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Northwestern Health Sciences University yearbooks
Northwestern Health Sciences University yearbooks
Digital exhibition created and displayed by University Archivist Monica Howell, Winter 2017.
Novel N-1 substituted fluoroquinolones inhibit human topoisomerase I activity and exhibit anti-proliferative activity
Novel N-1 substituted fluoroquinolones inhibit human topoisomerase I activity and exhibit anti-proliferative activity
Article co-written by College of Health and Wellness faculty member Lisa Oppegard.
On-Site Sports Massage
On-Site Sports Massage
The name of a presentation given by School of Massage Therapy faculty member Joanie Holst at the AMTA MN Chapter Spring Educational Conference, April 8, 2017.
Our future in the hands of Millennials
Our future in the hands of Millennials
The future of any profession is in the hands of its students and early career practitioners. The Millennial generation of chiropractors embody attributes that are uniquely suited to the evolving landscape of 21st century healthcare. Globalization and rapid advancements in technology demand different styles of communication, attitudes toward diversity, styles of professional engagement, and perhaps most importantly, idealism about the future. Millennial chiropractors have a clear vision for this future of the profession, and are equipped to actualize that ideal.
Patient education and the NWHSU pamphlet collection
Patient education and the NWHSU pamphlet collection
Physical exhibition created and displayed by University Archivist Monica Howell, Fall 2016.
Peer reviewed conference
Peer reviewed conference
College of Chiropractic faculty members Paul Osterbauer and Jodell Skaufel participated in a peer reviewed conference. Presentation title: Perceptions of chiropractic students’ toward caring for older patients following the aging game. Accepted for presentation at the World Federation of Chiropractic's 13th Biennial Congress in Athens, Greece, May 2015.
Peer reviewed conference
Peer reviewed conference
College of Chiropractic faculty member Paul Osterbauer and others participated in a peer reviewed conference. Presentation title: Four month skill retention using force sensing feed back after simulated, prone, thoracic adjustments. Presented to: The World Federation of Chiropractic's Biennial Education Conference in London, October 2018.
Peer reviewed conference
Peer reviewed conference
College of Chiropractic faculty members Paul Osterbauer and Jodell Skaufel participated in a peer reviewed conference. Presentation title: Using the geriatric attitude scale to assess chiropractic students’ before and after the aging game. Accepted for presentation at the World Federation of Chiropractic's 13th Biennial Congress in Athens, Greece, May 2015.
Peer reviewed conference
Peer reviewed conference
College of Chiropractic faculty member Paul Osterbauer and others participated in a peer reviewed conference. Presentation title: Integrative care for older adults: A chiropractic approach. Presented at the Minnesota Gerontological Society Annual Meeting in Brooklyn Center, MN on April 27, 2018.
Peer reviewed conference
Peer reviewed conference
College of Chiropractic faculty member Paul Osterbauer and others participated in a peer reviewed conference. Presentation title: Force sensing feedback decreased force variability after a coaching session during simulated, prone, thoracic adjustments on a manikin. Presented at the Association of Chiropractic Colleges Research Agenda Conference in Carrolton, Texas in March, 2018. Lawrence, Dana J. ACC Research agenda conference 2018: Peer reviewer acknowledgements and abstracts proceedings. Journal of chiropractic education: March 2018, Vol. 32, No. 1, pp. 50-81.
Perceived value of spinal manipulative therapy and exercise among seniors with chronic neck pain
Perceived value of spinal manipulative therapy and exercise among seniors with chronic neck pain
Relationship dynamics should be leveraged in clinical encounters to enhance patient satisfaction and perceived value of care.
Posture queens
Posture queens
Physical display created and displayed by University Archivist Monica Howell, Summer 2017.

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