Index to Chiropractic Literature
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  Title Research. Advising on prevention in chiropractic: A look at public health promotion and health behavior theory use in clinical education settings
URL http://www.tihcij.com/Articles/Advising-on-Prevention-in-Chiropractic-A-Look-at-Public-Health-Promotion-and-Health-Behavior-Theory-Use-in-Clinical-Education-Settings.aspx?id=0000252
Journal Top Integr Health Care. 2011 ;2(1):Online access only
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Abstract/Notes Chiropractic care is among the more commonly used Complementary and Alternative Medical (CAM) therapies. Spinal co-morbidities include many of the most common causes of premature death and disability. Health promotion and disease prevention have been used in the profession and taught in educational settings but not yet fully embraced in usual practice. This manuscript reviews areas in which health promotion has been emphasized in chiropractic education along with instances in which health behavior theories (HBTs) have been applied. Chiropractic clinical and educational programs should consider application of HBTs to move clinicians and interns forward regarding better advising roles with patients related to prevention and health promotion.

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