NUHS-Florida DC students participate in collaborative drills and educational opportunities with students from EMS, PA, nursing, dental hygiene and other health science programs, thanks to a unique campus partnership.
Our campus will host the ILANP's 3rd annual conference the weekend of October 3-4. This year's theme “Treating Every Individual” focuses on naturopathic medicine for special populations.
In 2005, National University welcomed the first class into its bachelor of biomedical science degree completion program. This year it is celebrating the program’s 10-year anniversary.
National University student Matt Budavich was selected to present a research poster at the American Association of Anatomists 2015 Regional Meeting on October 3.
October 5 – 11 is Naturopathic Medicine Week, thanks to a resolution passed three years ago by the United States Senate. The Naturopathic Medical Students Association has planned a roster of great activities and speakers at NUHS.
NUHS AOM students, faculty and alumni raised the most money and had the most walkers at the recent ILAAOM event, "Illinois Walks for Acupuncture."
NUHS has joined The Patriot Project to extend more free care to veterans and their families. Helping vets find natural and effective health treatment contributes greatly in reducing the overuse of painkillers.
Watch this video to see how acupuncture and oriental medicine students at National University learn to combine both eastern and western diagnostic tools to deliver better patient care.
NUHS massage therapy students not only learn how to take care of future clients, they also learn how to take care of themselves through Qi Gong.
National University graduate Dr. Anthony V. D’Antoni (DC ’03) authored the ankle and foot chapter of the new 41st edition of Gray’s Anatomy British reference version, and lauds his rigorous anatomy education at NUHS.
National University grad, Carri Drzyzga, DC, ND, recently launched a new book titled, “Reclaim Your Energy and Feel Normal Again” on fixing the root cause of fatigue with natural treatments.
It’s not too late to register for National University’s Homecoming 2015 held Thursday, June 25th through Saturday, June 27th. Earn up to 20 hours of CE credit while reconnecting with old friends.
Dr. Lorinda Sorensen's photo of an Althaea officinalis from the NUHS herb garden won a recent photo contest sponsored by the American Botanical Council. The photo was featured in their Herbalgram magazine.
Faculty member Dr. Lorinda Sorensen is a founding director and board member of EndoANP, an endocrinology group recently approved as an affiliate of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians.
Dr. Dana Madigan, research resident at National University, recently attended both World Health Organization and International Congress on Occupational Health meetings in South Korea.