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A 5-year strategy for UK chiropractors: not fit for purpose
The General Chiropractic Council (GCC) is the statutory body regulating all chiropractors in the UK. Their foremost aim, they claim, is to ensure the safety of patients undergoing chiropractic treatment. They also allege to be independent and say they want to protect the health and safety of the public by ensuring high standards of practice in the chiropractic profession. That sounds good and (almost) convincing. But is the GCC truly fit for purpose? In a previous post, I found good reason to doubt it. In a recent article, the GCC claimed that they started thinking about a new five-year strategy and began to shape four key strategic aims. So, let's have a look. Here is the crucial passage: A clear strategy is vital but, of course, implementation and getting things changed are where the real work lie. With that in mind, we have a specific business plan for 2019 – the first year of the new strategic plan. You can read it here. This means you'll see some really important changes