The legacy of the radiology residency of the Los Angeles College of chiropractic since 1978
Young, K.J. and Siordia, L. (2000) The legacy of the radiology residency of the Los Angeles College of chiropractic since 1978. Chiropractic History, 20 (1). pp. 33-37.
The radiology residence of the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic (LACC) has produced thirty-four graduates since being completely reworked in 1978 by Joseph W. Howe, D.C., D.A.C.B.R. A residency did exist before he arrived, having left the department chair position at National College of Chiropractic, but it was not very strong. Howe upgraded facilities, created opportunities for residents to study with some of the most eminent radiologists in the world and expanded the program to include up to six residents at any one time. The graduates of this program have had a profound effect on the profession, having taken positions in teaching, college administration, private clinical practice, private radiology, practice, and combinations thereof. Combined, they have published several books and book chapters and hundreds of papers in scholarly journals and trade publications
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|Publisher:||Association for the History of Chiropractic|
|Copyright:||2000 Association for the History of Chiropractic|
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