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ID 18670
  Title Oswald Hall, PhD: Chiropractic advocate; 1971 to 1998
Journal J Can Chiropr Assoc. 2005 Dec;49(4):301-311
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Article
Abstract/Notes Oswald Hall is one of the "outsiders" who has profoundly impacted Canadian chiropractic and by extension, its various constituencies. The purpose of this paper is to document how Dr. Hall used the depth and breadth of knowledge and experience assimilated in his career, to interact with the chiropractic profession and the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC). Dr. Hall's main achievement for chiropractic was to quietly, firmly, yet politely, open doors for the acceptance by and of chiropractic and CMCC into the arena of graduate level professional education. He did this in three ways: Dr. Hall's first step took place in 1973, when as Chair of the Task Force on Chiropractic for the OCH, he assisted the committee to make positive recommendations regarding our education and practice. Dr. Hall's second step was his contribution to the sociological study culminating in the book, Chiropractors: Do They Help." His third, and most complex initiative began in 1982 when he joined the CMCC Board. His stamina and affability were tested during his sixteen year tenure on the University Affiliation Committee as the College endured protracted, failed attempts to unite with the University of Victoria, BC (1988-1992) and York University, Toronto, ON (1995-2001).

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