Primary Functions of the CRC
1. Strategic leadership: to lead and facilitate chiropractic research development in the UK, including developing a comprehensive and cohesive research strategy providing both direction and coordination of chiropractic research.
2. Advocacy: representing the profession on matters relating to the chiropractic evidence base and research development. Acting on behalf of the profession, in a research context, to the media, the public and patients, policy-makers, the inter-professional research community, other health professions and healthcare regulators.
3. Research education: to provide a forum for the chiropractic educational institutions through which to forge consistent standards in research governance, to share expertise, achieve economies of scale, and foster undergraduate and postgraduate research collaboration. To promote research capacity and scholarship.
4. Information resource: to provide chiropractors, the public and patients, healthcare professionals, and the research and academic community with a recognised, high quality and accessible resource of research-related information concerning the distinctive body of knowledge within chiropractic practice.
5. Liaison and promotion: to improve awareness of chiropractic research development amongst chiropractors and the wider community. To establish links and build networks within the research fraternity, nationally and internationally, with a view to development through collaboration. To formulate and foster strategies for attracting funding for chiropractic research development.
6. Research Governance: to provide systems relevant for grants governance and research governance for the benefit of all stakeholders.
7. Knowledge Transfer: to foster and disseminate outputs from chiropractic audit, evaluation, and research activities via, for example, an annual research conference.
The Effect of Adding Forward Head Posture Corrective Exercises in the Management of Lumbosacral Radiculopathy: jmptonline.org/article/S0161-…
Is neck pain associated with worse health-related quality of life 6 months later? A population-based cohort study thespinejournalonline.com/article/S1529-…
Clinician proficiency in delivering manual treatment for neck pain within specified force ranges - The Spine Journal thespinejournalonline.com/article/S1529-…
- New trustee joins the teamFeb20
We’re delighted to welcome Hannah Collier, ACMA CGMA, to the CRC Board of Trustees. A qualified Chartered Management Accountant, Hannah brings her expertise in management accounts and strategic planning to the CRC and we are sure that she will excel in her role
Read the full story…Improving Research CapacityJan14
Published in the British Chiropractic Association’s ‘Contact’ magazine, Winter 2017, Vol. 31, No. 3: Improving Research Capacity It’s always a privilege to attend a chiropractic graduation ceremony and see the next generation of chiropractors embark on what is a fantastic
Read the full story…Senior Research Fellow appointed at leading UK university!Jun22
The Chiropractic Research Council (CRC) is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Dave Newell to the position of Senior Research Fellow at the Department of Primary Care and Population Sciences (PCPS), Faculty of Medicine, University of Southampton. This unique
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