If there is one thing Dr. Greg Stewart is most excited about in his new role as president of the World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC), it is the opportunity to help advance the chiropractic profession as an equal player in the global health-care arena, helping solve some of the world’s most pressing health issues.
August 26, 2014 – The ice bucket challenge's phenomenal success is making other charitable organizations rethink how they connect with a younger generation of potential donors. Since the ALS Association, in Washington, DC, began tracking the campaign's progress on July 29, it has raised more than $88 million and generated 1.9 million new donors in what is one of the most viral philanthropic social media campaigns in history. ALS Canada has to date raised close to $8 million, surpassing its fundraising goal of $7.5 million through the ice bucket challenge campaign.
Transformation is a buzzword these days. When applied to leadership, it changes how we think and approach our team. It can very well serve to change how we approach our patients as well.
August 14, 2014 – The International Chiropractors Association (ICA) has undertaken a review of the scientific and clinical literature addressing issues of the safety and effectiveness of chiropractic adjustive procedures, highlighting the unique safety record enjoyed by the profession.
When Dr. Jean Moss announced last year she is ending her 24-year service as president of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, the next several months were spent searching for the best, qualified executive to fill some pretty big shoes.
The search is on for Canada’s most inspiring chiropractors! Canadian Chiropractor has launched the 2014 INSPIRE Award, a program recognizing outstanding chiropractors who are making a difference in the community through works that inspire others in promoting a great cause and the chiropractic values.
When chiropractor Dr. Becky Carpenter heard about World Spine Care (WSC) as a student at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto, she knew she had to volunteer.
In the last few issues, we have been highlighting some great initiatives by Canadian chiropractors in the area of community and health outreach.
It is estimated that five to 10 per cent of the population have the necessary skills and maturity needed to succeed in living and practising in a foreign country.
With more than 1.2 billion people, India is one of the poorest and most heavily populated countries in the world.
LAS VEGAS — The president of Dallas, Texas-based Parker University has posed a challenge to chiropractors to pursue a “social movement” that will unify doctors of chiropractic towards a common goal.
For most chiropractors, managing one’s time means juggling multiple tasks – from patient treatment and consultations to managing the practice and maintaining professional certification requirements.
Close to 40 organizations and associations compromising the Chiropractic Summit, based in Arlington, Va., have adopted a unified public position on chiropractic science and practice as a drug-free approach to health care.
A strong leader is, in spirit, a pioneer – a person who is open to, and excited about, exploring uncharted areas and is willing to take difficult roads, even when an easier course presents itself.
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