Palmer College of Chiropractic makes strong showing at 2011 ACC-RAC

Palmer College of Chiropractic News

Davenport, Iowa — Palmer College of Chiropractic Chancellor Dennis Marchiori, D.C., Ph.D., along with a number of College faculty, staff and administrators, attended the Association of Chiropractic Colleges-Research Agenda Conference (ACC-RAC) March 17-19, in Las Vegas. Employees from all three campuses attended sessions and made platform and poster presentations, and two Palmer presentations garnered awards. Additionally, staff members from Palmer’s Continuing Education Department processed all state applications for CE credit at the conference.

Click here for a message from Dr. Marchiori along with a list of the research presentations and awards from Palmer. Scholarly presentations from Palmer College faculty, clinicians, staff and administrators comprised nearly 30 percent of all presentations made at the conference.

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The following Palmer College presentations were honored at ACC-RAC as top research and education papers. They will be published in an upcoming issue of a chiropractic journal and their authors will receive a cash prize.

1. He X, Canty A. (Florida Campus) Empowering student learning through rubric-referenced self-assessment. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011 (To be published in the Journal of Chiropractic Education)

2. Owens E, Gudavalli R, Schulz C, Wilder D, Hondras M, Bronfort G. (Davenport Campus) Paraspinal muscle function assessed with the flexion-relaxation ratio at baseline in a population of patients with back-related leg pain. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011 (To be published in the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics)

Palmer College of Chiropractic ACC-RAC platform and poster presentations for 2011:

1. Stites J, Boesch R. Applied Evidence Based Practice: Teaching and Using EBP (Workshop Participant). ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

2. Pickar J, Reed W, Cao DY, Kawchuk G. Effect of the mechanical characteristics (magnitude and duration) of a spinal manipulative thrust on lumbar paraspinal muscle spindle discharge. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

3. Cooperstein R, Young M, Haneline M. At What Angle of Hip Flexion Is the Gillet Test the Most Effective for Detecting Sacroiliac Motion. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

4. Stites J, Lawrence J. Developing a Clinical Practice Journal Club. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

5. DeVocht J, Gudavalli R. Characterizing the Toggle-Recoil Delivery of Practicing Clinicians. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

6. Lawrence DJ. Human Subject Research: Reporting Informed Consent and Ethics Approval in Three Chiropractic Journals. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

7. Killinger L. Helping uni-professionally trained students to think integratively: An interactive educational intervention. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

8. Smith M, Davis M. Immunization Status of Adult Chiropractic Patients: Analyses of National Health Interview Survey (NHIS). ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

9. He X, Canty A. Empowering student learning through rubric-referenced self-assessment. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

10. Cooperstein C, Laquex M. The concurrent validity of the block method for measuring anatomical leg length inequality: A literature review. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

11. Nightingale L. Concept Mapping as a Study Tool for Chiropractic Students in a Basic Science Course. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

12. Meseke C, Meseke J, Nafziger R. The case for collaborative assessment of students: a meta-analysis. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

13. Young M, Cooperstein R. Reliability of the standing hip flexion test: A systematic review. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

14. Anderson M, Butler C. Management considerations in a transtibial amputee with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (Poster). ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

15. Anderson M, Barber M. Kinetic chain dysfunction in a 16-year-old soccer player with ankle pain (Poster). ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

16. Boesch R, Owens J, Silverman S, Klimek M. Cervical Spondylitic Myelopathy: A Case Report (Poster). ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

17. Boesch R, Stick M, Illingworth R, Borcher E. Glioma with Subdural Hematoma Initial Management: A Case Report (Poster) . ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

18. Cole R, Boesch R, Cole B. Chiropractic Management of Cycling Induced Median and Ulnar Neuropathy (Poster). ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

19. Hubbard T, Pickar J, Lawrence DJ, Duray S. Reliability of the Blair Upper Cervical Radiographic Analysis for the Base Posterior View: A Feasibility Study (Poster). ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

20. Hubbard T, Kane J. Essential tremor, Migraine and upper cervical chiropractic: a case report (Poster). ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

21. Juehring D. A Case Study Utilizing Vojta/Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization Therapy to Control Symptoms of a Chronic Migraine Sufferer (Poster). ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

22. Byrd L, Long C, Zhang L, Cooperstein R, Pickar J, Henderson C. Mentored research opportunities for students in a doctor of chiropractic program. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

23. Nafziger R. For the Good of All: A Collaborative Effort to Develop and Deliver an Excellence in College Teaching Certificate Program for Chiropractic College Faculty. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

24. Smith M. Usual Source of Care for persons with and without Back Pain (MEPS data). ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

25. Kime N. Using evidence based clinical practice principles to utilize and enhance student clinical reasoning skills in a classroom-based case management course: A pilot project. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

26. Stites J, Boesch R. Preparing for teaching moments in evidence-based clinical practice. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

27. McLean I. Application of the MIRC radiology database in a chiropractic educational environment. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

28. Barber M, Boesch R, Nightingale L, Tunning M, Stites J. Enhancing the Use of Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Methods Through Diffusion of Innovation Theory and a Train-the-Trainer Model in Chiropractic Education. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

29. Zhang N, Chawla S. The Effect of Problem-Based Video Instruction on Learning in Physical Examination: An Alternative Paradigm for Chiropractic Students. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

30. Boesch R, Illingworth R. WIKI a Collaborative Faculty Development Tool. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

31. Nightingale L. Integration of Evidenced-Based Clinical Practice into a Basic Science Course. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

32. Rowell R, Tunning M. Evidence-based clinical practice in chiropractic: Description of a class assignment and survey of student knowledge and attitudes. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

33. Stites J, McLean I. Teaching evidence based clinical practice concepts using radiology case types at a chiropractic college. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

34. Owens E, Gudavalli R, Schulz C, Wilder D, Hondras M, Bronfort G. Paraspinal muscle function assessed with the flexion-relaxation ratio at baseline in a population of patients with back-related leg pain. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

35. Tunning M, Rowell R. Evidence-based clinical practice: experience of an early adopter adding an assignment in EBCP to a class. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

36. Kinsinger S, Lawrence DJ. Addressing the Hidden Curriculum in Chiropractic Education (Workshop Participant). ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

37. Goertz C. Practical integrative healthcare models for chiropractic (Workshop Participant). ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

38. He X, Canty A. Empowering student learning through rubric-referenced self-assessment. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

39. Owens E, Gudavalli R, Schulz C, Wilder D, Hondras M, Bronfort G. Paraspinal muscle function assessed with the flexion-relaxation ratio at baseline in a population of patients with back-related leg pain. ACC-RAC 2011, Las Vegas NV, 3/18-19/2011

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