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CMCC Sports Club – Contributing to Sports Science Education


January 28, 2009
By Maria DiDanieli


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Jan. 26, Toronto – In
today’s evidence-informed world, knowledge is an ever-expanding asset. The CMCC Sports Club, an initiative developed to inspire through education via presentations and workshops delivered by seasoned athletes and professionals in the field of sports medicine, was created with this notion in mind.

Education
is a process, one that has no boundaries. Chiropractic education in Canada, and
worldwide, is a constantly evolving science, which never fails to
take us in new directions in the pursuit of furthering the understanding of the human
condition from a healthcare perspective. Despite the load-intensive
nature of our education, modern students and clinicians are constantly asking questions,
and striving to find answers. One certainty does exist: that in today’s chiropractic
evidence-informed world, knowledge is an ever-expanding asset. The CMCC
Sports Club was created with this notion in mind, adopting the following
goals for
the club:

“To
provide a stimulus for learning outside of the classroom and to inspire through
education via presentations and workshops delivered by seasoned athletes and
professionals in the field of sports medicine. In so doing, we will further chiropractic
education, and its initiative to advance health care, and to translate new
knowledge into practice.”

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With this
being said, the CMCC Sports Club representatives are here to announce
the club’s presence and to extend an invitation to all CCSS(C) affiliates to take
part in the club’s vision. We would like
to invite anyone interested in learning to come out to future presentations.

We also welcome
all would be interested in making a difference within the profession by taking
the time to speak to the CMCC students and community.

Let us,
collaboratively, make this club one that helps future professionals reach their
full potential, and allows current professionals to learn from their
colleagues.

Please
feel free to contact Peter Lejkowski (plejkowski@cmcc.ca)  and/or Melissa Cutler (mcutler@cmcc.ca), the club’s representatives,
directly via email if you would like more information about future initiatives
or how to get involved. Help us make a difference in the future of our
profession by fostering sports science education in the CMCC community.