Best of books for 2005 - with critical self-reflection

Ebrall, P 2005, 'Best of books for 2005 - with critical self-reflection', Chiropractic Journal of Australia, vol. 35, no. 4, pp. 147-160.

Document type: Journal Article
Collection: Journal Articles

Title Best of books for 2005 - with critical self-reflection
Author(s) Ebrall, P
Year 2005
Journal name Chiropractic Journal of Australia
Volume number 35
Issue number 4
Start page 147
End page 160
Total pages 13
Publisher Chiropractors' Association of Australia
Abstract Reviews are presented of a number of books published during 2005. A variety of publications for the year were selectively sampled by the author as to whether or not they held relevance to the clinical practice of chiropractic and its contemporary context. Twenty-eight texts and a DVD-set were chosen for inclusion in this review addressing a range of clinical and professional issues. The reviews are gathered under the headings Patient Centred, History, Clinical Practice, Clinical Technique, Basic/Clinical Science, Professional Development/Marketing, Critical Thinking, and Reference. There are two new works on chiropractic technique and several new editions of works by authors who are widely respected by chiropractors including Meridel Gatterman (Foundations ¿ Subluxation 2e) and Greg Cramer (Basic Clinical Anatomy of the Spine 2e). This paper is the tenth consecutive Best of Books paper and commences with a critical self-reflection on the review process as presented in this style of paper. As in previous years the inescapable conclusion is that chiropractors continue to be sustained by high quality texts that provide strong support for many aspects of professional practice.
Subject Chiropractic
Keyword(s) Chiropractic
health education
ISSN 1036-0913
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