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Research Methods Courses

 

We have a number of options available for you to learn how to write case studies. Choose one of the options below that fits your circumstance.


ICPA Diplomate Program Research Methods Course

The ICPA has teamed up with Matthew McCoy DC, MPH to offer you a Case Study Research Program (RSCH 101). The purpose of this program is to teach you how to write up a case study and submit it for publication to a peer reviewed research journal.
 
This course is ONLY for those enrolled in the ICPA Diplomate Program. All others see below.  CLICK HERE FOR ICPA COURSE INFORMATION 

Case Study Research Methods Courses

 

From some basic guidance and tutorials that walk you through the process, to comprehensive one on one coaching, support, editing and instruction – we have a program that will help you turn your miracles into a case study research report.   

Evidence Informed Practice & the Management of Vertebral Subluxation in a Vitalistic, Salutogenic Model

Instructor: Matthew McCoy, DC, MPH

1 Credit Hour

Course Objective: The objective of this presentation is to provide an overview of Evidence Informed Practice. The presentation will cover the evidenced based model of clinical decision making and review how this model is being altered by regulatory boards in ways that effect those managing vertebral subluxation and their patients.

Format: Online Learning with audio visual and PowerPoint presentation, as well as additional handout reading material.

Informed Consent & Risk Management in Chiropractic

Instructor: Matthew McCoy, DC, MPH

2 Credit Hours

Course Objective: This course will provide an overview of the various models of informed consent. The presentation will cover the professional standard, reasonable patient standard and the patient centered models. This presentation will focus on applying the patient centered model to a subluxation centered, family wellness practice of chiropractic and cover how best to communicate these clinical goals to patients.

Format: Online Learning with audio visual and PowerPoint presentation, as well as additional handout reading material.

Autism, Children & Chiropractic: Literature, Theories & Risk Management

Instructor: Matthew McCoy, DC, MPH

3 Credit Hours

Course Objective: This presentation provides a review of the various theories and models of vertebral subluxation in relation to autism and neurodevelopmental disorders. The course reviews the past and current literature in chiropractic and autism and discusses the unique risk management issues facing chiropractors as well as the doctrine of informed consent and how its applied in a special needs population.

Format: Online Learning with audio visual and PowerPoint presentation, as well as additional handout reading material.

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