Our Research In Depth
As one of CCNM’s core goals, expanding research relevant to enhancing naturopathic medicine and developing skills among faculty, students, and graduates that foster research activity, is of utmost importance. Our research department is a leader in advancing our understanding of complementary and naturopathic medicine as a contributor to a sustainable health-care system.
By fostering a culture of research, CCNM investigates a range of topics, from addiction to nutrition, in order to explore the strengths of naturopathic medicine, test therapies and influence policy.

Bradley, R.; Harnett, J.; Cooley, K.; McIntyre, E.; Goldenberg, J.; Adams, J. Naturopathy as a Model of Prevention-Oriented, Patient-Centered Primary Care: A Disruptive Innovation in Health Care. Medicina 2019, 55, 603.

Munk, Niki, et al. "Pathways to Leadership and Collaborative Success for Emerging Researchers in Complementary Medicine." Advances in Integrative Medicine 6 (2019): S34.

DertingerJ, Hassan S, Zheng Q, Bhardwaj S, Aucoin M, Cooley K. The 3rd annual CCNM Research Day: Student research & innovation in naturopathic medicine. URNCST Journal. 2019Mar01: 3(3). https://urncst.com/index.php/urncst/article/view/137

Janet Schloss, Erica McIntyre, Amie Steel, Ryan Bradley, Joanna Harnett, Rebecca Reid, Jason Hawrelak, Joshua Goldenberg, Claudine Van De Venter, and Kieran Cooley.The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.https://doi.org/10.1089/acm.2018.0403