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Chiropractic Journal of Australia : December 2011
Chiropractic Journal of Australia Volume 41 Number 4 December 2011 iii CONTINUING CALL FOR PAPERS Chiropractic Journal of Australia is dedicated to the advancement of chiropractic health care principles and practice, and seeks to fulfil this purpose by the critical review and publication of research and scholarly work relating to its scientific bases and clinical applications, including supportive presentations of an educational and/or professional nature; education of its practitioners; its history; contemporary issues affecting its practice; ethics; interprofessional relationships; and trends in health care. Continuing call for papers includes: INVESTIGATIONS. Reports of original research relevant to the practice of chiropractic, education of practitioners and the role of chiropractors in the health care delivery system and public education. HYPOTHESES. Preliminary studies that may establish a basis for further, in-depth investigations. LITERATURE REVIEWS. Critical assessment of current knowledge of a subject of interest, with emphasis on better correlation, exposition of ambiguities and delineation of areas that may constitute hypotheses for further study. CASE REPORTS. Accounts of the diagnosis and treatment of unusual, difficult or otherwise interesting cases that may have independent educational value or may contribute to better standardisation of care for a particular health problem when correlated with similar reports of others. CASE REVIEWS. A retrospective, comparative evaluation of the diagnosis and treatment of several cases of a similar condition. HISTORICAL ARTICLES. Documentation of aspects of the history of chiropractic, including biographical sketches, legitimation of the profession, emergence of institutions and development of professional education. TECHNICAL REPORTS. Evaluation of equipment or procedures that are new or have not previously been so evaluated. COMMENTARY. In-depth essays on matters relating to the clinical, professional, educational, and/or politico-legal aspects of health care principles and practice. LETTERS TO THE EDITORS. Communications intended to amplify, clarify or draw attention to a deficiency in a paper published recently in CJA. (Authors are afforded the privilege of a counter- response.) BOOK REVIEWS: Honest evaluation of the contents of recently-published books and new editions of standard texts, and their relative value to the practising chiropractor. Manuscript requirements and detailed instructions for preparation and transmittal are published in Information for Authors, available at www.chiropractors.asn.au. Direct submissions to: Chiropractic Journal of Australia P.O. Box 748 Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 email@example.com
CJA March 2012