NUNM Naturopathic Students Tapped for Oregon Scholarship Program

PORTLAND, Oregon —The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) has awarded National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM) a biennial grant of $250,000 to provide educational scholarships for a select group of naturopathic medical students through the Scholars for a Healthy Oregon Naturopathic Physicians Opportunities (SHONPO) program. Upon graduation, the student recipients agree to provide healthcare services as …

Global Health Students Go to Ghana, West Africa

Jan 17, 2019 — Every year NUNM offers several Global Health trips to different developing nations across the world.  Students in the Master of Science in Global Health (MScGH) program must participate in at least one Global Health Experience course, and all NUNM students are welcome to enroll as well. Abena Tuson-Turner, ND, MS and trip leader, recounts their …

Oregon Health Authority Awards SHONPO Scholarships to NUNM Students

Jan 10, 2019 — Yesterday, the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) awarded four “Scholars for a Healthy Oregon-Naturopathic Physicians Opportunities” (SHONPO) scholarships at a reception held for NUNM student award winners. Congratulations to naturopathic doctoral students Kelsey Barnett, Drea Bustamante, Maya Rios, and LaKota Scott. This year the OHA is providing educational funding of $112,000 to be split among the …

Global Health Trip – Karen Village

Jan 8, 2019 — Every year NUNM offers several Global Health trips to different developing nations across the world.  Students in the Master of Science in Global Health (MScGH) program must participate in at least one Global Health Experience course, and all NUNM students are welcome to enroll as well. Heather Zwickey, PhD and trip leader, recounts their time at …

Global Health Trip – Chai Lai Orchid

Every year NUNM offers several Global Health trips to different developing nations across the world.  Students in the Master of Science in Global Health (MScGH) program must participate in at least one Global Health Experience course, and all NUNM students are welcome to enroll as well. Heather Zwickey, PhD and trip leader, recounts their time at …

Non-Insertive Acupuncture with Bob Quinn, DAOM, LAc

Most people think of needles when the word acupuncture is mentioned. However, there are many other forms of acupuncture where no needles are used, including non-insertive treatments.  Bob Quinn takes us through the methodology and mechanics of the non-insertive facial treatment, discussing other tools used for acupuncture. Quinn teaches this method to students in the Chinese …

Webinar: MD to ND – Changing Careers with Dr. Shehab El-Hashemy

Jan 7, 2019 — Are you debating between a traditional medical degree (MD) vs. a naturopathic medicine doctorate (ND)? Or are you considering pivoting your career and focusing on natural therapies and modalities for treating your patients? Join the Association of Accredited Naturopathic Medical Colleges (AANMC) webinar featuring our very own Dr. Shehab El-Hashemy, Dean of the College of …

How Diet Affects Mental Health with Alumna, Julie Marks

Jan 2, 2019 — “When we’re eating well we’re supporting our overall general health,” Julie Marks, M.S., a nutritionist and graduate of the Master’s of Science in Nutrition program at NUNM, tells KATU2 News. Julie works as the nutrition coordinator at NUNM’s Food as Medicine Institute. Watch Julie on discuss the link between diet and mental health.