ACC-RAC 2020 Conference Schedule

Conference Update and Refund Process Information

The ACC hopes that you and yours are safe and healthy. Thank you for your patience as we explored all possible options. We have decided to do some online content instead of rescheduling the conference.

The ACC is starting a process for platform presenters and poster presenters to share your information. The Journal of Chiropractic Education will include your abstracts so that your efforts are recognized. To facilitate this process we will be selecting certain presentations via webinars and podcasts. The ACC is committed to continue the educational process that is part of our mission. More information to follow.

If you are connected to an ACC school, we are reimbursing the school for all individuals connected to the school. If you are with an institution and have not submitted your expense report to your institution, please do so. The ACC has been working with the CFOs at the schools to facilitate this process.

For those registrants NOT affiliated with a school, the ACC credit card processor does not keep your credit card number for privacy concerns, therefore a check will be issued to the name and address under the payment section of your credit card receipt. Please send an email to info@chirocolleges.org ONLY if you need to update this information. Please be sure to either send your copy of the confirmation order number or put the order number in the email so we can identify the order.

The ACC will be refunding the registration fee less a modest $35 deduction in order to provide these online initiatives. We will notify all registrants when the webinars and/or podcasts are scheduled.

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Developing Leaders: Faculty, Education & Research

(updated as of 3/4/20 – check back for further updates)

Continuing education credits will be available for most sessions. Doctors of chiropractic may earn up to 13.5 hours pending your state board’s approval. Continuing education credits are provided through Texas Chiropractic College.

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ACC RAC 2020 Plenary Sessions Keynote Speakers

Plenary Sessions: Friday, March 20 (Grande Ballroom)

Mimi Guarneri
The Science of Integrative Health & Medicine
8-9 a.m.

Transforming Healthcare: Mindsets & the Social Context
9-10 a.m.
Alia Crum

Mimi Guarneri, M.D., FACC, ABOIM
President, Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine
Ranked as #6 of the top 100 Integrative Physicians by Newsmax
Alia Crum, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Stanford University
Principal Investigator of the Stanford Mind & Body Lab

In the first presentation during this plenary session, Dr. Guarneri will review of the limitations of conventional medicine and explore way a broader perspective is needed. Creating health is an economic strategy that requires a team of multi-disciplinary practitioners dedicated to treating the whole person. … In the second presentation, Dr. Crum presents the science behind a new paradigm that helps move us beyond the limited notion of placebo effects as a mysterious response to an inert treatment toward the recognition that ultimately, our mindsets are responsible for their healing effects.

Plenary Session: Saturday, March 21 (Grande Ballroom)

Gert Bronfort
Chiropractic for Health and Wellbeing:
New Research to Combat the Pain Management Crisis

8-9:30 a.m.
Roni Evans

Gert Bronfort , D.C., Ph.
Professor, Center for Spirituality & Healing's Integrative Health
& Wellbeing Research Program at the University of Minnesota
Roni Evans, D.C, M.S., Ph.D.
Director, Center for Spirituality & Healing’s Integrative Health
& Wellbeing Research Program at the University of Minnesota

The US is in the midst of an unprecedented pain management crisis, with chronic pain impacting more Americans than heart disease, diabetes, and cancer combined. Chiropractors are among the most common providers of non-drug treatments, and are ideally suited to be prominent front-line providers for musculoskeletal pain conditions. This presentation highlights research focused on alleviating the current pain management crisis. This includes studies of chiropractic’s role in preventing acute musculoskeletal pain from becoming chronic, as well as how chiropractic can help pain sufferers engage in positive health behaviors to enhance their overall wellbeing.

Plenary Session: Saturday, March 21 (Grande Ballroom)

Sherry Mcallister
20/20 Vision in 2020
1:30-2:30 p.m.
Lou Sportelli

Sherry McAllister, D.C., M.S.Ed ., CCSP®
Executive Vice President, Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP)
Private Practice, San Jose, Calif.
Lou Sportelli, DC
President, NCMIC Foundation
Past President, NCMIC Group, Inc.

This plenary session commemorates chiropractic’s 125th birthday in 2020. Past obstacles faced to bring chiropractic where it is today and where it needs to go in the future are addressed. Presenters showcase how chiropractors can effectively use marketing collateral to distribute at the community level, while showcasing national marketing campaigns set to achieve greatest opportunity for celebration of 125 years of chiropractic success.

Thursday, March 19

8:00 am – 5:00 pm

ACC Working Group Meetings (closed meetings for ACC working groups)
Presidents –
Admissions/Enrollment –
Assessment and Accreditation –
Chief Academic Officers –
Chief Financial Officers –
Clinic Directors –
Institutional Advancement/Development –
Librarians –
Post Graduate –
Research Directors –
Student Affairs –

6:00 pm – 7:30 pm – Harbor Island Ballroom

Welcome Reception – Sponsored by Standard Process, Inc.
All attendees are invited to join

Friday, March 20

7:00 am – 7:50 am – Harbor Island Ballroom

Continental Breakfast

7:50 am – 8:00 am – Harbor Island Ballroom

Opening Plenary Session

Opening of the ACC RAC 2020 Conference – Introductions and Welcome
Bill Meeker, DC, MPH – President, Palmer College of Chiropractic West, ACC Vice-Chair

8:00 am – 9:00 am – Grande Ballroom

The Science of Integrative Health and Medicine

Keynote Speaker: Mimi Guarneri, MD, FACC, ABOIM, President, Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine

Integrative health and medicine is an evidence-based path to achieving the triple aim. Review of the limitations of conventional medicine and explore why a broader perspective is needed. Creating health is an economic strategy that requires a team of multi-disciplinary practitioners dedicated to treating the whole person.

World-renowned Integrative Cardiologist Dr. Mimi Guarneri is ranked as #6 of the top 100 Integrative Physicians by Newsmax. She leads her team of experts, as co-founder and medical director, at Guarneri Integrative Health, Inc. in La Jolla, CA at Pacific Pearl La Jolla, the premier center combining state-of-the-art conventional, integrative and natural medicine. Board-certified in cardiovascular disease, internal medicine, nuclear cardiology and integrative holistic medicine, Dr. Guarneri is President of the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine, Past President of the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine. She currently serves on the Founding Board of the American Board of Physician Specialties in Integrative Medicine.

Sponsored by NCMIC Insurance Company

9:00 am – 10:00 am – Grande Ballroom

Transforming Healthcare: Mindsets and the Social Context

Keynote Speaker: Alia Crum, PhD

Placebo effects can produce healing responses in a range of conditions, and yet are often discounted or villainized. In this talk, Dr. Crum presents the science behind a new paradigm that help move us beyond the limited notion of placebo effects as a mysterious response to an inert treatment toward the recognition that ultimately, our mindsets are responsible for their healing effects. Applications for how this research can be applied in the social context of chiropractic care are discussed.

Dr. Crum is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Stanford University and the Principal Investigator of the Stanford Mind & Body Lab. She received her PhD from Yale University and BA degree from Harvard University. Her research focuses on how changes in subjective mindsets—the core assumptions we make about things and processes in the world—can alter objective reality through behavioral, psychological, and physiological mechanisms. Dr. Crum’s research aims to understand how mindsets can be consciously and deliberately changed through intervention to affect physiological and psychological well-being. Her awards include the NIH New Innovator Award and the Association for Psychological Science’s Rising Star Award.

10:00 am – 10:30 am – Harbor Island Ballroom

Break – Sponsored by Performance Health / Biofreeze / Thera Band

10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Workshops – Sponsored by ChiroTouch

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Nautilus #3
Nautilus #4
Nautilus #5
CLINICAL
RESEARCH
COLLEGE FACULTY
COLLEGE FACULTY
LEADERSHIP
Incorporating motivational interviewing in the clinical encounter

The objective of this workshop is to provide an overview of motivational interviewing (MI) and provide a guide to incorporate MI into routine clinical encounters.

Jordan Gliedt
Sarah Trost
Chiropractic and public health: 2020 research agenda update

Public health education, research, and practice are fundamental to improving the health of the public not only on a local or national level, but on a global scale. This workshop continues the chiropractic research agenda cycle, where attendees will receive an update on current public health research in chiropractic and learn skills from public health leaders in the profession about building public health research capacity for the chiropractic profession.

Claire Johnson
Bart Green
Will Evans
Richard Brown
Michael Haneline
Risk management strategies: teaching and learning spinal manipulation

Risk management is a very important topic to educational institutions. To reduce risks for students learning, individuals receiving, and institutions teaching spinal manipulation several strategies exist. This workshop will explore different emerging approaches to manage risk from a broad perspective during the training of spinal manipulation. Our facilitators will lead exercises and share collective insights to promote participants’ abilities to define risk management and identify strategies to reduce risk for institutions and enhance safety for students and patients.

David Starmer
Shari Wynd
Dana Hollandsworth
Daryl Ridgeway
Paul Osterbauer
Lisa DeMarco
Mitchell Ludwig
Moving from an administrative to student-centered syllabus: so what?

This workshop will explore the process, content, and beliefs, both expected and unexpected, of designing a student-centered syllabus for chiropractic programs. It is based on the initiative of the Curriculum and Faculty Development Team in a Canadian context involving competencies and compliance with accessibility laws.

Scott Dunham
Leadership throughout the academic career

This session is an exploration of the many facets of leadership and the variety of leadership opportunities that occur throughout the academic career. By identifying early, middle, and late career attributes and motivations, participants will develop personal goals and action steps pertinent to leadership at their professional level.

John Stites
Michele Maiers
Dana Madigan

12:00 pm – 1:30 pm – Grande Ballroom

Lunch – Sponsored by NCMIC Insurance Company
Announcement of the Jerry McAndrews Award

1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Scientific Contributed Platform Sessions

Nautilus #1
Nautilus #2
Nautilus #3
Nautilus #4
Nautilus #5
CLINICAL
CLINICAL
INTEGRATION
CASE STUDIES
EDUCATION
Moderator:
Arnold Lardon
Moderator:
Phil McMaster
Moderator:
Nathan Hinkeldey
Moderator:
Robert Mootz
Moderator:
Dana Hollandsworth
Development and validation of a new treadmill walking test to discriminate between neurogenic, vascular and low back pain related claudication

Mariève Houle, Julie O'Shaughnessy, Charles Tétreau, Claude-Édouard Châtillon, Martin Descarreaux

Effect of spinal manipulative therapy on trunk kinematics in patients with chronic non-specific low back pain: a pilot randomized, controlled trial

Bryan Bond, Chris Kinslow, Adam Yoder

Lumbar disc nomenclature: a knowledge survey and narrative review

Stuart McIntosh, Mark Pfefer, Rachel Gilmore, Stephan Cooper, Alexis Tucker, Kyle Koerner, Dakota Vaughn

The effect of a lumbar chiropractic adjustment on static balance: a randomized control trial feasibility study

Nicholas Borovsky, Ed Feinberg, Robert Cooperstein

Manipulative and manual therapies in the management of patients with prior lumbar surgery: a systematic review

Clinton Daniels, Zachary Cupler, Jordan Gliedt, Sheryl Walters, Nathan Hinkeldey, Alec Schielke, Derek Golley, Cheryl Hawk

Implementation of the primary spine care model in a multi-clinician primary care setting: initial outcomes

James Whedon, Andrew Toler, Serena Bezdjian, Justin Goehl, Robb Russell, Louis Kazal, Melissa Nagare

Magnesium supplementation for migraine prevention: an umbrella review

Rachel Gilmore, Mark Pfefer, Connor Buckles, Jaden Butcher
The 1-year prevalence of occupational musculoskeletal disorders in practicing chiropractors in Ontario

Samuel Howarth, Anser Abbas, Sheilah Hogg-Johnson, Silvano Mior

Systematic review of telerehabilitation for musuloskeletal disorders commonly encountered in clinical chiropractic

Frank Bucki, Michael Clay, Hannah Tobiczyk, Allison King

Patients’ and interns’ expectations of adverse events: data from an electronic active surveillance study at a teaching clinic

Katherine Pohlman, Martha Funabashi, Gregory Kawchuk, Sheilah Hogg-Johnson, Silvano Mior

Strategies to mitigate benign adverse events for spinal manipulation: exploring clinicians and patients perceptions

Martha Funabashi, Katherine Pohlman, Alex Lee, Anthony Tibles, Silvano Mior, Greg Kawchuk

Exploring patient and clinician experiences and beliefs about benign adverse responses to spinal manipulation in chiropractic teaching clinics: a cross-sectional survey

Martha Funabashi, Katherine Pohlman, Alex Lee, Tony Tibbles, Silvano Mior, Greg Kawchuk

The impact of introducing a posture awareness program in a secondary school environment

Anna Palmer, Adrian Hunnisett, Christina Cunliffe

Discomfort during setup of side posture hypothenar/ilium push manipulation

Simon Wang, Cory Niedjalski, Stephanie Alexopulos, Sheilah Hogg-Johnson
An evolving model of whole health at one VA facility

Susan Wenberg, Teri Davis

Feasibility of a same day access chiropractic clinic in a VA medical center

Shawn Neff, Samuel Holguin, David Paris

Expanding chiropractic services within a VA Health Care System: an evaluation of veteran accessibility and provider referrals for care

Matthew Knieper, Pamela Wakefield, Jason Napuli, Glenn Bub, Jeffrey Kamper

Patient care access and referral patterns of chiropractic patients in a VA chiropractic clinic: evaluating opportunities for provider education on chiropractic appropriateness

Matthew Knieper, Pamela Wakefield, Jason Napuli, Glenn Bub, Jeffrey Kamper

Exploring a supervised machine learning approach to predicting Veterans Health Administration chiropractic service utilization

Brian Coleman, Samah Jarad, Anthony Lisi, Joseph Goulet, Kelsey Corcoran, Harini Bathulapalli, Cynthia Brandt

Trends in veteran population access to Veterans Affairs chiropractic services

Ryan Burdick, Kelsey Corcoran, Anthony Lisi

Assessing comorbidity rating among veterans receiving Veterans Affairs chiropractic care

Vivian Ly, Brian Coleman, Joseph Goulet, Kelsey Corcoran, Anthony Lisi
A case series of cervical spondylotic myelopathy diagnosed in a chiropractic clinic

Patrick Battaglia, Chandler Bolles, Catherine Moore

Treatment of lumbar radiculopathy using McKenzie Method Progression in a patient with multiple comorbidities

Nicholas Hedges, Devon Ackroyd

Chiropractic-initiated opioid taper of a partial tetraplegic patient

Robert Walsh, Felisha Truong

Chiropractic management of a patient with low back pain previously managed by chronic opioid use: a case study

Ryan Diana, Morgan Price, Gregory Reed, Michael Cole

Conservative management of neurogenic claudication secondary to congenital lumbar spinal stenosis: a case series

Ngai Chow, Chadwick Chung, Wenda Dai

Changes in strength, balance, and endurance in active duty U.S. military personnel with low back pain following chiropractic care

Robert Vining, Cynthia Long, Amy Minkalis, Maruti Ram Gudavalli, Ting Xia, Lance Corber, Crystal Franklin, Christine Goertz

Back and chest pain predict bronchitis and emphysema in women: a potential role for chiropractors in chronic respiratory disease management

Roger Engel, Katie De Luca, Petra Graham, Masoumeh Kaboli Farshchi, Subramanyam Vemulpad, Julie Byles
The influence of digital lecture notes on pathology course performance and student satisfaction

Christopher Roecker

Chiropractic graduates’ perceptions of University Health Clinic (UHC) versus Community Clinic (CC) educational experience

Navine Haworth, Louise Horstmanshof, Keri Moore

Cultivating collaborative teams using an interprofessional collaboration competency framework in performance appraisals

Deborah Kopansky-Giles, Lindsay Beavers

Evaluating the integration of interprofessional collaboration competencies within simulation training

Minisha Suri-Chilana, Deborah Kopansky-Giles, Silvano Mior, Douglas Campbell, Kari White, Lianne Jeffs

The use of FSTT™ in teaching force and loading rate control to chiropractic students

Shari Wynd, Brad Koby, Amy Arton

Using Force Sensing Table Technology™ (FSTT™) to examine the relation between lung function and treatment force in subjects with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

Shari Wynd, Victor Quiroz, Aladin M. Boriek

Developing student experience: creation of a therapy practice lab - part 2

Marc Lucente, Sean Norkus, Jeffrey Krabbe

3:00 pm – 3:30 pm – Harbor Island Ballroom

Break – Sponsored by ChiroHealth USA

3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Scientific Contributed Platform Sessions

Nautilus #1
Nautilus #2
Nautilus #3
Nautilus #4
Nautilus #5
CLINICAL
BASIC SCIENCE
INTEGRATION/EDUCATION
CASE STUDIES
EDUCATION
Moderator:
Lynn Pownall
Moderator:
Robert Mootz
Moderator:
Bart Green
Moderator:
Stuart Kinsinger
Moderator:
Katherine Pohlman
Impact of chiropractic care on use of prescription opioids

James Whedon, Andrew Toler, Louis Kazal, Serena Bezdjian, Justin Goehl, Jay Greenstein

Effectiveness of non-pharmacological interventions on sleep characteristics among adults with musculoskeletal pain: a systematic review

Carol Cancelliere, Efrosini Papaconstantinou, Leslie Verville, Gaelan Connell, Jessica Wong, Heather Shearer, Hainan Yu, Anne Taylor-Vaisey

Non-pharmacological management of soft tissue disorders of the shoulder: a clinical practice guideline from the Ontario Protocol for Traffic Injury Management (OPTIMa) collaboration

Hainan Yu, Pierre Côté, Jessica Wong, Heather Shearer, Carolina Cancelliere, Anne Taylor-Vaisey

Secondary analysis of pain occurrence data collected via SMS text message during a pragmatic, clinical trial comparing usual medical care plus chiropractic care to usual medical care alone for low back pain

Zacariah Shannon, Cynthia Long, Robert Vining, Christine Goertz

Self-perceived recovery in patients participating a multi-arm randomized clinical trial. Is the outcome already determined? A pilot study

Corrie Myburgh, Greg Kawchuk, Julie Fritz

Cost-effectiveness of spinal manipulation, supervised rehabilitative exercise, or home exercise for spinal pain in the United States using an individual participant data meta-analysis approach

Brent Leininger, Gert Bronfort, Roni Evans, Karen Kuntz, James Hodges

Description of chiropractic treatment in a pragmatic clinical trial conducted in Department of Defense military treatment facilities: a secondary analysis of ICD and CPT codes

Anna-Marie Schmidt, Zacariah Shannon, Cynthia Long, Robert Vining, Christine Goertz
Sonographic evaluation of the degree of medial meniscal extrusion during Thessaly test in healthy knees

John Chinsuk Cho, Lauren Tollefson, Kenneth Reckelhoff

A palpation method more accurate than the supracristal plane for identification of the L4 spinous process

Gregory Roytman, Scott Selby, Joe Cantu, Gregory Cramer

Correlation between lumbar spinal stiffness and muscle activity in healthy adults: an investigation using a novel rolling device

Isabelle Pagé, Greg Kawchuk

The immediate effects of cervical spine manipulation on upper extremity ergometer performance to muscle failure in asymptomatic participants

John Ward, Jesse Coats, Ken Sorrels

Visual perception of patient attributes modulates spinal manipulation dose characteristics

Steven Passmore, Quinn Malone, Brian MacNeil, Elizabeth Sanli, David Gonzalez

Quantification of the forces applied and transmitted through the body during thoracic spinal manipulation in asymptomatic adults

Joshua Thomas, Tom Murphy, Steve Tran, Sam Howarth, David Starmer, Martha Funabashi

Factors influencing the transmission of force in human tissues during manual therapy: a crossover study

Jérémie Mikhail, Martha Funahashi, Martin Descarreaux, Isabelle Pagé
An interprofessional education activity on "roles and responsibilities"

Cheryl Hawk, John Mrozek, Renee Bogschutz

Chiropractic students' attitudes toward orthopedic spine surgeons and physical therapists: before and after a clinical rotation

Jesse Cooper, Gary Tam, Katherine Pohlman

Barriers, facilitators, and motivators to implementing chiropractic care in a multidisciplinary rehabilitation setting: a qualitative analysis using the Theoretical Domains Framework

Stacie Salsbury, Breanne Wells, Zacariah Shannon, Robert Vining

Onsite chiropractic services: effects on workers' compensation cost across three sites

Chad Henriksen

Experiential learning: ten years of reflection

Scott Dunham, David Starmer

A systematic review of observational studies on the prevalence and locations of musculoskeletal pain in residential aged care

Katie de Luca

A systematic review of complementary and integrative health interventions for patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain and comorbid mental health conditions

Danielle Parrilla, Jason Napuli, Sheryl Walters
Lessons learned from cases of rib fractures after manual therapy: a case series to increase patient safety

Daphne To, Anthony Tibbles, Martha Funabashi

Baseball injury resulting in type III Salter-Harris Fracture of the first proximal phalangeal base

Jake Halverson, Stacey Cornelson, Quintin Murray, Norman Kettner

Multicentric reticulohistiocytosis presenting to a chiropractor: a case report

Brynne Stainsby, Sophia da Silva-Oolup

Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT) and cranial treatment for hemicranium continua: a case report

Charles Blum

SOT cranial therapy with light therapy for the treatment of trochlear nerve palsy and right eye concomitant deviation

Rachel Hamel

Non-cardiac chest pain: a case for multidisciplinary collaboration with the emergency department

Cael Halfman, Nathan Hinkeldey, Heather Meeks

First messages matter: aligning evidence with practice

Alyssa Troutner, Lindsay Rae, Brooke Morphet
Factors affecting self-perceived confidence in clinical and patient communication skills among chiropractic students: a qualitative analysis

Cheryl Ng, Min Lei Chong

Impostor phenomenon among U.S. chiropractic students

Kelly Kimball, Christopher Roecker, Katie Hoyt

Changing perceptions on Paper-Based Testing (PBT) vs. Computer-Based Testing (CBT)

Xiaohua He

The relationship between in-class polling participation and pathology course performance

Christopher Roecker, Kara Shannon, Zacariah Shannon

Empathy and perceived stress of second year chiropractic students

Lia Nightingale

How coping strategy affects chiropractic students' perceived stress

Niu Zhang, Charles Henderson

Resilience, perceived stress, quality of life and demographic assessments in chiropractic students: a survey based measurement

Michelle Drover, Tracey Littrell, Kira Baca, Dustin Derby

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm – Harbor Island Ballroom

Reception and Scientific Contributed Poster Presentations

Meet and mingle with other scientific researchers, educators, clinical practitioners and leaders in the profession. All attendees invited to attend the poster presentation reception.

Posters listed in alphabetical order (last name of first author).

Impact of Force-Sensing Table Technology (FSTT) on student’s self-perceived confidence when learning cervical techniques
Daniel Armstrong, Alex Naquin, Dana Hollandsworth

Risk factors for pinguecula: a narrative review
Lisa Barker, Barclay Bakkum, Cynthia Chapman

Diagnosing acetabular labral tears with hip traction sonography: a case series
Jessica Billham, Stacey Cornelson, Amy Koch, Mero Nunez, Patricia Estrada, Norman Kettner

Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT) and cranial treatment for a patient presenting with dysautonomia possibly secondary to vagal nerve entrapment in the jugular foramina: a case report
Thomas Bloink, Charles Blum

Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT) and dental co-treatment of a patient with increased eye pressures and related dysfunction: a case report
Thomas Bloink, Charles Blum

Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT) and dental co-treatment of a pediatric patient with increased eye pressures while receiving orthodonture care: a case report
Thomas Bloink, Charles Blum

Whiplash-Associated Disorders (WAD) and TemporoMandibular Joint Disorders (TMD): a review of the literature
Charles Blum

Making a case for genomics in chiropractic education
Kara Burnham, Leslie Takaki

Chronic abdominal post-operative pain: a case for conservative management
Bianca Catalano, Nathan Hinkeldey, Heather Meeks, Brittnei Scott

Manipulation force characteristics and clinical outcomes of prone thoracic spinal manipulation in chiropractic students with neck pain: a pilot study
Grand Choi, Martha Funabashi

Nerve flossing in a patient with chronic radiculopathy who previously failed to respond to manipulation alone
Michael Cole, Gregory Reed, Ryan Diana

A descriptive analysis of US chiropractic teaching institutions’ clinical application of patient reported outcome measures and screening tools for low back pain patients
Jesse Cooper, Jordan Gliedt, Katherine Pohlman

Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma mimicking symptoms of typical low back disorder
Stephan Cooper, Mark Pfefer, Alexis Tucker, Jaden Butcher

Common and uncommon muscle injuries identified in chiropractic practice utilizing diagnostic ultrasound
Stacey Cornelson, Ashley Ruff, Norman Kettner

Investigating the link between skeletal muscle substance P levels of rats and quantitative ultrasound image texture utilizing multiple regression: an exploratory pilot study
Felipe Coutinho Kullmann Duarte, Michael Behr, Jeremy Simpson, John Z. Srbely, Dinesh Kumbhare

Association between pregnancy-related hormones and lumbopelvic pain characteristics in pregnant women: a scoping review
Catherine Daneau, Mariève Houle, Mégane Pasquier, Stephanie-May Ruchat, Martin Descarreaux

Chiropractic care and specific exercises or bracing in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis: a narrative review
Natalie Day, Adrian Hunnisett, Christina Cunliffe

Comparison of the effects of ergonomic chair design on videonystagmography and cognitive performance
Emily Drake, Mark Vettraino, Stephanie Sullivan, Ron Hosek, Michael Longyear, Brent Russell, Shannan Behrens, Sadeddin Yamlikha

Reciprocal inhibition for management of acute shoulder pain: a case report
Nick Dugger, Nathan Hinkeldey, Tanner Morris, Michael Tunning

Chiropractic management as a treatment in Deformational Plagiocephaly: a narrative review
Karen Forsyth, Adrian Hunnisett, Christina Cunliffe

Assessing the feasibility of implementing a fall risk assessment program in a VA chiropractic clinic
Jonathan Free, Kena McDermott, Anthony Lisi

Manipulation force characteristics for older adults using mannequin simulators
Martha Funabashi, Katie de Luca, Samuel Howarth, Steven Tran, David Starmer, Greg Kawchuk

The effects of cervical adjustment on sensorimotor function in asymptomatic subjects
Igor Generalov, Adrian Hunnisett, Christina Cunliffe

Survey of students’ perceptions of the jurisprudence, ethics, and business management course at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
Brian Gleberzon

Four sensory pillars: a teaching model for collaborative patient care
Victoria Graham, Susan Wenberg

Post-operative hip pain: a case of resolution following end range loading and directional preference
Cael Halfman, Nathan Hinkeldey, Harold Olson

A survey of Veterans Health Administration chiropractors and chiropractic clinics
Stephanie Halloran, Todd Kawecki, Anthony Lisi

Cultural competence in chiropractic education: a research study to evaluate the knowledge and perceptions about cultural competence in the doctor of chiropractic program at Life University
Charmaine Herman, Lewis Van Brackle, Nancy DeSousa Williams

Examining the correlates of successful performance on the NBCE’s part IV exam
Igor Himelfarb, Bruce Shotts, Andrew Gow

Chiropractic care and rehabilitation combined with myofascial release technique for a patient with a Harrington Rod fusion of C4-T4: a case study
Jesse Hodges, Jason Belcher

Ask your doctor before beginning a new diet: a chiropractic student survey
Gregory Hollandsworth, Vanessa Morales

The effects of 4 weeks of chiropractic care plus physical therapy, compared to physical therapy alone, on motor function in chronic stroke patients: a pilot clinical trial
Kelly Holt, Imran Khan Niazi, Imran Amjad, Muhammad Shafique, Jens Duehr, Heidi Haavik

Report of two cases of familial occipitalization in a father and daughter
Shaveen Jayalathge, Lauren Tollefson, David Mackenzie, Siddharth Patel

Origins of x-ray use in chiropractic: historical qualitative analysis of the first 30 years of radiography advertising in the United States
Claire Johnson, Bart Green

Engaging chiropractic students in basic research measuring Serum IL-1a levels in a Spared Nerve Injury (SNI) rat peripheral neuropathic pain model
Ward Jones, Alexandra Bishop, Clare Arko, Charles Arends, Randall Sozio, Stephen Onifer

Health and wellness characteristics of chiropractic students in a DCP program
Koen Kallop, Sergio (Tony) Fernando, Monica Smith

Literature review on chronic pain, Opioid Use Disorder, their relationship to empathy, and the effect of educational interventions on empathy. Prepared in advance of a research project titled; effect of a chronic pain and Opioid Use Disorder train
Jeffrey Kamper

High resolution sonographic properties of the normal sciatic nerve
Norman Kettner, Stacey Cornelson, Ashley Ruff, Courtney Wells, Roberta Sclocco, Patrick Battaglia, Daniel Haun

Blood Flow Restriction therapy (BFR) for lower extremity injuries: a case series
Amy Koch

Recognizing our hidden faculty: 3-year outcomes of the Health Professional Educators (HPE) program in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto
Deborah Kopansky-Giles, Judith Peranson

Practical innovation: the development of a physical medicine checklist
Erik Korzen

An empirical study of the chiropractic interns on their perceptions of new HIPAA rules and its effect on their practice
Joe Lintz

Midfoot stress fractures in a patient with recurrent Gout
Marc Lucente, Jeffrey Krabbe

Physical training approaches for chiropractic manipulation skill development: a narrative review
Mitchell Ludwig, Mark Pfefer, Stuart McIntosh, Steven Reece, Jaden Butcher, Rachel Gilmore

Reproducibility of a prescribed adjustive thrust force by chiropractors: a pilot study
Billy Lunsford, Brent Russell, Edward Owens, Ron Hosek

The effects of chiropractic on dizziness: a narrative review
Anna Mackay, Adrian Hunnisett, Christina Cunliffe

Pain and substance use disorder comorbidity and considerations for doctors of chiropractic: a review of the literature
Dana Madigan, Jessy Glaub, William Foshee

The use of an online case-based learning module to facilitate integration of basic and clinical sciences
Christine Major, Kara Burnham, Jenny Nordeen, Kathryn Brown, Chad Lambert, Leslie Takaki

Radiographic reporting errors in an integrated clinic: a case series
Ross Mattox

Evaluation of a research article for quality and relevance in a microbiological lab setting for trimester 2 chiropractic students
Anjum Odhwani, Paula Robinson

Chiropractic multimodal treatment of a grade 2 quadriceps strain
Harold Olson, Michael Tunning

Development and testing of a lumbar spine palpation training device
Edward Owens, Brent Russell, Ronald Hosek, Stephanie Sullivan

Cannabidiol (CBD) for pain management: a scoping review
Colette Peabody, Stuart McIntosh, Mark Pfefer, Rachel Gilmore, Connor Buckles, Jaden Butcher

Personality traits as predictors of academic performance in different types of assessments
Pablo Perez de la Ossa, Elina Pulkkinen, Pablo Martínez, Maike Perello, Marjolijn Mac Conuladh, Adrian Wenban

Establishing laboratory methods for determining the contribution of neuropeptide Y to the pain relief of spinal manipulative therapy
Virginia Salata, Claire Sheridan, Charles Arends, Abigail Vande Hei, Randall Sozio, Cynthia Long, Zacariah Shannon, Bradley Taylor, Stephen Onifer

Improvements of post-herpetic neuralgia following acupuncture treatment in a patient with spinal cord injury: a case report
Alec Schielke, Benjamin Whiles

Prevalence of essential oil usage in chiropractic students: a cohort study
Samantha Schmidt, Paige Schultz-Enwright, Lia Nightingale, Breanne Wells

The impact of lavender and rosemary aromatherapy on test anxiety in chiropractic students: a randomized crossover study
Paige Schultz-Enwright, Samantha Schmidt, Breanne Wells, Lia Nightingale, Steven Torgerud

Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT) and dental treatment of dysfunctional breathing in a child: a case report
Jason Scoppa, David Buck

Practice analysis and changes to the Chiropractic Board of Clinical Nutrition Diplomate
Bruce Shotts, Igor Himelfarb, Greg Crawford

Methodologic challenges of using Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS) data for chiropractic health services research
Monica Smith, Krista Ward

The effects of the side bridge exercise on immediate internal rotation range of motion of the hip
Amanda Star, Mikaela Buchli-Kelly, Simon Wang

Improved lower extremity function after implementation of chiropractic and rehabilitation care in a 25-year-old male with Diffuse Axonal Brain Injury (DABI): a case report
Sheldon Stuckart, Leslie Reece, Devon Ackroyd

A model for chiropractic research designed to move the healthcare dialogue toward a development-of-health model
Stephanie Sullivan, Brent Russell, Ronald Hosek, Edward Owens, Jr., Angela Seckington, Emily Drake

Management of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome with conservative multimodal therapy: a prospective case series of outcomes with concurrent wrist and cervical manipulation
David Taylor

Dual task exercises and chiropractic care increased patient functional abilities post Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Mark Thenhaus, Devon Ackroyd

The “5 A’s instruction:” a novel approach to teaching the evidence-based practice to chiropractic students
Natalia Tukhareli

Identifying different types of headaches: signs and symptoms, causes, and current treatment recommendations
Anna Walden

Evaluating medical expenditure panel survey data for the association between chiropractic utilization and opioid prescriptions among people with back and neck pain
Krista Ward, Monica Smith

The effect of cervical spine adjustment on elderly patient’s grip-strength
Adrian Wenban, Pablo Perez de la Ossa

Cost comparison of chiropractic care for patients with acute and sub-acute low back pain
James Whedon, Serena Bezdjian, Patricia Dennis, Vivi-Ann Fischer, Robb Russell

Can factors in the educational environment influence cognitive appraisals of control and value in chiropractic medical students?
Michael Wiles

Correlation of mBESS scores and Sorensen’s test scores: an investigational study
Richard Yu, Alexus Campos, Robert Cooperstein, Ed Feinberg

6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Workshops

Nautilus #1
Nautilus #2
Nautilus #3
Nautilus #4
Nautilus #5
CLINICAL
RESEARCH
COLLEGE FACULTY
COLLEGE FACULTY
LEADERSHIP
Stabilizing the neuroimmune system with chiropractic, functional medicine, and nutrition

The concept of functional neurology views the nervous system as a moldable, changeable entity that can be affected in its function through every system and various types of environmental stimulation. This workshop reviews the systems biology of the interconnected systems with an emphasis on the nervous system, immune system, and GI system. It offers personalized lifestyle and nutritional therapies to support these systems using a chiropractic and functional medicine operating system.

Ryan Lazarus
A session with CARL: fostering the fundamental resources to support early career researchers

This workshop will showcase a mini-CARL program structured for: clinicians considering alternative research pathways, academics responsible for empowering students, and professional leaders entrusted with comprehensively developing regional associations. Emphasis will be placed on the importance of mentorship and leadership.

Katherine Pohlman
Martha Funabashi
A contemporary approach to fall prevention

This workshop will focus on the current recommendation in fall prevention and the development of a new aged approach to mitigate fall related injury.

Trevor Shaw
Adam Sergent
Identifying and addressing patient mistreatment of trainees using the ERASE framework for a chiropractic setting

This workshop will describe and present a method to address patient mistreatment of trainees using the ERASE framework, a step-wise, standardized approach to empower physician-educators to recognize and respond to trainee mistreatment by patients. Facilitators will utilize case examples in small group discussions to practice the ERASE framework and encourage faculty to address patient mistreatment in real time.

Vivian Ly
Stephanie Halloran
Chiropractic education within the higher ed landscape: a leader’s perspective

This workshop will provide for leaders and aspiring leaders in chiropractic education, an overview of higher education, an understanding of key issues and risk factors facing colleges and universities, with an emphasis on implications for chiropractic education.

John Scaringe
Deb Bushway

Saturday, March 21

7:00 am – 7:50 am – Harbor Island Ballroom

Continental Breakfast

  • American Public Health Association – Chiropractic Health Care Section meeting
  • Women in Chiropractic meeting: “Understanding the need for diversity: increasing women’s role in chiropractic research” with Dr. Katie Pohlman & Dr. Katie DeLuca

8:00 am – 9:30 am – Grande Ballroom

Plenary Session

Chiropractic for health and wellbeing: new research to combat the pain management crisis

Keynote Speakers: Gert Bronfort, DC, PhD & Roni Evans, DC, MS, PhD

The US is in the midst of an unprecedented pain management crisis, with chronic pain impacting more Americans than heart disease, diabetes, and cancer combined. With mounting evidence of ineffectiveness and harms of commonly used drug treatments, including opioids, there have been urgent calls for non-pharmacological approaches for pain. Chiropractors are among the most common providers of non-drug treatments in the United States and are ideally suited to be prominent front-line providers for musculoskeletal pain conditions. This presentation will highlight new and ongoing research focused on alleviating the current pain management crisis. This includes studies of chiropractic’s role in preventing acute musculoskeletal pain from becoming chronic, as well as how chiropractic can help pain sufferers engage in adaptive and positive health behaviors to enhance their overall wellbeing.

Dr. Bronfort, is a professor at the Center for Spirituality & Healing’s Integrative Health & Wellbeing Research Program at the University of Minnesota. He has more than 30 years experience conducting randomized clinical trials investigating noninvasive conservative treatments including exercise and self-care strategies for spine pain conditions. He’s successfully completed many full-scale, randomized clinical trials with high compliance and long-term follow-up rates and has been a longstanding member of the Cochrane Back Review Group Editorial Committee, and co-author of several systematic reviews of the literature focused on spinal pain. This work has provided him with a comprehensive understanding of the status of the research in the low back pain field, and a critical perspective regarding gaps and weaknesses. He has an extensive background in rigorous study design and collection of pain related biological, psychological and social data. His research has also contributed to the understanding of spinal biomechanics.

Dr. Evans has over 20 years of experience conducting team-based interdisciplinary research, including randomized trials of complementary and integrative health (CIH), including mind and body interventions (spinal manipulation, self-management, exercise, and mindfulness). Currently, she is the Director of the Integrative Health & Wellbeing Research Program supporting the efforts of a very prolific, multi-disciplinary team. She has a strong track record of study design, project coordination, and implementation and have experience with both quantitative and qualitative methods and was recently the PI of a pilot feasibility study investigating mindfulness and behavioral approaches to enhance physical activity in older adults in community-based settings which has successfully transitioned to a larger randomized trial.

9:30 am – 10:30 am – Harbor Island Ballroom

Scientific Contributed Poster Session & Break – Sponsored by Visual Outcomes
-See previous listing

10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Workshops

Nautilus #1
Nautilus #2
Nautilus #3
Nautilus #4
Nautilus #5
CLINICAL
THEME
COLLEGE FACULTY
COLLEGE FACULTY
LEADERSHIP
Impacting women's health through wellness, prevention, and pain management across the lifespan

This workshop will discuss the current landscape of women's health that can be managed by chiropractors, including the impact chiropractors practicing evidence-informed, patient-centric care for female patients around the world. Attendees will learn tools for a variety of women's health issues that they can apply immediately in their practices.

Katie de Luca
Katherine Pohlman
Claire Johnson
Kristina Petrocco-Napuli
Building effective mentoring relationships

The lack of a standard pathway for doctors of chiropractic to train as clinician scientists makes mentoring relationships vital for early career researchers. This workshop will facilitate both mentors and mentees in building more effective mentoring relationships.

Anna-Marie Schmidt
Zacariah Shannon
Brian Coleman
Stephanie Halloran
Martha Funabashi
Brent Leininger
Cynthia Long
Robert Vining
Anthony Lisi
Roni Evans
How to create a vertically integrated student learning module

This workshop will assist attendees in developing the framework for a case-based student learning module that integrates basic and clinical sciences through collaboration with colleagues in other departments and/or disciplines.

Kara Burnham
Kathryn Brown
Chad Lambert
Christine Major
Jenny Nordeen
Understanding the skills chiropractic students need for interdisciplinary training

Workshop attendees will learn how to identify and train the skills your students need for interdisciplinary training rotations.

Jeff King
Nathan Hinkeldey
Jude Miller
Developing the critical thinking skills of your team using question-centric coaching

The purpose of this session is to provide participants with tools to dramatically improve team and personal performance, exert less effort than they are investing today, and ensure the sustainability of the improvements they make. Participants will learn how to utilize the power of questions to develop the critical thinking skills of their team, creating additional time in their day to reinvest in activities that improve the overall performance of the team.

Chick Herbert
Mike McCoy

12:00 pm – 1:30 pm – Grande Ballroom

Lunch – Sponsored by Foot Levelers, Inc.

Announcement of the ACC RAC research paper awards
Scientific paper awards hosted and sponsored by NBCE

1:30 pm – 2:30 pm – Grande Ballroom

Plenary Session

20/20 Vision for 2020

Keynote Speakers: Lou Sportelli, DC & Sherry McAllister, DC, MSEd, CCSP

This plenary session commemorates chiropractic’s 125th birthday in 2020. Past obstacles faced to bring chiropractic where it is today and where it needs to go in the future are addressed. Presenters showcase how chiropractors can effectively use marketing collateral to distribute at the community level, while showcasing national marketing campaigns set to achieve greatest opportunity for celebration of 125 years of chiropractic success.

Dr. Sportelli has served in many capacities throughout his 56-year career in chiropractic. He currently serves as President of The NCMIC Foundation, and formerly served for 25 years on the board, including 20 years as President of NCMIC Group Inc, which provides malpractice insurance and financial services to more than 40,000 doctors of chiropractic in the United States and territories. Dr. Sportelli has lectured extensively on ethics, risk management, and incorporating sound procedures to risk-proof your practice. He has a keen interest in patient education, and he has written a consumer book, Introduction to Chiropractic™, which has been widely used by doctors of chiropractic across the world. His prior involvement in chiropractic nationally and internationally resulted in his serving as President of the World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC) from 1998-2000, an organization having Non Governmental Organizational (NGO) status with the World Health Organization (WHO), and Chariman of the Board of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) from 1989-1990, and served on the Board of Trustees of the Blue Mountain Health Systems Hospital Network from 1988-2019.

Dr. McAllister serves as the Executive Vice President for the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, the national not-for- profit organization showcasing the benefits of chiropractic care across multiple platforms. Dr. McAllister earned her Master’s in Education from the University of California East Bay and is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic West, where she served as an Associate Professor. Recently appointed to Forbes Non-Profit Council. She is a frequent guest speaker for National conventions, Corporate Wellness Programs, as well as Business and Healthcare Alliances. Dr. McAllister has served as a Qualified Medical Examiner, Expert Chiropractic Witness for the State of California, and has been in private practice in San Jose since 1996.

2:30 pm – 3:00 pm – Harbor Island Ballroom

Break

3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Scientific Contributed Platform Sessions

Nautilus #1
Nautilus #2
Nautilus #3
Nautilus #4
Nautilus #5
CLINICAL
CLINICAL
THEME/EDUCATION
CASE STUDIES
EDUCATION
Moderator:
Anna Facchinato
Moderator:
Breanne Wells
Moderator:
Stuart Kinsinger
Moderator:
Roger Engel
Moderator:
Dana Madigan
Conditions and management of the older chiropractic patient: a secondary analysis of 6,927 adult-patient encounters from Australian (COAST) and Canadian (O-COAST) studies

Katie de Luca, Sheilah Hogg-Johnson, Martha Funabashi, Silvano Mior, Simon French

Patient-centered outcomes in clinical pediatric manual therapy research studies: where are we?

Carol Prevost, Katherine Pohlman, Kris Anderson, Beth Carleo

Brain responses to respiratory-gated auricular vagal nerve stimulation frequency: neuromodulation of autonomic nuclei

Norman Kettner, Roberta Sclocco, Ronald Garcia, Harrison Fisher, Jessica Stowell, Kylie Isenburg, Riccardo Barbieri, Vitaly Napadow

Condensing osteitis of the clavicle: an unexpected finding in a 24 -year-old female

Tracey Littrell, Michelle Drover

How chiropractic websites communicate to patients: a descriptive analysis of US chiropractic websites

Elissa Twist, Judy Bhatti, Katherine Manley-Buser

On the feasibility of using outpatient clinic data archived in an Electronic Health Records (EHR) system for research

Ronald Hosek, Stephanie Sullivan

Using Artificial intelligence (AI) to investigate the effects of chiropractic spinal manipulation on resting state EEG in stroke patients

Imran Khan Niazi, Sofie Helene Bjørsrud Jensen, Cecilia Klitgaard Jørgensen, Camilla Winther Nielsen, Kelly Holt, Heidi Haavik
Decreased neurologic pain signature activation following thoracic spinal manipulation in healthy volunteers and participants with neck pain

Kenneth Weber, Tor Wager, Sean Mackey, James Elliott, Wen-Ching Liu, Cheryl Sparks

Frequency of primary neck pain in mild traumatic brain injury/concussion patients

Jeff King, Michael McCrea, Lindsay Nelson

Best practice recommendations for chiropractic management of patients with neck pain

Wayne Whalen, Ron Farabaugh, Cheryl Hawk, Amy Minkalis, William Lauretti, Louis Crivelli, Michael Sheppard, Sheryl Walters

The commonsense approach to spine-related disability in older adults: part 1 – using mixed methods to find deeper meaning to illness outcomes in a randomized controlled trial

Michele Maiers, Stacie Salsbury

The commonsense approach to spine-related disability in older adults: part 2 – a qualitative analysis of illness representations, coping styles, and coping strategies

Stacie Salsbury, Michele Maiers

The commonsense approach to spine-related disability in older adults: part 3 – theory generation for a conceptual framework of illness management in spine care

Stacie Salsbury, Michele Maiers

Use of the Community Health Environment Checklist to assess a chiropractic college outpatient health center for accessibility for persons with mobility limitations

Mark Pfefer, Jackson Berg, Kyle Koerner, Rachel Gilmore
Creating faculty learning communities to foster integration in chiropractic education

Kathryn Brown, Christine Major, Chad Lambert, Jenny Nordeen, Kara Burnham

Examining the validity of pre-chiropractic and chiropractic grade point averages for predicting NBCE part I exam scores

Igor Himelfarb, Bruce Shotts, Andrew Gow

Leading change: a pilot initiative for improved constructive alignment in a chiropractic educational setting

Corrie Myburgh

A scoping review to map research capacity and trends of doctors of chiropractic at the Veterans Health Administration

Zachary Cupler, Clinton Daniels, Rachel Perrucci, Mario Roybal, Michael Anderson, Michael Barbato, Sheryl Walters

Evaluating the baseline abilities of second year chiropractic students to identify cardiac and lung sounds at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College using high fidelity manikin simulators and standardized human patients: a pilot study

Brynne Stainsby, Sophia da Silva-Oolup, Dominic Giuliano, David Starmer, Joshua Thomas

The impact of retrieval practice stakes on knowledge retention

Ashlee Kates-Ascioti, Chad Warshel, Suellen Christopoulos-Nutting, Amy Simolo

Assessing cultural competence and the perceived value of cultural training related to diverse patient populations

Lisa Killinger
Integrative care for acute musculoskeletal pain in a Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC): a case series

Charles Sullivan, Raisa Figueroa, Russell Bishop, Neil Hofbauer, Ti Liu, Robert Walsh

Development of rhabdomyolysis associated with treatment with a class 4 laser: a case study and review

Rachel Gilmore, Stuart McIntosh, Mark Pfefer, Jaden Butcher

Chiropractic management of trismus following inferior alveolar dental nerve block: a case study

Rachel Gilmore, Mark Pfefer, Robert Moore

Hypothenar Hammer Syndrome: a rare occupational injury

Erika Evans, Norman Kettner, Stacey Cornelson

Pleomorphic undifferentiated sarcoma of the anterior thigh: a case report

Ashley Hook, Sophia da Silva-Oolup

Rectus abdominis muscle tear diagnosed with sonography and its conservative management

Ashley Ruff, Stacey Cornelson, Austin Panter, Norman Kettner

Management of pain associated with end-stage arthritis using a class four laser: a case study

Stuart McIntosh, Mark Pfefer, Rachel Gilmore, Jaden Butcher
Service learning at a day laborer program affects chiropractic students' perceptions of community service, underserved populations, and clinical practice

Donna Odierna, Lori Pino, Farida Savai, David Currie, Monica Smith

Toward the development of a standardized chiropractic technique program

Brian Gleberzon, Charles Blum, Christopher Good, Christopher Roecker, Robert Cooperstein

Perceptions of the present and future role of chiropractic qualifying examinations: a qualitative analysis of an international stakeholder survey

Bart Green, Claire Johnson, Richard Brown, Douglas Lawson, Charmaine Korporaal, Ricardo Fujikawa, Eric Russell

The National Chiropractic Antitrust Committee preparing the path for chiropractic integration: a historical review

Bart Green, Claire Johnson

A curriculum review to identify gaps in evidence-based practice (EBP) competencies within a chiropractic teaching program

Destiny Yerby McElroy, Dana Lawrence, Katherine Pohlman

Women's health and chiropractic: a publication analysis and scoping review to identify research gaps

Claire Johnson, Bart Green, Katherine Pohlman, Katie de Luca, Kristina Petrocco-Napuli

Building education research capacity: a qualitative analysis to inform the chiropractic education research agenda

Claire Johnson, Bart Green, John Mrozek, Michael Wiles

4:30 pm – 4:45 pm – Grande Ballroom

Closing Comments

ACC RAC 2021
March 25-27
New Orleans, Louisiana