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ID 20364
  Title Scope of practice: What should be included and what not? [editorial]
URL http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1016/j.clch.2008.09.001
Journal Clin Chiropr. 2008 Sep;11(3):115-119
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Publication Type Editorial
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Excerpt: The question of scope of practice and whether there is a need for a defined statement is one that has been bouncing along in the background of chiropractic for a number of years. Issues such as this have both positive and negative sides dependent on whether you are discussing it inside or outside the profession (for an example of an external view of a similar issue. However, viewing something from a different standpoint, i.e., by personalising the issue, can often help people realise the implications they otherwise would not have considered. From this perspective, as at sometime or another many of the readers of this article will become a patient, this point of reference will be used here, initially. As a patient therefore, what would you expect from care?

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