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ID 19861
  Title Editor's Perspective: The ACC Paradigm-something we can all agree upon? [editorial]
Journal J Vert Sublux Res. 2003 ;APR(3):Online access only p. 1-4
Peer Review No
Publication Type Editorial
Abstract/Notes In July 1996 the Presidents of all North American chiropractic colleges gathered together in an effort to develop a working paradigm for the chiropractic profession. The results of this meeting and a series of retreats were two position papers – one titled: ACC Chiropractic Paradigm and another on chiropractic scope and practice titled: ACC Scope and Practice. Since that time these statements and the Paradigm as a whole have been widely circulated within and outside the profession.

At the time of this writing nearly all major national and international chiropractic organizations have adopted and/or endorsed the statement including: The World Chiropractic Alliance; The Council on Chiropractic Practice; The International Chiropractors Association; The American Chiropractic Association; The Congress of Chiropractic State Associations; The National Association of Chiropractic Attorneys; The World Federation of Chiropractic.

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