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ID 22768
  Title Editorial
URL http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.clch.2012.10.001
Journal Clin Chiropr. 2012 Dec;15(3-4):101
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Excerpt: The Council of the College of Chiropractors has taken the difficult decision to cease publication of Clinical Chiropractic. There will be no new issues after Volume 15 but all published volumes will continue to be accessible on Science Direct in perpetuity. The Council would like to express sincere thanks to all readers, subscribers, contributors, reviewers, editors and, in particular, the Editor-in-Chief, Martin Young, who has dedicated countless hours over many years to the task.

In order to pursue its strategic goal to promote dissemination of high quality research, the College of Chiropractors will now support collaborative initiatives to develop other resources that (a) provide a stronger platform from which to publicise excellence in chiropractic research and (b) are more readily available to researchers, chiropractors and other clinicians worldwide. In addition, the College of Chiropractors will provide new assets for its members to assist in information dissemination and continuing professional development, including an internal, online magazine which will be launched prior to the publication of the last issue of Clinical Chiropractic in December 2012.

This excerpt is reproduced with the permission of the publisher; full text is available by subscription. 


  

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