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Chiropractic Journal of Australia : CJA September 2013
84 Chiropractic Journal of Australia Volume 43 Number 3 September 2013 own family could be critical of those who do the extra work to become expert in this feld. Thankfully, the CAA now has a Clinical Interest Group to bring the experts together and establish a defnitive professional pathway. The same may be asked about functional neurology; why aren't the concepts a fundamental learning element within pre-professional chiropractic education? How can some of our family possibly think of chiropractic as being only for back pain? Again, your association now has a Clinical Interest Group to bring the experts in neurology together to create a stronger clinical presence for the profession. As a profession we have come to learn so much more yet most educational institutions appear reluctant to embrace new directions and content. Is this a bad dream or have our educators been asleep on this question? What does the chiropractor next to you think? And what did the young mind associated with the title of this piece do? Danced in the rubbish of course and yes, he was exiled to teach at Broken Hill. It is a wonderful thing to share the stories of our country's pioneers, and of course, to sit with a colleague in their clinic and share their stories of today. This writer is blessed to be able to do this in a variety of countries. It is a wonderful way to take the pulse of the profession and to learn of new things your colleagues feel should be done by its educational institutions and its elected leaders. Who will you have dinner with tonight? What will you learn about them? What stories will you both tell? More important, who will you laugh with? Phillip Ebrall BAppSc(Chiropractic), Grad Cert Tert Learning & Teaching, PhD, FICC, FACC Professor of Chiropractic, CQUniversity-Australia Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Medicine, International Medical University Education Advisor, Tokyo College of Chiropractic Assistant Editor
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