Monday, November 3, 2014

World Federation Educational Conference, Miami, October 30-November 1, 2014

I am just back from a program where I was fortunate enough to be a member of the planning committee. This was a program put on by the World Federation of Chiropractic, dedicated to looking at the educational advances and opportunities within the chiropractic profession. What follows below is the full list of presentations.

  • A Case Example of Change: Chiropractic Education and Practice in Denmark.
  • Ten-Year Experience of Chiropractic Services and Education in the US Veterans’ Administration Healthcare System.
  • Integration of Chiropractic Services in Primary Care Teams and Hospitals in the Province of Ontario, Canada.
  • Teaching an Inter-professional Approach to Managing Low Back Pain in the Primary Care Setting.
  • Chiropractors in Academic Hospitals: Opportunities for Integrated Education.
  • Interdisciplinary Clinical Training in a Chiropractic College Setting: Dental and Chiropractic Co-management of Temporomandibular Joint Disorders (TMD).
  • Inter-professional Education Initiatives to Improve Pain Care: the VA Connecticut Healthcare System Experience.
  • Interdisciplinary Clinical Education: Midwifery and Chiropractic Students’ Perceptions of Combined Service in a Chiropractic Teaching clinic in the UK.
  • Healthcare Professional Education and Chiropractic.
  • Establishing Interdisciplinary Practice in Two Challenging Environments: A View from the Field.
  • Incorporating Inter-professional Education (IPE) in a Curriculum – Benefits, Methods, Challenges.
  • Preparing Faculty and Students for Integrated Care – Values and Skills.
  • Creating a Climate for Innovation.
  • Scope of Diagnostic Imaging/Laboratory/Other Exams.
  • SMT Remains the Core – But What Other Manual Treatments?
  • McKenzie Method: Given its Evidence Base it Should be Core Curriculum.
  • The Role of Chiroprctic in Wellness and Lifestyle Assessment and Advice.
  • The Significance of Evidence-Based Care for Education and Practice Today.
  • The Rise and Role of Spinal Care Pathways.
  • The Jordan Hospital Spine Care Program.
  • Outcomes Chosen for CareResponse and Reasons Why.
  • EHR as the New Standard of Care: Empowering Outcomes, Evidence and Research.
  • The Masters and Doctors Degree Programmes in Chiropractic Medicine at the University of Zurich Faculty of Medicine: An Example of Interdisciplinary Education.
  • The Place of Anatomy Education in Inter-professional Health Curricula: An Example from Australia and New Zealand.
  • A Descriptive Study Relating the Experience of Radiographic Film Interpretation by Graduating Interns: Preliminary Results.
  • Faculty Development Increases Attitudes and Use of Evidence-Based Clinical Practice.
  • A Study to Describe Process of Introducing Validated Outcome Measures (CareResponse) as Part of Final Year Clinic Training and Management of Patients at the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic.
  • An Innovative Teaching Strategy Used to Address the Role of Chiropractors As Community Health Care Advocates: A Case Report .
  • Creating an Evidence-Based Teaching Program.
  • Establishing Inter-Professional Clinical Training Opportunities.
  • Alternate Career Paths – Research and Education.
  • Effective Use of the OSCE in Current Health Sciences Education.
  • Clinical Skills Testing for Chiropractic Licensure in a Changing Healthcare Environment: Signposts of Change and Navigating the Transition.
  • Accreditation Standards: Do they Require Amendment in the Changing Healthcare Environment: A North American View.
  • Accreditation Standards: Do they Require Amendment in the Changing Healthcare Environment: A European View.
  • Teaching Anatomy at Two New York City Medical Schools.
  • Serving as a Medical Director for Chiropractic for the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries.
  • For the NIH to PCORI and Lessons Learned.
  • The Canadian Experience.
  • The Role of a Chiropractic Researcher at Palladian Health.
  • Environment for Innovation: Exploring Associations with Individual Disposition Toward Change, Organizational Conflict, Justice and Trust.
  • Preparing the Leaders of Tomorrow – The Evolution of the Residency Program at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College.
  • Alternative Careers for Doctors of Chiropractic through a Master of Science Program in Clinical Research.
  • A Chiroprctic Academy of Educators.
  • Insertion of Chiropractic in Public Health System.
  • The “Flipped Classroom”.
  • What the Best College Teachers and Students Do.
  • Perspectives from Chiropractic Education.

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