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ID 20377
  Title The utilization of Web 2.0 technologies to facilitate change and promote a research culture within the chiropractic profession
Journal Chiropr J Aust. 2008 Dec;38(4):131-134
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Article
Abstract/Notes The aim of this paper is to introduce the use of a set of Web 2.0 collaborative technologies that will facilitate the implementation of a proposed strategic framework for research in order to facilitate a change of research culture within the Chiropractic profession. Our profession requires full utilization of available resources including supporting and encouraging members of the profession to undertake research, to exchange ideas, and to seek to ultimately bridge the gap between the profession and academia. We hope to promote this change by encouraging a change in vision for the future of the chiropractic profession. The implementation strategies within this framework that is targeted at members of the profession will be facilitated by a set of Web 2.0 set of collaborative tools, with the intent of providing the medium for interaction and knowledge sharing. These are the Chiroblog and the Chirowiki. We are interested in facilitating the creation of a research culture, disseminating research knowledge and creating forums to an open exchange of ideas on topics of interest to the chiropractic community. The framework is designed to promote the inclusion of research as an incremental change in their routines. The adoption and implementation of these Web 2.0 technologies will be advanced following diffusion and infusion strategies for effective transfer of complex technologies in organisations.

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