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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

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.

Registrant Blog02 Mar 21

Taking the Test of Competency (TOC) in a pandemic

A chiropractor based in South Africa describes his experience of taking the TOC remotely during this unprecedented period

Registrant Blog01 Feb 21

Working together to share knowledge and ideas

Louise Hampton is a chiropractor and owner of Attend2Health shares her experiences of collaborative working in a multi-disciplinary practice

Blog01 Feb 21

A proactive approach to collaboration

Jonathan Field is a chiropractor who runs Back Active, a multi-disciplinary clinic based in North Hampshire. He shares his experiences of how collaboration between disciplines can enhance patient car