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ID 17063
  Title The best books for 2004: A year of new editions
Journal Chiropr J Aust. 2004 Dec;34(4):147-160
Peer Review No
Publication Type Book Review
Abstract/Notes Reviews are presented of a number of books published during 2004. The author selectively sampled a variety of publications for the year and evaluated them as to whether or not they held relevance to the clinical practice of chiropractic and its contemporary context. Twenty-three texts and one DVD were chosen for inclusion in this review addressing a range of clinical and professional issues. In contrast to preceding years this review includes a number of texts that are specific to chiropractic. Most of these are new editions that demonstrate a growing maturity in the literature of the profession. Second and subsequent editions are a direct result of demand, which in turn is indicative of acceptance and utilisation. Most new editions are found to be commendable improvements with new content and refreshed relevance. The conclusion reached in previous years holds true this year: more than ever the clinician has access to high quality texts that explore in detail many aspects of chiropractic practice.

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