Saturday, March 5, 2016

I.01.a1. - AANMC Naturopathy Schools' Consortia Science Claim:

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I.01. collective AANP-CAND-FNPLA-CNME-AANMC -type schools' 'naturopathy is within science / is science-based / is scientific' claim:
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I.01.a1. the Association of Accredited Naturopathic Medical Colleges states:
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[this is all the AANP-CAND-FNPLA-CNME-type ND schools; a consortia; for some details, click here,
http://www.naahp.org/PDFs/HealthProfPDFs/aanmc.pdf;
for AANMC's youtube site, click here,http://www.youtube.com/user/AANMCEditor]
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[in "Changing Patients' Lives through Naturopathic Medicine" (2018)]
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"to be a naturopathic doctor [...] this profession brings together [...] teaching [...] science, listening, communicating and helping people";
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[in "Naturopathic Medicine: A Career with Options" (2018)]
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"are naturopathic doctors really doctors? Yes they are! Their training covers conventional medical science and adds natural therapies beyond what a conventional doctor would be trained in";
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[in "Bastyr University – Moving Forward, Changing Lives and Carrying Out Its Mission" (2018)]
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"since its inception in 1978, Bastyr has been a pioneer in science-based natural medicine [...] an interdisciplinary powerhouse combining the best of Western medicine with scientifically proven complementary and integrative therapies in one model [...] Bastyr alumnus and research scientist Joshua Goldenberg, ND [...] Bastyr alumna and research scientist Laurie Mischley, ND";
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[in "Naturopathic Medicine Where the Rigors of Modern Science Meet the Healing Power of Nature" (2018)]
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"treat patients with natural medicine and modern science [...] receive training in the same biomedical and diagnostic sciences as conventional medical school";
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[in "Fraser Smith, ND" (2018)]
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"faculty member, National University of Health Sciences [...] the college of naturopathic medicine at National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) [...] naturopathic and conventional medical curricula [...] there are many similarities between the two, especially in first two years when the emphasis is on diagnosis and biomedical sciences [...] rather than learning only sciences [...] five areas – biomedical sciences, diagnostic sciences, naturopathic therapies, naturopathic philosophy and clinical training [...] the master of science degree programs in both Oriental medicine and acupuncture [...] biomedical sciences";
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[in "2016 Alumni Survey on Compensation and Career Satisfaction" (2018)]
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"naturopathic medicine is a distinct primary health care profession that combines the wisdom of nature with the rigors of modern science [...] AANMC’s member schools [...include] National University of Health Sciences (Chicago, Illinois)";
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[in "June 2012 – Finding a Calling – Specializing as an ND" (2018)]
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"after graduating with her ND degree from National University of Health Sciences in 2011, Samantha Hoang [...] for those who want to study naturopathic medicine but haven’t taken enough science courses, Bastyr is offering a new one-year, post-baccalaureate ND program. The program provides the science foundation to help beginning ND students thrive";
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[in 'homepage' (2018)]
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"Tawainna Houston, ND Graduate, National University of Health Sciences";
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[in "NUHS Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary of ND Program" (2018)]
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"the naturopathic medicine degree program at National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) [...] National University of Health Sciences celebrates";
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[in "NUHS Offers a Variety of Resources to Current and Prospective ND Students" (2018)]
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"National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) [...] keep up with the latest news on National University of Health Sciences’ offerings";
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[in "Message from the President [SCNM]" (2018)]
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"people committed to developing physicians who will combine the science of medicine with the art of healing";
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[in "10 Reasons Why Attending a Naturopathic Medical College May be the Right Choice for You" (2018)]
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"Interested in a Rewarding Healthcare Career That Combines the Healing Power of Nature With Modern Science? [...] a distinct primary care profession that combines the healing power of nature with the rigors of modern science [...] naturopathic doctors are educated and trained in all of the same basic sciences and clinical diagnostics as MDs, and can often offer the same full scope of treatments [...] in the U.S., those institutions [...include] National University of Health Sciences";
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[in "December 2012 – That’s a Wrap" (2018)]
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"NUHS is newest school to receive CNME accreditation. It’s official! National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) recently received accreditation from the Council on Naturopathic Medical Education (CNME), making it the newest accredited naturopathic medical school and the only one in the Midwest [...] Bastyr University has launched the first fully accredited ayurvedic program in the United States, offering a master’s in ayurvedic sciences and a dual-track option for ND students";
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[in "Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine Continues to Take Students to New Heights" (2018)]
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"at the most recent administration of the NPLEX, 85% of SCNM students passed the biomedical science examination on the first attempt, and 86% of SCNM graduates passed the core clinical science examination on the first attempt";
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[in "Naturopathic Approaches to Women’s Health and a Tricky Case of Endometriosis" (2018)]
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"Dr. Alison Egeland obtained her doctorate of naturopathic medicine at National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, IL where she graduated summa cum laude and valedictorian of her class. She was inspired to pursue a degree in Naturopathic Medicine after struggling with her own chronic health issues. Practicing naturopathic medicine allows Dr. Egeland to combine her love of science and research with her passion for helping others";
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[in "Message from the President [CCNM]" (2018)]
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"our program covers three major areas of study: biomedical sciences, clinical sciences and naturopathic therapeutics";
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[in "Become a Physician That Treats the Whole Person" (2018)]
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"treat patients with natural medicine and modern science [...] receive training in the same biomedical and diagnostic sciences as conventional medical school [...] National University of Health Sciences, Chicago, Ill.";
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[in "Admissions Representatives Profiles [CCNM]" (2018)]
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"quick facts degree doctor of naturopathy [...] our program covers three major areas of study: biomedical sciences, clinical sciences and naturopathic therapeutics [...] about the program: biomedical sciences, clinical sciences, art and practice of naturopathic medicine";
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[in "National College of Natural Medicine Announces University Status" (2018)]
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"in February 2015 the school received accreditation approval from the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities to offer two new bachelor degree completion programs, a Bachelor of Science in Integrative Health Sciences and a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition [...] NUNM President David J. Schleich, PhD, noted that the new undergrad programs were designed to integrate a curriculum of health sciences or nutrition with natural sciences and social sciences. 'We are one of the very few schools in the country to offer such innovative undergraduate programs. These programs will open the doors to a growing base of students who are interested in learning more about the health sciences fields,' Schleich said [...] the Master of Science in Oriental Medicine";
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[in "University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine (UBCNM)" (2018)]
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"the academic preparation in basic sciences naturally progresses to training in the use of therapeutic tools and experiences in clinic settings [...] degrees offered: Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine; Doctor of Chiropractic; Master of Science, Acupuncture [...] traditional undergraduate degrees are offered in health sciences";
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[in "UBCNM Aims to Make Impact Close to Home" (2018)]
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"the Division of Health Sciences at UB has opened a new interdisciplinary laboratory. The lab setup encourages collaboration among the health sciences disciplines, while allowing each of the colleges and institutes to work on individual projects";
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[in "Academic Prerequisites" (2018)]
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"all of the AANMC-member schools ND programs require a base of undergraduate science courses that include biology as well as general and organic chemistry [...] Bastyr University [...] no specific major is advised. In addition to a strong preparation in the sciences [...] prerequisite coursework [...] chemistry (science-major level) [...] the standard prerequisite for science-major level organic chemistry is one year of general chemistry [...] general biology (science-major level) [...] individual courses in the biological sciences may count if the above competencies are met, i.e., anatomy, physiology, microbiology, and botany [...] other suggested courses [...] philosophy of science [...] candidates must be able to observe demonstrations and experiments in the basic sciences [...] Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine [...] the expected overall minimum cumulative science GPA is 2.5 to compete for the limited program seats [...] candidates must be prepared to show that they have kept themselves up-to-date in the sciences [...] Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine Prerequisite Science Courses [...] prerequisite science courses [...] some prerequisite sciences courses can be completed at CCNM [...] environmental science [...] National University of Health Sciences [...] students are expected to have completed 24 hours of general education credits and 24 hours of life and physical science credits before entering the chiropractic or naturopathic program [...] social science / humanities [...] life and physical science coursework should include both lecture and laboratory components in each of the following areas: biology, physics, general chemistry, organic chemistry [...] students who desire a naturopathic education but have undergraduate degrees with a non-science major, or those who fall short of the required science credit hours to meet National University admission requirements [...] students who have not completed their baccalaureate degree may enroll in the NUHS Bachelor of Biomedical Science Degree completion program. It is designed for students with a two-year/associate’s degree or 60 semester hours of general education credits, who wish to earn a bachelor’s degree to prepare for a career in science or health care [...] Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine [...] applicants with science courses older than seven (7) years must demonstrate competency in the discipline(s) in question and will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis) [...] 12 semester credits in biology with labs (for science majors), 3 semester credits in general organic chemistry with lab (for science majors), 3 semester credits in biochemistry OR an additional 3 semester credits in organic chemistry (for science majors) [...] University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine [...] only biochemistry may be taken online. All other science prerequisites must be taken in-person [...] social sciences or humanities electives";
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[in "Bastyr University School of Naturopathic Medicine Seattle, Washington and San Diego, California" (2018)]
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"Bastyr University’s School of Naturopathic Medicine is recognized globally for its rigorous curriculum and leading-edge research. Its fully accredited naturopathic medicine program integrates centuries-old healing traditions with current science on health and human systems [...] degrees offered: Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (with optional dual degrees in acupuncture, ayurvedic sciences, counseling psychology and midwifery); Master of Science in: Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Midwifery, Nutrition [...] Nutrition and Clinical Health Psychology, Nutrition for Wellness (San Diego) [...] Bachelor of Science with a Major in: Exercise Science and Wellness, Health Psychology, Herbal Sciences, Integrated Human Biology, Nutrition (with optional Didactic Program in Dietetics), Nutrition and Culinary Arts, Nutrition and Exercise Science";
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[in "National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM)" (2018)]
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"our mission is to educate and train physicians, practitioners and pre-professionals in the art, science and research of natural medicine [...] degrees offered: Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (ND), Doctor of Science in Oriental Medicine (DSOM), Master of Science in Oriental Medicine (MSOM), Master of Science in Integrative Medicine Research (MSiMR), Master of Science in Nutrition (MScN), Master of Science in Global Health (MScGH), Master of Science in Integrative Mental Health (MSiMH), Master of Science in Sports Medicine (MScSM), Master of Science in Ayurvedic Medicine (MScA), Bachelor of Science in Integrative Health Sciences (BSiHS), Bachelor of Science in Nutrition (BScN)";
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[in "Contact the National University of Health Sciences" (2018)]
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'name of page';
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[in "Welcome to AANMC's 'Milestones 2011' Issue!" (2018)]
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"and scientific validation of natural treatments continues to mount";
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[in "Dr. JoAnn Yanez on KCAA 9/13/17" (2018)]
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"Erin Brinker [...] even if they are offered online, you don’t get the same education and especially the hard sciences [...] Dr. Yanez [...] another myth is that we’re not science-based. There are folks out there that say, 'naturopathic medicine is not based in evidence. It's not based in science.' That is a huge misconception [...] I said, 'yes, it is. The first two years are very much identical to the sciences that conventional medical students take [...] in naturopathic medical education, we take all of those hard sciences and we look at it in a holistic fashion [...] we’re going into those hard sciences in a lot of depth [...] there are areas where the evidence-base is developing and as evidence comes out, we reevaluate therapy, but I think that, that evidence-base and this isn’t scientific or this isn’t science-based [...]  in that foundational two years of learning those biomedical sciences, that is included";
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[in "Dr. JoAnn Yanez on KCAA 5/10/17" (2018)]
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"Tobin Brinker: one of the concerns, I think, that people have sometimes is that some of this natural medicine, or traditional medicines, appear sometimes to appear kind of not science-based, so when you talk about this study that being done now Johns Hopkins, can you talk about how do you validate the therapies and things that you do? This is a science [...] I would like for Dr. Yanez to sort of clarify that for us about the science of what they do [...] Dr. JoAnn Yanez [...] naturopathic doctors study anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, conventional pharmacology, biochemical pathways, pathology, all the 'ologies' really to give a foundation in the human and biological science [...] I think, Tobin, that maybe this perception with the public is, 'oh, there’s no science here,' actually there really is [...] we are committed to continuing evidence-based just as any other science-based medical practice would be doing";
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[in "Dr. JoAnn Yanez on KCAA 8/3/16" (2018)]
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"the naturopathic colleges are located across North America [...including] National University of Health Sciences is in Lombard, Illinois [...] then you’ve got four years of rigorous medical school. The first two years are predominantly the biomedical sciences, anatomy, physiology, dissection lab, and so on. Then, we get into the clinical sciences [...] I think the beautify of the naturopathic profession is that it teaches you not only the science, but the art of medicine";
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[in "How Naturopathic Medicine Can Improve Fertility" (2018)]
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"Dr. Jaclyn Chasse, the VP of Scientific and Regulatory Affairs at Emerson Ecologics [...] Dr. Jamine Blesoff, an instructor at the National University of Health Sciences, in Lombard, Illinois";
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[in "Naturopathic Approaches to Cancer – Free Webinar" (2018)]
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"Dr. Alschuler [...] has been an invited speaker to more than 100 scientific / medical conferences";
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[in "Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine" (2018)]
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"we believe that although scientific research is an integral part of naturopathic medicine, we must remain true to the roots of the medicine";
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[in "The Season of Growth" (2018)]
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"Judy Peabody, ND [...] left a $100,000 bequest to NCNM to help create a basic science lab and scholarship fund [...] to better integrate scientific concepts with their clinical applications";
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[in "What Kind of Doctor is a Naturopathic Physician?" (2018)]
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"naturopathic medicine, as practiced here in North America and increasingly around the world, is using scientific advances and knowledge to update the practice [...] Fraser Smith, MATD, ND is the chief academic officer for the ND program serving as Assistant Dean of Naturopathic Medicine at the National University of Health Sciences’ College of Professionals Studies";
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[in "I Have Questions About Naturopathic Medical School" (2017)]
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"grade of C or above in the course. In most cases, all the basic sciences transfer for doctors (and physical medicine for DCs, acupuncture for LAcs, etc.). We do not transfer clinical training hours or clinical science courses unless they were earned at another naturopathic institution [...] occasionally, the student may be required to take a challenge exam (usually covering basic science)";
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[in "Strong ND-Patient Relationships, the Foundation for Healing" (2017)]
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"'naturopathic medicine is a medicine of communication,' says Dr. Fraser Smith, assistant dean of naturopathic medicine at National University of Health Sciences and AANMC board president";
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[in "Embracing the Diversity of Naturopathic Medicine Practice" (2017)]
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"core to naturopathic education is an understanding of the biological and physical sciences that form the foundation in which we explore all the possibilities of healing available to our patients [...] as academics and scientists, by nature we should embrace change, dare I say, even look for it";
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[in "The Curriculum" (2017)]
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"licensed naturopathic physicians have attended four-year professional-level programs at accredited institutions, where they have been educated in the same basic sciences as allopathic physicians. Some member schools in the AANMC actually require more hours of basic and clinical science than many top allopathic medical schools. During their first two years of study, the curriculum focuses on biomedical and clinical sciences, covering [...] neuroscience [...] students of naturopathic medicine use the Western medical sciences as a foundation on which to build a thorough knowledge of holistic, non-toxic therapies and develop skills in diagnosis, disease prevention and wellness optimization [...] they offer the world a healing paradigm founded on a rational balance of tradition, science and respect for nature";
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[in "Naturopathic Medicine Programs in the United States" (2017)]
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"social sciences [...] in both MD and ND schools, the first two years focus on biomedical science, clinical sciences, and diagnostics [...] ND students emerge from the first two years of training with a strong foundation in physiology, pathology, and diagnosis. They use the Western medical sciences as a foundation on which to build a thorough knowledge of holistic, non-toxic therapies, and to develop skills in diagnosis, disease prevention, and wellness optimization [...] in addition to the biomedical and clinical sciences, ND students are extensively trained in [...] nutritional science";
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[in "Dr. Kristina Conner, ND" (2017)]
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"Dr. Conner was in private practice at World Tree Natural Medicine in Carmel, Indiana before joining the faculty at the National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, Ill. At NUHS, Dr. Conner teaches courses in hydrotherapy, naturopathic primary care, naturopathic endocrinology, diet and nutrition. Dr. Conner is also an active member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians(AANP)";
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[in "Dr. Ashley Burkman, ND" (2017)]
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"Dr. Burkman is a graduate of National University of Health Sciences (NUHS). As a naturopathic physician practicing at Connecticut Natural Health Specialists [...] Dr. Burkman was attracted to naturopathic medicine after completing her bachelor’s degree in biomedical sciences at NUHS";
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[in "NUHS Offers a Variety of Resources to Current and Prospective ND Students" (2017)]
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"National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) is constantly looking for ways to better prepare both prospective and current students for their future careers in healthcare";
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[in "Welcome to AANMC's 'Summer Event / Career' Issue!" (2017)]
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"Drs. James and Peter D'Adamo, ND – father and son who've spent years developing and validating the science behind the popular and very effective Blood Type Diet.  Dr. Joe Pizzorno, ND – instrumental in the development of a science-based approach to naturopathic medical education";
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[in "Naturopathic Community Response to Allegations Involving Malachi Love-Robinson" (2017)]
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"while each of our 7 programs vary slightly in both prerequisites and course offerings, they all require students to commit to several years of intensive study. This includes: a strong science-based background during a student’s first two years";
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[in "Is Naturopathic Medicine Safe?" (2017)]
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"every licensed naturopathic doctor had to go through a rigorous four year science-based medical education at one of the 7 accredited naturopathic medical schools";
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[in "Bastyr University Sees Continued Growth and Innovation" (2017)]
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"Bastyr offers more than 20 degree and certificate programs in science-based natural medicine, including acupuncture [...and] naturopathic medicine";
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[in "10 Common Myths About Naturopathic Medicine" (2017)]
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"myth #2: not scientific / evidenced based. Another common myth about naturopathic medicine is that it is not science / evidenced based.  Regulated naturopathic doctors go through rigorous four-year science-based medical education at an accredited or candidate school of the Council on Naturopathic Medical Education [...] a minimum of two years is spent studying the same biomedical sciences that prepare medical students to be doctors";
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[in "Resources for Current Students" (2017)]
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"naturopathic medical graduates critically appraise, assimilate and apply scientific evidence to improve patient care";
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[in "FAQ" (2017)]
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"for a basic science foundation and overall exposure to help prepare you for naturopathic medical studies, consider the following: read the 'Textbook of Natural Medicine' – a very comprehensive and often-used reference among NDs and MDs as well [...] earn a bachelor’s degree, preferably with a pre-medical or other science major [...] students are educated in all of the same basic sciences as an MD or DO as well as the latest advances in science in combination with natural approaches to therapy, disease prevention, and clinical education. In addition to a standard medical curriculum, the naturopathic physician is required to complete four years of training in clinical nutrition, acupuncture, homeopathic medicine, botanical medicine, physical medicine and counseling [...] ND students are educated in the same basic sciences and pharmacology, drug/herb/vitamin interaction and contraction (wound healing) as allopathic medical students. Some AANMC-member schools require more hours of basic and clinical science than many top allopathic medical schools [...] prior to admission into a naturopathic medicine programs, the typical entering ND student has completed three years of pre-medical training and earned a bachelor of science degree [...] contact the individual institutions [...] National University of Health Sciences [...] naturopathic medical students at accredited ND colleges study the same core medical sciences as MD students [...] do NDs base their diagnoses and treatments primarily on ancient healing practices or on current medical and scientific breakthroughs, or both? [...] today’s naturopathic physicians artfully blend [...it's] a healing paradigm founded on a rational balance of tradition, science and respect for nature [...] their diagnoses and therapeutics are increasingly supported by scientific evidence [...] others go on to become research scientists";
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[in "AANMC Board Members" (2017)]
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"Fraser Smith, ND, MA AANMC President National University of Health Sciences [...] Dr. Chasse currently works as Vice President of Scientific & Regulatory Affairs at Emerson Ecologics";
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[in "The Flexibility of a Naturopathic Doctor Degree" (2017)]
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"a lot of my day depends upon what is happening in the world. While I have focused my career on scientific affairs, I am a member of the generalist diplomatic corps [...] I met with policy officials, doctors, hospitals, and scientists in China";
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[in "Dr. Lisa Krebs – NUHS" (2017)]
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"Krebs began researching the options for her new career, and quickly discovered that National University of Health Sciences was right in her backyard. 'I stopped by that day to talk to the admissions department and learn more [...] to be a naturopathic doctor' [...] Krebs explains [...] Krebs credits NUHS for thoroughly preparing her for a career in naturopathic medicine. 'NUHS provided a very strong foundation in the medical sciences, including extensive anatomy and dissection [...] in the clinical sciences, there was extensive training in hands-on modalities, including physical manipulation and hydrotherapy, which I feel are invaluable to patient care [...] he actually taught homeopathy at NUHS [...] [...] another reason Krebs chose to attend NUHS was because of the curriculum, 'which heavily emphasized the philosophy of naturopathic medicine' [...] during her time at NUHS, Krebs tried to take advantage of every opportunity available to her outside of her regular courses. 'I took a host of seminars offered through the post-graduate curriculum at NUHS' [...] after graduating from NUHS [...] now that Krebs has been working as an ND for a while, she finds that the statement from the brochure at NUHS rings true";
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[in "Naturopathic Medicine 101" (2017)]
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"[and naturopathy is] the art and science [...] accredited naturopathic medical schools [...] that we represent at AANMC [...include] National University of Health Sciences [...] study well in your science courses";
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[in "National University of Health Sciences (NUHS)" (2016)]
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"National University of Health Sciences has set standards of educational excellence in health career education since 1906 [...] NUHS’s naturopathic medicine program offers a rigorous and academically challenging curriculum that blends a thorough scientific foundation with comprehensive training in naturopathic treatments [...] National University of Health Sciences, the nation’s premier institution for complementary and alternative medical education, offers a doctor of naturopathic medicine program (ND), which will prepare you to practice as a licensed naturopathic physician. National’s ND program provides you with a rigorous curriculum that blends thorough scientific foundation with comprehensive training in traditional naturopathic treatments";
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[in "National Associations for Naturopathic Doctors" (2016)]
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"'to be a strong voice in Canadian health care and to ensure the optimal health of Canadians through the active promotion of the art and science of naturopathic medicine and the advancement of its practice' [...] American Association for the Advancement of Science: the world’s largest general scientific society, with the mission of advancing science, serving society [...] European Scientific Cooperative on Phytotherapy (ESCOP): aims to advance the scientific and regulatory status of phytomedicine at a European level; not information-heavy; includes much password-protected content [...] Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians (OncANP): works to advance the philosophy, science and practice of naturopathic oncology and enhance the survival and quality of life for people living with cancer through the integration of naturopathic oncology into cancer care";
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[in "FAQ" (2016)]
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"for a basic science foundation and overall exposure to help prepare you for naturopathic medical studies, consider the following [...] earn a bachelor’s degree, preferably with a pre-medical or other science major [...] the AANMC member schools are four-year professional level medical programs that result in a doctor of naturopathic medicine degree/diploma (ND). Students are educated in all of the same basic sciences as an MD or DO as well as the latest advances in science in combination with natural approaches to therapy, disease prevention, and clinical education [...] ND students are educated in the same basic sciences and pharmacology, drug/herb/vitamin interaction and contraction (wound healing) as allopathic medical students. Some AANMC-member schools require more hours of basic and clinical science than many top allopathic medical schools [...] prior to admission into a naturopathic medicine programs, the typical entering ND student has completed three years of pre-medical training and earned a bachelor of science degree [...] National University of Health Sciences [...] naturopathic medical students at accredited ND colleges study the same core medical sciences as MD students [...] do NDs base their diagnoses and treatments primarily on ancient healing practices or on current medical and scientific breakthroughs, or both? [...] today’s naturopathic physicians artfully blend modern, cutting-edge diagnostic and therapeutic procedures with ancient and traditional methods. These physicians are succeeding in their goal to present the world with a healing paradigm founded on a rational balance of tradition, science and respect for nature. Because naturopathic physicians believe in understanding patients from the cellular level up, they actively pursue the latest biochemical findings relating to the workings of the body and the dynamics of botanical medicines, nutrition, homeopathy and other natural therapies. Their diagnoses and therapeutics are increasingly supported by scientific evidence [...] others go on to become research scientists";
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[in "AANMC Core Competenciesof the Graduating Naturopathic Student" (2016)]
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"naturopathic medicine is a distinct primary health care profession that combines the traditions of natural healing with the rigors of modern science [...] naturopathic medical graduates critically appraise, assimilate and apply scientific evidence to improve patient care";
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"research studies about medical treatments and practices published in scientific journals are often the sources of news stories and can be important tools in helping you manage your health.  But finding scientific journal articles, understanding the studies they describe, and interpreting the results can be challenging.  One way to make it easier to understand information you find in a scientific journal is to share the information with your health care providers and get their opinions. Once you understand the basics and terminology of scientific research, you have one more tool to help you make better, informed decisions about your health. Here are 9 questions that can help you make sense of a scientific research article";
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[in "Career Paths with Sara Gilham, ND" (2015)]
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"I chose naturopathic medicine because I love that it is both highly scientific and highly holistic";
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[in "Naturopathic Research and Scholarship" (2015)]
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"naturopathic medical graduates critically appraise, assimilate and apply scientific evidence to improve patient care [...] the following are links to current research at each of the member institutions [...] National University of Health Sciences";
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"Dr. Mahfoud teaches students the importance of science-oriented thought and objectivity [...] he stresses evidence-based practices, emphasizes the importance of scientific literature";
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[in "AANMC Alumni and Speaker Profiles: Dr. Peter D'Adamo, ND"
also as  "Dr. Peter D’Adamo, ND" (2015)]
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""[naturopathy schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] years of validating and synthesizing the science behind the idea culminated in the 1996 award-winning book Eat Right 4 Your Type [...] The second generation, initiated by naturopathic doctors like Pizzorno and Mitchell, was much more focused on pure biochemistry and pharmacology and the idea that this type of medicine could be validated through scientific methods [...] to this day, that’s what I enjoy most – finding cyclical, scientific references to the ideas found in traditional sources [...] I learned how to chase down a concept, how to navigate scientific literature and how to perform my own versions of meta-analysis";
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[in "Students" (2014)]
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"characteristics of ND students: academically successful with an aptitude for the sciences [...] understands the art and the science of medicine [...] naturopathic doctor programs are very similar to MD programs. They both are academically rigorous and build on a strong science foundation [...] the first 2 years of the ND curriculum will focus on the basic sciences";
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"Victoria Sweeney, Director of Admissions, National University of Health Sciences [...] Julia Liebich, ND, Chief Clinician, Kristina Conner, ND, Associate Professor, Clinical Sciences National University of Health Sciences";
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[in "National University of Health Sciences (NUHS): Message from the President" (2014)]
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"Joseph P.D. Stiefel [...] National University of Health Sciences is a great place to study naturopathic medicine";
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[in "Naturopathic Scope of Practice Becomes Modern in CT" (2014)]
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"'we are thrilled that the 90-year-old scope of practice in Connecticut is being modernized,' said Dr. David Brady, Vice Provost, Health Sciences Division of the University of Bridgeport, who co-lead, along with Rick Liva, ND, the coordinated efforts of a coalition that included the Connecticut Naturopathic Physicians Association, the University of Bridgeport, and numerous supportive constituents from the naturopathic and allied health care fields [...] accredited naturopathic medical schools train naturopathic doctors in the same basic sciences as MDs";
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[in "Alumni Career Spotlight: Carrie Louise Daenell, ND" (2014)]
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"[naturopathy schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] my clinical problem solving is very science based";
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[in "Bastyr University School of Naturopathic Medicine: Message from the President (2014)"]
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"Bastyr University continues to set the standard when it comes to science-based natural medicine";
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[in "Naturopathic Doctor" (2014)]
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"naturopathic physicians collaborate with all other branches of medical science [...] some NDs become research scientists [...] licensed naturopathic physicians have attended four-year, professional-level programs at accredited institutions, where they have been educated in the same basic sciences as allopathic and osteopathic physicians. For admission into most naturopathic medicine programs, students must have a bachelor of science degree [...] in fact, some naturopathic medical schools require more hours of basic and clinical science than do top allopathic or osteopathic medical schools";
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[in "Bastyr University School of Naturopathic Medicine Seattle, Washington" (2014)]
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"[ND schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] degrees offered [...] Master of Science [...] Bachelor of Science";
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"[naturopathy schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] Bastyr University soon to open second campus in San Diego [...] sits in the center of the city's health-science research cluster [...] CCNM opens first integrative cancer center in eastern Canada [...] the Ottawa Integrative Cancer Centre (OICC) [...] the OICC is a not-for-profit care and research center with a mission to deliver treatment that is scientifically grounded, evidence-informed complementary medicine [...] National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) opened a new teaching clinic in 2011";
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 "Kristen Marvin, National University of Health Sciences, Class of 2014 [...] I chose NUHS because [...] strong basic science curriculum offered at NUHS [...] my training has prepared me to succeed as a naturopathic doctor by providing a strong basic science foundation";
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[in "Other Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Treatments and Modalities" (2013)]
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"[naturopathy schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] credible, USDA site providing science-based educational material [...] documents medical problems resolved, scientific guidelines in treatment, established history and advancements [...] traditional Chinese medicine from the scientific perspective";
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[in "Alumni Career Spotlight Marnie Loomis, ND (NCNM)" (2013)]
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"[AANMC schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] I also plan to write more professional, science-based articles for my peers and lecture on topics related to those articles [...] another big factor is the wonderful advancement of science and medicine in recent years when it comes to gastroenterology and our intestinal bacteria [...] 'in naturopathic medicine,' she asserts, 'the ability to think creatively is just as important as the ability to understand clinical science'";
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[in "Applying to and Preparing for Naturopathic Medical School: Academic and Experiential, Ariana Balayan, Admissions Counselor University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine" (2013)]
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"my background and current position: health sciences admissions counselor at UBCNM [...] a look at naturopathic medicine [...] it is the art and science of diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease using the most effective and most natural therapies and gentle techniques necessary [...] required course work: science (biology, chemistry, biochemistry) [...] ND schools accepting applications via their own websites [...] National University of Health Sciences: www.NUHS.edu";
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[in "CAM News Archives 2002-2004" (2013)]
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"[naturopathy schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] (January 7, 2004) - 'the SCNM Health Science Center will break new ground by combining the Southwest College Research Institute and the Environmental Medicine Clinic,' says Dr. Paul Mittman, SCNM president and chief executive. The integrated clinic and research center will allow researchers to study naturopathic treatments in a scientific way [...] (October 16, 2003) [...] twenty five years after its founding, Bastyr University has clearly met a social need. 'We wanted to show how science can be used to bridge any gap between conventional medicine and natural health therapies,' says co-founder Joe Pizzorno. 'What surprised me about our progress as a university is I never thought we would grow to be so big'";
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[in "Credit Comparison: MD and ND Programs, the First Two Years" (2013)]
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"credit comparison for 2010 between the MD program at the University of Washington and the ND program at Bastyr University [...] MD, ND [respectively...] anatomy and embryology: 13, 19.5 [...] biochemistry: 8, 12 [...] histology: 6, 5 [...] physiology: 5, 14 [...] pathology: 10, 12 [...] micrbio. and immunology: 11, 9 [...] pharmacology: 8, 5 [...] systems-based courses: 38, 7 [...] clinical and modality training: 31, 61 [...] other: 20, 7";
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 "[naturopathy schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] at Bastyr University, students learn to view nature as the ultimate teacher of science [...] National University of Health Sciences (NUHS), Chicago, Ill. NUHS has set standards of educational excellence in health career education since 1906";
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[in "Careers in Naturopathic Medicine: Introduction to Naturopathic Medicine Postdoctoral Research and Environmental Consulting" (2013)]
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"naturopathic medicine [...] it is the art and science of diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease using the most effective and most natural therapies and gentle techniques necessary [...] working as a research scientist, an ND in private practice and as an environmental consultant, I am able to [etc.]";
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[in "Naturopathic Doctor Licensure" (2013)]
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"[naturopathy schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] in order to be licensed as a primary care, general practice physician by a state or jurisdiction which requires licensing, one must [...] study a curriculum which includes current medical science and traditional naturopathic theory. Take and pass national board exams: Naturopathic Physicians Licensing Exam (NPLEX). This rigorous exam covers basic sciences, diagnostic and therapeutic subjects and clinical sciences";
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[in "Student Spotlight: Katy Firisin, ND Student" (2013)]
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"[naturopathy's schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] undergraduate education: BS in science [...]  my bachelor of science [...] the naturopathic methodologies are rooted in hard science as well [...] I’ve already been through a heavy and rigorous science curriculum [...] but some have professional science backgrounds";
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"[naturopathy schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] the NCCAM is dedicated to exploring CAM practices in the context of rigorous science";
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"Prepare yourself to advise students about this burgeoning natural health career, blending effective traditional therapies and the tools of modern science [...] Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Sciences Tempe, Arizona";
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[in "Your Questions Answered" (2013)]
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"[naturopathy's schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] that ND students receive training in the biomedical sciences that is every bit as thorough as that provided to medical (MD) students [...] having a solid science major such as chemistry should academically prepare you for entry into one of the accredited ND schools [...] the typical ND student has completed three years of premedical training and earned a bachelor of science degree [...] a seventh ND school, National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) near Chicago, Ill., was granted candidacy status for CNME accreditation for their new ND program [...] the most common degrees represented among the new students are bachelor of science in biology and pre-med [...] the most important consideration for choosing your undergraduate major will be the science component, as most ND admissions advisors look for a strong science background in their incoming students [...] entry requirements vary slightly with each ND school, with the undergrad science requirements weighing heavier with some than others [...] the courses you take along the way will give you the basic science foundation you'll need [...] naturopathic medical students study the same core medical sciences as MD students";
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[in "Explore Naturopathic Medicine" (2013)]
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"drawing on the tools of modern science [...] once you are enrolled, a naturopathic medical education from an AANMC member school promises a rigorous four-year curriculum, requiring in its first two years the same basic and clinical sciences taken at an allopathic (conventional) medical school. Some AANMC member schools require even more hours of basic sciences than their allopathic counterparts [...] in their supervised, hands-on experience with patients, students learn to scientifically apply clinical nutrition, homeopathic medicine, botanical medicine, physical medicine, psychology, acupuncture, pharmacology and counseling [...] the creation of NCCAM, dedicated to exploring CAM practices with scientific rigor [...] AANMC member schools offer course work in research methodology to prepare graduates to both evaluate scientific literature and pursue research opportunities [...] Western bio-medical science courses include anatomy, biochemistry, histology, human pathology, human physiology, immunology, macrobiology, microbiology, neuroscience, pharmacology [...] preparation for formal practice culminates in rigorous professional board exams in the basic sciences and clinical practice [...] student profile for entering classes fall 2005 [...] 38% biological sciences [...] 11% behavioral sciences [...] 10% physical sciences [...] Holly Lucille ND, RN [...] she is a member of the scientific advisory board of Enzymatic Therapy [...] member institutions of the AANMC [...] Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Sciences";
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."applied evidence [x4...] including complexity science [...] the NIH funded more than 1200 scientists and physicians from [...] the goal of naturopathic medical education is to prepare clinicians for the challenges of general practice, with a foundation in current medical science as well as traditional naturopathic theory [...] courses in naturopathic principles with basic and diagnostic sciences [...] The Naturopathic Medical Research Agenda: The Future and Foundation of Naturopathic Medical Science";
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[in "ND Student Life, Travel and Volunteering, By Jacob Wolf, SCNM, Class of 2013" (2013)]
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 "the typical ND student [...] bright, intelligent, with an aptitude for the sciences and a history of academic success [...] possesses an understanding of both the art and the science of medicine [...] those who are currently enrolled in natural health sciences or holistic health classes [...] liked size of Bastyr and strong science foundation at SCNM";
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[in "Professional Associations and Organizations" (2013)]
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"[our member schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] American Association for the Advancement of Science: the world's largest general scientific society, with the mission of advancing science, serving society [...] American Medical Association (AMA): for members and health professionals, offers informational resource on legal developments, insurance issues and scientific findings; for patients, offers doctor search by name or specialty [...] European Scientific Cooperative on Phytotherapy (ESCOP): aims to advance the scientific and regulatory status of phytomedicine at a European level [...] Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians (OncANP): works to advance the philosophy, science and practice of naturopathic oncology";
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[in "Naturopathic Medicine FAQ" (2012)]
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"for a basic science foundation and overall exposure to help prepare you for naturopathic medical studies, consider the following [...] the 'Textbook of Natural Medicine' [...] earn a bachelor’s degree, preferably with a pre-medical or other science major [...] students are educated in all of the same basic sciences as an MD or DO as well as the latest advances in science [...] ND students are educated in the same basic sciences [...] some AANMC-member schools require more hours of basic and clinical science than many top allopathic medical schools [...] prior to admission into a naturopathic medicine programs, the typical entering ND student has completed three years of pre-medical training and earned a bachelor of science degree [...] contact the individual institutions [...including] National University of Health Sciences [...] naturopathic medical students at accredited ND colleges study the same core medical sciences as MD students [...] a healing paradigm founded on a rational balance of tradition, science and respect for nature [...] their diagnoses and therapeutics are increasingly supported by scientific evidence [...] others go on to become research scientists";
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[in "Naturopathic Physicians Are Rigorously Trained" (2012)]
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"[ND schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] licensed naturopathic physicians have attended four-year professional-level programs at accredited institutions, where they have been educated in the same basic sciences as allopathic physicians. Some member schools in the AANMC actually require more hours of basic and clinical science than many top allopathic medical schools. During their first two years of study, the curriculum focuses on basic and clinical sciences [...] students of naturopathic medicine use the Western medical sciences as a foundation [...] while earning their degree, doctors of naturopathic medicine learn virtually all the modalities of proven natural therapies [...including] homeopathy [...] they offer the world a healing paradigm founded on a rational balance of tradition, science and respect for nature [coded vitalism]";
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"[ND granting schools include] National University of Health Sciences";
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"[narrator President Church] where heart meets science [...] we believe nature is the ultimate teacher of science [...] an ND [...] is the nationally recognized symbol of excellence [...ND Raskin, Dean School of Naturopathic Medicine speaks of] holistic, integrative [...a student speaks of] the interconnection between nature and science [...page heading states ND schools include] National University of Health Sciences";
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"[ND van Loon] as faculty we integrate new scientific discoveries with traditional naturopathic principles and philosophy [...page heading states ND schools include] National University of Health Sciences";
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"[AANMC schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] modern medicine calls for doctors who know their science yet honor the body’s innate wisdom to heal [...] naturopathic medical students study the same core medical sciences as MD students. Their education consists of four years of very rigorous professional-level coursework. They spend hours in science and clinical laboratories learning to recognize and understand the root causes of illness and the tools and treatments available to help future patients to attain and maintain health";
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"[President Bernhardt] we are harnessing science to unleash the healing power of nature [...and it mentions] research [...and] holistic [...page heading states ND schools include] National University of Health Sciences";
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"[President Bernhardt] we are harnessing science to unleash the healing power of nature [...and it mentions] research [...and] holistic [...page heading states ND schools include] National University of Health Sciences";
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"[their schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] the College of Naturopathic Medicine resides within a unique health sciences division, designed to promote inter-professional education and collaboration";
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"[AANMC schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...attributed to Shana Hinds AANMC web content enditor, ND Guru Sandesh Singh Khalsa of UBCNM] the first two years: a strong science background [...] future NDs also receive training in many of the same biomedical and diagnostic sciences as their MD counterparts, and the result is a comprehensive and well-rounded medical education [...] in both programs, the first year emphasizes the biomedical sciences, such as anatomy and biochemistry. During the second year, classes focus on the diagnostic sciences [...] in nearly every biomedical science, ND students are required to complete as many credits as, if not more than, MD students [...] a 2010 course comparison of the University of Washington’s (UW) MD program and Bastyr University’s ND program shows that during the first two years, UW MD students complete a total of 150 credits and Bastyr ND students complete 151.5 credits, most of them in comparable biomedical and diagnostic science courses";
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"[President Schleich] we advance the science of natural medicine [...ND Frangos] I'm excited about our growing focus on evidence-based medicine [...] holistic healing [...page heading states ND schools include] National University of Health Sciences";
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"naturopathic medicine students [...] are educated in the same basic sciences as allopathic physicians. During their first two years of study, the curriculum focuses on basic and clinical sciences [...ND schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...including] neuroscience [...and] nutritional science [...] some member schools in the AANMC  actually require more hours of basic and clinical science than many top allopathic medical schools. Students of naturopathic medicine use the Western medical sciences as a foundation";
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"at National University of Health Sciences, we offer a challenging academic environment based on principles we believe will produce the best and brightest naturopathic physicians [...] they are trained to employ the broadest possible range of evidence-based treatment options' [...] James F. Winterstein, DC, President National University of Health Sciences";
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"[naturopathy's schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] efforts to look more deeply into the rise in CAM use; study upon study providing scientific validation of natural medicine; and federal regulations, funding and public relations efforts in support of disease prevention also caught our attention in 2011 [...] scientific validation of CAM therapies mounting [...] this growing body of scientific evidence supporting acupuncture’s effectiveness is likely to further energize the modality's acceptance by Western society [...] if the FDA deems the ingredient unsafe or unscientific";
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[in "Alumni Speaker Profile: Peter Bongiorno, Naturopathic Doctor and Licensed Acupuncturist" (2011)]
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"[naturopathy schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] Dr. Bongiorno is a major contributor to the Textbook of Natural Medicine, 3rd ed. He has also authored and co-authored original articles on  [...] the scientific research of natural health [...] Dr. Bongiorno regularly teaches students in the Mount Sinai School Arts and Sciences of Medicine program";
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"[naturopathy schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] years of validating and synthesizing the science behind the idea [...] the idea that this type of medicine could be validated through scientific methods [...] cyclical, scientific references to the ideas [...] how to navigate scientific literature";
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"[naturopathy schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] she is a board member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, chair of the Scientific Affairs Committee, and member of the Public Affairs committee";
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"National University of Health Sciences [...] NUHS' naturopathic medicine program offers a rigorous and academically challenging curriculum that blends a thorough scientific foundation with comprehensive training in evidence-based naturopathic treatments";
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"Drs. James and Peter D'Adamo, ND – Father and son who’ve spent years developing and validating the science behind the popular and very effective Blood Type Diet [...] Dr. Joe Pizzorno, ND: instrumental in the development of a science-based approach to naturopathic medical education";
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"Drs. James and Peter D'Adamo, ND – Father and son who’ve spent years developing and validating the science behind the popular and very effective Blood Type Diet [...] Dr. Joe Pizzorno, ND: instrumental in the development of a science-based approach to naturopathic medical education";
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[in "Naturopathic Medical School E-Newsletter" (2010)]
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"the academic path you’ve described, with either of the licenses/certifications you mention, should well prepare you for naturopathic doctor (ND) studies. The courses you take along the way will give you the basic science foundation you’ll need. I commend your early thirst for knowledge of the ND profession!";
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[in "How to Recognize a Quality Naturopathic Medical College" (2010)]
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"[naturopathy schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] every ND who wants to qualify for state or province licensure must first pass the NPLEX exam. These North American board exams are administered by NABNE: NPLEX Part I - Basic Science Examinations – tests scientific knowledge as a foundation for clinical training; NPLEX Part II - Clinical Science Examinations – tests competency required to practice as an entry-level naturopathic physician":
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"doctors Paul Mittman, ND, DHANP, and Gannady Raskin, MD, ND, recently represented the AANMC at three regional conferences for the National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions (NAAHP). Each conference presentation outlined the naturopathic medical approach to patient care and covered in-depth information about the field, including [...] basic and clinical science curricula taught at ND schools [...] Integrative Healthcare Symposium [...] gain full access to the most up-to-date scientific and clinical applications in integrative medicine from top-notch industry expert";
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"as science continues to identify the factors that contribute to disease [etc....] naturopathic medicine is a distinct primary health care system that blends modern scientific knowledge with traditional and natural forms of medicine [...] in a doctor of chiropractic degree program, students will spend their first two years on medical science [...] registered nurses who hold a baccalaureate degree can undertake the master of science in midwifery [...] through a master of science degree in nutrition, one gains an in-depth [etc....] students applying to master's programs in nutrition need a bachelor's degree with the necessary science prerequisites [...] students applying to accredited Chinese medicine programs are generally required to hold a bachelor's degree and specific science prerequisites. Master of science in acupuncture and oriental medicine programs [...] students applying to doctor of naturopathic medicine programs usually require three years of premedical studies or a full bachelor's degree, preferably in the sciences";
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[in "Exhibitor Directory, Green Careers and Education, Association of Accredited Naturopathic Medical Colleges" (2010)]
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"naturopathic physicians are primary care providers who treat the whole person, calling on science and the body’s innate wisdom to heal [...] naturopathic physicians cooperate with all other branches of medical science referring patients to other practitioners for diagnosis or treatment when appropriate";
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[in "Do You Have the Mind of a Doctor?" (2010)]
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"member institutions of the AANMC [...include] National University of Health Sciences [in] Chicago, Illinois; Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Sciences [in] Phoenix, Arizona [...] drawing on the tools of modern science [...] a naturopathic medical education from an AANMC-member school promises a rigorous four-year curriculum, requiring in its first two years the same biomedical and clinical sciences taken at an allopathic (conventional) medical school [...] students learn to scientifically apply clinical nutrition, homeopathic medicine [etc....] the creation of NCCAM, which is dedicated to exploring CAM practices with scientific rigor [...] ANMC-member schools offer course work in research methodology to prepare graduates to both evaluate scientific literature [...] Western biomedical science courses include [etc....] preparation for formal practice culminates in rigorous professional board exams in the biomedical sciences";
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"as science continues to identify the factors that contribute to disease [etc....] naturopathic medicine is a distinct primary health care system that blends modern scientific knowledge with traditional and natural forms of medicine [...] in a doctor of chiropractic degree program, students will spend their first two years on medical science [...] registered nurses who hold a baccalaureate degree can undertake the master of science in midwifery [...] through a master of science degree in nutrition, one gains an in-depth [etc....] students applying to master's programs in nutrition need a bachelor's degree with the necessary science prerequisites [...] students applying to accredited Chinese medicine programs are generally required to hold a bachelor's degree and specific science prerequisites. Master of science in acupuncture & oriental medicine programs [...] students applying to doctor of naturopathic medicine programs usually require three years of premedical studies or a full bachelor's degree, preferably in the sciences";
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[in "National University of Health Sciences (NUHS)" (2009)]
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"[naturopathy schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] National University of Health Sciences has set standards of educational excellence in health career education since 1906 [...] NUHS's naturopathic medicine program offers a rigorous and academically challenging curriculum that blends a thorough scientific foundation with comprehensive training in naturopathic treatments [...] learn more about National University of Health Sciences";
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[in Naturopathic Medical School E-Newsletter" (2009-01, issue 22)]
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"the Obama-Biden plan has committed to supporting scientific research [...] having a solid science major such as chemistry should academically prepare you for entry into one of the accredited ND schools. Upon entering medical school, the typical ND student has earned a bachelor of science degree";
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"at National University of Health Sciences, we offer a challenging academic environment based on principles we believe will produce the best and brightest naturopathic physicians [...] they are trained to employ the broadest possible range of evidence-based treatment options' [...] James F. Winterstein, DC, President National University of Health Sciences";
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"a second-generation naturopathic physician, Dr. D’Adamo took his father’s blood type diet discovery to the next level in both scientific research and in practice";
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[in "UBCNM Increases Efforts in Integrated Medical Care" (2009-12)]
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"the University of Bridgeport School of Naturopathic Medicine is one of the AANMC schools [...] UBCNM has partnered with St. Vincent’s Medical Center [...per] Dr. David M. Brady [is] vice provost of the University of Bridgeport Health Sciences Division [...] UBCNM professors' research published [...] UBCNM’s Dr. Jody NoĆ© recently authored an article [...in] Integrative Cancer Therapies [...] ICT is the first journal to spearhead and focus on a new and growing movement in cancer treatment, a movement that emphasizes the scientific understanding of alternative medicine [...] UBCNM faculty member, Dr. Jared Skowron, will also be published this month. Fundamentals of Naturopathic Pediatrics [...] is a reference text for diagnostics and treatment of common pediatric conditions [...] it documents the scientific proof that natural remedies have been studied and are a safe and effective option when treating children [...] Coquina Deger.  Managing Editor, AANMC.  www.AANMC.org.";
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"[naturopathy schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] all of the AANMC-member schools ND programs require a base of undergraduate science courses";
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"which classes or literature would be helpful prior to enrollment in a naturopathic physician program? A: for a basic science foundation and overall exposure to help prepare you for naturopathic medical studies, consider the following [...] earn a bachelor’s degree, preferably with a pre-medical or other science major [...] Q: what is the education of a naturopathic physician like? A: [...] students are educated in all of the same basic sciences as an MD or DO as well as the latest advances in science [...] Q: what do ND students learn about practicing conventional, allopathic medicine? A: ND students are educated in the same basic sciences and pharmacology, drug/herb/vitamin interaction and contraction (wound healing) as allopathic medical students. Some AANMC-member schools require more hours of basic and clinical science than many top allopathic medical schools [...] Q: what academic prerequisites are required to enter naturopathic medical school? A: prior to admission into a naturopathic medicine programs, the typical entering ND student has completed three years of pre-medical training and earned a bachelor of science degree [...] Q: why doesn’t the AANMC represent any online programs? [...] naturopathic medical students at accredited ND colleges study the same core medical sciences as MD students [...] today’s naturopathic physicians [...] a healing paradigm founded on a rational balance of tradition, science and respect for nature [...] diagnoses and therapeutics are increasingly supported by scientific evidence [...] ND graduates [...can] go on to become research scientists";
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[in "Association of Accredited Naturopathic Medical Colleges (AANMC) Washington, DC" (2008)]
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"the ND student population is comprised of 77% females, a much higher percentage than typical for most medical and health science programs [...] Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians (OncANP) – www.oncanp.org offers information and resources to advance the philosophy, science, and practice of naturopathic oncology [...] mean science GPA: 3.46 [...] another U.S. school – National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) in Lombard, Ill. – is expected to be applying for accreditation for its new naturopathic medicine program in the upcoming year";
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"today’s naturopathic doctors [...] their diagnoses and therapeutics are science-based and increasingly evidence-based [...ND schools include] National University of Health Sciences";
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"ND student population is comprised of 77% females, a much higher percentage than typical for most medical and health science programs [...] the philosophy, science, and practice of naturopathic oncology [...] fall 2007 entering class [...] mean science GPA: 3.46 [...] another U.S. school – National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) in Lombard, Ill. – attained candidacy status for accreditation for its new naturopathic medicine program in 2008";
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"naturopathic medical education in the United States and Canada occurs in four major phases: [#1] undergraduate education [...] all programs generally recommending a bachelor’s degree in pre-medicine or the natural sciences [...#4] naturopathic physicians also participate in continuing education programs offered by professional associations and scientific societies [...] the resident may [...] develop understanding of / participate in clinical, basic science or other research [...] residents must participate in some scholarly activities that promote a spirit of inquiry, scholarship, and critical thinking such as discussions, rounds, study clubs, presentations, conferences and local, regional or national professional associations and scientific societies [...] how much are residents involved in scholarly activity (discussions, rounds, study clubs, presentations, conferences, meetings of professional associations and scientific societies)";
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"the most important consideration for choosing your undergraduate major will be the science component, as most ND admissions advisors look for a strong science background in their incoming students. A pre-med track could be beneficial, though not required. Entry requirements vary slightly with each ND school, with the undergrad science requirements weighing heavier with some than others [...] the academic path you've described, with either of the licenses/certifications you mention [physical therapy, physician assistant], should well prepare you for naturopathic doctor (ND) studies. The courses you take along the way will give you the basic science foundation you'll need [...] naturopathic medical students study the same core medical sciences as MD students";
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"[naturopathy schools include] National University of Health Sciences [...] Bastyr University. Message from the President [Daniel K. Church (PhD ?)]. 'Bastyr University continues to champion science-based natural medicine'";
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"BINM also offers a science preparatory program for mature student applicants from various backgrounds";
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[in "Naturopathic Medical School E-Newsletter" (issue 2, 2005-07)]
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"naturopathic doctors (NDs)  [...] they're making ground-breaking contributions to science, research, politics and the advancement of the profession";
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"naturopathic medicine students learn to treat all aspects of family health and wellness, from pediatrics to geriatrics. They attend four-year graduate-level programs at accredited institutions, where they are educated in the same basic sciences as allopathic [!] physicians [...] during their first two years of study, the curriculum focuses on basic and clinical sciences [...] some member schools in the AANMC actually require more hours of basic and clinical science than many top allopathic [!] medical schools [...] students of naturopathic medicine use the Western medical sciences as a foundation";
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"all of the ND programs of AANMC-member schools require a base of undergraduate science courses";
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"Bastyr University. Message from the President [Thomas C. Shepard]. Bastyr University continues to advance science-based medicine [...] the natural health sciences that integrate mind, body, spirit and nature";
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"Bastyr University: one of the world's leading academic centers for advancing knowledge in the natural health sciences";
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"naturopathic physicians cooperate with all other branches of medical science";
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[in "AANMC 2-Minute E-News: NCNM Students Promote Naturopathic Medicine on National Stage" (2010-07)]
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"American Medical Student Association (AMSA) [and] NCNM students are making an impact on a national level [...] for the association's recent 60th annual convention [...] NCNM faculty member Rich Barrett, ND, and noted homeopathy lecturer Dana Ullman, MPH [...presented] Evidence-Based Naturopathic and Homeopathic Medicine. The two presenters were able to address a large audience of medical students, further educating the larger medical community about the benefits of naturopathic medicine, and how it can and does work in concert with all other branches of medical science";
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[in "Naturopathic Physician FAQ" (2007)]
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"do NDs base their diagnoses and treatments primarily on ancient healing practices or on current medical and scientific break-throughs, or both? [...] do NDs typically find positions in alternative medicine clinics, or follow other health-related career paths? Some ND grads choose to work in integrative or private practice clinics, while some establish and operate their own private practices. Others go on to become research scientists [...] do NDs base their diagnoses and treatments primarily on ancient healing practices or on current medical and scientific break-throughs, or both? Today’s naturopathic physicians artfully blend modern, cutting-edge diagnostic and therapeutic procedures with ancient and traditional methods. These physicians are succeeding in their goal to present the world with a healing paradigm founded on a rational balance of tradition, science and respect for nature [...] their diagnoses and therapeutics are increasingly supported by scientific evidence [...] what academic prerequisites are required to enter naturopathic medical school? For admission into most naturopathic medicine programs, students must have completed three years of pre-medical training and earned a bachelor of science degree. Learn more about specific recommended prerequisite courses [...] what do ND students learn about allopathic medicine? ND students are educated in the same basic sciences and pharmacology, drug/herb/vitamin interaction and contraction as allopathic medical students. Some AANMC member schools require more hours of basic and clinical science than many top allopathic medical schools";
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[in "Naturopathic Medical School E-Newsletter" (2007-01, issue 11) (2007)]
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"did you know that scientific researchers conducted hundreds of exciting naturopathic studies in 2006?";
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"licensed naturopathic physicians have attended four-year professional-level programs at accredited institutions, where they have been educated in the same basic sciences as allopathic physicians. Some AANMC member schools require more hours of basic and clinical science than many top allopathic medical schools. During their first two years of study, the curriculum focuses on basic and clinical sciences [...] students of naturopathic medicine use the Western medical sciences as a foundation";
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[in "8 - Naturopathic Profiles" (2014)]
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"[the naturopathy school chapter from 'The Princeton Review's Best 168 Medical Schools' (ISBN 0375765662, 2007); there are 45 instances of the root 'scien'] Bastyr University [...] Bastyr's naturopathic doctoral (ND) program educates future physicians in the tradition of medical science and the art of natural healing [...] the school does this by providing a comprehensive understanding of the basic medical sciences [...] Bastyr's mission is as follows: we educate future leaders in the natural health sciences that integrate mind, body, spirit, and nature [...] students also have access to the nearby University of Washington Health Sciences Libraries [...] basic sciences: during the first two years of the program, students receive a thorough foundation in the basic medical sciences [...] basic science courses within the program emphasize anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry as the foundation for further basic science and all chemical [typo, should be 'clinical'] courses [...] problem-solving, clinical cases, and examples are an integral part of the basic science curriculum [...] Bastyr University's natural health science campus is located in Kenmore, just north of Seattle in the beautiful Pacific Northwest [p.388...] the Bastyr campus setting is uniquely suited for the study of natural health sciences [...] admissions requirements (Required): science GPA, nonscience GPA [p.389...] Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine [...] hours of instruction are divided among the five basic categories of courses [...] they include the following: clinical science [...] health sciences [...] basic sciences: anatomy, biochemistry, diagnostic imaging, differential diagnosis, infectious disease, laboratory diagnosis, neuroanatomy, oncology, pathology, physical clinical diagnosis, physiology [p.390...] and science prerequisites [p.391...] the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine [...] basic science: this area of the program consists of courses in anatomy, biochemistry, histopathology immunology, microbiology, and physiology. Development of problem solving skills in applied basic life sciences is done through lecture, case discussion, tutorial groups, and clinical simulations [p.392...] admissions requirements (required): science GPA [...] nonscience GPA [...] the Body Mind Science (BMS) Resources is CCNM's on-campus textbook and medical supply store [p.393...] National College of Naturopathic Medicine [...] basic sciences; the basic science courses involve an in-depth study of the human body's structure and function, from the gross anatomical to the microscopic arid molecular levels [...] these courses in naturopathic clinical sciences present the naturopathic perspective on diagnosis and prevention and treatment of disease by system and region [p.394...] admissions requirements (required): science GPA, nonscience GPA [...] historically, many great physicians have had skills and creative abilities reaching far beyond the scope of science and medicine [...] and social sciences [p.395...] Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine [...] students are educated in the same basic sciences as MDs [...] basic sciences: SCNM's curriculum features several required courses in every naturopathic modality [...including] homeopathy [...] they apply the scientific knowledge acquired in the academies study to real-life clinical cases [p.396...] admissions requirements (required): science GPA, nonscience GPA [p.397...] University of Bridgeport College Of Naturopathic Medicine [...] the school provides comprehensive natural health care through the Integrated Health Science Center [...] basic sciences: the first two years of the program focus on basic science courses such as anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, histology, microbiology, embryology, pathology, research methods, public health, clinical and laboratory diagnosis, counseling, nutrition, and history and philosophy of naturopathic medicine. These basic science courses are the foundation of clinical education and training at UBCNM [...] students receive their clinical training at the university's own Health Science Center [p.398...] being a part of the large university, naturopathic students at the University of Bridgeport are always involved in activities with other programs within UB or within the Division of Health Sciences programs which includes naturopathic medicine, chiropractic, the Acupuncture Institute, human nutrition, and dental hygiene [...] all science courses must be completed within the last seven years [...] admissions requirements (required): science GPA, nonscience GPA [p.399]";
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