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  Title Preparing for the worst, hoping for the best and bracing for impact: A narrative on parallels between chiropractic education and the WCCS pandemic response [editorial]
Journal Asia-Pac Chiropr J. 2021 ;2(1):1-2
Peer Review No
Publication Type Editorial

'Much as a student must transition their practice to accommodate the most common conditions whilst not forgetting their essential education with regards to red flags; I hope that our organisation can progress towards being able to focus on a return to normal business, whilst not forgetting the lessons learned through the pandemic. This results in a ‘new normal’, one where we’ve learned the value of technology not only for its convenience, but for its accessibility - especially considering the global nature of WCCS [World Congress of Chiropractic Students]. Furthermore, member engagement during these times has been challenging and through this experience the board has increased its awareness of what is most important to members and how this can most easily be provided. As always, the safety and satisfaction of our members remains a top priority.'

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