SCIENTIFIC
& CLINICAL
POSTER SESSION

Are you achieving amazing health outcomes in your clinic that you would like to showcase at our next International Congress on Natural Medicine?

The Scientific and Clinical Poster Session is held each year at the International Congress on Natural Medicine, featuring the latest clinical and research work from Natural Medicine Practitioners and Researchers throughout Australia and New Zealand. Posters are displayed at the Congress and authors are able to discuss their work with attendees during the popular session. Practitioners and Researchers are encouraged to submit abstracts showcasing the health outcomes to be achieved by Natural Medicine interventions.

Along with the Scientific Poster Session, please join the Metagenics team and Congress Speakers on Saturday, 8th June 2019 to ‘Unwind After 6’.  This is night of relaxing and mingling after Day 1 of Congress. Enjoy drinks and a light dinner while:
• Engaging with industry exhibitors
• Connecting with Practitioners showcasing their case studies and scientific posters (see Get Involved for more information)
• Meeting our book signers, and;
• Join in the fun of creating your own flavour of nutritional supplement!

 

Book Signing with Congress Speakers include:

• Dr Jeffrey Bland – The Disease Delusion
Books available for purchase at Congress

• Professor Satchin Panda – The Circadian Code
Purchase books at Booktopia

• Nicole Bijlsma – Healthy Home Healthy Family
Purchase books at Building Biology

 

RSVP for this fun-filled event by Friday, 24th May 2019. Reservations can be made by calling our Customer Service team on 1800 777 648 (Aus) or 0508 227 744 (NZ).

SCIENTIFIC
& CLINICAL
POSTER SESSION

SCIENTIFIC
& CLINICAL
POSTER SESSION

Are you achieving amazing health outcomes in your clinic that you would like to showcase at our next International Congress on Natural Medicine?

The Scientific and Clinical Poster Session is held each year at the International Congress on Natural Medicine, featuring the latest clinical and research work from Natural Medicine Practitioners and Researchers throughout Australia and New Zealand. Posters are displayed at the Congress and authors are able to discuss their work with attendees during the popular session. Practitioners and Researchers are encouraged to submit abstracts showcasing the health outcomes to be achieved by Natural Medicine interventions.

Along with the Scientific Poster Session, please join the Metagenics team and Congress Speakers on Saturday, 8th June 2019 to 'Unwind After 6'. This is a night of relaxing and mingling after Day 1 of Congress. Enjoy drinks and a light dinner while:
• Engaging with industry exhibitors
• Connecting with Practitioners showcasing their case studies and scientific posters (see Get Involved for more information)
• Meeting our book signers, and;
• Join in the fun of creating your own flavour of nutritional supplement!

 

Book Signing with Congress Speakers include:

• Dr Jeffrey Bland – The Disease Delusion
Books available for purchase at Congress

• Professor Satchin Panda – The Circadian Code
Purchase books at Booktopia

• Nicole Bijlsma – Healthy Home Healthy Family
Purchase books at Building Biology

 

RSVP for this fun-filled event by Friday, 24th May 2019. Reservations can be made by calling our Customer Service team on 1800 777 648 (Aus) or 0508 227 744 (NZ).

If you’d like the opportunity to showcase the amazing health outcomes that you are achieving in clinic, submit an abstract of 250 words or less, providing a summary of the topic or case, outcomes and conclusions.

Authors whose abstracts are accepted will be contacted and provided with a template for their poster. Posters will be typically include background information on the condition/topic, case history depiction, description of the intervention or prescription, clinical outcomes, conclusions and references.

Please submit your abstracts using the form provided.

GET
INVOLVED

GET
INVOLVED

If you’d like the opportunity to showcase the amazing health outcomes that you are achieving in clinic, submit an abstract of 250 words or less, providing a summary of the topic or case, outcomes and conclusions.

Authors whose abstracts are accepted will be contacted and provided with a template for their poster. Posters will be typically include background information on the condition/topic, case history depiction, description of the intervention or prescription, clinical outcomes, conclusions and references.

Please submit your abstracts using the form provided.