CPiRLS is the Chiropractic Patient Incident Reporting and Learning System. It is a confidential reporting system that allows chiropractors to confidentially and anonymously share and learn from patient incidents.
CPiRLS is co-ordinated by the Royal College of Chiropractors. Further information can be obtained from http://www.cpirls.org/
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- Funding Applications Open!May27
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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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
Read the full story…The ‘PERC’ of the job!Apr21
The CRC is delighted to announce that final year chiropractic students, Sam Ogilvie, Perttu Riipinen (Welsh Institute Of Chiropractic) and Savanna Koebisch (AECC University College), have been selected to participate this summer in the Programme for Early Researchers in Chiropractic (PERC) research internship. The 8-week
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