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The Council on Chiropractic Education, Commission on Accreditation Action for Consideration:  Petition for Renewal of Recognition

Journal of Philosophy, Principles & Practice of Chiropractic ~ Volume 2012 ~ Issue 2~ Pages 17-50

Transcripts of Proceedings*



NACIQI Primary Readers:

  • Arthur Rothkopf
  •  Frank Wu

Department Staff:

  • Rachael Shultz

Representatives of the Agency:

  • David J. Wickes, Council Chair, CCE
  •  Craig S. Little, Council Development Committee Chair and Vice Chair, CCE
  • G. Lansing Blackshaw, Chair, Standards Review Task Force Academy Member, CCE
  • S. Ray Bennett, Director of Accreditation Services, CCE

Third Party Oral Commenters:

  • Robert Braile, Georgia Council of Chiropractic
  • Clint Erickson, Council on Chiropractic Philosophy
  • Christopher Kent, Federation for Vertebral Subluxation
  • Mattie Leto, West Village Chiropractic
  • Kathleen Linaker, D’Youville College
  • Michael McLean, no affiliation given
  • Joe Merlo, Good Vibrations Family Chiropractic
  • Sarah Mongold, Student
  • Judith Nutz Campanale, International Federation of Chiropractors & Organizations
  • David O’Bryon, Association of Chiropractic Colleges
  • William O’Connell, American Chiropractic Association
  • Lawrence O’Connor, Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Board
  • Corey Rodnick, no affiliation given
  • Henry Rubinstein, Doctors for Excellence in Chiropractic Education
  • Gary Shultz, University of Western States
  • Steve Tullius, Movement for Chiropractic Quality and Integrity
  • John Ventura, no affiliation given
  • Gary Walsemann, International Chiropractors’ Association
  • Stephen Welsh, Care-More Chiropractic Center
  • Ronald Hendrickson
  • Donald Hirsh
  • John Bomhoff

*These transcripts are reproduced from the original provided by the NACIQI.  No changes in content have been made.

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