Patient Experience and satisfaction during chiropractic care
The report is the first part of a two-stage GCC research project to better understand chiropractic patient experience and satisfaction nationally and internationally. Co-authors, Professor Dave Newell and Dr Michelle Holmes initially identified over 3,000 documents, refining the search to 43 research articles that fulfilled inclusion and exclusion criteria as based on a preregistered review protocol (Prospero ID: CRD42020203251).
View the full report, here.
Public perceptions research
In October 2020 we commissioned a national survey of over 1,000 members of the UK public to explore public perceptions and awareness of chiropractic services. The experiences of 243 patients who have visited a chiropractor for treatment were also surveyed.
The findings provide many valuable and useful insights that will support registrants in their day-to-day work delivering high quality patient care and help guide our work as a regulator.
View the full report: Public Perceptions Research report (February 2021)
Patients' Experiences and Expectations of Chiropractic Care (2015)
Research into Patients Views and Expectations of Chiropractic Care; Firefly Final Report (January 2013)
Research into Patients Views and Expectations of Chiropractic Care (2012)
Awareness and perceptions of chiropractors, Ipsos MORI (2009)
Awareness and Perceptions of Chiropractors, MORI (2004)