Distinguished Past Administrators Honored by NCNM

Jul 10, 2009 — PORTLAND, Ore. (July 10, 2009)—National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) conferred honorary doctorate degrees during the college’s recent commencement ceremony to a founding member of the NCNM Board of Directors, Gerald Farnsworth, DC, ND, and to NCNM President Emeritus, William J. Keppler, PhD.

NCNM Campus Update – July 7, 2009

Jul 7, 2009 — NCNM, otherwise known as “Portland’s Best-Kept Secret,” can soon retire that longtime label. The campus is moving at warp speed toward an exciting—and “friendly”—future. June brought many dramatic changes at the new NCNM Clinic work site and clinic staff is still right on track for its Aug. 18-24 move-in dates.

July 6, 2009 | Energy Times

Jul 6, 2009 — Go for the Glow – proper nutrition inside and out protects your skin from summer sun. Dr. Amy Bader, NCNM adjunct faculty, is quoted.

In Memoriam: Cecilia Mamby Hart

Jun 20, 2009 — Cecilia Mamby Hart, ND Class of 2004 “The ability to meet special needs also presents opportunities for greater interaction.” —Dr. Cecilia Hart Dr. Cecilia Hart passed away on June 20, 2009. She was medical director of the Berkeley Integrative & Naturopathic Medical Group in Berkeley, California, and a professor at Bauman College of Holistic Nutrition …

June 17, 2009 | Everyday Health

Jun 17, 2009 — Heather Zwickey, PhD, director of NCNM’s Helfgott Research Institute is featured in two article on liver cancer treatment: “Liver Cancer-Tips to Beat Fatigue” and “A Diet for Liver Cancer Patients.”

June 5, 2009 | KATU News

Jun 5, 2009 — Dr. Heather Zwickey, Director of NCNM Helfgott Research Institute is interviewed in "Childhood Vaccines."

Oregon Legislature Passes Naturopathic Formulary Bill

Jun 2, 2009 — PORTLAND, Ore. (June 2, 2009)—Oregon lawmakers today passed Senate Bill 327, expanding the prescribing authority for the state’s approximately 650 licensed naturopathic physicians. In addition to the list of naturally-derived drugs that have long been on the naturopathic formulary, Senate Bill 327 will permit naturopathic doctors to prescribe common primary care pharmaceuticals that are synthetically derived. The passage is seen as a major win for Oregonians, who face a growing shortage of primary care physicians, particularly in the rural and underserved areas of the state.

May 31, 2009 | The Oregonian

May 31, 2009 — Acupuncture Career Offers Many Rewards. Story features 2004 NCNM alumnae Brenda Harris, LAc, and Dr. Laurie Regan, dean of NCNM’s School of Classical Chinese Medicine.