In Memoriam: Joshua Berry, ND

Joshua Berry, ND Class of 1998 Dr. Joshua Berry died Feb. 2, 2010, of glioblastoma. He opened his family practice, Hawleyville Naturopathic Medical Center, in Newton, Connecticut, where he focused on pediatrics and family care. Dr. Berry had a passion and gift for working with children. He devoted his life to helping others as a …

In Memoriam: Suzanne C. Lawton

Jan 26, 2010 — Suzanne C. Lawton, ND Class of 1998 Dr. Suzanne Lawton died peacefully Jan. 26, 2010, from uterine cancer. After graduation, Dr. Lawton opened a practice in Tigard, Oregon, where she treated both children and adults with Asperger Syndrome. She also continued to study and practice classical homeopathy, leading study groups and workshops on practical home …

December 12, 2009 | The Oregonian

Dec 15, 2009 — People highlight: Dr. Rita Bettenburg, dean of the School of Naturopathic Medicine at National College of Natural Medicine, has been appointed president of the Council on Naturopathic Medical Education.

NCNM Dean Named President of Council on Naturopathic Medical Education

Dec 14, 2009 — Accrediting Agency Sets Standards for Naturopathic Medicine Education CONTACT: Marilynn Considine Ofc:  (503) 552-1504 Cell: (503) 896-6487 mconsidine@ncnm.edu PORTLAND, Ore. (Dec. 14, 2009)—Dr. Rita Bettenburg, dean of the School of Naturopathic Medicine at National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM), has been appointed president of the Council on Naturopathic Medical Education (CNME). The CNME is the …

In Memoriam: Anna MacIntosh

Dec 13, 2009 — Anna MacIntosh, PhD, ND Class of 1989 “(NCNM)…taught everything I ever wanted to learn.” —Dr. Anna MacIntosh Dr. Anna MacIntosh passed away quietly on Dec. 13, 2009, after a long battle with ovarian cancer. She was the first dean of NUNM’s research department and one of the first naturopathic physicians appointed to serve on the …

December 9, 2009 | The Oregonian

Dec 9, 2009 — Some find help with Chinese exercise. Qigong: The ancient practice addresses inner balance plus body and mind health. Dr. Laurie Regan, professor and dean of the School of Classical Chinese Medicine at NCNM is quoted.