Research: As a Student
National University’s commitment to research assures that your education is built on the most up-to-date information in the health sciences.
- Our students receive an evidence based practice curriculum in all professional degree programs. This training teaches you how to find and apply the most relevant research to course work and clinical cases.
- Our entire campus community has access to frequent evidence based practice journal clubs, case presentations and seminars.
- You’ll study under faculty who are also encouraged and trained in our evidence based practice program. This helps keep them up to date on the latest research in their fields so they can apply it in what they teach.
- NUHS offers qualified students research assistant positions, research fellowships and postgraduate residencies in research.
- To support an evidence based practice environment in integrative medicine, National University’s James F. Winterstein Library offers over 18,000 book titles, 153 current print journal subscriptions, 15,000 electronic journals and ebooks, and 43 bibliographic databases.
- DC students can pursue a coordinated degree program with UIC to earn a Master of Public Health degree or a Master of Science in Clinical and Translational Research.
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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