New Pediatric Association of Naturopathic Physicians

August 1, 2010

As August is upon us, so is the time of our annual American Association of Naturopathic Physicians conference.  This year it is happening in Portland and ND’s from all over the country converge to meet and get inspired.  This year, I am happy to report that a new association will be ratified as an official organization; the Pediatric Association of Naturopathic Physicians (PedANP).  Dr. Tamara Cullen is a founding board member of PedANP and has been working very hard for the past 10 months to help get everything together.  ND’s who are members of the PedANP will be physicians who have a special interest in working with children and they continue to educate themselves in pediatric medicine.  Eventually the PedANP will be offering a Specialty Board Exam, so that if members take the exam and pass, they will earn the designation of a Naturopathic Pediatric Fellow.  This is a designation that will assure patients that their children are getting the best pediatric care from their Naturopathic physician.  If you are interested in more information, please see our website at http://www.pedanp.org (will be live by 8/11/10).

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3 Responses to “New Pediatric Association of Naturopathic Physicians”


  1. Hi,
    Wondering how to join? Graduated from Bastyr 2004.
    Thanks,
    Colleen Gagliardi, ND
    Arvada, CO


  2. Happy to see us open a new association-Peds! This is a great way for us to funnel knowledge and know where to turn. We can’t be jack of all trades. Very happy to see another association


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