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Chiropractic Journal of Australia : CJA September 2012
90 Chiropractic Journal of Australia Volume 42 Number 3 September 2012 WORK FORCE STUDY SURVEY EATON et al 6. Christensen MG, Ward R, Webb KR, Day AA. Job analysis of chi- ropractic 2005: a project report, survey analysis, and summary of the practice of chiropractic within the United States. Greely: National Board of Chiropractic Examiners; 2005. 7. Assendelft WJJ, Pfeife CE, Bouter LM. Chiropractic in the Nether- lands: a survey of Dutch chiropractors. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1995;18:557-63. 8. Eisenberg DM, Davis RB, Ettner SL, Appel S, Wilkey, S, Van Rompa Kessler RC. Trends in alternative medicine use in the United States, 1990-1997: results of a follow-up survey. JAMA 1998;280(18):1569- 75. 9. General Chiropractic Council. Consult the profession: a survey of UK chiropractors, 2004. General Chiropractic Council (UK); 2004. 10. Humphreys BK, Peterson CK, Muehlemann D, Haueter P. Are Swiss chiroporactors different than other chiropractors? Results of job analysis survey 2009. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2010;33:519-35. 11. Pollentier A, Langworthy J. The scope of chiropractic practice: a sur- vey of chiropractors in the UK. Clin Chiropr 2007;10(9):147-155. 12. Schwarz I, Hondras MA. A survey of Chiropractors practicing in Germany: practice characteristics, professional reading habits, and at- titudes and perceptions toward research. Chiropr Osteopat 2007;15:1- 8. 13. Fernandez-Caamano R, Bonello R, Eaton S, Štrkalj G. Assessment and modelling of chiropractic and allied healthcare in Australia: background and need for a formal investigation. Chiropr J Aust 2011;39:127-31. 14. Australian Bureau of Statistics. Health Care Services 2010. Canberra, Australia. 15. Benoussen A, Myers SP. Towards a safer choice: the practice of traditional Chinese medicine in Australia. Campbelltown: University of Western Sydney; 1996. 16. Australian Bureau of Statistics. Regional population growth, Australia, 2011. Canberra, Australia. 17. National Board of Chiropractic Examiners. Practice analysis of chiro- practic, a project report, survey analysis, and summary of the practice of chiropractic within the United States, 2010. Greeely: National Board of Chiropractic Examiners; 2010. 18. Bracher MD. The Australian family project. J Aust Popul Assoc 1987;4(2):106-22. 19. Malmqvist S, Leboeuf-Yde C, Chiropractors in Finland - a demo- graphic survey. Chiropr Osteopat 2008;16(9):1-5. 20. Ailliet L, Rubinstein SM, de Vet HC. Characteristics of chiroprac- tors and their patients in Belgium. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2010;33:618-25. 21. Australian Bureau of Statistic. Average weekly earnings, Australia, 2012. Canberra, Australia. 22. Doctors of the World. 2012 [cited 2012 26th June ]; Available from: http://www.doctorsoftheworld.org/. 23. Australian Bureau of Statistics. Regional population growth, Australia, 2011. Canberra, Australia. 24. Australian Bureau of Statistics. Population by age and sex, Australian states and territories, 2010. Canberra, Australia. 25. Australian Physiotherapy Association. Schools of physiotherapy. 2012 [cited 2012 25th June]; Available from: http://physiotherapy.asn.au/ careers/studying-in-australia/schools-of-physiotherapy/. 26. Mior SA, Laporte A. Economic and resource status of the chiropractic profession in Ontario, Canada: a challenge or an opportunity. J Ma- nipulative Physiol Ther 2008;31:104-14. 27. Richardson JRJ. Chiropractic in Australia. A paper presented to the Conference on the Development and Needs in Education and Research in Chiropractic. Macquarie University: North Ryde, Australia.
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