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Sally will be lecturing at Conference 2016 at Loughborough University, Loughborough, Leicestershire, UK on Friday, June 17 and Saturday, June 18, 2016. Information about the conference can be found at the conference website: http://www.b12deficiency.info/conference-2016/
The movie “Sally Pacholok” will also be shown Wednesday, June 15, 2016 at 7:00 pm at the Loughborough Odeon Cinema. Tickets can be purchased at: http://www.b12deficiency.info
will be screened one night only on
Wednesday, December 2, 2015
7:30 PM—9:00 PM
Partridge Creek MJR Movie Theater
(Hall Road/Garfield-Romeo Plank)
Each ticket $12.00
You have to purchase your tickets on Tugg.com
Tickets are NOT sold at the door.
Deadline to buy tickets: November 24, 2015
To reserve/purchase tickets:
Go to Facebook, “Sally Pacholok the movie,” or plug this link into your computer:
It takes you to the area to purchase tickets.
Go to cities & select: Clinton Township, MI December 2.
Sally will be giving a 120 minute lecture at Loughborough University, Loughborough, Leicestershire, UK on Saturday, May 16, 2015. The following is from the conference website http://www.b12deficiency.info/conference:
About the conference
This conference is for healthcare professionals and educators from all disciplines. It has been arranged by Tracey Witty of www.b12deficiency.info to promote greater awareness and understanding of B12 and Thyroid disease.
The conference also seeks to highlight the associations between these two commonly encountered health conditions and explain how nutrigenomics (an exciting new field of study emerging from the research into genetics, methylation and nutrition) may be employed to treat patients according to individual need.
The four speakers are highly knowledgeable, experienced and engaging. They will discuss the multi-systemic and polyglandular nature of the conditions, diagnosis & misdiagnosis, personalised treatment options and appropriate data sources.
The conference offers guaranteed clinical relevance and interest for professionals from a wide variety of healthcare settings.
Time/cost saving treatment approaches will also be discussed.
Q&A time with the speakers is scheduled.
The conference is competitively priced to include lunch, free on-site parking and a post conference webinar. ‘Early bird’ booking is advisable.
- Sally Pacholok RN BSN – The effect of B12 deficiency on all body systems. Symptoms, causes, those at risk and common misdiagnoses.
- Lorraine Cleaver Expert Patient – Diagnosis and treatment of thyroid disease from a patient’s perspective.
- Umahro Cadogan Adjunct Professor of Nutrition – Genetic polymorphisms and the role of B12 and folate in methylation.
- Dr. Malcolm Kendrick MbChB, MRCGP GP – Doctoring data – how data are manipulated to present information in wildly inaccurate ways.
In 2014, film producer Elissa Leonard wrote and directed the movie Sally Pacholok, which is based on Pacholok’s life-long battle to raise awareness about B12 deficiency and the consequences of its misdiagnosis. The drama is fast-paced and cleverly written. The audience is entertained, yet learns what happens when B12 deficiency strikes. Pacholok is an attractive whistle-blower who goes up against a wealthy heath care system and saves lives behind closed doors. The movie explains what forced her to write “Could It Be B12?” Passionate, romantic, and suspenseful, this film shows the power of one woman who changes the standard of care–but nothing is as easy as it looks. Pacholok may be the Florence Nightingale of the 21st century.
The movie is scheduled to premier at 7:20pm on February 28, 2015, at the DC Independent Film Festival in Washington, DC at the Naval Heritage Center’s Burke Theater (701 Pennsylvania Avenue NW). This showing has sold out as of February 11. A second showing has been added on March 1, 2015 at 11:00am.
Here is the link to the movie trailer: http://vimeo.com/user8814977/
A feisty nurse takes on the medical establishment
When nurse Sally Pacholok learns that her recent bouts of dizziness and fatigue are the result of a B-12 deficiency, she tries unsuccessfully to educate doctors at her hospital about this debilitating, often fatal condition, which mimics multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, dementia, and a host of better-known diseases. As she watches misdiagnosed patients wasting away and dying, she decides to write a book.
Based on a true story.
|Studio||PCAFilm, EL Productions|
|Starring||Annet Mahendru, Andrew Ballard, Maboud Ebrahimzadeh, Richard Pilcher, Michael Gabel, Mark Ziv, Bethany Hoffman|
|Directed By||Elissa Leonard|
|Written By||Elissa Leonard and Patrick Prentice|
|Produced By||Elissa Leonard|
Sally has been invited to speak at the Illinois Society for Advanced Practice Nursing 2013 Midwest Conference. The conference is being held at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Riverfront Conference Center in East Peoria, IL and runs from September 19-21. Sally will be speaking from 1:30-2:30pm on September 19.
For more information about the conference, go to: http://www.isapn.org/events/event_details.asp?id=292010
Sally has been invited to be the keynote speaker at the National Association of Nutrition Professionals 2012 National Conference: Holistic Nutrition through the Ages: Delivering Health and Vitality at Every Stage of Life, at the Westin San Francisco Airport (Millbrae, CA). She will be speaking Saturday, May 5, 2012 at 9:00 am.
For more information about the conference, go to: http://www.nanp.org/conference-2012
Sally was invited to speak at the Weston A. Price Foundation’s 12th annual International Wise Traditions Conference on November 13 in Dallas, TX. She gave a 70 minute lecture on Vitamin B12 deficiency and was well received. The conference was attended by health care professionals, sustainable farmers, and health conscious consumers from around the world.
Weston A. Price Foundation website: http://www.westonaprice.org/
Great Food, Great Music and Invaluable Health Information
Come join us for an informal reception at Gallery Services for
Sally M. Pacholok, R.N. and Jeffrey J. Stuart, D.O.
Authors of “Could It Be B12?: An Epidemic of Misdiagnoses”
Anyone of any age may be at risk for vitamin B12 deficiency
Ms. Pacholok and Dr. Stuart will be available to answer
your questions and help you learn the signs and risk factors
and why vitamin B12 is so important to your overall health
O’Carrs will provide food and soft beverages
and Cleve Eaton and his band will be playing Jazz
A brief presentation will be offered at 7:00
followed by a drawing for a beautiful piece of framed art
September 25th, 2009
6:00 to 9:00 pm
2901 3rd Avenue South
There is no cost for the event.
To sign up send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Little Professor will also offer a book signing
Saturday September 26th, 11:00 to 1:00 pm