Index to Chiropractic Literature
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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 2015(38:8): 601-616 24222 Effectiveness of training clinicians' communication skills on patients' clinical outcomes: A systematic review
  • Oliveira VC
  • Ferreira ML
  • Pinto RZ
  • Filho RF
  • Refshauge K
  • Ferreira PH
Chiropr Hist: Summer 2015(35:1): 47-57 24051 Do the clothes make the healer? A history of physician attire from prehistoric times to the present with implications for current practice
  • Troyanovich SJ
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2015(23:6): Online access only 12 p 23948 Exploring the construct validity of the Patient Perception Measure – Osteopathy (PPM-O) using classical test theory and Rasch analysis
  • Mulcahy J
  • Vaughn B
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2015(23:3): Online access only 10 p 23937 Patients’ experiences and expectations of chiropractic care: A national cross-sectional survey
  • MacPherson H
  • Newbronner E
  • Chamberlain R
  • Hopton A
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2014(22:42): Online access only 13 p 23831 Chiropractor interaction and treatment equivalence in a pilot randomized controlled trial: An observational analysis of clinical encounter video-recordings
  • Salsbury SA
  • DeVocht JW
  • Hondras MA
  • Seidman MB
  • Stanford CM
  • Goertz CM
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2013(21:27): Online access only 19 p 22944 The Nordic maintenance care program: What is maintenance care? Interview based survey of Danish chiropractors
  • Myburgh C
  • Brandborg-Olsen D
  • Albert H
  • Hestbaek L
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2013(43:1): 25-27 22849 A commentary - The role of therapeutic alliance in physical and manual therapies
  • Innes S
  • Cameron M
Clin Chiropr: Dec 2012(15:3-4): 200-201 22782 Essential Values-Based Practice: Clinical Stories Linking Science with People [by] K.W.M. Fulford, E. Peile, H. Carroll [book review]
  • Branney J
Chiropr & Osteopat: 2010(18:4): Online access only 4 p 21237 Commentary on the United Kingdom evidence report about the effectiveness of manual therapies
  • Haldeman S
  • Underwood M
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2010(40:1): 44 21076 Communication. Core Interpersonal Skills for Health Professional [by] Gjyn O’Toole [book review]
  • Borham E
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 2010(33:1): 5-13 20953 A preliminary path analysis of expectancy and patient-provider encounter in an open-label randomized controlled trial of spinal manipulation for cervicogenic headache [randomized controlled trial]
  • Haas M
  • Aickin M
  • Vavrek D
J Acad Chiropr Orthoped (JACO): Dec 2009(6:4): Online access only 2 p 20931 Letter from the Editor in Chief - A new decade in health care [editorial]
  • Gundersen B
J Chiropr Humanit: 2008(15:): 10-18 20334 Chiropractic physicians: A functional conceptualization of electronic medical records technology and the society, culture, and personality model in the delivery of healthcare
  • Lyons L
  • Hang L
  • Ross MWV
  • Fredericks J
  • Fredericks M
ICA Rev: Summer/Fall 2008(64:2): 40-43 20299 Listening: The key to caring for the elderly patient
  • Maltby JK
ICA Rev: Summer/Fall 2008(64:2): 57-59 20302 Informed consent: Be proactive and consistent
  • Hoffman SE
ICA Rev: Spring 2008(64:1): 55-61 20282 Patient education in the 21st century
  • Braile R
BMC Musculoskel Disord: 2007(8:45): Online access only 19994 Adherence to physiotherapy clinical guideline acute ankle injury and determinants of adherence: A cohort study
  • Van der Wees PJ
  • Hendriks EJ
  • Jansen MJ
  • Van Beers H
  • de Bie RA
  • Dekker J
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 2007(30:1): 11-16 19410 Patient perceptions of chiropractic treatment for primary care disorders
  • Cramer GD
  • Cambron JA
  • Winterstein J
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 2006(29:2): 156-161 18697 Immunization and the chiropractor-patient interaction: a Western Canadian study
  • Injeyan HS
  • Page SA
  • Verhoef MJ
  • Russell ML
JACA Online: Mar 2005(42:2): Online acccess only p.8-9 18198 Establishing good communication: DCs and deaf patients
  • King JF
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2004(33:5): 50, 52-53 17673 STRENGTH THROUGH PATIENT RETENTION
  • Kohl GS
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Apr 2004(41:4): 20-23 16591 Communicating your health message to patients
  • Evans MW Jr
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Feb 2004(41:2): 29-30 16573 For your health: What should I tell my doctor? [patient education handout]
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 2004(27:1): 63-65 16508 Routine screening for abuse: Opening Pandora's box?
  • Te Kolstee R
  • Miller JM
  • Knaap SFC
Eur J Chiropr: 2003(51:2): 109-111 17183 Doctor-patient communication: impact on complications of care [Lecture presented at the European Chiropractors' Union Convention, Heidelberg, Germany, 29-31 May 2003]
  • McGregor M
J Chiropr Med: Jun 2003(2:2): 66-74 16656 Myofascial pain syndrome: A double crush-like appearance [case report]
  • Pringle RK
  • Richardson DL
  • Shiel RS
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 2003(26:7): 412-420 16317 Randomized clinical trial of conservative treatment for patients with whiplash-associated disorders: considerations for the design and dynamic treatment protocol
  • Verhagen AP
  • Scholten-Peeters GGM
  • Neeleman-Van der Steen CWM
  • Hurkmans JCAM
  • Wams RWA
  • Oostendorp RAB
ICA Rev: Spring 2003(59:1): 44-47 16162 PRACTICE MASTERY SERIES, PART ONE: COMMUNICATING WITH NEW PATIENTS
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2002(32:1): 7-13 16755 Chiropractic, health promotion and the potential for synergy
  • Stacey K
  • Vindigni D
  • Stacey P
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 2002(31:5): 56-57 16060 INSIDE-OUT MARKETING: NINE KEYS TO KEEPING YOUR PATIENT CALENDAR FULL
  • Esteb W
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 2002(25:5): 300--305 15790 Expectations of chiropractic treatment: what are the expections of new patients consulting a chiropractor, and do chiropractors and patients have similar expectations?
  • Sigrell H
Chiropr Econ: Sep 2002(44:9): 47-50 15707 IT'S ALL ABOUT (PERCEIVED) VALUE: HOW TO PRESENT YOUR SERVICES SO YOUR PATIENTS WILL SEE YOU AS THE PROFESSIONAL YOU ARE
  • Hospy P
Chiropr Econ: Jul 2002(44:7): 25-28 15555 SECRETS TO PATIENT RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION
  • Baynes DM
Chiropr Econ: Jul 2002(44:7): 31-35 15556 TIMING IS EVERYTHING: A PATIENT-CENTERED APPROACH TO HELPING YOUR PATIENTS
  • Esteb WD
Chiropr Econ: Jul 2002(44:7): 90,92 15566 SUSAN HOY'S TEAM TIPS: PATIENT RETENTION: WHY 'LITTLE THINGS' MEAN A LOT
  • Hoy S
Chiropr Econ: Feb 2002(44:2): 68, 70 15410 BOB LEVOY'S SUCCESS FILE: INFLUENTIAL AMERICANS: YOUR HOTTEST REFERRAL SOURCE
  • Levoy B
Chiropr Econ: Jan 2002(44:1): 19-20 14991 MASTERING THE REPORT OF FINDINGS: USE ANALOGIES, METAPHORS AND VISUALS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE
  • Hoffman B
ICA Rev: Summer 2001(57:4/5): 58-62 16888 WHO'S THE DOCTOR?
  • Esteb WD
Chiropr Econ: Nov 2001(43:11): 18-21 15113 PATIENT RETENTION: HOW TO LEARN FROM RETAIL
  • Green M
Chiropr Econ: Nov 2001(43:11): 50-56 15118 CONSUMER EMPOWERMENT: HOW TO MEET PATIENTS' WANTS AND NEEDS
  • Sportelli L
Chiropr Econ: Oct 2001(43:10): 70-71 15108 TOPCHIRO.COM, SEND AND RECEIVE: REACHING PATIENTS VIA E-MAIL
  • Petrello C
Chiropr Econ: Sep 2001(43:9): 48-54 15092 ADJUSTING YOUR PRACTICE TO REDUCE LIABILITY EXPOSURE
  • McBride P
Chiropr Econ: Sep 2001(43:9): 86+ 15099 BOB LEVOY'S SUCCESS FILE: MAKING THE CLOSE: HOW TO GET PATIENTS TO SAY YES
  • Levoy B
Chiropr Econ: Aug 2001(43:8): 64-67 15082 HELP THEM SEE YOUR POINT: HOW VISUAL CUES CAN BUILD YOUR PATIENT RETENTION LEVELS
  • Delman I
Chiropr Econ: Aug 2001(43:8): 72+ 15084 SUSAN HOY'S TEAM TIPS: CREATING A PATIENT FOR LIFE
  • Hoy S
Chiropr Econ: July 2001(43:7): 72+ 15073 BOB LEVOY'S SUCCESS FILE: ARE YOU PROJECTING THE IMAGE YOU THINK YOU ARE?
  • Levoy B
J Chiropr Humanit: 2001(10:): Online access only 10 p. 14652 The praxis of practice for the chiropractic physician: A christocentric model for a physician-patient relationship
  • Shields-Wright KE
J Chiropr Educ: Fall 2000(14:2): 88-102 17339 A primer on sexual harassment for chiropractic practice and educational settings
  • Wells KA
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 2000(29:2): 106-108 15478 CONVENIENCE THE KEY FACTOR IN YOUR PRACTICE SUCCESS.
  • Willis WN
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 2000(29:2): 106-108 15479 CONVENIENCE THE KEY FACTOR IN YOUR PRACTICE SUCCESS.
  • Willis WN
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 2000(23:6): 409-413 14776 Patient-practitioner perceptions: can chiropractors assume congruence?
  • Jamison JR
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 2000(23:1): 56-59 14667 Patient education initiatives at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
  • Piccininni JJ
  • Johnston CC
  • Kopansky-Giles DR
  • Robinson SJ
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Jan 2000(37:1): 50-51 14608 WHAT DO PEOPLE REALLY THINK ABOUT CHIROPRACTIC?
  • Miller S
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Jan 2000(37:1): 24-25 14568 STAYING ON TIME
  • Kats DJ
J Chiropr Humanit: 2000(9:): Online access only 4 p 544 The art of listening
  • Such GW
Top Clin Chiropr: Mar 1999(6:1): 1-8 666 Back to basics... "I've got some bad news..."
  • Bowers LJ
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1999(28:6): 72-78 157 Alternative lite
  • O'Shea T
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1999(36:3): 42-44 808 Feigning illness brings insights: What I learned as a simulated patient
  • May A
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 1999(29:3): 82-86 203 Locus of control: A tool for tailoring self-care in clinical practice
  • Jamison JR
Chiropr Econ: Oct 1999(41:8): 24-26 889 Secrets to making patient workshops work for you
  • Singer D
Chiropr Econ: Oct 1999(41:8): 34-44 890 Get your black belt in new patients
  • Lloyd N
Chiropr Econ: Oct 1999(41:8): 46-49 891 The report of findings: How to "soft-sell" treatment options and educate your patients
  • Troyanovich SJ
Chiropr Econ: Oct 1999(41:8): 86-90 895 "You're fired!" 10 ways to avoid getting "pink-slipped" by a patient
  • Greenfield SB
Chiropr Econ: Oct 1999(41:8): 92-96 896 Fine-tune your patient communication
  • Degeorge D
Chiropr Econ: Nov 1999(41:9): 25-32 899 Dr. Scott Newquist tells you exactly how he built his million dollar practice and you can, too
  • Stultz T
Chiropr Econ: Nov 1999(41:9): 78 906 Expand your practice creating a positive first impression with new patients
  • Austin WM
Am Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1999(21:1): 7 245 The forum: Your turn to talk [letter]
  • Cummings B
Am Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1999(21:1): 42 256 Don't make a fool of yourself!
  • Berry D
Top Clin Chiropr: Dec 1998(5:4): 53-57 955 Ethical dilemmas for health care professions under managed care
  • Manga P
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Mar-Apr 1998(21:3): 213-214 1629 An interactive model of chiropractic practice: Reconstructing clinical reality [letter; comment]
  • Bellinger BK
  • Chonzena P
  • Jamison JR
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 1998(21:6): 423-425 1311 Nonspecific intervention in chiropractic care
  • Jamison JR
Chiropr Tech: Nov 1998(10:4): 143-149 982 The chiropractic adjustment: A case study of chiropractor explanations and patient understanding
  • Jamison JR
Chiropr Pediatr: Oct 1998(4:1): 4-5 1051 Success in the making [editorial]
  • Peet H
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 1998(28:2): 43-48 1373 American and Australian chiropractic practice: A comparative case study
  • Jamison JR
Am Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1998(20:4): 42-43 1270 Communicating the need for orthotics
  • Charrette MN
Top Clin Chiropr: Sep 1997(4:3): 1-10 2180 Back to basics... considerations in adjusting women
  • Bartol KM
Top Clin Chiropr: Dec 1997(4:4): 30-39 1938 Care of the adolescent: Optimizing the doctor-patient interaction
  • Ebrall P
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 1997(20:6): 382-388 2277 An interactive model of chiropractic practice: Reconstructing clinical reality
  • Jamison JR
Chiropr Tech: Aug 1997(9:3): 115-119 2189 The chiropractic practice model: An observational study
  • Jamison JR
Chiropr Tech: Aug 1997(9:3): 120-127 2190 Cultural diversity and chiropractic practice
  • Feldman LK
  • Ley RE
  • Plezbert JA
Chiropr Pediatr: Jun 1997(3:1): 6-7 2336 The importance of doctor-patient relationship
  • Marko S
  • Peet J
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 1997(27:3): 111-116 2089 Compliance or empowerment: An Australian case study
  • Jamison JR
Am Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1997(19:2): 15-16+ 2529 The philosophy and alternative strategies of the consumer market
  • Versendaal DA
Australas Chiropr & Osteopat: Jul 1996(5:2): 53-57 18650 PATIENT SATISFACTION: A CASE STUDY OF A SOUTH AFRICAN TEACHING CLINIC [TECHNIKON NATAL]
  • Jamison JR
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1996(25:5): 104-106 3091 The magical secret to a large practice
  • Plummer RE
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1996(25:6): 70-71 2944 The symphony of life
  • Peet HK
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1996(25:1): 20 3622 ARTICLE UNCOVERS WHAT PATIENTS EXPECT FROM DOCTORS.
Todays Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1996(25:1): 110-111 3643 TRUST.
  • Barge FH
Chiropr Tech: May 1996(8:2): 78-82 3337 The chiropractic student clinic: A pilot study to identify criteria for clinical satisfaction
  • Jamison JR
Chiropr Tech: May 1996(8:2): 88-92 3339 Promoting effective boundaries in doctor-patient relationships
  • Shiel RC
Chiropr Tech: Aug 1996(8:3): 112-120 3101 Chiropractic clinical interaction: Exploring how practitioners adapt their preferred behavior styles
  • Jamison JR
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 1996(26:3): 94-99 3004 The chiropractic consultation: Establishing a therapeutic alliance
  • Jamison JR
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 1996(26:1): 15-20 3440 Patient satisfaction: Exploring a new dimension
  • Jamison JR
Chiropr J Aust: Jun 1996(26:2): 57-62 3227 A chiropractic practice model: An exploration of international trends
  • Jamison JR
Chiropr J Aust: Dec 1996(26:4): 118-124 2817 TOOLS FOR REFINING PATIENT-CENTERED CARE: A CONSIDERATION OF LOC AND SOC IN THE CHIROPRACTIC CONSULTATION.
  • Jamison JR
Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1996(38:6): 46-49 3326 Sexual misconduct
  • Benjamin BE
  • Redleaf A
Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1996(38:6): 54-61 3328 Sexual boundaries
  • Spicer LA
Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1996(39:1): 35 3161 Exam room etiquette
  • Levoy B
Am Chiropr: Jan-Feb 1996(18:1): 27-28+ 3569 DO YOU SUFFER FROM ONE OF THESE EIGHT WARNING SIGNS?
  • Goldsmith B
Top Clin Chiropr: Mar 1995(2:1): 1-12 4532 Back to basics: The patient's story
  • Bowers LJ
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1995(24:6): 96+ 3871 Focusing on patient care through design elements
  • Olpin SM
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1995(24:3): 80-81 4356 COMMITMENT VS. COMFORT
  • Palmero T
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1995(24:3): 88-91 4359 THE NEXT CHALLENGE: EDUCATING THE PUBLIC ABOUT CHIROPRACTIC
  • Padgett KW
J Am Chiropr Assoc: Apr 1995(32:4): 34-39 4378 Isolation or integration: chiropractic in the information age
  • Cianciulli AE
  • Clum G
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1995(38:2): 38-39 3936 The "miracle" that someone performs every day
  • Greenberg M
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1995(37:5): 88-89 4422 IN PURSUIT OF PASSION
  • Esteb WD
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1995(38:1): 38+ 4110 Listening and responding
  • Singer RG
Adv Chiropr: 1995(2:): 595-633 4674 Physician-patient interactions
  • Shiel RC
Top Clin Chiropr: Sep 1994(1:3): 1-8 5010 Back to basics: The "slippery slope": Boundary issues for the chiropractic physician
  • Bowers LJ
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1994(23:5): 24-25 4989 Patient bonding: Caring and education
  • Helzer P
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1994(23:5): 46-48 4997 When patient education doesn't work
  • Esteb WD
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1994(23:5): 50-52 4999 Stages in the development of chiropractic awareness
  • Selano JL
  • Stephenson GL
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1994(23:6): 104-106 4862 The taken-for-granted office tool
  • Hodges G
J Chiropr Educ: Dec 1994(8:3): 119-123 4748 Health care provider-patient: An educational partnership
  • Kahan M
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1994(38:3): 163-165 4933 Health Law in Chiropractic. Mandatory reporting of sexual abuse in Ontario
  • Steinecke R
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Jun 1994(38:2): 108-109 5171 Health Law in Chiropractic. Avoiding allegations of sexual abuse
  • Steinecke R
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1993(22:1): 88-89 6173 A PATIENT'S POINT OF VIEW
  • Esteb WD
J Chiropr Humanit: 1993(3:1): 9-20 6454 THE PHYSICIAN, THE PATIENT, AND THE PERSON: THE HUMANISTIC CHALLENGE
  • Coulter ID
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Jun 1993(37:2): 121-122 6048 How to Break Bad News: A Guide fror Health Care Professionals [by] Robert Buchman [book review]
  • Crowther ER
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1993(36:3): 42-49 5717 COMMUNICATING WITH TERMINALLY ILL PATIENTS
  • Eisenberg AM
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1993(35:5): 47 6223 THE THERAPEUTIC VALUE OF LISTENING
  • Goldschlager L
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1993(36:1): 49+ 5958 THE CASE OF PRESENTATION: WHY, WHEN AND HOW
  • Green MB
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 1993(23:4): 98-105 5819 CHIROPRACTIC HOLISM: INTERACTIVELY BECOMING IN A REDUCTIONIST HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
  • Jamison JR
Am Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1993(15:2): 47-48+ 6204 WHAT DEGREE THE MIND?
  • Harrison E
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1992(21:5): 11 6819 WHAT HAPPENED TO THE BEDSIDE MANNER?
Todays Chiropr: Nov-Dec 1992(21:6): 28 6641 RAND STUDY: HOW WELL DO DOCTORS AND PATIENTS RELATE?
J Chiropr Educ: Mar 1992(5:4): 115-122 7287 USE OF SELECTED ELEMENTS OF PATIENT PERCEPTION OF CARE IN THE EVALUATION OF CLINICAL TRAINING
  • Goff PJ
J Chiropr: Aug 1992(29:8): 31-35 6885 WHAT PATIENTS SAY AND WHAT YOU HEAR: COMMUNICATION BEGETS COMPLIANCE
  • Tanenbaum R
J Chiropr: Apr 1992(29:4): 31-32 7213 SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF PATIENTS
  • Weiszhaar O
Am Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1992(14:8): 40-42 6732 MOTIVATION, RELIEF AND SATISFACTION
  • Ashby RC
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1991(20:5): 90 7848 ENHANCED DOCTOR-PATIENT RAPPORT
  • Goldsmith G
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 1991(14:1): 5-13 8399 The treatment act: An analysis of the clinical art in chiropractic
  • Coulehan JL
Chiropr Tech: Nov 1991(3:4): 174-176 7662 ASPECTS OF THE CLINICAL INTERVIEW RELATED TO THE CLINICAL REASONING PROCESS
  • Bovée ML
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Dec 1991(35:4): 237-240 7573 Why are chiropractors being sued?
  • Carey PF
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1991(34:2): 17-18 7775 THE COUNSELING RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CHIROPRACTOR AND PATIENTS, PART 2
  • Sullivan EC
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1991(33:6): 22-23 8083 SCHEDULING BY THE NUMBERS
  • Hoehne DL
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1991(34:3): 60-61 7942 A SUCCESSFUL DOCTOR
  • Hahne AK
Am Chiropr: Jul 1991(13:): 32-34 7918 BASIC CONCEPTS
  • Harrison E
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1990(19:4): 92-94+ 8967 THE TOUGH LOVE REPORT OF FINDINGS
  • Gross D
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Feb 1990(13:2): 107-111 9363 The patient, the practitioner, and wellness: Paradigm lost, paradigm gained
  • Coulter ID
J Chiropr Educ: Mar 1990(3:4): 5-11 9261 WHAT DO CHIROPRACTIC PATIENTS ASK?
  • Moulder W
  • Ratcliffe CR
J Chiropr: Nov 1990(27:11): 5+ 8590 THE BASIS FOR A SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE IS "PR", PATIENT RELATIONS
  • Gundersen B
J Chiropr: Nov 1990(27:11): 22-28 8591 WHY PHYSICIANS ARE LOSING GROUND AS PRIMARY CARE PROVIDERS
J Chiropr: Nov 1990(27:11): 34-37 8592 PHYSICIANS NEED TO IMPROVE THEIR RELATIONSHIP, IMAGE WITH THEIR PATIENTS
  • Weaver B
J Chiropr: Nov 1990(27:11): 34-37 8593 DYNAMIC GROWTH THROUGH PROPER PATIENT RELATIONS
  • Kats DJ
J Chiropr: Nov 1990(27:11): 39-40 8594 SUPER-SERVICE FOR PATIENTS: THE STRATEGY FOR THE FUTURE
  • Markson LT
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1990(33:2): 50+ 8565 THE ELEGANT PERSUADER
  • Gross D
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1990(32:5): 44-46 9212 A REVOLUTIONARY NEW APPROACH TO BUILDING YOUR PRACTICE
  • Kaufman SJ
Dig Chiropr Econ: Mar-Apr 1990(32:5): 46 9213 CHIROPRACTIC'S BEDSIDE MANNER
  • Smith TP
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1990(33:1): 17-18 8888 THE ADJUSTMENT: A HOLISTIC APPROACH
  • Eisenberg AM
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1990(32:4): 74 9406 COME AGAIN? OR COME AGAIN!
  • Charchian MM
J Chiropr: Dec 1989(26:12): 59-60 9565 REMEMBER YOUR PATIENTS' NAMES!
  • Burg B
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1989(32:2): 27-36 9780 THE EYE OF THE TIGER: THE DOCTOR, PATIENT, LAW AND RISK MANAGEMENT
  • Arbiloff B
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1989(32:2): 27+ 9806 THE EYE OF THE TIGER: THE DOCTOR, PATIENT, LAW AND RISK MANAGEMENT.
  • Arbiloff B
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1989(32:2): 51 9812 FIVE WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR REPORT OF FINDINGS.
  • Porteous B
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1989(32:1): 36+ 10014 RISK MANAGEMENT, PART 2: THE DOCTOR-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP
  • Sullivan EC
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1989(32:1): 36+ 10040 RISK MANAGEMENT, PART 2: THE DOCTOR-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP.
  • Sullivan EC
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1989(32:1): 122+ 10053 THE EYE OF THE TIGER: THE DOCTOR, PATIENT, LAW AND RISK MANAGEMENT.
  • Arbiloff B
Ann Swiss Chiropr Assoc: 1989(9:): 233-44 10741 INFLUENCE OF THE HEALTH PROFESSIONAL-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP AND THE SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHRONICITY OF LOW BACK PAIN
  • Robert J
Todays Chiropr: Mar-Apr 1988(17:2): 13-18 11685 COUNSELING THE SERIOUS PATIENT
  • Jensen B
J Chiropr: May 1988(25:5): 25-26 11479 THE SUCCESSFUL CHIROPRACTOR
  • Kats DJ
J Chiropr: Jan 1988(25:1): 31-35 11816 AN INTERVIEW WITH A DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC AND HIS AIDS PATIENT
  • Lynch RP
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1987(16:2): 41 12529 HUMANIZING YOUR PRACTICE FOR SUCCESS
  • Ward CE
Todays Chiropr: May-Jun 1987(16:2): 60-63 12534 TREATING THE ATHLETE AS A PATIENT
  • Josefek KL
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Aug 1987(10:4): 201-203 12260 Portrait of the healer as an artist
  • De Boer KF
J Chiropr Educ: Jun 1987(1:1): 12-13 12436 CLINICAL RESEARCH IN PRACTICE: AN ANECDOTE
  • Keating JC Jr
J Chiropr: Nov 1987(24:11): 28-29+ 12030 FEMALE PATIENTS, FEMALE DOCTORS
  • Sloboda SS
J Chiropr: Jul 1987(24:7): 5+ 12332 THE DOCTOR-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP
  • Hoffman FA
J Chiropr: Jul 1987(24:7): 22-23 12333 THE PATIENT'S PERSPECTIVE
  • Dillon M
J Chiropr: Jul 1987(24:7): 24+ 12334 THE ROLE OF THE CHIROPRACTIC COLLEGE
  • Dillon M
J Chiropr: Jul 1987(24:7): 30-32 12335 THE EFFECT OF HMO'S AND PPO'S
  • Allenburg TJ
  • Lucido VP
J Chiropr: Jul 1987(24:7): 33-35 12336 NEW PATIENTS
  • Sportelli L
J Chiropr: Dec 1987(24:12): 35-39 11909 TEXAS CHIROPRACTIC COLLEGE CLINIC: THE PATIENTS' POINT OF VIEW
  • Bloom J
  • Mohle D
  • Waigandt A
J Aust Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1987(17:1): 25-27 12654 LOCUS OF CONTROL - AN AID TO CLINICAL CARE
  • Jamison JR
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1987(30:3): 10-12 11982 QUALITIES THE PUBLIC EXPECTS FROM A DOCTOR - PART 4: EXCERPTS FROM "SECRETS OF A PRACTICE CONSULTANT" - VOL. III
  • Fernandez PG
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1987(29:6): 26-27 12471 SENSITIVE PATIENT
  • Borregard PE
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1987(29:6): 46-47 12477 THE PROFESSIONAL IMAGE AND CHIROPRACTIC
  • May CA
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1987(29:6): 136+ 12493 QUALITIES THE PUBLIC EXPECTS FROM A DOCTOR - PART III: EXCERPT FROM "SECRETS OF A PRACTICE CONSULTANT" - VOL. III
  • Fernandez PG
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jul-Aug 1987(30:1): 34-38 12308 THE FEARLESS LEADER - YOU
  • Greenawalt MH
Dig Chiropr Econ: Jan-Feb 1987(29:4): 34-38 12781 CONVERTING NEGATIVITY INTO A POSTIVE EXPERIENCE
  • Anderson FM
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1986(15:4): 23-25 13200 ARE YOUR PATIENTS WALKING OUT AND NEVER RETURNING?
  • Bishop K
  • Doyle K
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1986(15:4): 45-46 13207 TAILORING THE FINDINGS REPORT TO THE PATIENT
  • Markson LT
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1986(15:4): 63-64 13211 COMMUNICATING EFFECTIVELY WITH PATIENTS
  • Boren JP
Todays Chiropr: Jul-Aug 1986(15:4): 111 13219 BEING A SPECIALIST
  • Lamberti I
J Aust Chiropr Assoc: Sep 1986(16:3): 84-85 13026 CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF A SPECIAL KIND
  • Chance MA
  • Peters RE
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1986(29:2): 48-50 12998 HUMAN ENGINEERING
  • Caselli K
Dig Chiropr Econ: Nov-Dec 1986(29:3): 121-22+ 12918 Qualities the public excepts from a doctor - part 2
  • Fernandez PG
Dig Chiropr Econ: May-Jun 1986(28:5): 22+ 13302 THE REINVENTION OF CHIROPRACTIC - PART 3
  • Lalla J
Am Chiropr: Oct 1986(:): 60 12950 THE BODY/MIND CONNECTION: BASIC CONCEPTS
  • Harrison E
Am Chiropr: Aug 1986(:): 70 13122 ARE YOU THE DOCTOR, DOCTOR?
  • Barge FH
Todays Chiropr: Sep-Oct 1985(14:4): 94 13979 Living up to... Your responsibilities
  • Dieter CF
J Can Chiropr Assoc: Mar 1985(29:1): 25-28 14320 The chiropractic patient: A social profile
  • Coulter ID
J Aust Chiropr Assoc: Jun 1985(15:2): 46-47 14106 VIEWPOINT: DO IMAGES OBSURE THE ISSUES?
  • Walker GR
ICA Rev: May-Jun 1985(41:3): 36-38 14510 POLISHING YOUR SPEAKING SKILLS
Dig Chiropr Econ: Sep-Oct 1985(28:2): 52-53 13867 FLEXIBILITY TREATMENT IS ESSENTIAL IN SPORTS MEDICINE
  • Greene JC
Am Chiropr: May 1985(:): 22+ 14149 CHILDREN AND CHIROPRACTIC
  • Crowe HS
J Chiropr: Dec 1984(21:12): 5,8 23704 Projecting desirable images
  • Luedtke KL
J Chiropr: Nov 1984(21:11): 36-38 23697 Communication and the chiropractic profession, Part III
  • Allen J
  • Richmond VP
  • McCroskey JC
J Chiropr: Sep 1984(21:9): 25-30 23660 Communication and the chiropractic profession, Part I
  • Allen J
  • Richmond VP
  • McCroskey JC
Int Rev Chiropr: May-Jun 1984(39:2): 14-17 23477 Ten things your patients never tell you
  • King J
Int Rev Chiropr: May-Jun 1984(39:2): 21-23 23478 Looking good! Special tips for DCs from the author of Dress for Success
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