Veteran hospitals are among the many integrated health care centers that continue to add chiropractors onto their medical teams. Before graduation, NUHS students have the opportunity to work on these teams at seven different Veteran hospitals across the country.
Articles by: Victoria Sweeney
Before graduating, National University students have access to a vast array of rotation opportunities that allow them to explore the many unique specialties within complementary and alternative medicine.
NUHS recently partnered with Pusan National University in South Korea to allow students additional learning opportunities in Korean medicine.
National University recently redesigned the business curriculum in the chiropractic program to ensure students have a more complete set of business skills. Instead of just learning the basics of how to run a business, NUHS students will now learn the nuanced aspects of how to start, manage and grow a practice.
When COVID-19 cases first emerged in Beadle County, South Dakota about a year ago in March 2020, the community knew exactly who to turn to.
World Health Day marks the importance of equal access to health care and how NUHS interns are helping
During World Health Day, it’s important to highlight the ways NUHS students are helping to solve larger health issues. This year’s theme, equal access to health care, is among the priorities at National University.
Jeffrey Ware, MS, DC, DABCI has been appointed assistant dean of chiropractic medicine for National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) in Lombard, Illinois. Most recently he served the university as chair of the clinical sciences department and interim assistant dean of chiropractic medicine.
Alli Totzke, a 10th trimester DC student, recently received one of four $2,500 outstanding essay awards from The National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE). The awards are part of the NBCE’s Annual Student Scholarship Competition.
This year, National University faced a pandemic that required students, faculty and staff to adapt to new learning and work practices like virtual learning, social distancing and telemedicine.
Discover informative resources made by NUHS’ staff, faculty, and students to learn more about complementary and alternative medicine, NUHS programs, and more!