According to the World Health Organization, global health is the health of populations in a global context and transcends the perspectives and concerns of individual nations. Naturopathic and traditional medicine, in essence, is global health at its core. At NCNM, global health is taught in all of our courses, as we pull from cultural traditions that have been passed on for centuries.
While working within ancient traditions, NCNM also works within a modern context, through incorporating cultural competency in a variety of courses. Taking a step beyond this, the Master of Science in Integrative Medicine Research program offers global health experiences in order to facilitate the physical transcendence of borders in expanding global health.
Global Health Projects
2013 Global Health Experience: Trip to Tanzania
NCNM Master of Science in Integrative Medicine Research students traveled summer 2013 with Dean Heather Zwickey to Tanzania in order to learn how research is conducted internationally. Additionally, Dean Zwickey is leading a research trip to Uganada and Rwanda.
Follow the Journey: Read the letters from Tanzania & Uganda