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|Contributions||Gitelman, R., Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College|
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The archives: An anthology of literature relative to the science of chiropractic. Abstracts Vol 1. Toronto. Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College.
Circa Patijn J. Complications in manual medicine: A review of the literature. Manual Medicine ; 6: Pertaining to the accessibility of the literature, measures of readability for the chiropractic corpus fell quite close to those of both public health 6 and midwifery.
7 Thus, while the average number of words per sentence was for chiropractic, it was and for public health and midwifery, respectively. The passive voice was used. Discussion. The chiropractic corpus created for this study is comparable in size to one previously created for the nursing literature 5 and likely of adequate size to reasonably represent the written language of the modern Canadian chiropractic profession.
The written language is, of course, somewhat different from the spoken language used in educational, clinical and professional encounters Cited by: 3. 2. Epilepsy and seizure disorders: A review of literature relative to chiropractic care of children.
Richard Pistolese,DC. Objective: To review currently available literature regarding chiropractic care relative to patients suffering epilepsy, with particular emphasis placed upon those suffering epilepsy as children. Data Sources: The Index to Chiropractic Literature was searched from Online resources were searched using Pubmed and CINAHL (Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health literature).
The search terms "manual muscle test", "manual muscle testing", and "applied kinesiology" found over articles in which the MMT was used to document strength in patients with 17 (primarily pain related) diseases/disorders, ranging from low back pain and sacroiliac.
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The reviewed published chiropractic literature suggests a rate of % to 1% mild adverse events (AE) associated with chiropractic paediatric manipulative therapy (PMT). Put in terms of individual patients, between one in to patients presenting for chiropractic care; or in terms of patient visits, between one mild AE per visits to.
Higher-Order Theories of Consciousness: An Anthology, edited by Rocco J. Gennaro, brings together fourteen new essays exploring the relative merits of and problems with higher-order representation theories of anthology is divided into two parts. Part I contains articles by proponents of HOR theories arguing for their favorite version of the theory, responding to well-known.
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Ludwig von Mises was past his productive years and would pass away in F. Hayek was still active but had turned much of. Last summer I completed a literature review on somatosensory evoked potentials (SEP) and dermatomal somatosensory evoked potentials (DSEP) as an invited author and chapter contributor in the recently released series, Advances in Chiropractic by Mosby publishers.
1 In reviewing the literature regarding the use of SEPS and DSEPs for the detection. One type of anthology is often called a collected works or complete works, in which all the writings of a particular author are published in one volume (or set of volumes) for easy reference.
Other anthologies contain works by many different authors all of which share a theme (e.g., American literature of. ICPSR Bibliography of Data-related Literature. [Online via ICPSR Web] More t citations of known published and unpublished works resulting from analyses of data held in the ICPSR data archive.
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In a piece in the journal Science, science journalist David Hamilton reported on a study undertaken at ISI that quantified uncitedness in their citation indexes. Ninety-eight percent of Arts & Humanities papers remained uncited, according to their data. Chiropractic #Movement toward science contains language like "empower faculty", "demonstrated the faculty's authority to challenge the status quo, to publicly address relevant, albeit sensitive, issues related to research, training and skepticism at chiropractic colleges, and to produce "cultural change" within the chiropractic schools so as to.
Papers studying any aspect of Golding's work, his cultural ties in Britain from the fifties to the eighties, the reasons for his relative obscurity, and/or his contribution to literary studies more broadly are welcomed.
Send wd (max) abstracts to [email protected] with subject line 'Golding Panel.' Please include your name and institutional. The Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature, CINAHL contains information published from to present on nursing and allied health fields such as dietetics, physical and occupational therapy, medical records, etc.
Includes journal articles, books, book chapters, pamphlets, dissertations, audiovisuals and educational software. Introduction Little is known about effective, efficient and acceptable management of back pain in children. A comprehensive and updated evidence synthesis can help to inform clinical practice.
Objective To inform clinical practice, we aim to conduct a systematic review of the literature and synthesise the evidence regarding effective, cost–effective and safe rehabilitation interventions for.
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A Brief History of the Association of Chiropractic Colleges (ACC) Educational Conference. In Marchthe ACC held its first educational conference to promote educational research and to educate the educators on new pedagogical techniques.
Since that time, the size and quality of the ACC Educational Conference has continued to improve. Chiropractic was covered by public health insurance in after decades of struggle between Danish chiropractors and medical professionals.
In the government introduced authorization for Danish chiropractors. But in the US, for instance, chiropractic is still perceived as an alternative treatment.".
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