The Australasian College of Chiropractors' Research Summit: Investigating the Significance of Strategic Research for the Profession

Eaton, Sharyn
March 2011
Chiropractic Journal of Australia;Mar2011, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
The article reports on topics discussed at the research summit Strategic Research: Future Directions for Chiropractic Research in the 21st Century, which was held in Sydney, Australia on November 6, 2010 and was hosted by the Australasian College of Chiropractors. Topics included the funding of the Australian Spinal Research Foundation, strategic chiropractic research funding and communication between the chiropractors and academia. The event was attended by chiropractic professionals.


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