, class starts 8.30am and finishes 5.30pm both days.

This module examines the four major metabolic disorders contributing to accelerated ageing. Learn how to enhance the quality of your patients' lives and wellbeing, manage chronic diseases and add years to their lifespan. Begin your training by registering for the next Core Module or Elective Workshop today, get certified with the ACAAM course



This interactive course is presented over 2 days, Tuesday 3rd and Wednesday 4th March, studied in person at the Pullman Hyde Park in Sydney. You will receive a workbook with course notes, catered lunches, morning & afternoon refreshments each day. Digital copies of the slides are available to download via our A5M Educational Portal



​WHO CAN ATTEND?

​​​​​​Open to all medical and allied healthcare practitioners, this course will assist you in determining which clients are at risk for the metabolic syndrome, how metabolic syndrome presents in your patients, preventive diagnostic considerations, and management and treatment options.

WORKSHOP HIGHLIGHTS 

Increase 
your understanding of a preventative, integrative and anti-ageing medicine approach in the diagnosis and treatment of metabolic disorders.

Focus on the integration of the pillars of anti-ageing medicine including: exercise and lifestyle, diet and nutrition, hormones, genetics, supplementation and medication where indicated

Examine the group of metabolic conditions associated with metabolic syndrome

Review the processes of insulin resistance, define specific treatment protocols, and examine the pathways leading to obesity

Discuss the latest weight loss treatment protocols

Analyse the risk factors for heart disease and how common cardiovascular disorders accelerate the ageing process

Discuss case studies and treatment protocols

Interpret the latest diagnostic tests

LEARNING OUTCOMES 

Discuss and understand processes of insulin resistance and define specific treatment protocols

Understand pathways leading to obesity and discuss the latest weight loss treatment protocols

Review risk factors for heart disease, and how common cardiovascular disorders accelerate the ageing process

Learn how diabetes affects individuals and discuss management and treatment protocols

Review laboratory tests to evaluate insulin resistance, diabetes, and risk factors for heart disease 

"Metabolic Disorders and the Ageing Process" is Module 3 of The A5M Certification Program in Anti-Ageing Medicine (ACAAM). Modules can be completed in any order and can be taken as stand-alone workshops or as part of the complete program.​ Please note, to enrol and study the full ACAAM course you will need to become an A5M Member first. Any queries please email Stephanie Anton on admin@a5m.net



To book your spot please click the "Register Now" button at the top left of this page. 

Venue:
Pullman Hyde Park
36 College St
Sydney
New South Wales
2010 Australia
Accommodations: Pullman Hyde Park is delighted to offer A5M delegates a special accommodation rate. Superior East Village & Parkview Rooms at $295 per night (room only) from Tuesday 3rd March to Saturday 7th March 2020. At the time of booking you can elect to add a full buffet breakfast for an extra $20 per person per day. (PLEASE NOTE THIS IS SUBJECT TO ROOM AVAILABILITY)

To redeem this room rate please book with the hotel directly by calling (02) 9361 8400 or email H8763-RE1@accor.com.
***PLEASE QUOTE BOOKING CODE: A5M030320
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