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NPLEX 2 Prep Course

May 8, 2014 to May 10, 2014

CCNM, Online
Open to: 
Fourth Year Students
Early bird deadline: 
May 9, 2014
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Course description

Date: April 6, 2014
Time: Sunday 9am - Noon (3 hours)
Location: CCNM
Instructor: Dr. Paul Anderson
Fee: FREE*
*Please register for the FREE Study Strategies & Info Session on the follow page. Those who have already registered for the full course need not re-register for the info session.
Date: May 8 - Asian Medicine Review
May 9 - Manipulation Review
May 10 - Dr. ANDERSON'S ON-LINE MODULES (available until August 2014)
Time: On-line Modules (24-hour access beginning May 10, 2014)
Instructor: Dr. Paul Anderson
Location: CCNM (for Asian Medicine & Manipulation Reviews)
Fee: $259*
*Early-bird price has been extended to May 9, 2014 at which time registration for the On-Line Modules will close.
In order to help you prepare for a successful NPLEX experience, CCNM is pleased to offer you our new and improved NPLEX Prep Course. Dr. Anderson’s Clinical Sciences review now includes new on-line learning modules that will be accessible to those who register for the duration of the summer.
The NPLEX 2 Prep course will also include a review of TCM Theory & Acupuncture by Dr. Neemez Kassam, ND and a review of Manipulation by Dr. Kenneth Dunk, ND. These additional modules will only be available live in May.
May 8, 2014 (8:30am – 1:30pm) – Asian Medicine Review by Dr. Kassam
May 9, 2014 (9am – 1pm) – Manipulation Review by Dr. Dunk
May 10, 2014 – Access to Clinical Sciences Review On-line Modules (available until August)
The following topic areas will be focused on:
Clinical and Physical Diagnosis
Laboratory Diagnosis
Imaging and Electrodiagnosis
Basic Nutrition
Basic Pharmacogonosy
Emergency Medicine / Emergency Obstetrics
Minor Surgery Concepts
Concepts in Pediatric Cases
Injection / IV Therapy Concepts
Nutrient and Biochemical agents
(For example: as conditions in cardiology are discussed their clinical presentation, pharmacology basic nutrition, laboratory concepts etc… will be covered in the same unit. – just as you will encounter them in the cases on the Board exams.)
The feedback from students at the various Naturopathic programs is that this format assists them greatly in forming a core of clinical concepts.
The on-line learning modules will cover:
The organ system sections focus on the diagnosis / DDX, presentation, laboratory and imaging diagnosis and pharmacology as appropriate.
1: Introductory medical nutrition, pharmacology and pharmacogonosy
2: Cardio
3: Pulm
4: Hematology
5: Immunology / Toxicology
6: Musculo-skeletal
8: Neurology
9: Emergency Medicine
10: Minor Surgery / Injection and IV Procedures
11: Derm
12: Gastro
13: Gastro
14: Nephrology / Urology
15: Endocrine
16: GYN / Male

Paul Anderson ND, Neemez Kassam ND, Ken Dunk ND
Dr. Paul Anderson taught at National College of Naturopathic Medicine between 1994 and 2002, and between 2003 and 2005 he maintained a private practice in Arizona while being full time faculty at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine. Between 1980 and 2006 he taught as adjunct or visiting professor at all U.S. naturopathic medical schools, as well as many other universities and colleges. Dr. Anderson has taught Physical and Clinical Diagnosis, Medical Office Procedures, Advanced Naturopathic Therapeutics, Pharmacology, clinical rotations, EENT, and is core faculty member in the naturopathic medicine program and provides clinical supervision at Bastyr Center for Natural Health.
Thursday, May 8, 2014 - Sunday April 6, 2014 (9am-noon) - Study Strategies & Info Session

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