Saturday, April 24th at 11am EDT
Do you know what you need to know about rules and regulations for running a clinical herbal practice? Have you thought about insurance, what you’re allowed to say, and the municipal, provincial, and federal requirements?
Join us on Saturday, April 24th at 11am EDT to learn from Richard DeSylva the legal considerations of being a clinical herbalist.
This event is open to clinical herbalists (students and practitioners). While the content will be most relevant for Ontario practitioners, the information will still be of use to clinical herbalists across Canada. There will also be a Q&A portion of this important, extremely informative class. You won’t want to miss this rare opportunity to learn from and have your questions answered by the Ontario Herbalists Association’s Political Liaison.
A recording of this event will be available for viewing afterwards for those who purchase tickets. Attendance at this event counts towards CPD credits.
Tickets are $12 for OHA Members or $22 for non-OHA herbal students or practitioners.
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Richard DeSylva (RH, DNM) has been in professional practice as a clinical herbalist for over 40 years and started The Herb Works in 1977 which provided premium quality herbs and herbal formulae to clientele, natural food stores, and distributors around the world. He is also a founding member of both the Ontario Herbalists Association (OHA) and the Canadian Council of Herbal Associations (CCHA). With multiple years of experience organizing national & international lobby efforts and navigating legal challenges to counter the spread of CODEX type regulations, as well as having been the provincial correspondent for the Health Legislation Review in the late 1980’s, Richard has a wealth of knowledge about the legal considerations for herbalists from decades of firsthand experience.