Phytotherapy for the Fatigued Patient
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Phytotherapy for the Fatigued Patient

Continuing Professional Development Seminar Series 
Phytotherapy for the Fatigued Patient
Saturday, 29 March 2014, 10.00 am to 4.00 pm at 
The Linnean Society of London, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BF

9.30 am Registration & Coffee 
Chair: Iman Amanpour, President 
10.00 am Dr Chris Etheridge: CFS/FMS: Definitions, epidemiology, pathophysiology and implications for Phytotherapy. 
10.45 am Professor Michael Hylands: A network theory for the cause of and recovery from Fatigue. 


12.00 am Simon Mills: Phytotherapeutic options: Traditional 'tonics' etc. 

1.00 pm LUNCH

2.00 pm Dr Ann Walker: Poor nutrition: A predisposition for fatigue. 
 2.30 pm Elena Renier: What can medicinal mushrooms offer? 
 3.10 pm Anna Newton: Case history: CFS. 
 3.35 pm Andrew Chevallier: Case history: Cancer fatigue. 
 4.00 pm TEA and FINISH 
Fees (lunch included): EHTPA Members: £65.00; Non-EHTPA Members: £80.00; 
Students: £45.00. New Practitioners [1st
 year only. Year qualified: ……….]: £55.00.  
Attendance at this event will attract 4 CPP/CPD credits. 
CPP Members: On the day, please obtain an authorised signature to the reverse of your ticket 
Please send cheque, made payable to College of Practitioners of Phytotherapy, to: 
Pam Bull, CPP, Oak Glade, 9 Hythe Close, Polegate, East Sussex, BN26 6LQ. 
Tel: 01323 484353. 10 am – 5 pm. Email:
[Card facilities are available]

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