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Dr. Nakiesha E Pearson, DC, ND, MS

National University of Health Sciences


Nakiesha Pearson, ND, DC, has been Chair of the Clinical Sciences Department for theCollege of Professional Studies at National University of Health Sciences since 2021. Dr. Pearson oversees and helps support department faculty and their classes as well as advise students. Previously, she was an assistant professor in the department. At both NUHS and beyond, Dr. Pearson has taken on efforts to advance diversity within the naturopathic and chiropractic fields. These new initiatives are aimed at not only bringing more people of color into the profession, but educating new and current doctors on how to treat diverse patient populations.  
 

Dr. Pearson serves on theAmerican Chiropractic Association(ACA) Committee on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI), and is also a member of theAssociation of Accredited Naturopathic Medicine College’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee. Additionally, she sits on NUHS’ Diversity Task Force, which works to ensure the curriculum teaches students how to treat more diverse patient populations, including how to provide physical exams and communicate for a better bedside manner. 
 

She earned her Doctorate in Chiropractic, Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and her Masters in Advanced Clinical Practice from NUHS. 

 

Product Type
On Demand

Implicit Bias: Managing our Unconscious Judgments to Improve Patient Connections and Experiences (2026 Renewal Requirement)


Total CME Credit Hours: 1 Implicit Bias Awareness Training Requirement (Already included in Category I)

Average Rating:
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Education Types:
Category I (Formal) |  Mandated Education
Topics:
Clinical |  Compliance |  Other |  Patient Communication |  State Mandated Education
Speakers:
Dr. Nakiesha E Pearson, DC, ND, MS
Duration:
1 Hour
Short Description:
Join Dr. Pearson as she discusses how implicit bias affects patient care insidiously and can turn the best intentions into unwanted outcomes. 
Price:
$85.00 - ICS Non-Member

Tags: bias

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