Jan. 16., Las Vegas, Nevada - Making its debut during the first annual Parker Gala at 2009 Las Vegas Parker Seminar, the Drugless Research Hall of Fame, founded by Parker College of Chiropractic, is an innovative recognition platform designed to showcase significant drug-free contributions in research worldwide.
Jan. 13, Simcoe, Ont. - Please join us in welcoming two new members to the Canadian Chiropractor Magazine Editorial Advisory Board - our thanks to Dr. Emily Roback of Alberta and Ms. Jessica Wong of Toronto for accepting these positions.
Jan. 7, Montreal, Que. The people of Quebec now have access to a unique and complete chiropractic website at www.ordredeschiropraticiens.qc.ca. This new website, created by l’Ordre des chiropraticiens du Québec, contains a wealth of information to help the public better understand, and appreciate, chiropractic.
Jan. 6, Toronto, ON - Early Bird Draw! You qualify for a $1000 draw prize if you register fo the WFC 10th Biennial Conference (hosted by the CCA) before January 31! CE credits (where applicable) have been applied for all provinces and include Quebec annual radiology credits. For details, including registration and accomodation, go to www.wfc.org/congress2009
Dec. 29, Guelph, Ont. - The Chiropractic Awareness Council of Ontario (CAC) is determined to be a positive force in helping to create that change. CAC has recently entered into an agreement with Open magazine for a series of progressive co-op ads in that publication.
Dec. 22, Dallas TX – Introducing a new book, offered free of charge and targeted at chiropractors and physicians. Titled "The Financial Fund of Knowledge", and written by Michael Reiman, this book discusses financial planning for chiropractors, physicians and soon-to-graduate students/residents.
Dec. 23, Toronto - In 2009, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) will be holding its annual Practice Opportunity event on Friday, March 27. This year, the event will be taking on a new and exciting format! Now called Practice OpportUnity, it is being expanded to include an interactive daytime program for all current CMCC students.
Dec. 12, Toronto - Have you registered yet for the World Federation of Chiropractic's 10th Biennial Congress – hosted by the Canadian Chiropractic Association – to be held in Montreal, from Thursday April 30 to Saturday May 2, 2009? Please visit www.wfc.org/congress2009 for details of the outstanding program, and for information regarding registration and hotel bookings.
Dec. 16, Toronto - Jennifer Nash, a 2008 CMCC graduate, recently learned that she has been accepted by the World Health Organization (WHO) to complete a three-month internship at WHO headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. This is a unique opportunity, and Nash, will be the second chiropractic student – and the first ever Canadian chiropractic student – to be accepted into this program.
Dec. 11, 2008, Tampa, Fl. - Non-surgical spinal decompression therapy continues to gain popularity in the back pain community worldwide. In light of the success that existing Canadian practitioners have experienced with the DRX9000 True Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression System™, Axiom Worldwide has developed a new Canadian informational website with further information on the non-surgical spinal decompression treatment.
Dec. 10, Toronto - The Canadian Chiropractic Research Foundation (CCRF) has won a Canadian Instititutes of Health Research (CIHR) peer reviewed award. CCRF was notified this week that it had been awarded $25,000 to support a proposal entitled "Workshop to advance the Canadian Chiropractic Research Agenda.
Nov. 24, Paris, France – Dr. Andre-Marie Gonthier, president of the Ordre des Chiropraticiens du Québec, discussed regulation and recognition of chiropractic, as well as working within health systems, in an interview, today, broadcasted from Paris by “Radio France Internationale
Nov. 27, Ottawa - Today, the Canadian Health Food Association (CHFA) and a group of its member business owners and operators representing the $3.5 billion Canadian natural health products (NHP) and organics industry were on Parliament Hill to discuss the importance of fair and effective food and drug legislation with Members of Parliament.
Nov. 21, Toronto, ON - Strong new policy support for the continued growth and acceptance of chiropractic and other branches of natural medicine in national health systems was given by the World Health Organization (WHO) and its member nations in Beijing this month.
Nov. 16, 2008, Hayward, CA - On Friday, October 10, Life Chiropractic College West continued a long college tradition by holding its annual dinner celebrating Canadian Thanksgiving Day. The president of the college, Dr. Gerard Clum, along with his family and college faculty, has hosted this event for the past 27 years, inviting all of Life West’s Canadian students and their guests to partake in the festivities.
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