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NCNM & the News

Media coverage of the college, our alums and natural medicine stories making headlines.
The Office of Media Relations compiles news stories about NCNM; its students, faculty, administration and alumni. For more information, call our office at 503.552.1504.

Feb 19 2015 Portland Tribune

Dr. Amy Bader, a member of the NCNM clinical faculty, advises readers that "Staying Active is Key to Managing Diabetes" in the weekly paper's health section.

Feb 19 2015 Natural Practitioner

Natural Practitioner magazine reports that NCNM’s past Dean of Naturopathic Medicine, Dr. Rita Bettenburg, was awarded the prestigious 2014 Living Legend award.

Feb 13 2015 Metro News

Metro News posts story on NCNM and the Southwest Corridor Plan: "Island no more? NCNM seeks to reconnect with South Portland neighborhood."

Feb 10 2015 Portland Tribune

The Portland Tribune reports on the impact of the Metro Southwest Corridor Plan on NCNM in: "Route proposal would allow better access to NCNM campus."

Feb 06 2015 Mother Earth News

Jill Edwards, ND ('07), does a Q&A for Mother Earth News: "Interview with Homebirth Midwife Jill Edwards."

Jan 30 2015 Portland Business Journal

Portland Business Journal reports on NCNM's master plan in "Portland's College of Natural Medicine's 20-year master plan includes 'outdoor library' with permaculture."

Jan 15 2015 OPB

OPB’s “Think Out Loud” host Dave Miller interviews OANP Board Director (and NCNM graduate) Jeff Clark, ND, along with Oregon Health Co-op CEO Ralph Prows for their views concerning the Affordable Care Act and its mandate for insurance plans to include coverage for naturopathic physicians—and how that requirement is playing out in Oregon.

Jan 15 2015 Portland Monthly Magazine

National College of Natural Medicine salutes its faculty and graduates who were listed in Portland Monthly magazine’s annual “Top Docs” issue, on newsstands this month.

Jan 04 2015 Epoch Times

The Healing Warmth of Moxibustion,” examines the healing power of moxibustion and why it’s been slow to catch on with Western practitioners of Chinese medicine. Daniel Silver, LAc, adjunct faculty the School of Classical Chinese Medicine contributes to the article.