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ID 25823
  Title Now trending, a call to unify: Highlighting results from Canadian Chiropractor's Practice Trends Survey
Journal Can Chiropr. 2018 Sep;23(6):14-17
Peer Review No
Publication Type Article

Data from 476 survey responses from Canadian chiropractors are represented in this year's Canadian Chiropractor Practice Trends Survey.  The survey covered practitioner demographics, income for 2017, practice profile, patient load, preferred modes for continuing education, opinion on limited prescription rights and greatest perceived challenges such as public trust and understanding of chiropractic.

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