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BC doctor steps up to help heroes battling wildfires

Jan 11, 2022  6:20 am star_border

Helping those who put others first It has been a challenging time for the residents of British Columbia. In addition to navigating through the constantly evolving COVID-19 pandemic, the province has been hit hard by a series of natural disasters, with the latest coming in the form of heavy storms that led to severe flooding. The most recent extreme weather conditions come on the heels of a summer of heatwaves and wildfires. These events have destroyed communities and forced many people out of t.

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Read the latest publication of BackMatters

Jan 11, 2022  6:03 am star_border

We want to give a special thanks to our contributors and everyone who makes this magazine possible. We are proud of this issue. Doctors Carol Ann Weis and Crystal Draper wrote the cover story, which highlights best practices for pregnant and postpartum patients. There are also great pieces from your Board Chair, Dr. Debbie Wright and Alison Dantas, our CEO. Plus, there are research updates and the results from our annual member survey.

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CCRF celebrates research innovation with six new project grants

Jan 11, 2022  5:52 am star_border

The Canadian Chiropractic Research Foundation (CCRF) has awarded six new national grants to Canadian-led research teams. This latest round of grants brings CCRF’s overall investment in Canadian chiropractic research to almost $900,000 since it began funding individual projects in late 2019. Dr. Richard McIlmoyle, CCRF’s Research Committee Chair, was deeply impressed with the number and calibre of applications received. “It was incredibly challenging to choose the successful grant recipients, as this .

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