University of Western States invites you to attend the virtual Chiropractic Workshop Week April 12-14, 2022, with six different informational sessions over three days.
Choosing a chiropractic program that matches your philosophy and career goals is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. Experience how UWS is Taking the Lead in chiropractic education! Join us for this virtual event and then sign up for a campus tour here.
REGISTER BELOW FOR ONE OR ALL OF THE SESSIONS
Tuesday April 12:
Chiropractic Program Overview 10 a.m. PST
In this session, you will hear from two distinguished faculty members: Dr. Martha Kaeser, associate dean of the college of chiropractic and Dr. Gary Schultz, professor of clinical sciences at UWS. They will be speaking about the DC curriculum and the importance of evidence-informed practice.
Commitment to Diversity, Financial Aid and Admissions 3 p.m. PST
In this session, you will learn about UWS’s commitment to diversity from Bola Majekobaje, director of diversity, equity and inclusion. You’ll also hear from Ciara Negron, director of financial aid, and a presentation from Breegan Arnett, admissions advisor about the DC program admission requirements.
Wednesday, April 13:
Sports Medicine in Chiropractic 12 p.m. PST
In this session, you will hear from Dr. Bill Moreau, UWS chief medical officer. Dr. Moreau is a distinguished chiropractic physician and world-renowned sports medicine expert. He will be speaking about his experience working as a clinician and how a sports medicine background allows him to care for athletes with distinct sports injuries.
UWS Clinic and Diagnostic Imaging 4 p.m. PST
In this session, you will hear from Dr. Melinda Novak and Dr. Lindsay Pelley, chiropractic physicians and professors at UWS. They will speak about diagnostic imaging and the UWS chiropractic clinic to give you an in-depth look at the hands-on clinical education and experiences offered to DC students at UWS.
Thursday, April 14:
Anatomy Courses at UWS 2 p.m. PST
In this session, you will hear from Dr. William Borman, professor of basic sciences at UWS. Dr. Borman will present about the anatomy lecture and labs courses at UWS, human cadaver prosection, and what students should expect in to learn in a graduate-level anatomy and physiology classroom environment.
Student and Alumni Q&A Panel 6 p.m. PST
In this session, you will hear from a panel of esteemed UWS alumni and current students. The alumni and students will be speaking about the clinic experience at UWS, their clinic work in the real world, why these students/alumni chose UWS, and highlights of their experience in the DC program at UWS. Come ready to ask questions!
All presentations will be recorded.
Questions? Please contact [email protected] or call 800-641-5641.