AANMC member institutions strongly recommend that all members of their communities, particularly those working or learning in a clinical setting, receive COVID-19 vaccination as soon as it becomes available to them. The emerging evidence on COVID-19 vaccinations and treatments is being closely monitored, and all AANMC members support adhering to federal/state/provincial/territorial government and public health agency guidelines for healthcare providers and academic institutions.
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.
Many people are actively experiencing trauma and stress related to racism, social injustice and the global health pandemic. Additionally, these experiences may trigger those with existing PTSD. Join the AANMC and Drs. Radley Ramdhan and Teri Davis to learn how you can support your patients and yourself during these trying times.
As the summer comes to an end, we look back on Bastyr’s many accomplishments: ND Mini Camp, students making a difference, new graduates, and community care sites that are essential to Bastyr’s vision. Learn how Bastyr continues to make significant contributions within its local, regional, and national medical communities.
The Naturopathic Medical Student Association becomes the unified voice of naturopathic medical students at the planning tables of the profession while bringing educational and revitalizing events to the individual campuses. Learn more about what the NMSA is and has to offer for students.
“The sky is the limit with naturopathic medicine. You really can choose any path you like.” Dr. Jaquel Patterson shares what drove her decision to become a licensed naturopathic physician and her road to success.
Being hands-on is an important part of the Naturopathic Doctors Training process here at Boucher, and patient diversity is also what makes our training unique. That is why, in addition to our onsite teaching clinic, our student clinicians have the opportunity to operate out of our four external community clinics across BC.