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Raising Students’ Awareness of Research Activities and Opportunities

A recent survey gives NUHS food for thought regarding how to generate more student interest and participation in on-campus research.

Chiropractic educational research is a long-standing, important practice for improving the quality of education in our degree programs. Additionally, chiropractic research related to techniques and patient outcomes can have meaningful contributions. This has been demonstrated through the development of student research in many other healthcare professions.  However, not much is known about how much prospective and current students are aware of this body of research, including how it informs their choice of a career in chiropractic and a specific program, or how it impacts their education and influences their career paths. 

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