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Research Fellow, University of Southampton Finished your PhD? Want to continue in the world of research in a funded, part-time, post-doc post? Collaborate with an interdisciplinary healthcare research team at a prestigious UK university? The CRC is delighted to be funding this post of Research Fellow at the prestigious University of Southampton. A 2-year, part-time post, this...

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...

The CRC is delighted to announce a call for applications for funding! We are looking for exciting, innovative projects that will have significant impact, help to develop the UK’s chiropractic research capacity, and will ultimately be of benefit to chiropractic patients....

We all know that we need to be competent in our clinical skills to be safe, effective, empathetic clinicians. But it’s not just what we do that matters, it’s what we say, and how we say it...