What will I learn?



What are the learning outcomes?

Upon completion of this activity participants will be able to:

  1. Discuss the prevalence of NAFLD and the basic mechanisms involved in the development and progression of the disease process.
  2. Explain the pathophysiological implications of NAFLD and define the key causal factors of the disease.
  3. Describe the metabolic abnormalities in lipid and lipoprotein metabolism associated with NAFLD and apply them to cardiovascular risk assessment in patients.
  4. Justify and apply appropriate laboratory testing to identify the primary risk factors for NAFLD and associated cardiovascular disease.
  5. Recognize when to consider evaluation of methylation and transsulfuration disruption.
  6. Discuss the three primary aspects of methionine metabolism as it relates to pathophysiology.
  7. Describe safe and efficacious protocols for remediation of abnormal methionine metabolism.
  8. Recall the primary SNPs involved in abnormal methionine metabolism.

Mitochondria and multiple hit hypothesis




What will the workshop provide for me?

Each of the presentations has a set of goals that the assigned specialist lecturer will deliver as part of their overall presentation.

Your course registration fee includes the following:

  1. You will receive 1.5 days of on-site training.
  2. Conference slides and a post conference audio file
  3. Question and Answer sessions with the expert teaching faculty both on-site and after the course
  4. Case study discussions
  5. Extensive Pre-Reading and Webinars to expand your knowledge base.
  6. Health and Nutritious Lunch and Snacks


Who is it designed for?

This workshop is designed for physicians and health care providers who seek to improve their strategies to NAFLD and Methylation in their patient population. Attendees must already be qualified in a core discipline and applicants/attendees must be a graduate of an accredited medical, osteopathic, chiropractic, naturopathic, homeopathic, dietetics, acupuncture, pharmacy, physiotherapy or nutritional therapy programme. If you have any doubts you may contact Bonnie Reynolds discuss your case: bonnie@clinicaleducation.org.


Will I receive CME credits for attending the workshop?

Yes. Please visit the CME page for more information.


What workshop materials can I expect to receive?

You will have copies of all the slides in a PDF format.  Additionally, you will have access to the extensive pre-reading and listening materials to expand your knowledge base.  Pre-work is mandatory for CME purposes



How many other practitioners can I expect to attend?

The intake is limited to approximately 80 practitioners. We hope to fill the places and look forward to all attendees passing their experiences on to their colleagues as we are looking to this workshop to determine the need for an annual project and the introduction of the other advanced seminar programmes.


What level of educational training is it aimed at?

This workshop is designed as a postgraduate programme aimed at MSc level education and above and is ideally suited to attendees with a first degree in a principal medical discipline or allied health care therapy with at least three years of undergraduate training. Aspects of the workshop will naturally be familiar and some areas may be seen as a refresher by some attendees. The focus is not solely on the intake of new information but rather on the cohesive use of the information so that the practitioner and patient are able to share the journey.


What language is it taught in?

This Workshop  is taught in English, and there are no onsite translation facilities available. Please attend only if you are competent at understanding a high level of the English Language.


How do I obtain support after the training?

The faciliatators will offer an opportunity for attendees to discuss their experiences through an organised forum after the workshop where you can discuss your enhanced skills and ensure you feel comfortable as you take on new challenges.