Erin Sweet, ND, MPH, FABNO

Erin Sweet, ND, MPH, FABNO

Erin Sweet, ND, MPH, FABNO

Dr. Sweet graduated from Bastyr University and completed her residency training at the National University of Natural Medicine. She went on to earn a Master of Public Health in Epidemiology from the University of Washington School of Public Health and completed a three-year NIH postdoctoral research fellowship at Bastyr University Research Institute.

She is currently an Assistant Research Scientist at Bastyr University studying the effects of integrative oncology (conventional oncology treatment in conjunction with evidence-based naturopathic medicine) on health-related quality of life and clinical outcomes in people living with cancer. Her goal is to continue working toward greater understanding and acceptance of integrative medicine using evidence-based research methods as a tool.

Dr. Sweet is one of twelve naturopathic physicians in Washington with board-certification in naturopathic oncology. She believes that partnering with patients as an educator and advocate are essential to providing safe and effective care. Dr. Sweet want her patients to feel empowered as part of a collaborative medical community in which naturopaths and conventional physicians work together to provide truly patient-centered care from prevention, through diagnosis and treatment, and into survivorship.