MILWAUKEE, WI, August 3, 2017 –With a clear goal of “moving forward while maintaining our roots,” the Naturopathic Medical Student Association (NMSA) made an impact at this year’s conference held in concert with the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians event on July 12-15 in Phoenix, AZ. More than 100 students registered for the NMSA conference, which featured a powerful line-up of naturopathic leaders sharing their wisdom and knowledge.
“ We were extremely impressed by the content of this year’s conference and thrilled to support this exceptional organization of dedicated students and faculty,” said Eric Hamilton, Vice President of QuinTron Instrument Company, a key sponsor of the event. Hamilton also accepted the Sponsor of the Year award given to QuinTron by NMSA President Brittany Krake.
Diverse topics were covered at this year’s conference by a respected group of speakers including:
- The Heart-Brain Connection by Robert Kachko, ND, LAc
- Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth by Danielle Lewis, NMD
- The Gut is the Root of the Tree by Margaret “Maggi” Beeson, ND
- Cardiology in Primary Naturopathic Practice by Thomas Kruzel, ND
- Women’s Health by Tori Hudson, ND
- The Business of Medicine by Nicole Ortiz, ND
- How to Avoid Burnout by Tyna Moore, ND, DC
This year’s conference theme—The Future of Medicine—ideally coincided with the organization’s mission which is to provide innovative resources and knowledge to help prepare naturopathic medical students to become successful physicians.
Synergy CME Resource Group, Inc. helped organize the conference. “It was exciting to see the NMSA community come together to explore current resources that help deepen the organization’s traditional roots while celebrating the role of naturopathic medicine in healthcare,” said Audra Mehan, DC, who is the Director of CME with Synergy. “We were honored to be a part of this year’s conference.”
NMSA is the unified professional voice of naturopathic medical students from across North America. They advocate for naturopathic students and provide them with tools and resources to help ensure their future success.
The Naturopathic Medical Student Association (NMSA) is an international, student-governed 501(c)3 non-profit organization established to support naturopathic medical students at accredited schools in the USA and Canada. They provide educational resources and increased access to information on how to succeed in our future careers as healthcare professionals. For more information, visit naturopathicstudent.org.
About Synergy CME Resource Group, Inc.
Synergy CME Resource Group is an independent, nonprofit, medical organization dedicated to the development and presentation of continuing medical education programs designed for physicians and other healthcare professionals. The mission of Synergy CME Resource Group is to improve public health by supporting the creation and provision of educational opportunities meant to advance the skills and knowledge of physicians and other healthcare professionals. In addition, Synergy CME Resource Group operates in the pursuit of broadening the array of educational programs for medical subspecialties that are currently being underserved or overlooked. More information can be found at http://www.synergycmegroup.com/.
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