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Index to Chiropractic Literature
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  Title The best books for 2003, with a tribute to Chapman-Smith
URL http://www.chiropractors.asn.au/cjournal/vol33/cja030301dec.html#Anchor-EMG-11481
Journal Chiropr J Aust. 2003 Dec;33(4):138-153
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Abstract/Notes Reviews are presented of a number of books published during 2003. The author selectively sampled a variety of publications for the year as to whether or not they held relevance to the clinical practice of chiropractic and its contemporary understanding. Twenty-eight titles and one periodical were chosen for inclusion in this review, addressing a range of clinical and professional issues. The review includes a periodical that celebrated its 100th issue during the year. Among the texts there is but one specific to chiropractic, and concern is expressed regarding the paucity of writing on the future directions and challenges for the chiropractic profession. The conclusion is reached that, more than ever, the clinician has access to high quality texts that explore in detail many aspects of clinical practice.

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