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TECH 2711 Classes - to identify subluxations of the spine B TECH-2711 and/or other articulations Ethics and Integrity Attitudes o.1.a 235 48

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TECH-2711 Full Spine Technique I Assessment Topic Type CCE # LC Page Competency Type Course # Chiropractic Adjustment or Attitudes h.1.b 96 39 Be aware of the need to accommodate patient privacy and modesty in the course of administering F TECH-2711 Manipulation chiropractic adjustments or manipulations. Knowledge h.2.a 98 39-40 Appreciate the normal and abnormal structural and functional articular relationships. S TECH-2711 h.2.b 99 Be aware of the pathophysiology and methods of evaluating articular biomechanics. S TECH-2711 h.2.c 100 Understand the principles and methods of various chiropractic adjustments and manipulations common to B TECH-2711 the practice of chiropractic. h.2.e 102 Select and appropriately use equipment and instruments necessary to administer chiropractic adjustment or B TECH-2711 manipulation. Skills h.3.a 104 40 Palpate specific anatomical landmarks associated with spinal segments and other articulations. B TECH-2711 h.3.b 105 Select and effectively utilize palpatory and other appropriate methods
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Unformatted text preview: to identify subluxations of the spine B TECH-2711 and/or other articulations. Ethics and Integrity Attitudes o.1.a 235 48 Recognize the ethical standards expected of a doctor of chiropractic in an academic setting; including, but B TECH-2711 not limited to cheating, stealing, plagiarism and accuracy in research. Knowledge o.2.a 242 49 The ethical standards expected of a doctor of chiropractic in an academic setting; including, but not limited B TECH-2711 to cheating, stealing, plagiarism and accuracy in research. Skills o.3.a 247 Successfully complete the academic work and challenges of the DCP in a manner consistent with expected B TECH-2711 standards of ethics and integrity by not cheating, stealing, plagiarism or other violations of professional standards expected of health care professionals. Sunday, January 09, 2011 F = Formative, S = Summative, B = Both Page 200 of 220 First Previous Next Last...
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course TECH 2711 taught by Professor Lindamullinelkins during the Winter '11 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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