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Crc Uk / Articles posted by Blossom Chambers

We’re delighted to announce that we will be providing PhD Studentships in 2022. These will be aimed at researchers, working in or allied to the profession of chiropractic, who wish to pursue research activities leading to a PhD. Watch this space for further details and the call for application! ...

The CRC Board of Trustees would like to express their thanks to Richard Brown, past Chair and Founder of the CRC, who is stepping down as a CRC Trustee at the end of November 2021. Richard has been a key figure with the CRC and was instrumental in the charity’s inception in 2013. If it...

“Chiropractic is manual therapy, not talk therapy” In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic and the first UK national lockdown, CRC-funded researchers Marc Sanders, Jonathan Field and Dave Newell, together with Shane Derbyshire and Jane Vennik, used the time to conduct a unique study exploring the use of ‘telehealth’, remote consultations by chiropractors. More used to...

We need you! The Chiropractic Research Council is looking to expand its Board of Trustees, and we need your help. We are looking for motivated individuals to join the Board, including individuals who wish to take on a leadership role. The CRC was founded in 2013 to provide leadership and unity in chiropractic research. It aims to...

The ‘Southampton Initiative’ was drawn to a close in October 2021. The initiative commenced in September 2017 with the appointment of part-time Senior Research Fellow, Prof. Dave Newell, to work alongside an interdisciplinary research team within the Faculty of Medicine, University of Southampton. Dave was joined in September 2019 by part-time visiting Research Fellow, Jonathan...

Primary Researcher, Michelle Holmes PhD, is undertaking a CRC-funded study investigating the launch of a chiropractic Practice-Based Research Network (PBRN) within the UK. This will boost UK chiropractic research capacity, aid ‘big data’ collection and the implementation of research findings within the clinical setting. Aided by fellow researcher, PhD student Amy Miller, the researchers are...

CRC-funded PhD student Marc Sanders is making good progress with his studies at the University of Southampton. Marc is investigating the implementation of chiropractic services into the wider healthcare setting, and is initially focusing particularly on the barriers and facilitators to global integration which will inform further exploration of this issue in a UK-based chiropractic...

Like everyone, the unprecedented events of the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic had significant impact on the Chiropractic Research Council, with numerous barriers to hinder research productivity and a substantial reduction in income. However, despite all this, during 2020 we managed to make progress with several research initiatives that will help to build UK chiropractic research capacity for...