Clinical Preparation

CPRP 600 3 credits CLINICAL PREPARATION A composite of Naprapathic subjects presented as an eight week review. The students are examined through discussion, quizzes and practical demonstrations in Naprapathic Charting, Naprapathic evaluation, Naprapathic techniques and Nutritional counseling. The course trains the students for the correct use of Naprapathic Case Records, clinical conduct and procedures, as well as providing clinical observation. Presented immediately prior to entrance into the year of Internship, the course is designed to refresh and prepare the student for practical application of academic studies. Prerequisite: Approval of Dean of Academics and Registrar

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Course idCPRP 600
Prerequisiteapproval of Dean of Academics and Registrar