Index to Chiropractic Literature
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J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2017(24:1): 41-43 25061 Thriving for 110 Years: National’s philosophy of collaboration and integration [addresses]
  • Dougherty KJ
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2017(24:1): 49–53 25063 The John A. Sweaney Lecture: Washington DC, March 2017, given by Dr Geoff Outerbridge. Our highest level of contribution: doing the right thing, the right way, for the right reason [addresses]
  • Outerbridge WG
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2017(24:1): 1-8 25056 Comparison of chiropractic treatment outcomes depending on the language region in Switzerland: A prospective outcomes study
  • Guillén DA
  • Peterson CK
  • Humphreys BK
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2017(24:1): 9-14 25057 A survey of the public perception of chiropractic after exposure to chiropractic public place marketing events in New Zealand
  • Russell DG
  • Glucina TT
  • Sherson MW
  • Bredin M
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2017(24:1): 15-23 25058 Joint manipulation: Toward a general theory of high-velocity, low-amplitude thrust techniques
  • Harwich AS
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2017(24:1): 24-30 25059 Culturally sensitive chiropractic care of the transgender community: A narrative review of the literature [review]
  • Maiers MJ
  • Foshee WK
  • Henson Dunlap H
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2017(24:1): 31-40 25060 A literature review of electronic health records in chiropractic practice: Common challenges and solutions [review]
  • Taylor DN
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2017(24:1): 44–48 25062 The McAndrews Leadership Lecture: February 2016, by Dr Greg Kawchuk. Putting the “Act” back in chiropractic [addresses]
  • Kawchuk GN
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2016(23:1): Online access only p 1-13 24668 Core and complementary chiropractic: Lowering barriers to patient utilization of services
  • Triano JJ
  • McGregor M
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2016(23:1): Online access only p 14-21 24669 Spine care as a framework for the chiropractic identity
  • Schneider M
  • Murphy D
  • Hartvigsen J
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2016(23:1): Online access only p 22-28 24670 Spinal health: The backbone of chiropractic’s identity
  • Brown RA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2016(23:1): Online access only p 29-34 24671 Chiropractic identity in the United States: Wisdom, courage, and strength
  • Good CJ
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2016(23:1): Online access only p 35-45 24672 Chiropractic identity: A neurological, professional, and political assessment
  • Rosner AL
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2016(23:1): Online access only p 46-52 24673 Analysis and adjustment of vertebral subluxation as a separate and distinct identity for the chiropractic profession: A commentary
  • Hart J
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2016(23:1): Online access only p 53-60 24674 The Swiss Master in Chiropractic Medicine [MChiroMed] curriculum: Preparing graduates to work together with medicine to improve patient care
  • Humphreys BK
  • Peterson CK
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2016(23:1): Online access only p 61-67 24675 Professional identity at Los Angeles College of Chiropractic
  • Kimura MN
  • Russell R
  • Scaringe J
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2016(23:1): Online access only p 68-76 24676 Toxins, toxicity, and endotoxemia: A historical and clinical perspective for chiropractors
  • Seaman DR
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2015(22:1): Online access only p 30-46 24309 The McAndrews Leadership Lecture: February 2015, by Dr Scott Haldeman [and others]. Challenges of the past, challenges of the present [addresses]
  • Haldeman S
  • McAndrews GP
  • Goertz C
  • Sportelli L
  • Hamm AW
  • Johnson C
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2015(22:1): Online access only p 47-52 24310 The John A. Sweaney Lecture: Athens, Greece, May 2015, Given by Dr Vivian H.E. Kil. To inspire the chiropractic profession to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more [addresses]
  • Kil VHE
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2015(22:1): Online access only p 53-54 24311 An Early History of Chiropractic: The Palmers and Australia [by Rolf Peters] [book review]
  • Wiese GC
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2015(22:1): Online access only p 1-8 24304 Radiology undergraduate and resident curricula: A narrative review of the literature [review]
  • Linaker KL
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2015(22:1): Online access only p 9-16 24305 Pedagogical approaches to diagnostic imaging education: A narrative review of the literature [review]
  • Linaker KL
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2015(22:1): Online access only p 17-21 24306 Student evaluations, outcomes, and national licensure examinations in radiology education: A narrative review of the literature [review]
  • Linaker KL
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2015(22:1): Online access only p 22-26 24307 Radiologists as educators: A narrative review of the literature [review]
  • Linaker KL
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2015(22:1): Online access only p 27-29 24308 The McAndrews Leadership Lecture: Origins
  • Hamm AW
  • Burkhart LA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2014(21:1): Online access only p 1-24 24300 Evaluation of publicly available documents to trace chiropractic technique systems that advocate radiography for subluxation analysis: A proposed genealogy [review]
  • Young KJ
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2014(21:1): Online access only p 25-48 24301 Chiropractic professionalization and accreditation: An exploration of the history of conflict between worldviews through the lens of developmental structuralism
  • Senzon SA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2014(21:1): Online access only p 49-64 24302 Improving our nation's health care system: Inclusion of chiropractic in patient-centered medical homes and accountable care organizations
  • Meeker WC
  • Watkins RW
  • Kranz KC
  • Munsterman SD
  • Johnson C
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2014(21:1): Online access only p 65-75 24303 Learning from a lifetime of leading effective change
  • Johnson C
  • Clum G
  • Lassiter WL Jr
  • Phillips R
  • Sportelli L
  • Hunter JC
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2013(20:1): 36-37 23408 The John A. Sweaney Lecture: Origins
  • Chapman-Smith D
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2013(20:1): 38-42 23409 The John A. Sweaney Lecture: Vilamoura, Portugal, May 2007, given by Dr John A. Sweaney. Chiropractic: In pursuit of professionalism
  • Sweaney JA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2013(20:1): 43-48 23410 The John A. Sweaney Lecture: Durbin, South Africa, April 2013, given by Dr Louis Sportelli. The 100 year test: Can that tell us something?
  • Sportelli L
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2013(20:1): 1-8 23404 Establishing a theoretical basis for research in musculoskeletal epidemiology: A proposal for the use of biopsychosocial theory in investigations of back pain and smoking [editorial]
  • Green BN
  • Johnson CD
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2013(20:1): 9-18 23405 Beyond spinal manipulation: Should Medicare expand coverage for chiropractic services? A review and commentary on the challenges for policy makers
  • Whedon JM
  • Goertz CM
  • Stason WB
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2013(20:1): 19-26 23406 Straight chiropractic philosophy as a barrier to Medicare compliance: A discussion of 5 incongruent issues
  • Seaman DR
  • Soltys JR
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2013(20:1): 27-35 23407 Weight gain as a consequence of living a modern lifestyle: A discussion of barriers to effective weight control and how to overcome them
  • Seaman DR
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2012(19:1): Online access only p 44-47 22730 In response to “The Knowledge of Our Knowledge”: A reflection on McAndrews’ view of epistemology
  • Winterstein J
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2012(19:1): Online access only 1-11 22725 Multiple views to address diversity issues: An initial dialog to advance the chiropractic profession [editorial]
  • Johnson C
  • Killinger LZ
  • Christensen MG
  • Mrozek JP
  • Zuker RF
  • Kizhakkeveettil A
  • Perle SM
  • Oyelowo T
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2012(19:1): Online access only p 12-23 22726 Teaching, leadership, scholarly productivity, and level of activity in the chiropractic profession: A study of graduates of the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic radiology residency program
  • Young KJ
  • Siordia L
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2012(19:1): Online access only p 24-35 22727 Conventional medical attitudes to using a traditional medicine vodou-based model of pain management: Survey of French dentists and the proposal of a pain model to facilitate integration
  • Sanou M
  • Jean A
  • Marjolet M
  • Pécaud D
  • Meas Y
  • Enguehard C
  • Moret L
  • Emane A
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2012(19:1): Online access only p 36-39 22728 The knowledge of our knowledge [classical article]
  • McAndrews JF
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2012(19:1): Online access only p 40-43 22729 In response to “The Knowledge of Our Knowledge”: 2 decades and not much has changed
  • Sportelli L
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2011(18:1): 1-9 22305 Use of the term subluxation in publications during the formative years of the chiropractic profession [editorial]
  • Johnson C
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2011(18:1): 10-23 22306 Constructing a philosophy of chiropractic: Evolving worldviews and premodern roots
  • Senzon SA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2011(18:1): 24-38 22307 Constructing a philosophy of chiropractic: Evolving worldviews and modern foundation
  • Senzon SA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2011(18:1): 39-63 22308 Constructing a philosophy of chiropractic: Evolving worldviews and postmodern core
  • Senzon SA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2011(18:1): 64-73 22309 Chiropractic physicians: Toward a select conceptual understanding of bureaucratic structures and functions in the health care institution
  • Fredericks M
  • Fredericks J
  • Kondellas B
  • Hang L
  • Ross MWV
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2011(18:1): 74-85 22310 A theoretical basis for maintenance spinal manipulative therapy for the chiropractic profession
  • Taylor DN
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2011(18:1): 86-93 22311 Potential unique causes of burnout for chiropractic professionals
  • Williams S
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2011(18:1): 94-98 22312 A historical lesson from Franciscus Sylvius and Jacobus Sylvius
  • Bakkum BW
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2010(17:1): Online access only 5p 21533 Reflecting on 115 years: The chiropractic profession's philosophical path [editorial]
  • Johnson C
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2010(17:1): Online access only 16p 21534 Constructing a philosophy of chiropractic I: An Integral map of the territory
  • Senzon SA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2010(17:1): Online access only 11p 21535 Historical overview and update on subluxation theories
  • Vernon H
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2010(17:1): Online access only 7p 21536 The great subluxation debate: A centrist's perspective
  • Good CJ
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2010(17:1): Online access only 7p 21537 Implications and limitations of appropriateness studies for chiropractic
  • Whedon JM
  • Davis MA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2010(17:1): Online access only 8p 21538 The Fountain Head Chiropractic Hospital: The dream that almost came true
  • Bakkum BW
  • Nolan DB
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2009(16:1): Online access only p. 1-4 21084 A brief review of the evolution of the Journal of Chiropractic Humanities: A journey beginning in 1991 [editorial]
  • Johnson C
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2009(16:1): Online access only p. 47-49 21091 Where we have come from and the road ahead: Presentation at the Tenth Biennial Congress of the World Federation of Chiropractic, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 2009
  • Clum GW
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2009(16:1): Online access only p. 5-12 21085 Future chiropractic physicians: Toward a synthesis of select concepts in the behavioral sciences in health care and the society-culture-personality model for the 21st century
  • Fredericks M
  • Kondellas B
  • Ross MWV
  • Hang L
  • Fredericks J
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2009(16:1): Online access only p. 13-20 21086 Chiropractic physicians: An analysis of select issues for the use of electronic medical records and the patient-practitioner relationship within the society-culture-personality model
  • Fredericks M
  • Lyons L
  • Kondellas B
  • Ross MWV
  • Hang L
  • Fredericks J
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2009(16:1): Online access only p. 21-25 21087 Survey of US chiropractors' perceptions about their clinical role as specialist or generalist
  • Smith M
  • Carber LA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2009(16:1): Online access only p. 26-31 21088 Nature versus nurture segues to choice versus circumstance in the new millennium: One consideration for an integrative biopsychosocial philosophy, art, and science of chiropractic
  • Smith M
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2009(16:1): Online access only p. 32-43 21089 Self-regulation in a small professional group is an important step toward professionalization: The Chiropractic Association in Singapore
  • Jorgensen AMS
  • Sheppard LA
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2009(16:1): Online access only p. 44-46 21090 Beneficence and the professional's moral imperative
  • Kinsinger FS
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2009(16:1): Online access only p. 50-53 21092 Process versus outcome: Challenges of the chiropractic wellness paradigm
  • Russell EG
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2009(16:1): Online access only p. 54-56 21093 Evaluation of the steps for implementation of electronic health records for a small chiropractic practice in Northern Michigan
  • McGregor DM
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2009(16:1): Online access only p. 57-75 21094 Old Dad Chiro: His thoughts, words, and deeds [Daniel David Palmer]
  • Brown MD
J Chiropr Humanit: 2008(15:): 1 20332 The 2008 Journal of Chiropractic Humanities: An Insight into the past, present, and future [editorial]
  • Johnson C
J Chiropr Humanit: 2008(15:): 2-9 20333 Chiropractic physicians: Toward a synthesis of electronic medical records and the society, culture, personality model in the new millennium
  • Fredericks M
  • Hang L
  • Ross MWV
  • Fredericks J
  • Lyons L
J Chiropr Humanit: 2008(15:): 10-18 20334 Chiropractic physicians: A functional conceptualization of electronic medical records technology and the society, culture, and personality model in the delivery of healthcare
  • Lyons L
  • Hang L
  • Ross MWV
  • Fredericks J
  • Fredericks M
J Chiropr Humanit: 2008(15:): 19-26 20335 Survey of US chiropractor attitudes and behaviors about subluxation
  • Smith M
  • Carber LA
J Chiropr Humanit: 2008(15:): 27-54 20336 Chiropractic and energy medicine: A shared history
  • Senzon SA
J Chiropr Humanit: 2008(15:): 55-66 20337 Technique in the classroom at Palmer College of Chiropractic: A history in the art of chiropractic
  • Hynes RJR
  • Callender AK
J Chiropr Humanit: 2008(15:): 67-80 20338 Posture queen contests in Alabama
  • Hug PR
J Chiropr Humanit: 2007(14:): Online access only p. 41-45 19918 Philosophy of chiropractic: Its origin and its future [presented at the World Federation of Chiropractic 9th Biennial Congress, Vilamoura, Portugal, 2007]
  • Clum G
J Chiropr Humanit: 2007(14:): Online access only 21 p 19914 The mechanistic/vitalistic dualism of chiropractic and general systems theory: Daniel D. Palmer and Ludwig von Bertalanffy
  • Callender AK
J Chiropr Humanit: 2007(14:): Online access only p. 22-27 19915 When demand exceeds supply: allocating chiropractic services at VA medical facilities
  • Dunn AS
  • Passmore SR
J Chiropr Humanit: 2007(14:): Online access only p. 28-33 19916 Chiropractic research in the postmodern world: A discussion of the need to use a greater variety of research methods
  • Stuber KJ
J Chiropr Humanit: 2007(14:): Online access only p. 34-40 19917 The four principles of biomedical ethics: A foundation for current bioethical debate
  • Lawrence DJ
J Chiropr Humanit: 2006(13:): Online access only 1 p 19398 Contemplation of thinking and learning in chiropractic [editorial]
  • Johnson C
J Chiropr Humanit: 2006(13:): Online access only 10 p 19399 Applications of the mind map learning technique in chiropractic education: a pilot study and literature review [review]
  • D'Antoni AV
  • Pinto Zipp G
J Chiropr Humanit: 2006(13:): Online access only p 12-20 19401 A treatise on fundamental principles of the philosophy of chiropractic and related topics in the life sciences
  • Clusserath MT
J Chiropr Humanit: 2006(13:): Online access only 6 p 19402 “Iron Sharpens Iron …” Experiential learning strategies in chiropractic education
  • Morgan WE
  • Morgan CP
J Chiropr Humanit: 2006(13:): Online access only 3 p 19403 What do symptoms mean to the chiropractor?
  • Amos MA
J Chiropr Humanit: 2006(13:): Online access only 7 p 19404 Chiropractic, contemporary culture, and patient education
  • Lund CJ
J Chiropr Humanit: 2005(12:): Online access only p 2-7 18610 When worldviews collide: maintaining a vitalistic perspective in chiropractic in the postmodern era
  • Hawk C
J Chiropr Humanit: 2005(12:): Online access only p 1 18646 A balance between navel-gazing and considering the rest of the world [editorial]
  • Johnson C
J Chiropr Humanit: 2005(12:): Online access only p 8-15 18611 A proposal regarding the identity of chiropractic: embrace the centrality of the spine
  • Briggance BB
J Chiropr Humanit: 2005(12:): Online access only p 16-32 18612 Rigor in the philosophy of chiropractic: beyond the dismissivism/authoritarian polemic
  • McAulay BJ
J Chiropr Humanit: 2005(12:): Online access only p 33-37 18613 The set and setting: professionalism defined
  • Kinsinger S
J Chiropr Humanit: 2005(12:): Online access only p 38-44 18614 A model for learning to understand and communicate the philosophy of chiropractic: Using the 7 habits of highly effective people
  • Gross TA
  • Butler C
J Chiropr Humanit: 2004(11:): Online access only p. 24-28 17514 Advancing the philosophy of chiropractic: Advocating virtue
  • Kinsinger S
J Chiropr Humanit: 2004(11:): Online access only p. 29-37 17515 John V. Whaley: The Don Quixote of Illinois chiropractic
  • Callender AK
  • Swerdlick KA
J Chiropr Humanit: 2004(11:): Online access only p. 2-10 17512 The battle for innate: A perspective on fundamentalism in chiropractic
J Chiropr Humanit: 2004(11:): Online access only p.11-23 17513 The nature of morality and its implications for chiropractic educators in ethics
  • Wells KA
J Chiropr Humanit: 2004(11:): Online access only p. 38-43 17516 The subluxation syndrome: A condition whose time has come?
  • Good C
J Chiropr Humanit: 2004(11:): Online access only p. 44-48 17517 Hippocrates on ethical practice management
  • Morgan WE
J Chiropr Humanit: 2001(10:): Online access only 9 p 14647 Healing the body, healing the spirit, healing the world: The wellness paradigm as a metaphor for securing our future
  • Chance MA
J Chiropr Humanit: 2001(10:): Online access only 11 p 14648 Self-care: A growing wellness initiative
  • Jamison JR
J Chiropr Humanit: 2001(10:): Online access only 13 p. 14649 Chiropractic and cybernetics
  • Wijewickrama D
J Chiropr Humanit: 2001(10:): Online access only 7 p. 14650 Vis Mediatrix Naturae, Vital force to innate intelligence and concepts for 2000
  • Jackson RB
J Chiropr Humanit: 2001(10:): Online access only 35 p. 14651 The question of theology for chiropractic: A theological study of chiropractic’s prime tenets
  • Mirtz A
J Chiropr Humanit: 2001(10:): Online access only 10 p. 14652 The praxis of practice for the chiropractic physician: A christocentric model for a physician-patient relationship
  • Shields-Wright KE
J Chiropr Humanit: 2001(10:): Online access only 6 p. 14653 A survey of chiropractors’ use of nutrition in private practice
  • Smith DL
  • Spillman DM
J Chiropr Humanit: 2001(10:): Online access only 11 p. 14654 They spoke...have we listened?
J Chiropr Humanit: 2001(10:): Online access only 10 p 14655 Microsoft and medicine
  • Smith JC
J Chiropr Humanit: 2001(10:): Online access only 9 p. 14656 Use of a new traction-flexion device in a patient with low back pain: a case study [case report]
  • Leonard DK
  • Tuttle WE
  • Pfefer M
J Chiropr Humanit: 2001(10:): Online access only 8 p. 17828 Bibliography of chiropractic and other techniques
  • Simolo CA
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): Online access only 7 p 535 Avoiding pedantism: A path to thoughtful teaching
  • Johnson CD
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): Online access only 8 p 536 From “quacks to colleagues?” Viewing the evolution of orthodox tolerance of deviant medical practice
  • Gibbons RW
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): Online access only 12 p 537 Vertebral subluxation and a professional objective for chiropractic
  • Clusserath MT
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): Online access only 7 p 538 An essay on chiropractic's "institute of qualification"
  • Beideman RP
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): Online access only 4 p 539 The subluxation complex
  • Faye LJ
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): Online access only 8 p 540 Thomas Jones Palmer, western pioneer publicist
  • Jackson RB
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): Online access only 15 p 541 Robert Boyd Jackson: Chiropractic clinician, statesman, historian
  • Vear HJ
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): Online access only 17 p 542 Universal intelligence: A theological entity in conflict with Lutheran theology
  • Mirtz T
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): Online access only 17 p 543 Chiropractic ethics: An oxymoron? Contemporary ethical issues in chiropractic
  • Smith JC
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): Online access only 4 p 544 The art of listening
  • Such GW
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): Online access only 11 p 545 Chiropractors are physicians (and almost always were)
  • Beideman RP
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): 31 546 The trouble with innate and the trouble that causes [letter; comment]
  • Donahue J
  • Fischel G
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): 4 547 The trouble with innate and the trouble that causes [letter; comment]
  • Donahue J
  • Merkin L
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): 8 548 The consumer model in education: a perspective [letter; comment]
  • Jansen RD
  • Lawrence DJ
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): 7 549 Chiropractic and wellness care [letter]
  • Berman R
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): 1 550 Chiropractic and wellness care [letter]
  • Andersen GD
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): 12 551 Chiropractic and wellness care [letter]
  • Whitney JT
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): 6 552 Chiropractic and wellness care [letter]
  • Jessen AR
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): 6 553 Chiropractic and wellness care [letter]
  • Nelson WA
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): 8 554 Go to jail for chiro [letter; comment]
  • Gibbons RW
  • Jessen AR
J Chiropr Humanit: 1998(8:1): 2-7 1819 Why did chiropractic survive?
  • Wardwell WI
J Chiropr Humanit: 1998(8:1): 8-15 1820 Mind-body medicine: The evolving science of chiropractic care
  • Jamison JR
J Chiropr Humanit: 1998(8:1): 16-21 1821 The People vs. D.D. Palmer, California 1902; State of Iowa vs. D.D. Palmer 1905
  • Jackson RB
J Chiropr Humanit: 1998(8:1): 22-26 1822 Ethical and legal considerations of providing chiropractic treatment in medical facilities
  • Schneider J
J Chiropr Humanit: 1998(8:1): 27-37 1823 The philosophy of chiropractic and reminiscences of its early development and growth
  • Beideman R
J Chiropr Humanit: 1998(8:1): 38-42 1824 Leadership strategies to enable curriculum change
  • Swenson RL
J Chiropr Humanit: 1998(8:1): 43-54 1825 Improving historical research reports: A case report format and example in Arden Zimmerman, D.C.
  • Green BN
J Chiropr Humanit: 1998(8:1): 55-66 1826 Philosophy and science versus dogmatism in the practice of chiropractic
  • Seaman D
J Chiropr Humanit: 1998(8:1): 67-70 1827 Remembering Tom Morris
  • Rehm WS
J Chiropr Humanit: 1998(8:1): 71-76 1828 Chiropractic: More than spinal manipulation
  • Hawk C
J Chiropr Humanit: 1998(8:1): 77-79 1829 Contemporary chiropractic [book review] ed. by Daniel Redwood
  • Swenson R
J Chiropr Humanit: 1998(8:1): 80 1830 Chiropractic primary care, and the emerging natural health care market [letter; comment]
  • Hayes JP
J Chiropr Humanit: 1998(8:1): 80-82 1831 The subluxation question [letter; comment]
  • Pederson J
J Chiropr Humanit: 1997(7:1): 2-10 2798 Quality, complexity and organizational health
  • Beckman J
J Chiropr Humanit: 1997(7:1): 11-17 2799 Consumer choice between chiropractic and medical care: A microeconomic analysis
  • Cooperstein R
J Chiropr Humanit: 1997(7:1): 23-25 2801 Mencken on Chiropractic: "Pig-Tracks of the Sage"
  • Rehm WS
J Chiropr Humanit: 1997(7:1): 18-22 2800 Kentuckiana children's center: A 40-year history
  • Barnes T
J Chiropr Humanit: 1997(7:1): 26-32 2802 Predictability of the effects of nerve interference
  • Clusserath MT
J Chiropr Humanit: 1997(7:1): 33-41 2803 A Glimpse into bone setting and chiropractic in South Dakota
  • Jackson RB
J Chiropr Humanit: 1997(7:1): 42-45 2804 Chiropractic, primary care, and the emerging natural health care market
  • Seater SR
J Chiropr Humanit: 1997(7:1): 46-55 2805 The subluxation question
  • Nelson C
J Chiropr Humanit: 1997(7:1): 61 2807 The need for a sacred science by Seyyed Hossein Nasr [book review]
  • Miller HM
J Chiropr Humanit: 1997(7:1): 56-60 2806 Sacred cows and shibboleths
  • Lawrence DJ
J Chiropr Humanit: 1996(6:1): 2-10 3663 THE SEARCH FOR INTRA-PROFESSIONAL HARMONY.
  • Winterstein JE
J Chiropr Humanit: 1996(6:1): 11-17 3664 THE SCIENCE OF IDENTIFYING PROFESSIONS AS APPLIED TO CHIROPRACTIC.
  • Gelardi TA
J Chiropr Humanit: 1996(6:1): 18-22 3665 HAS VITALISM BEEN A HELP OR A HINDRANCE TO THE SCIENCE AND ART OF CHIROPRACTIC?
  • Koch D
J Chiropr Humanit: 1996(6:1): 23-25 3666 THE ROLE OF CHIROPRACTIC IN THE EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF HOLISTIC HEALING.
  • Beideman RP
J Chiropr Humanit: 1996(6:1): 26-44 3667 CRAIG M. KIGHTLINGER, M.A., D.C. AND THE EASTERN CHIROPRACTIC INSTITUTE.
  • Keating JC Jr
J Chiropr Humanit: 1996(6:1): 45-49 3668 AN INTRODUCTION TO BIOMEDICAL ETHICS.
  • Lawrence DJ
J Chiropr Humanit: 1996(6:1): 50-54 3669 TRADITIONAL CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY: IRRELEVANT OR IRREPLACEABLE?
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J Chiropr Humanit: 1995(5:1): 50-55 4681 ON DIVERSIFIED CHIROPRACTIC TECHNIQUE
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J Chiropr Humanit: 1994(4:1): 26-35 5624 CLINICAL COMMUNICATION: THE ESSENCE OF CHIROPRACTIC?
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J Chiropr Humanit: 1994(4:1): 61-71 5627 GO TO JAIL FOR CHIRO
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J Chiropr Humanit: 1994(4:1): 72-74 5628 THE GREAT DIVIDE
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J Chiropr Humanit: 1993(3:1): 21-41 6455 ROOTS OF THE LACC: SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC
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J Chiropr Humanit: 1993(3:1): 56-61 6457 PALMER'S PRINCIPLE OF TONE: OUR METAPHYSICAL BASIS
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