Index to Chiropractic Literature
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  Title Chiropractic in North America: Toward a strategic plan for professional renewal—Outcomes from the 2006 Chiropractic Strategic Planning Conference
Journal J Manipulative Physiol Ther. 2010 Jun;33(5):395-405
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Article
Abstract/Notes Objective: This report describes the process, participation, and recommendations of a set of consensus conferences on strategy for professional growth that emphasized elements of public trust and alignment between the chiropractic profession and its stakeholders.

Methods: In February and August 2006, an invitational group of leaders in the chiropractic profession convened an ad hoc Chiropractic Strategic Planning Conference. Public notice was given and support solicited through the Foundation of Chiropractic Education and Research. A series of international and interdisciplinary speakers gave presentations on the shifting of external social dynamics and medical culture, illuminating opportunities for the profession to extend its privilege and service. A systematic round-robin discussion was followed by group breakout sessions to develop recommendations on priorities for the profession to respond to challenges and opportunities. Recommendations were reviewed by the group as a whole and voted to consensus requiring more than 70% agreement.

Results: Participants determined a series of recommendations within 5 key domains for improving health professions practice: education, research, regulation, workplace, and leadership.

Conclusion: The action steps proposed by the Strategic Planning Committee are first steps to provide better service to the public while making use of the inherent strengths of the profession.

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