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Leadership Blog Series – Jamaican Me Grateful

Leadership Blog Series – Jamaican Me Grateful

Welcome to our leadership blog series! This month, Randall Block-the Chief Financial Officer for the NMSA’s International Board-tells us about his life changing experiences in Jamaica.
Jamaican Me Grateful
I spent the past week in Jamaica with friends, colleagues, and professors from the University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine.

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Leadership Blog Series – On Being a Foodie

Leadership Blog Series – On Being a Foodie

Our January blog post is written by Mario Tarasco, a fourth year student and the Chapter President at NUNM. His piece talks about his experience as a ‘foodie’, accessibility, “minty things”, and a recipe is provided!
Warning: This article discusses food to a great extent – if reading on an

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Leadership Blog Series – Patterns

Leadership Blog Series – Patterns

Last month, the NMSA’s VP of Membership, Thomas Macsay reflected on how patterns play a role in our daily lives, and how they impact our new years resolutions. Here is his blog piece:
Patterns
It’s that time of the year when we all seem to be a bit more reminiscent,

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Leadership Blog Series – Preceptorship

Leadership Blog Series – Preceptorship

Preceptorship
Tips from a fourth year naturopathic medical student
Docere-doctor as teacher. It is one of our main principles of naturopathic medicine. Most commonly, we associate this aspect of nature cure with patient education; empowering individuals with the knowledge to help them heal themselves. But docere, in its fullest form,

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Perspectives from a soon-to-be ND – Lydia Peters

Perspectives from a soon-to-be ND – Lydia Peters

It’s April 2017 and exactly four years ago I was making my final decision about which naturopathic school I would attend. As I am contemplating the past few years of long studying hours, interesting clinical cases, patient stories, and the community we’ve developed at Bastyr University, many thoughts about our

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