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‘The whole is greater than the sum of its parts’
Aristotle (384 BC - 322 BC)

Some exciting news has resulted from one of Heidi Haavik’s research studies, only made possible through the funding partnership between Spinal Research, the New Zealand College of Chiropractic and the Hamblin Trust.

Click HERE to read more, which we encourage you to share with your patients.


Expression of Interest for grant funding 2015 is now closed… what next?

Each year the Australian Spinal Research Foundation offers research grants to support quality research of clinical and scientific relevance to the chiropractic profession.

Submission of an EOI is the first step in the process of seeking grant funding. This year we are pleased to announce that we received 14 EOI from across the globe.  We are excited to see that so many research scientists are working towards research outcomes creating more opportunity for a better level of health care globally through chiropractic.

With Expressions of Interest now closed for 2015, the Clinical Advisory Panel and Research Committee will begin the next phase of assessing the EOI's.

For more information on the grant funding process you can click HERE

or if you would like to see some of the research projects funded you can click HERE


New Research Grants on Offer

Call For Expressions Of Interest Research Grant Applications 2015

Each year the Australian Spinal Research Foundation offers research grants to support quality research of clinical and scientific relevance to the chiropractic profession. The Foundation has established research priorities to support its vision to contribute and resource research that expands our knowledge base in health care delivery for the well being of our community.

The Australian Spinal Research Foundation now invites expressions of interest for grants to support research initiatives.

Applications close 5.00pm Australian Eastern Standard, Monday 11 May 2015. For further information on applications and to review the guidelines please click HERE.
To view research grants that have been previously approved click HERE.


Illuminate Vol 1 is online!


The digital edition of Spinal Research's newsletter, Illuminate has been added to our website.

Packed with content including:

  • Interviews with profession leaders John Minardi, Phil McMaster and Nima Rahmany
  • An article by Jacey Prymja entitled "Why are you still focusing on symptoms? What are you missing out on?"
  • A piece exploring "Credibility and the Need for Source Criticism"

To access Illuminate, please click HERE

Enjoy



From July 31 – August 2, a joint initiative between Spinal Research and Parker Seminars presents Parker Seminars Gold Coast 2015. If you want to be a LOUDER, STRONGER voice in your community then get ready as some of the biggest names in chiropractic from around the globe will be presenting at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre. Click HERE for more details.


‘Kick up your Heels for the Kids’ raises $2,311.17 for Spinal Research!

Kylie Loxton and the guys at Seaman Chiropractic are a glowing example of how their own organised fundraising event helps Spinal Research in their mission to facilitate more research, faster. The event also helped create more awareness for chiropractic in their local community, and a great time was had by all in doing so! Here’s how it unfolded…

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Event Calendar

 

Parker
Seminars
Gold Coast
2015

Gold Coast Convention
&
Exhibition Centre
31 July - 2 August 2015

For more info click HERE

To Register click HERE



Dynamic
Growth
Experiences
2015


BRISBANE
13th June
Brisbane

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VICTORIA
4th July
Melbourne

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NEW SOUTH WALES
22nd August
Sydney

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NORTH QUEENSLAND
12th September
Mackay

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