Growth, Innovation and Reform in Chiropractic Education: Online Conference

Free online conference from the Society for Promoting Chiropractic Education
Wednesday 10th November 2021
2pm-5pm (GMT)

Opening address by
George Freeman, MP, Under Secretary of State, Minister for Science Research and Innovation

This important conference will highlight the latest innovations in chiropractic education and show how regulatory reform can improve the growth of the profession as well as improving the quality of training. You will also hear from some of our most innovative educators on what they are doing to prepare their students for success as well as a new graduate on the challenges she faced entering practice


Innovation in Chiropractic Education
Regulation to drive improvement
New graduate experiences


Three lectures followed by Q and A, this will interest healthcare educators and academics in the UK, Europe and USA as well interested chiropractors. The event will be live-streamed and recorded for further viewing.

If you are interested in training the chiropractors of tomorrow, want your institution to grow and thrive in this new era of healthcare, then this is an event you won’t want to miss! Register today!

To register for this free online conference email CLICK HERE


First Speaker Announced

Dr William E. Morgan DC

William E. Morgan is the president of Parker University. Parker is the second largest chiropractic campus in the world. Prior to coming to Parker, he practiced in Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the President’s Hospital. He has been credentialed at five hospitals and has served as a consultant to various government executive clinics in Washington, D.C., caring for government leaders. He has served as a consultant to the White House, the United States Congress, the Veterans Administration, the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Army.
Dr. Morgan has held faculty adjunct appointments in several chiropractic colleges and one medical school. He has attained the rank of full [adjunct] professor and has completed a comprehensive hospital-based residency. Over the course of two decades, he supervised dozens of physicians, chiropractors, students, physical therapists, dentists, and other specialties in a hospital-based setting.
Dr. Morgan has a passion for patient-centered learning and clinical residencies.



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