Coronavirus (Covid-19): Information and guidance for the public and Primary Care Public Health England (PHE) pulishes regularly updated information for the public on the outbreak of coronavirus, including the current situation in the UK and information about the virus and its symptoms. … Continue reading
HPU Bulletin: New Chiropractic Quality Standard for Osteoporosis The Royal College of Chiropractors’ Health Policy Unit is pleased to announce the publication of a new quality standard which covers the chiropractic assessment and management of patients with osteoporosis and those at risk … Continue reading
All healthcare professionals are well-positioned to influence positive lifestyle changes among their patients, and encouraging physical activity is a vital part of helping patients avoid and manage health problems. However, physical activity is not well integrated into undergraduate curricula for … Continue reading
Planning for the Provision of Safe Chiropractic Care During the Covid-19 Pandemic (A PDF version of this web publication is available here.) During the initial months of the covid-19 pandemic we have seen a transformation in the way our society … Continue reading
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Royal College of Chiropractors Research Grant Awards 2018 Royal College of Chiropractors Research Grant Awards THE CALL FOR APPLICATIONS IS NOW CLOSED The RCC awards research grant funding through a process of open competition with high quality peer review. Applications … Continue reading
New National Restrictions (to reduce the spread of coronavirus) The new national restrictions that apply in England from today until Wednesday 2 December 2020 are designed to reduce the spread of coronavirus and thus reduce pressure on the NHS, whilst … Continue reading
Quality Standard Consultation: Headaches The RCC has opened a consultation on a new Headaches Quality Standard and are seeking the views of all stakeholders including interested organisations, chiropractors, other healthcare professionals, patients and the public. Comments are invited on any … Continue reading