An online continuing education course for nurses, medical health professionals and others interested in understanding Hashimoto's Thyroiditis disease, causes, symptoms, lab tests and treatment options from both a holistic and Western medicine approach.
The goal of this continuing education program is to educate all levels of providers and those interested on the autoimmune disease known as Hashimotos thyroiditis. This course will discuss how Hashimoto's is diagnosed. An overview of lab tests and how they are used to diagnose and treat Hashimoto's will be covered. A comprehensive holistic approach to diagnosis, treatment, and natural modalities will be covered, including nutrition, exercise and stress reduction in the treatment of this disease. Pharmacological interventions will also be discussed.
Note: The student should have a thorough understanding of thyroid anatomy and physiology before taking this course. The course Thyroid Gland Overview covers the necessary anatomy and physiology needed and is highly recommended before taking this course.
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Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to:
Chapter 1: Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis
Brooke Lounsbury, RN, has over 26 years of experience as a nurse. Her primary field was in Home Health and Hospice until leaving mainstream nursing in 2008 to teach holistic health classes devoted to helping people empower themselves through education, public speaking engagements, classes, and coaching -online and in person. Topics include digestive health, fermentation, sleep hygiene, and the effects of our technology (computers, wifi, cellphones, etc) on our health and traveled to Austria to receive further training and is an EMF consultant and home assessment mitigation expert.
Her latest project is her "Intro to Writing CE", a course to empower nurses on how to write a continuing education course!
She is available for writing course consultations, and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.