Dallas-based Parker University has launched the Journal of Contemporary Chiropractic, which it says will help account for a need for more access to scientific publications throughout the chiropractic and integrative health professions.
A news release from the school defines the new publication’s mission:
The Journal’s mission is to provide high-quality, scientific and educational research and information that helps enhance the practice and delivery of integrative healthcare. Emphasis will be placed on gaining the best information covering the scientific basis, clinical practice, educational practice, and sociological and political aspects of chiropractic.
The “open-access” journal has started taking submissions.