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Pre-Residency Survey for INM Residency Consortium Residents *
Pre-Residency Survey for INM Residency Consortium Residents
I am able to acquire accurate and relevant histories from patients in an efficient and prioritized manner.
I can synthesize all available data, including patient interview, physical exam, and preliminary lab data to define each patient's central clinical problem.
I am comfortable utilizing the best available clinical evidence in formulating and implementing an individualized medical treatment plan for my patient.
I am comfortable applying the naturopathic therapeutic order in a primary care setting.
I am comfortable providing primary care to pediatric patients.
I am comfortable providing primary care to geriatric patients.
I am comfortable providing primary care to adult female patients.
I am comfortable providing primary care to adult male patients.
I am comfortable providing medical care to diverse populations (socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, religion, etc..)
I am comfortable providing patient care utilizing nutrition and physical medicine modalities.
I am comfortable providing patient care utilizing botanical medicine formulas.
I am comfortable providing patient care utilizing mind-body recommendations.
I am comfortable providing patient care utilizing homeopathic remedies.
I am comfortable marketing myself as a naturopathic doctor and creating my own professional network.
I am comfortable designing a business plan for a naturopathic clinic.
I believe my naturopathic medical knowledge is where it should be for my level of training.
I can work effectively with others as a member a naturopathic health care team.
I can work effectively with other clinical health professionals.
Taking part in the INM Residency Consortium will enhance my clinical knowledge and skills as a naturopathic doctor.
I am satisfied with my knowledge and ability to implement the business and marketing aspects of running a naturopathic clinic.
I have a clear understanding of clinic business and marketing models.
I value the chance to learn from successful and influential NDs at the Quarterly Academic Seminars.
Quarterly Academic Seminars are a valuable way to connect with members of the larger naturopathic community.
I believe that being a part of a residency cohort and having contact with other residents is an important piece of my education.
Having contact with corporate stakeholders and learning about new products coming to market will contribute to my success.
Conducting research in the field of naturopathy is important to the status of the profession.
I have adequate knowledge to submit a quality medical case report for medical index publication.