New Facility For National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE)
In December, the NBCE moved to its newly-built facility in Greeley, Colorado. The building also provides offices for the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards (FCLB), which operated previously without an independent national office. An open house to dedicate and introduce the new facility will be held in the late Spring.
Association for International Cultural Exchange Programs (AICEP) to Hold Course in USSR
June 7-10, AICEP will offer a graduate course for chiropractors in the Soviet Union, conducted by Soviet physicians, researchers and sports scientists. Participants will have the chance to attend the European Sports Medicine Congress in Budapest, Hungary. For more information contact the Association for International Cultural Exchange Programs (AICEP), Medical Division, 10 Canvin, Suite 33, Kirkland, Quebec, Canada, H9H 4S4, Attention George Binks, (514) 697-3735.
DC Volunteers Needed for National and International Sports Events
The United States Corporate Athletic Association (USCAA) National Meet, in Santa Barbara, California July 20-21, and the World Corporate Games in Lille, France June 8-16 both need DC volunteers to provide athletic care. For more information, or to volunteer, contact: John McDaniel, D.C., C.C.S.P., Spinal and Sports Care Center, 2290 El Camino, Ste. 8, Mountain View, California 94040-1613, (415) 967-1152.
Chiropractor Works With Powerlifting Team
Dr. Richard I. Guidry served as chiropractor for the United States Drug Free Powerlifting Team at the world competition in France. U.S. and World Champion Keith Bourque is a chiropractic patient and proponent of chiropractic treatment. [photo caption: U.S. and World Drug Free Powerlifting Champion Keith Burke (left) with Dr. Guidry]
Third International Conference of FCER in
The Foundation for Chiropractic Education and Research (FCER) will hold its 1991 International Conference on Spinal Manipulation (ICSM) on April 12-13 in Arlington, Virginia, just outside of Washington, D.C. J. Jarrett Clinton, M.D., M.P.H., acting administrator for the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, and Ruth S. Hanft, Ph.D., research professor at George Washington University, will be the speakers.
New York Chiropractic College (NYCC)NYCC Students Honored in Who's Who Publication
Twenty-nine NYCC students will be included in the 1991 edition of Who's Who Among College Students. Students are chosen from over 1,400 institutions of higher learning in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and several foreign nations.
Life College of Chiropractic (LCC)NBA Team Trains at LCC
Professional basketball's Atlanta Hawks held their daily practice sessions, which were open to the public, in LCC's recently-completed athletic complex. The Hawks practiced at LCC's sports center for two weeks in preparation for their first exhibition game against Minnesota. LCC's $4 million sports health complex and gymnasium, as well as the $2 million Nell K. Williams Learning Resource Center and the Basic Science Center were dedicated October 25, 1990.
National College of Chiropractic (NCC)John Triano Joins HealthChicago
John J. Triano, D.C., M.A., Chief of Clinics Staff, was appointed HealthChicago consultant for doctors of chiropractic medicine. He is a member of the Peer Review Committee, and has been invited to apply for a position as a practicing chiropractic physician for HealthChicago.
William Hogan Receives Chiropractic Award William Hogan, D.C., Professor and Chairman of the Department of Chiropractic Practice, received the Clyde Martyn Award. The award recognizes individuals for outstanding contributions to chiropractic education and research.