Natural Vaccine Support Comments
3 Module Online Webinar Short Course
While the vaccination debate continues, we can still support our patients. Heather Zwickey ND has prepared a comprehensive presentation series that gives you clear direction on what to do for people that do vaccinate, for those that don’t vaccinate, and for those who want to vaccinate to a different schedule.
We can support these patients and ensure that they maximise their immune defense, reduce adverse responses and place others at minimal risk.
This webinar does not address the “to vaccinate or not to vaccinate” decision. It focuses on supporting our patients.
Heather has structured her series into three age brackets and will discuss the issues and evidence for each. The ages she will cover in her three presentations are childhood, adolescent, and adult. She will also be showing us how to watch for the early signs of infectious diseases that could be vaccine preventable. And what to do when parents want to vaccinate for some things and not others, and don’t want to use the schedule. This is when you need to know something about each vaccine and each infectious disease in order to support these patients appropriately.
Some parents don’t vaccinate, but when it’s time for the child to go to school they have to. This can be difficult because the ‘catch-up schedules’ were not designed for this situation. All of these scenarios will be discussed.
FROM THIS CLASS YOU WILL LEARN
- Which body systems need supporting during vaccinations
- How to support each age bracket
- What signs and symptoms to be vigilant for in those who choose not to vaccinate
- How to best organise catch-up schedules
- How to reduce adverse reactions
- What you can do to minimise risk to others
YOU WILL RECEIVE
- Clear explanations on how to achieve outstanding clinical results
- A PDF of all presentation slides
- Links to all referenced research papers and useful clinical handouts
- Access to the live presentations where you can ask questions
Each session is 90 minutes: 75 minutes presentation + 15 minutes Q&A
Monday, 12 March, 2018
- BC: Interior
- BC: Kootenays
- BC: Lower Mainland
- BC: Northern BC
- BC: Vancouver Island
- Botanical Medicine
- Canada: Outside BC
- Complementary Medicine
- Family Practice
- Infectious Disease
- United States of America