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New Addition to Fall Schedule of One-Hour Webinars (OWLS)

by Oct 17, 2011

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Faculty, alumni, students and staff are invited to participate in any or all of a new series of One-Hour Webinar training sessions focusing on Evidence Based Practice.

Upcoming OWLs

Times listed below are CST. For webinar directions, contact Dr. Barbara Sullivan. To be added to the OWLs email list, contact EBP Faculty. Download the current OWLs schedule (PDF).

Date/Time Topic Location
Wed., Oct. 19
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
What Constitutes “Evidence” for Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Exploring the Natural Standards Evidence Base

  • Understand how research is graded for use in CAM practice
  • Explore why certain topics are synthesized and published by National Standard
  • Learn how to quickly evaluate primary research
  • Learn how to search the National Standard Databases
  • Opportunities to participate in CAM research synthesis and contribute to National Standard

Presenter: Bruce G. Owens, Jr., Director of Member Services, Natural Standards Research Collaboration

SC1
or
Webinar
Thur., Oct. 27
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
How to publish

  • The fine points of communication, peer-review and dissemination
  • Working with an editor

Presenter: Claire Johnson, DC, MSEd

Lombard Clinic Rm 539
or
Webinar
Wed., Nov. 2 Childhood obesity: Epidemiology and nutritional protocols

  • The Healthy Children for a Healthy Life Initiative

Presenters: Brian Anderson, DC, MPH, CCN; Anna Jurik, RD, DC, MS

Lombard Clinic Rm 539
or
Webinar
Wed., Nov. 9 Naturopathic medicine approach to childhood obesity

  • The Healthy Children for a Healthy Life Initiative

Presenter: Kelly Baltazar, DC, ND, MS

Lombard Clinic Rm 539
or
Webinar
Thur., Nov. 10
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
The research and publication process from the trenches

  • The team approach and the orthotics research study

Presenter: Manuel A. Duarte, DC, MS

Lombard Clinic Rm 539
or
Webinar
Wed., Nov. 16 Acupuncture approach to childhood obesity

  • The Healthy Children for a Healthy Life Initiative

Presenter: Frank Yurasek, PhD (China), MA, MSOM

Lombard Clinic Rm 539
or
Webinar
Thur., Dec. 8
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Writing a clinical case study

  • Disseminating important clinical practice activity and management

Presenter: Theodore L. Johnson, Jr., DC, MS

Lombard Clinic Rm 539
or
Webinar

You may apply for CE and Scholarly Activity credits for faculty and staff through The National University of Health Sciences Lincoln College of Postprofessional, Graduate and Continuing Education.

Supported by NIH NCCAM R25 AT002872.

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