National University of Health Sciences
The courses at the Kharrazian Institute are approved for postgraduate education by National University of Health Sciences (NUHS). NUHS was founding in 1906 and is located in Lombard, Illinois. The university is regionally accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools that is recognized by the United States Department of Education. NUHS is a not-for-profit educational and research institution under the United States Department of Treasury.
American Nutrition Association (CE credits)
The American Nutrition Association® (ANA®) is made up of the American College of Nutrition (founded in 1949), the Board of Nutrition Specialists, the Center for Nutrition Advocacy, and the Accreditation Council for the Nutritional Professional Education. The ANA provides education, professional certification, university accreditation for nutrition programs, and distributes the scientific Journal of the American College of Nutrition (JACN). Hashimoto’s and Maternal Health courses approved for 12 credit hours for the Certified Nutrition Specialist (expires March, 2023). Furthermore, the Cognitive Decline, Childhood Development Disorders, and Chronic Fatigue and Pain courses are approved for 5.5 CE credits (expires Feb. 2024). The Mood and Anxiety Disorders, Cardiovascular and Neurovascular Syndromes, and Longevity and Wellness Optimization courses are approved for 12 CE credits each (expires Feb 2025).
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (CE credits)
The Commission on Dietetic Registration, the credentialing agency for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics approves the Kharrazian Institute’s Course 5 (Diabetes, expires 9/19/2023)), Course 6 (Infertility, expires 11/14/2023), and Course 7 (Cognitive Decline, expires 5/22/2024) for 12 CPEU’s (for RD, RDN, DTR, NDTR)
State License Continuing Education Hours
National University of Health Sciences has applied for state licensure hours for Doctors of Chiropractic (DCs), Licensed Acupuncturists (LAc’s), and Naturopathic Doctors (NDs) in most states (listed here) in the United States for both onsite and online live streaming attendance. Not all states recognize live streaming education for credit hours, thus confirmation of each state’s hour approval is pending at this time.