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  Title Informing a research agenda for the Canadian chiropractic profession / [Informer les chiropraticiens canadiens d’un programme de recherche]
Journal J Can Chiropr Assoc. 2017 Dec;61(3):Online access only p 190–195
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Article

Our research group recently published a Delphi study that identified Canadian chiropractic profession research priority areas. At the same time, the Canadian Chiropractic Research Foundation (CCRF) was developing their own research priority areas. In this commentary, we discuss the results of the Delphi study, compare and contrast these results to the research priorities of the CCRF, and report new data from a survey about where members of the chiropractic profession think that available research funding should be spent. Ongoing dialogue is needed with all Canadian chiropractic stakeholders to turn these research priorities into action.

Author keywords: chiropractic, research, agenda

Author affiliations: SDF: Queen's University. School of Rehabilitation Therapy (Canada / Ontario / Kingston); Macquarie University. Department of Chiropractic (Australia / New South Wales / Sydney); RP: Canadian Chiropractic Association (Canada / Ontario / Toronto); PB: University of Regina. Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies (Canada / Saskatchewan / Regina); SP: University of Manitoba. Faculty of Kinesiology & Recreation Management (Canada / Manitoba / Winnipeg); JAH: Dalhousie University. Department of Community Health & Epidemiology (Canada / Nova scotia / Halifax); JS: University of Guelph. Human Health & Nutritional Sciences (Canada / Ontario / Guelph); GK: University of Alberta. Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine (Canada / Alberta / Edmonton)

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Notre groupe de recherche a publié les résultats d’une étude Delphi visant à connaître les priorités de recherche dans le domaine canadien de la chiropratique. Parallèlement, la Fondation canadienne pour la recherche pour la recherche en chiropratique (CCRF) a établi ses propres priorités. Dans les présents commentaires, nous examinerons les résultats de l’étude Delphi, nous les comparerons aux priorités de recherche établis par la CCRF et nous présenterons les résultats d’un sondage mené auprès de membres de la profession pour connaître leurs opinions sur la façon dont les fonds de recherche devraient servir. Un dialogue continu s’impose entre tous les intervenants du domaine de la chiropratique au Canada pour que ces priorités de recherche se traduisent en mesures concrètes.

Mots-clés de l'auteur: chiropratique, recherche, programme

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