Instructor: Jeremy Barthels

Jeremy Barthels

I'm Jeremy Barthels, andsince the Fall Term of 2020, I have been a faculty member in the Basic Sciencesdepartment within the College of Chiropractic at Northwestern Health SciencesUniversity (NWHSU).

Unfortunately, my abilityto practice within the chiropractic profession ended prematurely in 2011 aftersix years of clinical practice due to neuromuscular issues stemming fromlong-term complications of childhood cancer.

Before joining the BasicSciences faculty at NWHSU, I worked for Rasmussen University (formerlyRasmussen College) for nearly 13 years. I started teaching in the HealthSciences department and eventually become a Department Chair and even worked asinterim Department Dean for Rasmussen.

While employed atRasmussen, I was able to gain tremendous higher education experience in diverseareas. As a faculty member, I developed classroom instruction and managementskills, curriculum development knowledge by being a subject matter expert (SME)for over 15-course redevelopments, and experience with integrating technologyinto courses. As a Department Chair and Department Dean at Rasmussen, Ideveloped higher education management skills; including, facultytraining/management, student retention, course pass rates, resolving studentconcerns and complaints, project management, curriculum/programmatic assessmentand data collection, and implemented processes and curriculum changes toincrease diversity awareness and inclusion within the health sciencescurriculum.

I also have a Master'sdegree in negotiation and conflict resolution, which has further improved myability to manage conflict and have it become a productive process thatharnesses growth, innovation, and confidence.

Classes by this instructor

Join us for a weekend of engaging presentations! The symposium offers 20 CE hours and includes 1 professional boundaries hour, 2 nutrition hours, and 3 X-ray hours.
20 CE Hours, incl. 1 PB, 3 X-ray, 2 WI Nutrition, On campus, June 21-23, 2024, Fri, 1pm-6:40pm, Sat, 9am-6pm, Sun, 8am-1:40pm., Auditorium