http://www.bcchiro.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/bcca_logo-300x139.png 0 0 BC Chiropractic Association (BCCA) http://www.bcchiro.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/bcca_logo-300x139.png BC Chiropractic Association (BCCA)2011-09-30 11:32:232015-01-06 12:15:45Words from Parker Seminars: Vancouver
Over 650 delegates from around the world came together for Parker Seminars in Vancouver, proving to be the most successful Canadian tour to date. BCCA President, Dr. Jay Robinson took to the stage on Thursday, September 22 to welcome attendees on behalf of all BC Chiropractors.Opening remarks by: Dr. Jay Robinson, president, British Columbia Chiropractic AssociationOn behalf of the BC Chiropractic Associations’ over 900 members it is my pleasure to welcome and congratulate Parker Seminars and Parker College president Dr. Fabrizio Mancini as well as Dr. Gilles Lamarche for providing quality seminars and continuing education to chiropractic doctors from around the world. The profession in British Columbia is truly honored to help celebrate 60 years of service and is proud to help host Parker Seminars and delegates from around the world.The BC Chiropractic Association has continued to represent the province’s Chiropractors to the public and insurer’s, as well as levels of government since 1934. On behalf of our members, the Association has implemented programs and developed meaningful relationships with key stakeholders to increase public awareness that include:
- The “Think Twice, Lift Once” campaign in partnership with Workers compensation (WorkSafeBC) and Acklands-Grainger, Canada’s largest distributor of industrial and safety products. This prevention program, which encourages workers to stop and think about their spine, has seen growing recognition year after year;
- The “Pack it Light, Wear it Right” backpack safety program an awareness of prevention focused on youth with the provincial government has also seen a positive reception. In addition to ongoing public service announcements, free backpack safety materials are available to educators and parents to teach their children about the importance of spine care at all stages of life. Our Fall 2011 outreach included over 2,000 schools and more than 1,000 BC Chiropractors;
- The BCCA has been involved in a process leading to chiropractic education BC since 1990. This also included a period of consultation with Parker Chiropractic College we are pleased to note. We are optimistic that the BCCA will be able to report on substantive progress on this initiative in the first quarter of 2012.