Index to Chiropractic Literature
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J Chiropr Educ: March 2019(33:1): 30-39 25760 A mixed-method study of chiropractic student clinical immersion placements in nonmetropolitan Western Australia: Influence on student experience, professional attributes, and practice destination
  • Amorin-Woods LG
  • Losco BE
  • Leach M
J Chiropr Educ: March 2019(33:1): 40-48 25761 A collaborative process for a program redesign for education in evidence-based health care
  • Whillier S
  • Spence N
  • Giuriato R
J Chiropr Educ: Oct 2018(32:2): 126-130 25375 The association between students taking elective courses in chiropractic technique and their anticipated chiropractic technique choices in future practice
  • Wanlass PW
  • Sikorski DM
  • Kizhakkeveettil A
  • Tobias GS
J Chiropr Educ: Oct 2018(32:2): 152-158 25379 Development of a clinical skills remediation program for chiropractic students at a university
  • Lady SD
  • Takaki L
Chiropr J Aust: 2018(46:2): Online access only p 151-161 25261 The first chiropractic hackathon: Reimagining chiropractic education
  • Ebrall P
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2018(26:24): Online access only 13 p 25238 The prevalence of the term subluxation in chiropractic degree program curricula throughout the world
  • Funk MF
  • Frisina-Deyo AJ
  • Mirtz TA
  • Perle SM
Chiropr J Aust: 2017(45:4): Online access only p 269-287 25079 Student perceptions of a clinical placement within a therapeutic community
  • Amorin-Woods L
J Chiropr Educ: Oct 2017(31:2): 115-124 25066 Chiropractic curriculum mapping and congruence of the evidence for workplace interventions in work-related neck pain [review]
  • Fruitger M
  • Tuchin PJ
J Chiropr Educ: Oct 2017(31:2): 125-131 25067 Tumor imaging instruction and assessment at chiropractic colleges in North America: A pilot study with implications for National Board of Chiropractic Examiners content
  • Linaker KL
  • Arpin SA
  • Fischer CP
  • Sackett M
  • Georger L
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2016(23:1): Online access only p 53-60 24674 The Swiss Master in Chiropractic Medicine [MChiroMed] curriculum: Preparing graduates to work together with medicine to improve patient care
  • Humphreys BK
  • Peterson CK
Chiropr J Aust: 2016(44:4): Online access only p 290-302 24655 A proposed bioethics curriculum for chiropractic colleges
  • Kinsinger FS
  • Lawrence D
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Jun 2016(60:2): Online access only p 190–194 24508 Subluxation and semantics: A corpus linguistics study
  • Budgell B
J Chiropr Educ: Mar 2016(30:1): 30-36 24335 The influence of curricular and extracurricular learning activities on students' choice of chiropractic technique
  • Sikorski DM
  • Kizhakkeveettil A
  • Tobias GS
J Chiropr Educ: Mar 2016(30:1): 48-49 24338 The Hidden Curriculum in Health Professional Education [by Frederic W. Hafferty, Joseph F. O'Donnell] [book review]
  • Nyquist JG
J Chiropr Humanit: Dec 2015(22:1): Online access only p 1-8 24304 Radiology undergraduate and resident curricula: A narrative review of the literature [review]
  • Linaker KL
J Chiropr Educ: Mar 2015(29:1): 29-36. 24003 Curriculum mapping within an Australian master of chiropractic program: Congruence between published evidence for chiropractic and student assessment tasks
  • Gorrell L
  • Beirman RL
  • Vemulpad SR
J Chiropr Educ: Mar 2015(29:1): 37-42 24004 Emphasis on various subtopics in the anatomy curriculum for chiropractic training: An international survey of chiropractors and anatomists
  • Chapman PD
  • Meyer A
  • Young K
  • Wibowo D
  • Walker B
J Chiropr Educ: Mar 2015(29:1): 43-48 24005 Utilizing doctors' attitudes toward staff training to inform a chiropractic technology curriculum
  • Eberhart C
  • Martel SS
J Chiropr Educ: Spring 2014(28:1): 21–27 23338 The learning style preferences of chiropractic students: A cross-sectional study
  • Whillier S
  • Lystad RP
  • Abi-Arrage D
  • McPhie C
  • Johnston S
  • Williams C
  • Rice M
J Chiropr Educ: Spring 2014(28:1): 28–31 23339 Predictors of performance of students in biochemistry in a doctor of chiropractic curriculum
  • Shaw K
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 2014(58:1): Online access only p 6-7 23282 Commentary. Evidence-based case reports
  • Bolton J
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2013(43:4): 137-141 23201 A cross sectional study on the retention of neuroanatomy knowledge by chiropractic students
  • McCoy R
  • Whillier S
  • Parkinson A
  • Hijazi G
  • Hall K
  • Nguyen T
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2013(27:2): 135-140 23135 Feasibility of using a standardized patient encounter for training chiropractic students in tobacco cessation counseling
  • Hawk C
  • Kaeser MA
  • Beavers DV
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 2013(43:2): 80-81 22886 Anatomy based research projects in the final year of chiropractic studies: Reinforcing anatomy knowledge while improving research skills
  • Strkalj G
  • Casey M
J Chiropr Educ: Spring 2013(27:1): 40-47 22808 Increasing research capacity in the chiropractic profession: A case study and evaluation of an innovative research program in Norway
  • Lothe LR
  • Bolton JE
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 2013(57:1): Online access only p 18-31 22710 Assessing the attitudes, knowledge and perspectives of medical students to chiropractic
  • Wong JJ
  • Di Loreto L
  • Kara A
  • Yu K
  • Mattia A
  • Soave D
  • Weyman K
  • Kopansky-Giles D
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 2013(57:1): Online access only p 32-41 22711 Frequency of use of diagnostic and manual therapeutic procedures of the spine taught at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College: A preliminary survey of Ontario chiropractors. Part 1: Practice characteristics and demographic profiles
  • Gleberzon B
  • Stuber K
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 2012(42:4): 137-138 22666 Commentary. Teaching ophthalmoscopy to chiropractic students: Where is the evidence for inclusion in the curriculum?
  • Beirman R
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 2012(35:9): 692-700 22631 Development and psychometric evaluation of an evidence-based practice questionnaire for a chiropractic curriculum
  • Leo MC
  • Peterson D
  • Haas M
  • LeFebvre R
  • Bhalerao S
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 2012(35:9): 701-709 22632 Evaluation of the effects of an evidence-based practice curriculum on knowledge, attitudes, and self-assessed skills and behaviors in chiropractic students
  • Haas M
  • Leo M
  • Peterson D
  • LeFebvre R
  • Vavrek D
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2012(26:2): 184-187 22643 Commentary. Evidence-based chiropractic education: Are we equipping graduates for clinical practice with improved patient outcomes?
  • Shreeve MW
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2012(26:2): 138-145 22638 Correlation between student performances on course level integrated clinical skills examinations and objective structured clinical examinations [OSCEs] in a chiropractic college program
  • Russell BS
  • Hoiriis KT
  • Guagliardo J
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2012(26:2): 175-183 22642 An international survey of gross anatomy courses in chiropractic colleges
  • Ball JJ
  • Petrocco-Napuli KL
  • Zumpano MP
J Chiropr Educ: Spring 2012(26:1): 14-23 22229 Manikin-based clinical simulation in chiropractic education
  • McGregor M
  • Giuliano D
J Chiropr Educ: Spring 2012(26:1): 51-61 22234 Degree of vertical integration between the undergraduate program and clinical internship with respect to cervical and cranial diagnostic and therapeutic procedures taught at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
  • Leppington C
  • Gleberzon B
  • Fortunato L
  • Doucet N
  • Vandervalk K
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2011(25:2): 125-131 21916 Learning spinal manipulation: A comparison of two teaching models
  • Harvey M-P
  • Wynd S
  • Richardson L
  • Dugas C
  • Descarreaux M
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2011(25:2): 151-163 21973 Perception of educational environment among undergraduate students in a chiropractic training institution
  • Palmgren PJ
  • Chandratilake M
Chiropr Dialog: Spring 2011(2011:2): Online access only p 10-11 22179 Survey of chiropractors attitudes and opinions regarding chiropractic college curricular content, length, relationship to practice success and recommendations for change
  • McCoy M
  • Kent C
  • Decken W
  • George H
  • Brown M
  • Risser B
  • Ross N
  • Nay F
  • Thompson J
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2010(24:2): 194-197 21396 Commentary. Horizontal integration of the basic sciences in the chiropractic curriculum
  • Ward KP
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2010(24:2): 200-201 21398 Teaching Medical Professionalism, Edited by Richard L. Cruess, Sylvia R. Cruess, and Yvonne Steinert [book review]
  • Nyquist JG
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 2010(54:1): 52-59 20994 Jurisprudence and business management course content taught at accredited chiropractic colleges: A comparative audit
  • Gleberzon BJ
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 2010(54:1): 60-68 20995 Restructuring of the jurisprudence course taught at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
  • Gleberzon BJ
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 2009(39:3): 87-91 20782 Chiropractic education: Towards best practice in four areas of the curriculum
  • Ebrall P
  • Eaton S
  • Hinck G
  • Kelly B
  • Nook B
  • Pennacchio V
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2009(23:2): 123-133 20727 Usefulness of CanMEDS competencies for chiropractic graduate education in Europe
  • Wangler M
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2009(23:2): 165-173 20731 Educational Research in Action. Student-generated case reports
  • Good CJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 2009(32:6): 453-462 20665 Improving preventive health services training in chiropractic colleges Part II: Enhancing outcomes through improved training and accountability processes
  • Globe G
  • Redwood D
  • Brantingham JW
  • Hawk C
  • Terre L
  • Globe D
  • Mayer S
J Chiropr Educ: Spring 2009(23:1): 28-35 20491 A survey of geriatrics courses in North American chiropractic programs
  • Borggren CL
  • Osterbauer PJ
  • Wiles MR
J Chiropr Educ: Spring 2009(23:1): 40-46 20494 Educational research in action. The implementation of virtual instruction in relation to X-ray anatomy and positioning in a chiropractic degree program: A descriptive paper
  • Rush PO
  • Boone WR
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2008(22:2): 145-151 20306 Business training and education needs of chiropractors
  • Henson SW
  • Pressley M
  • Korfmann S
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2008(22:2): 152-160 20307 Towards a 21 century paradigm of chiropractic: Stage 1, redesigning clinical learning
  • Ebrall P
  • Draper B
  • Repka A
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 2008(38:2): 57-68 20165 Designing core clinical bioethics training for master’s level students in an American chiropractic college [Palmer College of Chiropractic]
  • Lawrence DJ
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2008(38:1): 30-31 20105 Right courses: Competency and capability [letter; comment]
  • Nichols DE
  • Ebrall P
J Chiropr Educ: Spring 2008(22:1): 23-28 20025 Commentary. Beyond the didactic classroom: Educational models to encourage active student involvement in learning [review]
  • Shreeve MW
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 2007(37:2): 57-60 19777 Commentary. Are we teaching the right courses?
  • Ebrall P
J Chiropr Educ: Spring 2007(21:1): 20-27 19541 Curriculum reform in a public health course at a chiropractic college: Are we making progress toward improving clinical relevance?
  • Borody C
  • Till H
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2007(37:1): 19-24 19487 Primary contact practitioner training: A comparison of chiropractic and naturopathic curricula in Australia
  • Grace S
  • Vemulpad S
  • Beirman R
Clin Chiropr: Mar 2007(10:1): 36-42 19477 Comparison of teaching orthopaedics using an integrated case-based curriculum and a conventional curriculum: A preliminary study
  • Gemmell HA
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2006(20:2): 139-144 19251 Educational research in action. Best practices in syllabus writing: Contents of a learner-centered syllabus
  • Johnson CD
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: May 2006(29:4): Online access only 9 p 18972 Teaching diagnostic decision making: Student evaluation of a diagnosis unit
  • Jamison JR
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 2005(28:9): 702-707 18539 Improving preventive health services training in chiropractic colleges: a pilot impact evaluation of the introduction of a model public health curriculum
  • Valente T
  • Azen SP
  • Globe GA
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2005(19:2): 97-102 18401 Development of a mixed-mode undergraduate chiropractic program. J Chiropractic Educ 2004;18(2):97-102 [letter;comment]
  • Lewis BJ
  • Vall K
  • Newell D
  • Cunliffe C
  • Williams LE
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 2005(28:6): 423-428 18331 Implementation of a course on wellness concepts into a chiropractic college curriculum
  • Hawk C
  • Hyland JK
  • Rupert RL
  • Odhwani A
J Vert Sublux Res: 2004(AUG:16): Online access only 3 p. 19438 Spinal hygiene and its impact on health and general well being
  • Kirk R
  • Shepherd C
J Chiropr Educ: Spring 2004(18:1): 57-58 17454 IMPLEMENTATION OF AN INFORMATION LITERACY COURSE FOR A DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC PROGRAM [POSTER PRESENTED AT THE ASSOCIATION OF CHIROPRACTIC COLLEGES' ELEVENTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE, 2004]
  • Harvey P
  • Goodell K
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2004(18:2): 97-102 17200 Development of a mixed-mode undergraduate chiropractic program
  • Newell D
  • Cunliffe C
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2004(18:2): 116-126 17202 Report on the development, implementation, and evaluation of an evidence-based skills course: A lesson in incremental curricular change
  • Hawk C
  • Henderson C
  • Killinger LZ
  • Long C
  • Marchiori DM
  • Meeker WC
  • Smith M
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 2004(48:4): 249-251 17136 A worthy experience for a chiropractor [commentary]
  • Vear HJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 2003(26:6): 396 16301 Developing skilled performance of lumbar spine manipulation [letter; comment]
  • Enebo BA
  • Triano JJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 2003(26:6): 397-398 16302 Developing skilled performance of lumbar spine manipulation [letter; comment]
  • Triano JJ
  • Coloma J
  • Faubion J
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2002(16:2): 122-127 17307 Development of an on-line advanced clinical topics course
  • Rose KA
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 2002(25:6): 353-361 15801 Developing skilled performance of lumbar spine manipulation [randomized controlled trial]
  • Triano JJ
  • Rogers CM
  • Combs S
  • Potts D
  • Sorrels K
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 2002(46:1): 61 15736 To the editor in reply [Chiropractic "name techniques": a review of the literature. JCCA 2001;45(2):86-99 by B.J. Gleberzon] [letter]
  • Gleberzon BJ
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 2002(46:1): 61 15738 Chiropractic "name techniques": a review of the literature. JCCA 2001;45(2):86-99 by B.J. Gleberzon [letter]
  • Harrison DD
J Chiropr Educ: Spring 2001(15:1): 45-48 19746 Letter to the Editor [letter; comment]
  • Diantoni AV
  • Ward RW
JNMS: Fall 2001(9:3): 77-81 15443 NEUROSCIENCE IN THE CHIROPRACTIC CURRICULUM
  • Budgell BS
  • Injeyan HS
  • Polus BI
  • Vernon HT
  • Pickar JG
  • Bub GA
  • Henderson NR
  • Kinsinger S
  • Moltz JH
  • Song X
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 2001(45:3): 201-203 15209 Chiropractic "name techniques": a review of the literature. JCCA 2001; 45(2):86-99 [letter; comment]
  • Lawrence DJ
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Jun 2001(45:2): 86-99 15196 Chiropractic "name techniques": a review of the literature
  • Gleberzon BJ
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 2001(45:1): 62-64 15180 Name techniques in Canada: current trends in utilization rates and recommendations for their inclusion at CMCC. JCCA 2000; 44(3):157-168 by B.J. Gleberzon [letters]
  • Blanks RHI
  • Dobson M
  • Schuster TL
  • Bovay S
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 2001(45:1): 64-65 15189 To the editor in reply [name techniques in Canada: current trends in utilization rates and recommendations for their inclusion at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. JCCA 2000; 44(3):157-168 [letter]
  • Gleberzon BJ
J Chiropr Educ: Spring 2000(14:1): vii-viii 19747 Is the tail wagging the dog? [editorial]
  • Ward RW
Top Clin Chiropr: Mar 2000(7:1): 10-13 17743 CHALLENGES TO CURRENT CURRICULA AND COURSE CONTENT AND RESPONSIVENESS OF EDUCATION OVERSIGHT BODIES CONSIDERING CHANGES IN HEALTH DELIVERY
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 2000(44:4): 230-244 15178 Analysis of the relationship between program design and professional practice in CMCC's undergraduate chiropractic program
  • Saranchuk R
  • Watkins T
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 2000(44:3): 157-168 15162 Name techniques in Canada: current trends in utilization rates and recommendations for their inclusion at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
  • Gleberzon BJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 2000(23:9): 645-651 14814 First aid and emergency care education for chiropractic students: a course at Macquarie University
  • Woo C-C
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: May 2000(23:4): 290-293 14751 Presenting chiropractic to medical students [review]
  • Redwood D
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1999(43:3): 149-160 636 The philosophy of chiropractic: an action research model of curriculum review
  • Saranchuk R
  • Waalen D
  • Watkins T
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 1999(29:2): 65-70 201 Commentary. Symptom-based medical diagnosis: A strategy for teaching chiropractic students
  • Jamison JR
Chiropr Hist: Dec 1999(19:2): 27-47 189 Joseph W. Howe, D.C., D.A.C.B.R. and the development of modern chiropractic radiology
  • Young KJ
JNMS: Winter 1998(6:4): 146-153 1762 Development of a model curriculum in chiropractic geriatric education: Process and content
  • Azad A
  • Killinger LZ
  • Zapotocky B
Eur J Chiropr: 1998(46:1): 3-9 1814 Is business management education important for chiropractors?
  • Fleetwood D
  • King S
Eur J Chiropr: 1998(46:1): 23-26 1817 Development of masters degree chiropractic education at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic
  • Bolton JE
  • Humphreys K
Eur J Chiropr: 1998(46:1): 27-28 1818 Development of masters degree chiropractic education at the University of Surrey
  • Morley J
Chiropr Tech: Aug 1998(10:3): 110-112 1213 Problem solving exercise in a clinical science technique class
  • Bovée ML
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 1998(28:2): 49-64 1374 The culture of chiropractic: An educational perspecitve
  • Kleynhans AM
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 1998(28:4): 159-161 918 Preparing for holistic practice: A curriculum consideration [comment]
  • Jamison JR
J Chiropr Educ: Sep 1997(11:2): 60-68 2125 Implementation of basic science disciplines into a problem-based learning curriculum for first trimester chiropractic students
  • Jiang B
J Chiropr Educ: Sep 1997(11:2): 69-74 2126 Chiropractic student education in planning and prescribing patient exercise programs
  • Piccininni JJ
J Chiropr Educ: Sep 1997(11:2): 80-81 2128 The effect of discontinuing an early - curriculum course in terminology : Addendum
  • Wolfenberger VA
J Chiropr Educ: Mar 1997(10:4): 71-75 2582 The process of curriculum change at the National College of Chiropractic
  • Swenson RL
J Chiropr Educ: Dec 1997(11:3): 95-100 1911 Chiropractic student education in planning and prescribing patient exercise programs
  • Piccininni JJ
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 1997(27:3): 117-126 2090 When is someone qualified in chiropractic?
  • Kleynhans AM
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 1997(27:2): 78-84 2327 Toward an integrative chiropractic curriculum design
  • Kleynhans AM
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 1996(19:7): 463-468 3054 Description of integrated competency examination: Tools to assess the chiropractic curriculum effectiveness and students' competency levels
  • Traina AD
  • Goubran E
  • Gour NJ
  • Scaringe JG
  • Talmage DM
  • Wells K
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Nov-Dec 1996(19:9): 583-586 2920 Chiropractic student attitudes toward radiology
  • Marchiori DM
J Chiropr Educ: Jun 1996(10:1): 3-9 3271 Teaching pathology in a competency based / problem centered curriculum
  • Gourbran E
  • Timsah N
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1995(24:3): 84-87 4358 THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHIROPRACTIC CURRICULA
  • Clum GW
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1995(24:3): 92+ 4360 CCE: UPHOLDING EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS
J Chiropr Educ: Sep 1995(9:2): 73-80 3988 The scope and utility of selected databases to augment a chiropractic curriculum
  • Duggan CM
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1995(32:3): 29-31 4431 A universal calling card with impact
  • Ryan R
Chiropr Tech: May 1995(7:2): 67 4282 CHIROPRACTIC TECHNIQUE: A QUANTIFIED COMPARISON OF CHIROPRACTIC COLLEGE CURRICULA [LETTER; COMMENT]
  • Gemmell HA
  • Miller GA
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 1995(25:4): 134-139 3702 PRIOR KNOWLEDGE: A CONSIDERATION IN CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
  • Jamison JR
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 1995(25:4): 134-139 3709 PRIOR KNOWLEDGE: A CONSIDERATION IN CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
  • Jamison JR
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1994(23:6): 113+ 4864 The final challenge
  • Barge FH
J Chiropr Educ: Jun 1994(8:1): 29-33 5192 DEVELOPING CASE BASED CLINICAL TUTORIALS FOR THE FIRST YEAR CHIROPRACTIC STUDENT
  • Carr BL
  • Greenstein GM
Chiropr Tech: Nov 1994(6:4): 143-149 4788 Chiropractic technique: A quantified comparison of chiropractic college curricula
  • Miller GA
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1992(36:4): 222-227 6516 Statutory determinants and curriculum development in chiropractic colleges in the absence of university affiliation
  • Gatterman I
  • Vear HJ
J Chiropr Educ: Mar 1991(4:4): 104-114 8262 An overview of chiropractic educational institutions, 1896 to the present
  • Peterson D
  • Wiese G
J Chiropr Educ: Mar 1991(4:4): 122-127 8264 The development and implementation of an innovative curriculum in chiropractic education: The L.A.C.C. experience
  • Adams AH
  • Miller G
  • Miller JA
J Chiropr Educ: Mar 1991(4:4): 131-137 8266 Introduction to chiropractic history: Design of a course
  • Keating JC Jr
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Mar-Apr 1991(14:3): 225-227 8278 Nutrition education in classrooms as a determinant of nutrition practice [letter; comment]
  • Jamison JR
  • Shambaugh P
Chiropr Tech: Feb 1991(3:1): 30-32 8335 EXTREMITY JOINT TECHNIQUE: SURVEY OF THE STATUS OF TECHNIQUE TEACHING IN CHIROPRACTIC COLLEGES
  • Bryner P
Chiropr Tech: Aug 1991(3:3): 136-137 7904 EXTREMITY JOINT TECHNIQUE: SURVEY OF THE STATUS OF TECHNIQUE TEACHING IN CHIROPRACTIC COLLEGES [LETTER; COMMENT]
  • Bryner P
  • Lawrence DJ
J Chiropr Educ: Sep 1991(5:2): 53-58 7820 CURRICULUM CONTENT I - IMPORTANCE AND DETERMINATION
  • Kleynhans AM
J Chiropr Educ: Sep 1991(5:2): 59-64 7821 CURRICULUM CONTENT II - METHODS OF MONITORING TO ENSURE COMPETENCY
  • Kleynhans AM
J Chiropr Educ: Dec 1991(5:3): 95-100 7592 NUTRITION COURSE TOPICS SELECTED BY CHIROPRACTIC STUDENTS
  • Lin DC
Eur J Chiropr: Dec 1991(39:3): 91-97 7562 TRADITIONAL VERSUS CONTEMPORARY EXAMINATION FORMATS: A DEBATE
  • Jamison JR
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 1990(13:6): 316-321 8939 Nutrition education of chiropractic students: A survey of colleges recognized by the Council on Chiropractic Education
  • Jamison JR
J Chiropr Educ: Dec 1990(4:3): 76-80 8523 COMPARISON OF CORE CURRICULUM COURSES COMMON TO CHIROPRACTIC, MEDICAL, AND OSTEOPATHIC SCHOOLS IN MISSOURI
  • Ratliff CR
  • Rogers SR
J Aust Chiropr Assoc: Jun 1990(20:2): 72 9020 THE CHIROPRACTIC COLLEGE ADMISSIONS AND CURRICULUM DIRECTORY 1990-91, EDITED BY KEVIN P. MCNAMEE.
  • Chance MA
Am J Chiropr Med: Dec 1988(1:4): 204-205 10788 DISSECTION IN THE TEACHING OF HUMAN ANATOMY: A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT [LETTER]
Am J Chiropr Med: Sep 1988(1:3): 137-38 11056 DISSECTION IN THE TEACHING OF HUMAN ANATOMY: A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT
  • Nilsson N
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 1988(11:3): 177-180 11389 Chiropractic residency at Lindell Hospital: A program description
  • Carmichael JP
J Aust Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1988(18:4): 160 10821 CHIROPRACTIC COLLEGE ADMISSIONS AND CURRICULUM DIRECTORY 1988-89 BY KAREN MAGARIAN AND KEVIN P. MCNAMEE
  • Chance MA
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Aug 1987(10:4): 205-206 12262 A critical study of the student interns' practice activities in a chiropractic college teaching clinic [letter]
  • Nance JC
Res Forum: Autumn 1986(3:1): 23-26 13398 ANATOMY AT CHIROPRACTIC COLLEGES
  • Lewellen GR
  • Morter HB Jr
J Aust Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1986(16:1): 31-36 13458 THE EDUCATION OF PRIMARY PRACTITIONERS - A COMPARISON OF TWO PROGRAMMES
  • Jamison JR
J Chiropr: Mar 1985(22:3): 25-27 14334 THE COUNCIL ON CHIROPRACTIC EDUCATION AND THE CHIROPRACTIC COLLEGES
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1985(28:2): 43-44+ 13742 ASSESSMENT OF PROFESSIONAL CHIROPRACTIC CURRICULA: WHAT THE EXPERTS HAVE TO SAY
  • Bovée ML
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 1983(6:3): 147-150 25557 Notes from the (chiropractic college's) underground [editorial]
  • DeBoer KF
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 1982(5:2): 53-54 25573 Creation science and chiropractic curriculum alternatives [editorial]
  • Hildebrandt RW
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 1981(4:3): 147-154 25624 The chiropractic curriculum: A problem of integration
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