EHS has gained international recognition welcoming attendees from more than 7 countries. Practitioners who attend EHS are primarily physicians (MDs, NDs, DOs, CCNs) interested in Environmental Medicine, Functional Medicine, complementary and alternative medicine, as well as integrative practitioners wanting additional education in the Environmental Medicine arena.
Other healthcare practitioners attending the conference include PAs, NPs, DCs, RNs, LAcs, DDS, RDs, nutritionists, and students. We have formed alliances with several teaching facilities offering students a work-study program and a volunteer opportunity.
The 2016 EHS Conference on Mycotoxins, Pesticides, and Genetically Engineered foods in San Diego, CA had a total of 400 attendees for a 4 day conference including the Sunday Public Forum which drew an additional 400 attendees from surrounding communities.
The 2017 EHS Conference on NeuroInflammation in San Diego, CA, drew a total of 300+ attendees, with primary attendance at 40% MDs and 60% NDs.
The 2018 EHS Conference on Reducing Toxic Load in Scottsdale, AZ, had over 350 attendees, and focused on protocols and therapies to reduce the total pollutant load, with primary attendance at 50% MDs and 50% NDs.
EHS 2019 focusing on Endocrine Disruption in Scottsdale, AZ had close to 500 attendees with 50% MDs and 50% NDs traveling from several international countries around the globe.
Why Join Us?
ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE IS A GROWING FIELD
EHS has grown steadily over the last 8 years and has gained recognition across the US and internationally as the leader in Environmental Medicine education. We are anticipating more than 400 highly informed and engaged medical and health professionals in 2019. This includes experts from around the world who make Environmental Medicine recommendations as part of their clinical practice.
Compared with other conferences of this caliber, EHS has an intimate exhibitor area with a limited number of exhibitor spaces. The Exhibit Hall enjoys a high circulation of motivated attendees, providing great exposure and ample opportunities for in-depth conversations with attendees and faculty.
Exhibitor Vetting Policy
EHS strives to have an Exhibit Hall that provides the best experience for both vendors and attendees. We only support the presentation and sales of goods and services that have demonstrated clinical relevance, clinical efficacy and safety.
The organizers of EHS have identified the following which do not meet EHS criteria and therefore EHS does not support their presentation or sales at the conference.
We ask that if you are exhibiting at EHS that the following products be omitted from your display. If these are your primary products, we feel that you would not be a good fit for our conference.
The following are “Detox products” that do not have adequate scientific substantiation or have been shown to have no efficacy for their stated purpose:
Detox foot baths
Chlorella or Cilantro (in any form) for metal removal
Modified citrus pectin for metal removal
Humic or fulvic acids
Oral, liposomal EDTA
Transdermal EDTA, DMSA or DMPS
Unapproved Laboratory testing
Dipstick urine testing for total toxic metal presence
If new clinical data is published in peer-reviewed PubMed indexed journals on any of the above
between the time of this writing and your application for the Exhibitor Hall please provide it to
us along with the product you wish to present.