By Tara Zwicker – If you’ve been at an accredited Naturopathic Medical school for any length of time, you’ve likely heard whispers of needing a black book, but what exactly is this mysterious tome? Simply put, a black book is a self-made database of medical conditions, naturopathic and conventional treatments, and most importantly, clinical pearls gathered throughout your clinical training and beyond. There is no one ‘right way’ to compile or organize your black book, as it will be as individualized as you are, but in this blog, we will go over some basics to get you started.
When we are so used to having a routine and the separation of school and home, it can be really difficult to adapt to distanced learning (I know I really struggled with adapting). So, since a majority of classes are online for many students, I thought it would be helpful to share some of my best study tips for at home learning!
Welcome to our leadership blog series! This month Carlee Kamar, NMSA Chapter President at Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine in New Westminster, British Columbia, shares some pearls on how reiki […]
N-of-1: Clinical Case Reports is a new journal from Whole Systems Research Institute, a research collaborative aimed at supporting the holistic, systems-based research initiatives of Whole Systems Healthcare. Our goal is to […]