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ID 19747
  Title Is the tail wagging the dog? [editorial]
Journal J Chiropr Educ. 2000 Spring;14(1):vii-viii
Peer Review No
Publication Type Editorial
Abstract/Notes Excerpt: As educators of the chiropractors of the future, we have the multifaceted responsibility of preparing our students to provide high-quality health care. We provide students with an introduction to a large and ever-expanding body of factual information, and hopefully help them learn how to critically evaluate new information. We try to help them develop an integrative understanding of the body of knowledge required to engage in meaningful clinical decision making. We help them develop the practical skills required to render care to those in need, and the personal interaction skills required to work with the public. Attempts are made to prepare our students to survive in an ever-evolving business climate, where changes such as managed care and evolving models of collaborative care pose new challenges and opportunities. As the profession and the health care environment evolve, it is necessary and desirable that chiropractic education also evolves accordingly.

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