Selected Ethics and Protocols in Chiropractic
This unique source blends philosophical and ethical principles with the pragmatics of clinical practice. It is written for both experienced practitioners and novices to encourage a strong foundation in professional and practice ethics.
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Chapter 2Ethical Principles
Chapter 3Select Professional Considerations
Part IAdditional Concerns and Questions
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