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For Busy Doctors ... About This Guide
Explore the Database Tools, Review Services and Websites tabs.
Ways to keep up with research and news include blogs, podcasts, newsletters, and alerts.
A lifetime is too short for all the reading a busy doctor would like to do. Some advice for managing information overload:
- set up notifications on high interest topics in databases such as PubMed
- use social media to connect with a resource such as Index to Chiropractic Literature
- subscribe to journal review services such as Dr. Dan Murphy's Article Review
- bookmark websites of professional organizations
Have you found other great ways to keep up with important developments in chiropractic? a favorite podcast perhaps?
Please share your suggestion in the Let us know box.
Website Links & Descriptions
ChiroOrg: the Chiropractic Resource Organization
Free. Explore the site and search its many sections. While some links need updating, it contains recent material contributed and maintained by a team of volunteers. They are looking for like-minded chiropractors who want to help out. Could that be you?
Free podcasts + Alerts via email and apps. Founder and host, Dean Smith, DC, PhD aims to make scientific findings available to the public and practitioners by interviewing chiropractic experts who are actually doing the research, in order to share the knowledge and facilitate incorporating the latest evidence into practice. Chiropractic Science LLC partners with Miami University (Ohio) and ChiroCredit.com.
ChiroUp Evidence Based Chiropractic Blog
Free blog posts provide useful updates that also serve to promote content found in the premium database. ChiroUp offers various subscription plans to educate patients and doctors. Cited resources are peer-reviewed.
Chronicle of Chiropractic
Free + Alerts by email for new content. Editor Dr. Matthew McCoy publishes this "source for news on conservative, traditional chiropractic."
ClinicalTrials.gov - Search for Chiropractic
Free. This link leads to a pre-formatted search for "Chiropractic OR Chiropractor" and shows recruiting, active, and completed clinical trials registered with U.S. government agency. You can also input Manipulative OR Manipulation in "Other Terms" for a broader search.
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