Students and Research
Evidence from research is the language of integrative medicine, because it can be understood and applied by all professionals in all specialties. That’s why at National University, research courses and seminars are one place where students from different degree programs learn together and discuss their findings.
You benefit by our commitment to research and evidence based practice during your studies through academic enrichment and in your future professional career after you graduate. At National University, we have integrated the use of research and evidence based practice into our entire curriculum and campus culture.
There are a variety of ways you can get involved with our exciting, ongoing research. We encourage you to explore these opportunities in the menu on the right.
Jessy Glaub – DC student, Research Fellow
Co-authored a poster presented at the 28th Association of Chiropractic Colleges Research Agenda
Conference. March 25 – 27, 2021.
Madigan, D., Foshee, W., Glaub, J. Pain and Substance Use Disorder Comorbidity and Considerations for Doctors of Chiropractic: A Review of the Literature. J Chiro Ed. 2020. 34(1).
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