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CPAP 1505 Intro to Chiro Philosophy Syllabus

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LIFE UNIVERSITY College of Chiropractic Division of Chiropractic Sciences Summer Quarter 2010 (SU/10) CPAP 1505 INTRODUCTION TO THE PHILOSOPHY, SCIENCE AND ART OF CHIROPRACTIC SYLLABUS COURSE This introductory course will expose first quarter chiropractic students DESCRIPTION: to the discipline of chiropractic, its various philosophic, scientific and artistic components, and their relationship to each other and to patient care. It will also introduce students to the metaphysical and epistemological bases for chiropractic’s separate and distinct health care approach, as well as its focus on the neuro-spinal dis-relationship referred to as the vertebral subluxation. STATEMENT OF To provide chiropractic students with a basic understanding of PURPOSE: chiropractic’s vitalistic model of what health is and how the facilitation of health through the correction of vertebral subluxation forms the central defining theme of the chiropractic profession, as a unifying initial context for their developing professional vision and self-image. INSTRUCTOR: David Koch, D.C., L.C.P., D.Ph.C.S., Professor OFFICE LOCATION: Division of Chiropractic Sciences – Center for Chiropractic Education TELEPHONE: Office: 770-426-2709…2…5 Cell: 770-296-9182 DIVISION CHAIR: Richard Franz, B.S., D.C. DEAN of CoC: Leslie King, B.S., D.C., Dean of Instruction STUDENT Monday: 10:00 – 10:50 a.m. OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday: 10:00 – 10:50 a.m. Wednesday: 8:00 – 8:50 a.m. Thursday: 3:00 – 4:50 p.m. COURSE HOURS: 2 Lecture Hours: Wednesday 3:00p.m. – 4:50p.m. CREDITS: 2 Credit Hours PREREQUISITES: None REQUIRED TEXTS: Contemporary Chiropractic Philosophy, An Introduction , Koch, D, Life University Press, 2008, ISBN 978-0-9763520-2-0 RECOMMENDED None EQUIPMENT: RECOMMENDED/ 1. Essential Principles of Chiropractic , Strang, V., 1984 REFERENCED 2. Chiropractic First , Rondberg, T., The Chiropractic Journal, 1996
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MATERIALS: 3. PowerPoint® Presentations posted on Blackboard (BB) 4. Articles poster on BB under “Course Materials” in CPAP 1505 ON-LINE ACCESS: The course instructor can be contacted online at: [email protected] or http://www.life.edu/directory/default.aspx Information for this course is available online at: http:// bb8test.life.edu Students are required to enroll in this course on BB during the first week of class and must update their e-mail address to an accessible email address at that time. Students are responsible for accessing e-mail and BB for updates and other information sent by instructors. This course will utilize BB for: course information, assignments, attendance records, grades, announcements, e-mail notifications and other course resources. Students are responsible for checking BB regularly for any announcements and new postings, for completing all quizzes and surveys posted, for completing all reading and homework assignments posted, and for checking their own attendance records and grades.
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  • Fall '10
  • JohnH.Romfh
  • Vertebral subluxation, life university, Division of Chiropractic Sciences – Center for Chiropractic Education

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