Alumni to Complete Phase Two of Success
JULY 23, 2001 - Sherman College
alumni will soon participate in the second part
of a two-phase survey designed to analyze what
alumni consider to be important components of
success in chiropractic practice and the
competencies necessary to contribute to
achievement of these skills.
In Phase I of the Sherman College Success
survey, the college discovered the key
components of success in chiropractic practice.
Phase II will evaluate the degree to which those
components are provided to students.
This is a groundbreaking study in chiropractic -
in fact, in professional self-employment - and
the college is proud of the work that is done to
date and the results we anticipate over the
coming months,” says Executive Assistant to the
President Brian J. McAulay, D.C., Ph.D.
McAulay presented a summary of Phase I at the
Lisbon 2000 Symposium: The Philosophy, Art and
Science of Chiropractic, sponsored by the
Foundation for the Advancement of Chiropractic
Tenets and Science (FACTS).
Click here to read
“Success in Chiropractic Practice: A
Practitioner-Based Content Analysis.”
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