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The Oxford Forum - 21st Century Chiropractic: Evidence-based or Results-dri...
Sat, June 24, 2017, 9:00 AM – 10:30 PM BST
David Newell, Elisabeth Angier and Lawrence Dawson invite you to a day forum to discuss the nature of research in today’s chiropractic. This inclusive and interactive seminar aims to bring together all the bodies within our profession, to discuss the nature of research, what is being researched globally, whether it is the right type of research and if we actually need it at all.
Join us in Oxford for lectures and workshops as we put chiropractic research under the microscope, try to formulate a ‘roadmap for the future’ with the clear goal of advancing the profession, and examine a network for the dissemination of that knowledge.
The day’s programme is currently being finalised but will include representatives of professional and research bodies, as well as educators and personnel from Oxford University’s Department of Primary Health Care.
The day runs from 09.00-17.00 at the University’s Department of Continuing Education at Rewley House in Wellington Square and continues over drinks and dinner at the beautiful Brasenose College in Radcliffe Square from 19.30-late.
The day is being run ‘at cost’ and is price at £125 per head to include all refreshments, luncheon and dinner. Extra dinner tickets for guests are available at £60. Please email the conference organiser below with any dietary requirements.
10 CPD hours have been sought for the day from the GCC.
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University of Oxford: Department of Continuing Education
1 Wellington Square