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COVID-19: Coronavirus Updates

Attention Students: As of March 23, 2020 Logan courses have moved online and are available from Canvas. A full list of information and resources for Students and Faculty is on our website here. If you need technology support please contact the IT Help Desk at:  636-207-2475 or email the IT Help Desk at:  help.desk@logan.edu. We are committed to providing timely and frequent communication as we learn more and navigate this situation. Find updates from Logan University, resources and  the latest information from the CDC and from other organizations, here: www.logan.edu/healthupdate          

Students, Faculty Represent Logan in Washington, D.C.

At Logan, education happens both in the classroom and around the world. Earlier this month, 20 students, led by Professor Patrick Montgomery, DC, MS, FASA, FICC, and Director of Assessment and Accreditation Kristina Petrocco-Napuli, DC, MS, FICC, FACC, had the opportunity to head to Washington, D.C. The group attended the American Chiropractic Association’s National Conference and lobbied for H.B. 3654, a bipartisan bill that, if passed, would offer complete chiropractic coverage in Medicare. Over the course of their stay, students met with ACA Missouri Representatives, as well as Congressional Representatives and Senators from other states, and learned to use their …

Chiropractic Grand Rounds: Dr. Jim Whedon

Logan recently welcomed Jim Whedon DC, MS (’89) to campus as part of the Chiropractic Grand Rounds speaker series. Dr. Whedon is the Director of Health Services Research at Southern California University of Health Sciences and an adjunct instructor at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice at Dartmouth College’s Geisel School of Medicine. An award-winning clinical and health services investigator, Dr. Whedon currently researches topics in integrative healthcare, chiropractic, Medicare and health policy. Speakers for the Chiropractic Grand Rounds are invited and hosted by Logan’s Dean of Research Norman W. Kettner, DC, DACBR, FICC. During his presentation, …