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Top tech trends to watch in 2017

More than ever, the success of an organization depends on its ability to prepare for change and predict which trends will make a major impact. The chiropractic industry is no different. Technology is constantly changing the way we practice. Here are four emerging trends to watch in 2017.

Update from the guidelines front

The Canadian Chiropractic Guideline Initiative understands that clinicians need easy and rapid access to information, tools and resources to become evidenced-informed practitioners. Here are some of the CCGI initiatives designed to help practitioners translate research evidence into clinical practice.

Editorial: Living in a high-tech world

Whenever one of our devices or software programs run into issues and prevent us from seamlessly carrying out our tasks, it’s very easy to aim our frustration on the technology. For all its bugs and hiccups – and the occasional crashes – however, technology has significantly transformed the way we conduct business and go about our daily lives.

How to crush this worst practice killer

Fear can be one of the most paralyzing emotions human beings can feel. It can lead to health, spiritual, relationship, and even business problems. In practice, fear can potentially stunt growth and leave chiropractors in a defensive mindset. Here are some common fears we experience in practice and how to break through them for both personal and professional development.
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Making health care accessible

When Daniel Budgell, a student at Vancouver’s Langara College, visited Tanzania in the spring of 2005 for a student project sponsored by the Canadian International Development Agency, he probably had no idea he would end up saving dozens of kids from a life on the streets, put hundreds of children through school and establish successful interdisciplinary clinics in rural communities. » Read more...

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