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‘Liquid nose jobs’ outlawed for B.C. naturopaths over concerns about blindness and skin death


Resignation of Vivan Kil as WFC President


Pandemic inactivity causing rise in injuries, say Alberta practitioners


Why we need to get creative when it comes to talking about pain

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What comes around goes around: Mutual respect and understanding for practitioners and associates

Clinic owners feel young docs should pay their dues. The truth is, any experience in entrepreneurship is an “eat what you kill” phenomenon. If you take time off, you don’t get paid. This is the same for clinic owners and contractors. These positions have more in common than not. It is in the best interest of clinic owners to treat contractors better than they were treated, even by themselves, which includes pay. It is also in the best interests of contractors to respect the history and work owners have put forth. The owner-contractor relationship is an opportunity to move the profession forward on a number of fronts. » Read more...