What is Alzheimer’s Disease? Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that causes dementia and is especially common among aging populations. 1 2 The disease is characterized by neuro-inflammation, blood-brain …
Dr. Masahiro Takakura took an interest in sports medicine early in his career. He began working for the MLB Seattle Mariners team as a full-time medical practitioner, and has traveled with the team since 2013. This experience with team sports led him to be a huge believer in the team concept.
Gratitude is a social skill that can improve relationships at home, work, and in everyday encounters. Research also suggests that it may lead to improved psychological and physical health. Learn how you can develop an attitude of gratitude through mindfulness and practice.
The Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine is committed to the health and safety of students, staff, and community. Since closing the campus doors in March due to COVID-19, BINM quickly transitioned to remote learning. Following safety protocols, select students have been invited back on campus to complete the practical portions of classes.
There are a number of qualities that have been attributed to success as a physician and health care provider. When you look across the caregiving professions, while the expression of practice may differ, there is common ground in many of the core competencies needed as a successful practitioner. The naturopathic medical colleges promote these qualities in each of their graduates. But don’t take our word for it, read it in our graduates’ own words.
That which is not flexible, breaks.
Flexibility and resilience are the mantra for 2020 here at AANMC. One of the benefits of being a smaller professional community is our ability to implement changes quickly, assess what is working and adjust accordingly.
Addressing and resolving diversity, equity and inclusion issues on AANMC member campuses is vital to the short and long-term viability of our academic institutions and naturopathic-wide professional health. Systemic racism, and conscious and unconscious bias harm campus and healthcare communities and ultimately negatively impact the quality of patient care all doctors provide.