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ID 19546
  Title What is the Association of Chiropractic Colleges Educational Conference and Research Agenda Conference? [editorial]
Journal J Manipulative Physiol Ther. 2007 May;30(4):249-250
Peer Review No
Publication Type Editorial
Abstract/Notes This editorial presents a brief summary of the Association of Chiropractic Colleges Educational Conference and Research Agenda Conference (ACC-RAC) 2007, what it is and is not, and why one might wish to attend future ACC-RAC conferences.
From Fig. 1.
What ACC-RAC is:
- A scientific and educational conference for educators, researchers, clinicians, administrators, health policy makers, students, and anyone else interested in chiropractic
- A forum for scholars to present and discuss their latest work
- An event for various designated groups to meet to collaborate, discuss, and plan for the future of the chiropractic profession
- A set of selected training sessions and cutting edge research papers that are presented before they are published
- A conference that is attended by chiropractic researchers, educators, and lecturers from all over the world

What ACC-RAC is not:
- It is not a marketing or practice management seminar
- It is not a systems-based technique seminar
- It does not sell or promote products, gimmicks, or "get rich quick" schemes
- It is not a political meeting for people to promote their agendas
- It is not a place for conference planners and attendees to make decisions for, or dictate actions to, the profession
- It is not a place for heavily biased thinkers or one-traek-minded people

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