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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...

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...

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 CRC is delighted to announce the appointment of Jonathan Field, DC, PhD, as Research Fellow at the University of Southampton. After a rigorous selection process conducted by the University of Southampton, Dr Jonathan Field will commence this CRC-funded, two year, part-time post, in just a few weeks’ time. Housed within the Department of Primary Care...

Very well done to Programme for Early Researchers in Chiropractic, PERC 2019 interns - Sam Ogilvie, Savanna Koebisch and Perttu Riipinen - who presented their projects at today's Research Dissemination Day at the Botnar Research Centre, Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences, University of Oxford. Sam, Perttu and Savanna have been participating in an...

A wonderful weekend in Oxford, presenting at EBC'19, Evidence Based Chiropractic, on the World of Research and the vital role that we chiropractors have to play in Public Health, Prevention and Wellness. We're often the only primary health care practitioners that our patients see in a long time. As such, we have an educated, and important,...

Congratulations, well done and good luck to the three chiropractic interns, Savanna Koebisch, Sam Ogilvie and Perttu Riipinen who started their 8-week research internship this week. Part of a multi-disciplinary research internship programme, run in affiliation with the Versus Arthritis Centre for Sport, Exercise and Osteoarthritis Research at the University of Nottingham, this scheme will enable...

Today saw the second site visit for the three chiropractic interns participating in the 8-week summer internship scheme, affiliated with Versus Arthritis. Sam, Perttu and Savanna visited the prestigious University of Loughborough. Here's what Savanna had to say about her day: "Today we concluded our second site visit; University of Loughborough, National Centre for Sport & Exercise...