Chiropractic Research Council

The Chiropractic Research Council (CRC) was established in 2013 to provide leadership and unity in chiropractic research. The CRC aims to increase the chiropractic evidence base, by promoting research, increasing the research capacity and supporting researchers. It will also raise the profile of research relevant to the practice of chiropractic.

The CRC is concerned with advancing chiropractic research for the benefit of patients. It does this by educating chiropractors and the public and by promoting and protecting the biopsychosocial health of sufferers of musculoskeletal conditions

The CRC was registered with the Charity Commission on the 12th April 2013 (registration number 1151627.)

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Latest News

  • Sep
    15
    We’re funding CARL II!

    It’s tough being a researcher. Particularly in the early days of your career. Long hours, working alone, wading through piles of journals and pages of PubMed. Trying to acquire the skills that you so desperately need. Which is why Carl,
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  • May
    27
    Funding Applications Open!

    The CRC is delighted to announce a call for applications for funding! We are looking for exciting, innovative projects that will have significant impact, help to develop the UK’s chiropractic research capacity, and will ultimately be of benefit to chiropractic
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  • Apr
    22
    Sticks and stones…

    We all know that we need to be competent in our clinical skills to be safe, effective, empathetic clinicians. But it’s not just what we do that matters, it’s what we say, and how we say it. “…As clinicians, we
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