Dr. Angela Senders talks about integrative medicine and NCNM’s newest degree program: “First class begins NCNM master degree program in integrative mental health.”
NCNM alumna Dr. Melissa Berry (’08) took an unconventional route to naturopathic success. Her strategy to fund a research and healing center is featured in “Missionary Chocolates prepares for international take-off.”
NCNM’s CCM Faculty Karin Parramore, MSOM (’12), and alumna Azure Karli, ND (’03), weigh in on the use of essential oils in medical treatment in “Essential oil users debate medicinal use.”
NCNM Assistant Professor Megan Golani advises writer Martha Wagner about the “Anti-Inflammatory Diet: The Benefits and the Best Foods to Eat.”
NCNM Makes the Top Colleges & Universities List in Oregon & SW Washington again this year.
Malea MacOdrum, ND, MSOM (’14) is featured in the Trib’s monthly Health section in “Fighting Fatigue,” a look at how Portland-area physicians are addressing chronic fatigue syndrome.
In his series of articles on Oregon’s annual open enrollment insurance coverage period, reporter Nick Budnick offers this take on “Oregon health insurance tricky for alternative health.”
Associate Dean and OANP President Carrie Baldwin-Sayre, ND, talks to reporter Diane Lund-Muzikant about the OANP Health Net lawsuit in “Naturopaths Face Legal Challenge from Health Net.”
A Win-Win for Oregon: Naturopathic Doctors as Primary Care Providers Naturopathic doctors who absolutely meet the standards of care as required by the state are an underutilized resource and diagnose and treat the entire gamut of conditions.
NCNM alum Emily Hedberg Hanger, MSOM, is the subject of an article in the Stauton, Virginia Gannet paper, “Healing Mind and Body with Ancient Chinese Philosophy.”