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At Optibac we recognise the important work that Health Professionals do. We have teams dedicated to providing Health Care Professionals (HCP) and Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) practitioners with the tools needed to recommend and educate on live cultures and Optibac products.
Our dedicated HCP team are Seher Azazi (NT Dip CNM) and Diana Koklonis (BNutDiet (Hons), MSc).
This professional team organise educational trainings covering up-to-date research on an array of areas related to probiotics and the importance of strain specificity in a variety of conditions, which has been acknowledged by WHO and IPA.
You can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our HCP team also offers great quality and CPD accredited learning modules created and delivered by experts in nutrition and health, for HCPs wanting to further extend their knowledge on probiotics.
Health Care Professionals can view the recording of an Optibac sponsored CPD webinar here: Probiotics & Gut Disorders: What is the Evidence?
Sarah Oboh (BSc (Hons) Nutrition, ANutr) leads our dedicated CAM practitioner support team.
Regular online product training sessions are provided for CAM practitioners. These 1-hour online sessions provide an overview of our product range and the most appropriate live cultures protocols to use in clinical practice.
To book a place, contact: email@example.com
We also run sessions for Ireland CAM practitioners. Please email us to reserve a slot: firstname.lastname@example.org
CAM practitioners may like to access the recordings of our latest CPD accredited webinars in association with IHCAN magazine.
Sarah Oboh hosted a CPD accredited webinar in association with IHCAN magazine on Tuesday, 17th October.
1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health issue and the prevalence is rising. One of the key mechanisms implicated in mental health disorders is the gut-brain axis which connects our mental health, wellbeing, and behaviour to our microbial profile – and research suggests the gut microbiome may play a part in the development and progression of neuropsychiatric disorders. During this webinar, Sarah will explore the complex relationship between the gut microbiome and neuropsychiatric disorders, and will discuss how practitioners might support these conditions in practice.
You can access the recording of this webinar here: The gut-brain axis in neuropsychiatric disorders
We always welcome UK-based professionals to open a direct account with us to receive trade discounts off our products. Please fill in the practitioner registration form and email this to us, along with your proof of qualification. The Optibac range is also available at The Natural Dispensary and for practitioners based in Ireland, at Pure & Natural.
For the latest in live cultures research and education, please take a look at our Probiotics Professionals site.