Leadership Blog Series – Finding Inspiration at the AANP/NMSA Conference

Finding Inspiration at the AANP/NMSA Conference   Our August blog post was written by Valerie Kremer, 3rd year, Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, NMSA president-elect. She reflects on what it means to attend our Annual conference and connect with our greater community and purpose in Naturopathic Medicine.   Over 450 licensed naturopathic doctors and naturopathic […]

2018 NMSA Annual Conference: Roots to Shoots

This year will be the 15th annual NMSA conference, held in San Diego. “Roots to Shoots” will be the theme of the conference, where discussions and talks will be held around practicing within the full scope of the naturopathic medical practice, safety and efficacy, and more. The conferences of the NMSA and the AANP will […]

2018-19 NMSA Board of Directors

The NMSA Welcomes the 2018-19 International Executive Board of Directors   (PORTLAND, OR.) May 14th, 2018— Every May, current NMSA members elect a new board, whose term begins the following July 1st. After a week of online elections, the Naturopathic Medical Student Association (NMSA), the student-governed non-profit representing North American naturopathic physicians-in-training, is excited to […]

Leadership Blog Series – Naturopathic Medicine Needs More Students and Doctors of Color

Welcome to our leadership blog series! This month, Khaleed Alston-the International Board’s VP of Development-discusses the under-representation of Black people in the field of healthcare, and his own thoughts and personal experiences as a Black male studying naturopathic medicine. Naturopathic Medicine Needs More Students & Doctors of Color This past weekend Portland State University hosted […]

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.  It is a trip that […]

DC FLI (DC Federal Legislative Initiative) – AANP

Held annually in April, the AANP leadership training in Washington, D.C., which culminates in a lobby day on Capitol Hill, will hone your leadership skills, increase your lobbying effectiveness, and give you the opportunity to advocate for the changing face of health care. This is your time to shine! Your participation is essential to federal recognition in EVERY health-care reform initiative.

Leadership Blog Series – Psychoneuroimmunology and Depression

Welcome back to our leadership blog series! This month, your NMSA President, Brice Thompson, writes to you regarding a special research interest of his:   Psychoneuroimmunology and Depression How our mental health can directly impact our physical health. Depression is one of the most common chief complaints that the primary care physician will manage. It […]

Press Release – 2018 NMSA Public Policy Fellows

The NMSA welcomes Valerie Kremer of CCNM and Aubrey Corbett of NUNM as the Public Policy Fellows of 2018. (PORTLAND, OR.) January 22nd, 2018—The Naturopathic Medical Student Association (NMSA), the student-governed non-profit representing North American naturopathic physicians-in-training, would like to warmly congratulate second-year student Valerie Kremer of CCNM, and third-year student Aubrey Corbett of NUNM—our […]

Hale’s Ales Fundraiser – Bastyr University, Kenmore

Join us for a night of food, drinks, and networking between students and practicing doctors. Your ticket will include entry to the event, a free drink voucher (first 100 through the door), and the opportunity to hear this year’s selected Panelists talk about future job opportunities for naturopathic physicians.

This is our largest student-centered naturopathic networking event of the year! Doors open at 7:00pm on Friday the 26th.

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 empty stomach, reader should expect […]