Leadership
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. 
Jun 14, Solon, OH —Four leaders in the chiropractic profession have teamed up to provide equipment for new college graduates. Featuring products from Foot Levelers, Inc., Lloyd Table Company, Activator Methods International Ltd., and Multi Radiance Medical the Graduate Package provides new chiropractic graduates tools to help get their practices off to a successful start.
“The future belongs to those who prepare for it today.” – Malcolm X
Across our nation, health care has been a major consideration this past year, encountering scrutiny on provincial and national levels.
It’s been said, “Work at something you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.”
July 10, Toronto, Ont. – Dr. Deborah Kopansky-Giles asks chiropractors to join The Bone and Joint Decade (BJD) in preparing for October 16, 2012, otherwise known as World Spine Day. DCs are invited to share what they have planned to help educate patients and the public about spine health.
If one wants to achieve a grasp of where the profession of chiropractic is heading, one needs to interact with the thousands of students currently enrolled in chiropractic educational programs around the world.

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