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Analyse du style de vie: une étude comparative entre les étudiants en chiropratique de première, deuxième et quatrième année

August 12, 2014

This study set out to determine whether healthy lifestyle attitudes are different for students in different years of the chiropractic education process. The results of the FANTASTIC Lifestyle Assessment Questionnaire administered to chiropractic students enrolled in first, second and fourth years of study are presented. Significant differences in scores attained were found between the three

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Lifestyle analysis: a comparative study between freshman, second and fourth year chiropractic students

August 12, 2014

This study set out to determine whether healthy lifestyle attitudes are different for students in different years of the chiropractic education process. The results of the FANTASTIC Lifestyle Assessment Questionaire administered to chiropractic students enrolled in first, second and fourth years of study are presented. Significant differences in scores attained were found between the three

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Knowledge and opinions of Downsview physicians regarding the chiropractic profession

July 14, 2014

This study was a preliminary investigation into the knowledge of and current attitudes towards the chiropractic profession by medical practitioners with varying years of clinical experience. A questionnaire was designed and mailed to seventy general practioners in Downsview, Ontario who agreed to participate in the study. Twenty-six were returned for a response rate of 37%.

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Innovations in teaching: a learning format designed to enhance critical appraisal skills

July 09, 2014

Aim: to create a learning experience which enhances clinical competence by encouraging critical appraisal and accurate self-assessment. Method: Strategies for enhancing participants’ appraisal skills included: -preparation of a “case study” to demonstrate clinical decision making in primary practice. -self-evaluation of that case study according to a pre-determined framework. -critiquing of case studies prepared by peers.

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The chiropractic college admission test: a proposal for its development and use

July 08, 2014

A cardinal characteristic of any profession is self-regulation. It is argued in the present paper that chiropractic has now reached a level of professional maturity that indicates the need for the final aspect of self-regulation: a standardized selection approach into professional schools or colleges. Quality control of membership can then begin at the entry point

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