Evidence-Based Treatment of Adult Whiplash Associated Disorder Grades 1-4 of the Cervical Spine

cca.jpg   A new clinical practice guideline on whiplash disorders is now available for review, and feedback is invited:
Evidence-Based Treatment of Adult Whiplash Associated Disorder Grades 1-4 of the Cervical Spine       

Clinical Practice Guideline Feedback    Feedback must be received by November 29th, 2007.

From the Canadian Chiropractic Association Web site:
On behalf of the Canadian Chiropractic Association and the Canadian Federation of Chiropractic Regulatory and Educational Accreditation Boards, you are encouraged to review this draft of the Guideline and provide your feedback. Once you have reviewed the documents, you are invited to submit your feedback to any of the 28 stakeholder organizations involved in the Guideline development process. Click on the link that appears at the end of this page “Clinical Practice Guidelines Feedback” to fill-out a user–friendly questionnaire and submit your comments. This draft Guideline has been developed to the highest standards and represents an important evolution in providing members with objective, evidence-based guidance on clinical practice issues.

One of the key aspects of the Guideline development process is feedback from practicing chiropractors who will be using the information in a clinical practice setting. We hope that every practitioner will take this opportunity to review the draft and provide important feedback for the refinement of the Guideline. Please take some time to contribute your expertise to this valuable development process. The finalized Guideline will be published in the Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association.
Clinical Practice Guidelines (CCA Web site)

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