Pathways to Practice, 2012
By Maria DiDanieli
May 25, Toronto,
Ont. – The Ontario
Chiropractic Association announces that its annual Pathways to Practice event
will be taking place on Saturday, October 27 at the Hilton Toronto.
year the OCA is pleased to feature special guest Dr. Richard Brown, a
chiropractor and lawyer practicing in the United Kingdom. Since 2009, Dr.
Brown has been the President of the British Chiropractic Association (BCA) and
was instrumental in leading the Association during one of the profession’s most
challenging times in Britain.
Brown recently wrote about his experience at BCA in the November issue of The
article discusses the BCA and their lawsuit with a young scientist named Simon
Singh, the media fallout and ensuing events which led to “one in three UK
chiropractors facing formal disciplinary proceed- ings from its regulator, the
General Chiropractic Council,” as noted in a recent report on the events.
Shawn Thistle, founder and president of the Research Review Service, will also
be presenting at the event.
back by popular demand, a tradeshow will feature more than 30 professional
exhibitors showcasing a variety of products and services designed to help you
in your practice. Whether you are just taking the time to renew acquaintances
or making new connections, the tradeshow is a valuable part of our delegate
can check out Tech Talk, our internet café that offers attendees the chance to
experience the latest software products or to simply connect on the web.
Delegates can test drive PMP and ChiroWrite, and access other OCA resources
from several computer workstations. Or just simply take time to rejuvenate and
relax at the Relaxation Station on our high performance massage chairs.
will also have a chance to win one of many exciting event prizes. Draws winner
are announced at the closing reception in which all delegates are invited. The
reception features a selection of cocktails and hors d’oeuvres and provides
attendees with time to network with peers and explore the tradeshow.
professional development day qualifies for up to six hours of structured
credits for continuing education (CE), as outlined by the College of Chiropractors
of Ontario (CCO).
more information on this event, including registration details, please visit www.chiropractic.on.ca