CCNM has added a new program to its curriculum that gives students expanded training in gynecological procedures. Designed by associate professor Cheryl Proctor, RMT, ND, the program has been added to the third-year course line-up. CCNM’s school of continuing education also now offers a certificate course in clinical epidemiology. CCNM recognizes the growing demand for evidence-based research in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) within today’s interconnected, complex and dynamic health care landscape. The naturopathic college plans to meet this demand, adapt to change and equip Canadian health care practitioners with the tools of success.
The Council on Naturopathic Medical Education (CNME) has certified the naturopathic residency program at Bastyr Center for Natural Health.
National College of Natural Medicine established the first CNME-certified residency program, which has 25 one- and two-year residency opportunities around the country, including placements with organizations such as:
The California Board of Acupuncture has approved the master of science in Oriental medicine (MSOM) program at NCNM, now allowing MSOM graduates to sit for the California acupuncture licensing exam.