Consensus Methods, Clinical Guidelines, and the RAND Study of Chiropractic

Published in: ACA Journal of Chiropractic, 1992, p. 50-61

Posted on on January 01, 1992

by Ian D. Coulter, Alan H. Adams

Concerns what chiropractors do. This article discusses the need for reliable and valid tools to measure the outcome of chiropractic care, and the role that the RAND appropriateness panel played in trying to develop such tools.

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