The Healthy KC Workplace Wellness Action Team recently named Cleveland University-Kansas City (CU-KC) "Silver Level Healthy KC Certified," for 2016. The team, a division of the Kansas City Chamber of Commerce, made the designation based on their review of the Healthy Workplace Wellness Certification application completed by CU-KC. Based on the responses submitted by Cleveland, the team determined that the institution had attained silver level status.
The Cleveland University-Kansas City (CU-KC) campus was alive and pulsing with activity Oct. 7-9 for the annual Homecoming celebration. The theme for this year's gathering was "We Are the Champions," and a collective spirit of unity was on full display among the record-breaking crowd, as nearly 700 members of "Team Cleveland" were in attendance. While many were seeking Continuing Education Units (CEUs), others returned simply to share in the unity present among fellow Clevelanders.
The National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE) recently recognized two faculty members from Cleveland University-Kansas City for their contributions at the NBCE Test Committee meetings held Aug. 26-27. Dr. Thomas K. Nichols served as a subject matter expert on the General Diagnosis committee, and Dr. Jason Qualls served in the same capacity on the Physiotherapy committee. The two reviewed, edited and analyzed exam questions for content and appropriateness for future General Diagnosis and Physiology examinations.
Cleveland University-Kansas City (CU-KC) once again received a favorable report from the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE) regarding board scores for the Spring 2016 term. Test results for Cleveland students on Parts I, II, III and the Physiotherapy (PHT) portion and the Part IV National Practical Exam, showed that CU-KC is outpacing the national average for chiropractic institutions. The NBCE is the international testing agency for the chiropractic profession.
An article penned by Dr. Steve Agocs, associate professor at Cleveland University-Kansas City, was published in the Summer 2016 issue of the peer-reviewed journal, Chiropractic History, which was released in June. Chiropractic History is the scholarly journal of the Association for the History of Chiropractic (AHC).