Collaboration
Sept 18, Auckland, NZ – The New Zealand College of Chiropractic will be holding career talks in cities across Canada over the coming weeks.
As a trained chiropractor with several years’ experience and a growing patient base whose care is first and foremost, without question you would consider yourself as a professional practitioner and not an entrepreneur.
CMCC’s division of graduate studies has proven a fertile training ground for many of the profession’s brightest stars since the academic residencies were first established in 1975.
Aug. 25, Toronto, Ont. – The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) will be holding Backswing ’11,  the school’s annual golf tournament fundraiser, on Wednesday, September 14 at DiamondBack Golf Club in Richmond Hill, Ontario.
Aug. 9, Mississauga, Ont. – Organizers of Chiropractic Pure and Powerful invite chiropractors and their friends and families to the second annual “Swing into the Vision” – a golf tournament to raise funds for chiropractic research.
March 2, Toronto, Ont. – Chiropractors are invited to join Arno Burnier, DC, who will be presenting “Thriving in a Vitalistic Practice” in Toronto, Ontario.
Dec. 3, Hamilton, ON – A newly published paper in the journal Chiropractic and Osteopathy recommends mandatory interprofessional shadowing in chiropractic education.
Oct. 26, Chandler, AZ – The International Spine Research Foundation (INSPIRE) will be holding two more interdisciplinary events in 2010, bringing chiropractors, neurosurgeons, and neuroscientists together to discuss strategies in spine intervention and wellness.
Oct 22, Hayward, CA. – Carl F. Dieter, D.C. of San Jose, California, chair of the Board of Regents of Life Chiropractic College West, today announced the appointment of Brian Kelly, D.C. of Auckland, New Zealand as the College’s president-designee following an announcement of retirement from the College’s president, Gerard W. Clum, D.C.
Sept 10, Simcoe, ON – The U.S. Council on Chiropractic Education (CCE-USA) has recently proposed revisions to its current accreditation standards. The new standards draft is available for review and commentary by Doctors of Chiropractic – comments must be submitted to CCE-USA by September 24, 2010.
The month of September ushers in a new season of seemingly interminable continuing education (CE) and professional development events in all industries and professions – chiropractic is no exception. Some or all of these may offer CE credits, adding to their appeal and inspiring an urgency to attend.
Discussions surrounding education within the chiropractic profession are not new, but have certainly been taking on compelling dimensions, particularly vis-a-vis the expanding global chiropractic community.
For the chiropractor who wishes to explore the possibility of working within an interdisciplinary collaborative practice (ICP) option – or the researcher who wants to study this growing movement within the profession – there are many formidable mentors from which to choose.
Feb. 4, Hayward, CA - On Thursday January 28, 2010, the Board, administration, faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends of Life University participated in a celebration of the 35th anniversary of the founding of Life Chiropractic College, now Life University.
Nov. 10, Edmonton, AB – On November 7 and 8, the Alberta College and Association of Chiropractors (ACAC) welcomed approximately 200 DCs at the Rimrock Hotel in Banff Alberta for their annual convention and AGM, this year titled “Celebrating our Common Purpose”.
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