Professional Ethics. Being Honest With Yourself: Examine your hidden prejudices

Perle, Stephen M.
March 2011
ACA News (American Chiropractic Association);Mar2011, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p19
The article discusses prejudices which chiropractors and critics of chiropractic care are capable of having. In the article the author offers his opinions on the prejudices and on the importance of having chiropractors and their critics be honest, conduct self-evaluations and examine their hidden prejudices.


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