Intensive Live Blood Analysis Training
The applied microscopy training course offers hands-on practical training that provides you with all the skills you will need to practise Live and Dry Blood Analysis. Your tutors Shirah and Brina put a lot of emphasis on sharing with you their vast experience and knowledge of this subject. You will be taught how to conduct a consultation with a client, be given protocols to draw on that complement your own knowledge base, and shown how to write up recommendations and do follow-ups with those clients. Ongoing one-to-one training is also available if required, to help you consolidate and further develop what you learn on this course.
Course Duration: 4 days (9:30am to 5pm)
Dates: 1-4 May & 11-14 September 2018
Location: Chelsea, London
YOU WILL LEARN ABOUT:
The history and background of live blood analysis
The haematological definitions of blood constituents
The underlying causes of illness and how they manifest in the blood picture
How to understand and apply the principles of Prof. Enderlein and pleomorphism
About pH and the role it plays in health
About morphological changes related to nutrition and pathophysiology
Basic nutritional guidelines and protocols for the correction of the conditions found
YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
Take blood samples and use the microscope
Recognise the constituents of live blood as seen under the darkfield microscope - you will study dozens of slides and videos of blood pictures, including your and your fellow students' blood pictures
Analyse a dry blood sample as seen under the brightfield microscope
Do an evaluation of live and dry blood samples and use them in a clinical setting
Gather information from your clients and use it in conjunction with the analyses
- Full training manual
- Information & advice on suitable microscopy systems
- Student malpractice & indemnity insurance (for UK residents)
- A voucher for a FREE Skype 1-to-1 mentoring session
- The opportunity to practice skills learnt on volunteer patients & each other
- Access to a Private Facebook Group for current & past students, to share advice and ask questions
- Certificate of completion ( on submission and acceptance of required case studies
On completion of the classroom section of the course you will be required to complete and submit 3 case studies of volunteer clients in your own time. These must show your understanding of the various stages of an LBA consultation and that you are able to use the information gained to advise clients. Once the course tutors are satisfied, you will be sent a certificate of completion for the Live Blood Analysis Course which will allow you to upgrade your insurance and to practise.
Several microscopes are available on the course for practising on. You will be introduced to their functionality and use, and there will be plenty of time for you to become familiar with them (phase contrast is not part of the training but can be discussed). Advice will also be offered about buying your own microscope to complete the required case studies in your own time.
It is important to realise that learning to use a microscope and recognising the blood conditions takes time. In order to become proficient you will need to put in lots of practise with family and friends before you attempt to start seeing clients.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- This course is open to anyone who has studied medicine, nutrition or naturopathy to a professional level (other natural health qualifications may be accepted if there is also a background in nutrition). You will be requested to submit copies of your qualifications upon registration.
- Experience or training in clinical practice is a requirement as it is necessary to be able to make client assessments. This technique is an add-on enhancement to your practice and it is not possible to use it sensibly without the required background.
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