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Chiropractic Journal of Australia : CJA March 2012
32 Chiropractic Journal of Australia Volume 42 Number 1 March 2012 As a progressive journal we welcome this new opportunity to work more closely with the Chiropractic Library Collaboration with a view to maximising the seemingly endless opportunities that are unfolding for information distribution. The next obvious step is to work towards each CJA paper being available in full text through ICL at no cost. A search and a click can place the paper on one’s desktop, anywhere, anytime. That is immensely powerful for the advancement of chiropractic. The most important thing in this changing world remains the engagement of our audience, and to this end this Journal continues to hold ICL in the highest regard and unreservedly expresses its commitment to work in partnership to achieve true information democracy by advancing the dissemination of knowledge. Rolf E. Peters, DC, MCSc, FICC, FACC, FPAC Editor Phillip Ebrall BAppSc(Chiropractic), Grad Cert Tert Learning & Teaching, PhD, FICC, FACC Assistant Editor Professor of Chiropractic, Central Queensland University Adjunct Professor, International Medical University LETTERS
CJA June 2012