Healthcare Perspectives

Discussing the Healthcare Significance of Mind-Body Medicine with Saybrook University President Mark Schulman, PhD

by Natural Medicine Journal
12-01-2010 
Mark Schulman, PhD, currently serves as president of Saybrook University, a premier graduate institution for humanistic studies in psychology, mind-body medicine, organizational systems, leadership, and human science.

Consortium Supports Naturopathic Residency Opportunities

by Matt Plavnick
10-01-2010 
Dedicated to increasing postgraduate residency and training opportunities for naturopathic doctors, NERC work has been with clinics across the country to provide official residencies for naturopathic physicians since 2005. Founded by Tori Hudson, ND, and Margaret Beeson, ND, NERC partners with clinics from Maine to Hawaii to create one- and two-year residency opportunities for new naturopathic doctors (NDs).

Overview of the 25th Anniversary Convention of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians

by Karolyn A. Gazella
09-01-2010 
According to AANP President Carl Hangee-Bauer, ND, LAc, the sessions featured information that provoked thought and also provided practical pearls that clinicians can use the first day back in the office.

Naturopathic Residency Program Advances Integrative Training

by Matt Plavnick
07-01-2010 
As STAIR residents become familiar with the nuts and bolts of running a naturopathic clinic, their involvement also closes the divide between naturopathic and conventional medicine. Brown points out that the STAIR Program "builds a bridge between naturopathic and conventional medicine that creates opportunities for enhancing patient-centered healthcare."

Confronting Cancer: A Report From the 17th International Symposium on Functional Medicine

by Karolyn A. Gazella
06-01-2010 
The United States Census Bureau projects that between 2000 and 2030 the number of Americans 65 years old or older will double. The aging of our population, combined with many other factors, will likely contribute to a corresponding increase in serious illnesses such as cancer.