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Did a Minimum Case Requirement Improve Resident Surgical Volume for Closed Wrist and Forearm Fracture Treatment in Orthopedic Su
Did a Minimum Case Requirement Improve Resident Surgical Volume for Closed Wrist and Forearm Fracture Treatment in Orthopedic Su
The purpose of this study is to determine whether the 2013 implementation of ACGME minimum case requirements was associated with increased documented case volume of closed manipulation of forearm and wrist fractures (CMFWF) for graduating orthopedic surgery residents.
Differences in function and comorbidities between older adults and nonusers of chiropractic and osteopathic manipulation
Differences in function and comorbidities between older adults and nonusers of chiropractic and osteopathic manipulation
The purpose of this study was to compare functional limitations and comorbidity prevalence between older adult users and nonusers of chiropractic and osteopathic manipulation.
Dissertation by  Dr. Kim Pearce
Dissertation by Dr. Kim Pearce
Dissertation written by Dr. Kimberly D. Pearce entitled " It's part of the prescription I have to swallow": faculty experience, meaning-making, and role conflict in competency-based education offered through direct assessment., Dissertation written and presented to members of Capella University by Kimberly D. Pearce in June, 2022
Does long-term exposure to skiing enhance dynamical leg control in old age
Does long-term exposure to skiing enhance dynamical leg control in old age
Presentation by School of Massage Therapy faculty member Veronica Stern at the Proceedings of the Translational and Computational Motor Control Conference in San Diego, CA on November 8, 2013.
Evidence Informed Practice as the Catalyst for Culture Change in CAM
Evidence Informed Practice as the Catalyst for Culture Change in CAM
Grants were awarded to CAM institutions and focused on introducing evidence-based practice into curricula of CAM schools including schools of chiropractic, naturopathic, and acupuncture and Oriental medicine. Outcomes reported by investigators has been culture change. This article describes individual and organizational culture changes that occurred at Northwestern Health Sciences University.
Expert panel member
Expert panel member
College of Chiropractic faculty member Paul Osterbauer was an expert panel member discussing this article: Hawk, C., et al. Best practices for chiropractic care for older adults: A systematic review and consensus update. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics. 2017; 20(4): 217-29.
Faculty development conference
Faculty development conference
College of Chiropractic faculty member presented Cultivating compassion: the aging game at the NWHSU Faculty Development Conference on July 22, 2015.
Fat-Carbohydrate Ration
Fat-Carbohydrate Ration
Fat-carbohydrate ration: a biomarker of carbohydrate tolerance is the title of a presentation given by College of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine faculty member Paul Ratte at the 2013 Ancestral Health Conference.
Fleshing out a footnote
Fleshing out a footnote
Article written by College of Chiropractic alum and faculty member John Wolfe., Wolfe, J. Fleshing out a footnote: Dr. Shegetaro Morikubo's life in America before and after the famous 1907 trial. Chiropractic History. 2014; 34(2): 8-23.
Flouroquinolone-gyrase-DNA complexes: two modes or drug binding
Flouroquinolone-gyrase-DNA complexes: two modes or drug binding
Article co-written by Lisa M. Oppegard.
Fluoroquinolones stimulate the DNA cleavage activity of topoisomerase IV
Fluoroquinolones stimulate the DNA cleavage activity of topoisomerase IV
Article co-written by College of Health and Wellness faculty member Lisa Oppegard. Full title of article: Flurorquinolones stimulate the DNA cleavage activity of topoisomerase IV by promoting the binding of Mg2+ to the second metal binding site.

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