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Registrant Blog04 Jun 21

Monitoring performance to improve patient care

Keith Walker, a chiropractor and Associate Head of School Teaching and Learning at the University of Plymouth, sets out why performance monitoring is an essential part of running a quality practice

Registrant Blog26 May 21

The power of effective communication

Chandra Ricks, MChiro DC and Principal Chiropractor at Green Tree Chiropractic in High Wycombe, describes how effective communication is achieving patient satisfaction and delivering better outcomes

Blog10 May 21

Taking care of mental health

Nick Jones, the GCC’s Chief Executive and Registrar, discusses the importance of good mental health and the new GCC Mental Health Resource Pack.

Registrant Blog04 May 21

Reflecting on a 50-year career in chiropractic

Tim Jay, chiropractor and President Emeritus of the Royal College of Chiropractors, reflects on his 50-year career and considers the changes that have impacted chiropractic over the years.

Blog05 Apr 21

Optimism for the future

Our Director of Development reflects on a challenging year for the chiropractic profession and highlights opportunities for the future

Blog05 Apr 21

Why qualifications matter to patients

Penny Bance, Director of Development, explores the importance of professional qualifications in maintaining patient trust