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We are delighted to announce that with full funding provided by the Chiropractic Research Council (CRC), chiropractor Marc Sanders MSc DC, has been registered at the prestigious University of Southampton (UoS) to undertake a PhD programme. Marc will be joining a team of MSK researchers at the Aldemoor Hospital, University of Southampton, embedded within the Department...

The CRC is delighted to be funding a project to explore the feasibility and set-up of a Practice-Based Research Network (PBRN) in the UK. The study, conducted by AECC University College researcher and CARL Fellow Michelle Holmes, will initially investigate how to establish a PBRN within the UK chiropractic profession. She will be exploring the...

A published article in the first year of graduation! Savanna conducted this study during her final year at AECC University College and during her time on the CRC-funded PERC ('Programme for Early Researchers in Chiropractic') internship last summer. She presented her preliminary findings at ECU EPIC 2019, BCA Autumn Conference and had a poster accepted...

The CRC is delighted to be funding the UK-arm of this large, international study, the first of its kind investigating chiropractic management of low back pain in the older adult. Low back pain is a common problem in older people, and older patients often make up a significant proportion of the average chiropractor's case-load. However, older subjects...

The Chiropractic Research Council (CRC) is unwavering in its stance in supporting chiropractic research and researchers and the benefit that this has to our patients and the public. This will continue during this difficult time as we all face the challenge of Coronavirus, COVID-19. In light of these unprecedented circumstances, many of our research activities will...

CRC-funded PhD post! Here's a great opportunity for those of you wishing to do a PhD. Exploring the implementation of chiropractic care in existing NHS primary care pathways, at the prestigious University of Southampton, working with Dave Newell, Jonathan Field, Mark Gurden, Neil Osborne and external supervisors from the University. Can be conducted on a full- or...

Fantastic to see posters from last year's PERC (Programme for Early Researchers in Chiropractic) graduate research interns displayed at today's The Royal College of Chiropractors Winter Conference. Excellent work, Perttu, Sam and Savanna!!! Watch this space for details of PERC 2020… ...

Congratulations to all those selected to take part in CARL ll! The Chiropractic Academy for Research Leadership (CARL) is proud to announce its second cohort of CARL Fellows for 2020 – 2023. The CARL II Fellows are: Sasha Aspinall - Australia (Murdoch University) Aron Downie - Australia (Macquarie University) Steen Harsted - Denmark (University of Southern Denmark) Hazel Jenkins - Australia...

THANK YOU! Many thanks to Arif Soomro and the team at Cliffs Chiropractic Clinic for their very generous donation to the CRC, presented to us at last weekend's British Chiropractic Association Conference. Arif and his team donate £1 to the CRC for each and every wedge cushion that they sell, enabling us to support more research and...

VERY WELL DONE to Jonathan Field, DC, PhD, who was awarded the prestigious 'Chiropractor of the Year Award' at the British Chiropractic Association's Autumn Conference this weekend. This award is extremely well-deserved after years of tireless clinical and research work. Perhaps one of the UK's leading chiropractic researchers, Jonathan is probably best-known for his work designing...