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The GXTCM faculty members are on campus from February 11 to May 11 to take part in the Global Faculty Professional Institute (GFPI).

Chinese Faculty Experience D'Youville Through New Partnership

Thanks to a partnership with Guangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (GXTCM), D'Youville will be the temporary home to 22 faculty...

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    DYC Faculty and Students showcase projects and discoveries at 'Research Day'

    The inaugural event featured 36 presentations from across schools and academic departments at D'Youville.

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    DYC Students to Participate in Health Fair at St. Mary's School for the Deaf

    Healthcare students will provide information about asthma, diabetes, HIV/AIDS, sun protection and hand washing at the May 1 event.

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    Chiropractic Faculty, Students and Alumni Present at National Conference

    The three papers presented by the department were all nominated for 'best paper.'

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    Two MNS Faculty to Help Prepare National Exam

    Dr. Marion Pace Olivieri and Dr. Kimberly Bernosky-Smith will help in preparing questions for the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (...

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    Chiropractic Professor Represents DYC at NBCE Test Committee Meeting

    Jeffrey S. Ware, D.C. was one of seven participants selected from across the U.S., to analyze and select questions for the examination.

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    The Rivertowns Daily Voice Interviews D'Youville Alumna

    Caitlin Pietrosanto, DC '11, a graduate of the chiropractic program, serves as a volunteer doctor for The Foundation for Wellness Education....

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    MNS Chair Participates in NBCE Test Committee

    Marion Olivieri, PhD, as part of the committee, developed two examinations that the NBCE will administer to doctoral candidates in chiroprac...

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    New DYC Program Uses Actors to Teach Coordination Among Health Care Disciplines

    A new and unique program uses professional actors to portray patients needing medical care to help teach health care students in a variety o...

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