The Clinical Compass (CCGPP) mission is to gather and evaluate existing evidence‐based practice information; to facilitate the development of new information where existing evidence is lacking; and to distribute and assist in implementation of evidence‐based practice information that is relevant to the chiropractic profession.
CCGPP has taken steps to assemble a group of individuals who have the interest, experience, education, and proven follow-through to produce, support and disseminate an effective document of this magnitude. We have solicited assistance from all chiropractic colleges, national organizations and from appropriate individuals from outside the profession. We are building a resource for chiropractic doctors and for others who interact with the chiropractic profession: patients, those considering chiropractic care, other health care providers, insurers, governmental bodies and others. This resource, named the Chiropractic Clinical Compass©, promises to be the most thorough and informative process in its category for chiropractic doctors and other stakeholders to date.
The Clinical Compass has training programs to help doctors of chiropractic and state associations to understand the current evidence base of chiropractic to improve the quality of care and ensure care delivery. Contact us for more information or to schedule a presentation.
The Clinical Compass has been working diligently to serve and protect doctors of chiropractic and their patients. Information is power so learn more about the necessary work of the Clinical Compass.
Neck Pain Best Practices Delphi Panel Information
Joseph G. Morelli, Jr, DC, FICC, Hawaii State Chiropractic Association
We are a small organization, in a small state, yet we face many of the same challenges as our mainland counterparts. Because some of the continued work and foresight of CCGPP, our local practice issues and legislative concerns are now much better addressed. Additionally, our DCs and their patients are much better served clinically because of the continued diligence and the work product of the CCGPP. – Joseph G. Morelli, Jr, DC, FICC, Hawaii State Chiropractic Association.
Jeffrey R. Cates, DC, MS, DABCO, DABCC
The American College of Chiropractic Consultants is impressed with, and grateful for, the work CCGPP is doing. – Jeffrey R. Cates, DC, MS, DABCO, DABCC.
Mha Atma S. Khalsa, DC
I proudly support CCGPP and believe my investment in the research-based initiative developed by CCGPP will help maintain our profession’s position as leaders in the healthcare field. – Mha Atma S. Khalsa, DC.
On behalf of the American Chiropractic Association’s Board of Governors, legal team, staff and members, I wish to thank you for CCGPP’s longstanding support of ACA. CCGPP’s efforts to provide evidence-based information is invaluable to our continuing efforts to expose and correct the abusive policies of some managed care organizations.