Index to Chiropractic Literature
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  Title A brief review of chiropractic educational programs and recommendations for celebrating education on Chiropractic Day
Journal J Chiropr Humanit. 2022 Dec;29(1):44-54
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Article

Objective: The purpose of this article is to provide an overview of the growth of chiropractic education globally and a chronological list of current training programs. Another purpose is to provide exemplars of enduring programs and offer suggestions for how chiropractic practitioners may celebrate education on Chiropractic Day, which is September 18.

Discussion: Chiropractic education has transformed considerably over the past 125 years, and there are now 52 programs globally. We consider the 5 longest-existing chiropractic programs and propose hypotheses for what may have contributed to their durability. In addition, we offer ideas and opportunities for how chiropractic practitioners may focus on chiropractic education when celebrating the founding of the profession.

Conclusion: Since its inception, chiropractic education has expanded around the world and continues to develop. Recognized accreditation agencies and testing organizations are ensuring that standards of education are established and maintained internationally. With innovation, international collaboration, and a commitment to continuous professional development, the future of chiropractic education is bright. We urge chiropractic practitioners from all over the world to celebrate these accomplishments on Chiropractic Day. (J Chiropr Humanit 2022;29;44-54)

Author keywords: Chiropractic; History; Health Occupations; Education, Professional; History, 20th Century

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