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Engage 2021: Educating the Broader Healthcare Community on Non-pharmacological Pain Treatments

Thomas M. LaBrot, DC, is the senior vice president of clinical services for American Specialty Health (ASH). Dr. LaBrot’s pre-recorded Engage 2021 program, "Educating the Broader Healthcare Community on Non-pharmacological Pain Treatments” (1 CE available) will be accompanied by a live chat. His central message is that the individual chiropractor can be effective in communicating the benefits of chiropractic care, and that this can be done at the level of promoting one’s own practice...or promoting the profession to healthcare decision makers.

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Introducing the 2019-2020 VA Chiropractic Residents

A new cohort of residents has joined the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) healthcare system’s Chiropractic Residency Program this fall. Several chiropractors participating in the program will continue ACA’s blog series on the residencies over the next year, sharing their experiences and lessons learned working as part of an integrated hospital team. The residencies were launched in 2014 to provide participants with advanced clinical training in complex case management. 

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VA’s Chiropractic Residents Share Experiences and Insights: New Blog Series

Part of a series on the chiropractic residency program in the VA health care system

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) chiropractic residency program reached an historic milestone in 2016 when each of the five sites received accreditation from the Council on Chiropractic Education (CCE)—they are the first U.S. chiropractic residency programs to be awarded this distinction. The programs were also successful in many VA performance metrics, including recruitment of high-quality applicants, 100 percent graduation rates, high degree of graduate placement in VA and/or other hospital settings, and high satisfaction across multiple stakeholders. Consequently, in early 2017 VA transitioned the chiropractic residency pilot into a standing residency program. Two residents of the program will share their experiences through a new ACA blog post series. 
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