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Faculty ACA Symposium Goes Virtual as Faculty Adjust to Online Learning

The first Faculty ACA Symposium takes place virtually on June 13, bringing together chiropractic college faculty members from around the country to learn and engage with their peers. The event – originally planned to take place at Keiser University in Florida – was transitioned to an online meeting to keep participants safe during the coronavirus outbreak. Organizers hope this will encourage more faculty to register and attend. ACA Blogs takes a moment to connect with Faculty ACA’s (FACA’s) president and vice president, Drs. Jennifer Illes and William Lauretti, respectively, to learn how the past few weeks have impacted chiropractic education, faculty members and students.

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ACA Is Working to Expand Your CE Options

During the past few weeks, the American Chiropractic Association has been working to bring doctors of chiropractic information and resources that are crucial to navigating practice and business challenges presented by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Another area of our work is to expand access to CE credits on Learn ACA, our online learning platform, which offers a safe and affordable option for continuing education. 

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Let’s Work Together to Protect and Serve Our Patients, Staff, Families and Communities

A Message from the ACA Board of Governors

The American Chiropractic Association (ACA) is committed to providing reliable information about chiropractic care as well as clarifying misinformation that may cause confusion. With the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the public’s need for accurate information to make good choices for themselves and the health and safety of their families has never been greater.

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ACA Member Dr. Sherri LaShomb Selected to Support Athletes at Olympic Games in Tokyo

If you run into ACA member Sherri LaShomb, DC, of Lewiston, N.Y. these days, you might want to greet her with kon'nichiwa – Japanese for hello. LaShomb has been brushing up on her Japanese ever since learning that she was chosen to be one of a select group of healthcare volunteers who will support athletes competing at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan this summer. 

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Engage 2020 Conference Daily: Saturday, Feb. 1

The Engage 2020 Conference Daily brings you information and announcements to help maximize the ACA Engage experience, as well as news and highlights from the day's events. In this issue: the McAndrews Leadership Lecture, presentation of the Chiropractor of the Year Award and other award winners.

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Engage 2020 Conference Daily: Friday, Jan. 31

The Engage 2020 Conference Daily brings you information and announcements to help maximize the ACA Engage experience, as well as news and highlights from the day's events. In this issue: the House of Delegates meeting, Board of Governors and other leadership elections, Annual Awards, and more. 

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Engage 2020 Conference Daily: Thursday, Jan. 30

The Engage 2020 Conference Daily brings you information and announcements to help maximize the ACA Engage experience, as well as news and highlights from the day's events. In this issue: the Advocacy Day Kick-Off event, the ACA-PAC Bulldog Award and the Congressional Reception.

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Engage 2020 Conference Daily: Wednesday, Jan. 29

The Engage 2020 Conference Daily brings you information and announcements to help maximize the ACA Engage experience, as well as news and highlights from the day's events. In this issue: A message from the ACA president and coverage of the SACA Welcome Meeting. 

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Reflecting on the Past Year

ACA President Robert C. Jones, DC, offers his reflections on the past year, including a review of progress on key initiatives. "Over the past 12 months, I have had the honor of serving as ACA president and with that the privilege of meeting many ACA members," he writes. "Through our collective efforts as an association, I’m pleased to report that our voice is stronger than ever, thanks in large part to the overall health of ACA and because of the real progress we have made."

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Opioids: ACA Is a Trusted Resource in Advocacy Circles for Information on Non-drug Approaches

The American Chiropractic Association (ACA) has long been a partner in the fight against opioid misuse by promoting and encouraging the utilization of safe, effective and proven non-drug approaches to pain management, such as chiropractic care. Recently, ACA has joined with national coalitions to promote chiropractic care as a viable, widely available and effective tool to the millions of Americans who experience chronic and acute pain each year. 

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