Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 18277
  Title Ethical perspectives: sexual boundary issues and the chiropractic paradigm, by Michael J. Stahl and Stephen M. Foreman [book review]
Journal JACA Online. 2005 Aug;42(6):Online access only p 22
Peer Review No
Publication Type Book Review
Abstract/Notes At 123 pages, this important book may be brief, but it is not short on timeliness or importance. The alarmingly high statistics of professional boundary violations in the chiropractic profession call for a no-nonsense approach to problems and solutions. This book addresses both in a highly practical fashion. The authors do a fine job of logically organizing the materials and presenting them in a most readable style.

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