The ECU seminar “Success Without Compromise” was a very popular and well-received event. We have had a great positive feedback, both on the day and subsequently. This was business made sensible in a fun, ethical and European way. It was just what practising chiropractors need and want to hear. Because of the overwhelming positive feedback, we are already playing with the thought of making it a yearly event.
Thursday, 13 June 2013
Tuesday, 28 May 2013
The reporting of safety incidents is a way of sharing experiences with your fellow professionals in a way that can have a positive impact on patient care. The process of reflection and reporting can help you and others avoid similar incidents or, in the case of near-misses and potential incidents, generate insight to minimise risk. The ECU has now decided to implement a risk management system called CPIRLS and offers this system to all the European national chiropractic associations as a membership benefit. –It is our duty to prioritize safety in our practices. The ECU wants to be proactive rather than reactive, and we want to ensure that our chiropractors deliver safe and high-quality care, says the ECU President Øystein Ogre.
Tuesday, 21 May 2013
Let your practice grow. Find out how to develop a mind set for success based on unparalleled service. This really is an unmissable event. Richard Denny is an energetic and motivational business speaker and the opportunity to see him speak at a ridiculously low price of £49 is an offer that will never be repeated as it is heavily subsidised by the ECU as a service to its members. Saturday June 8th at Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel at Heathrow Airport, London. Booking and Hotel information here.
Monday, 20 May 2013
At the ECU Convention in Barcelona, Dr. Charlotte Leboeuf-Yde DC, MPH, PhD was given the ECU Honour Award. The award is the highest award that the ECU has in its power to bestow. Dr. Yde-Leboeuf received a standing ovation at the Gala Dinner. –We meet chiropractors who after they have got involved with research, distance themselves from the profession. Not so with Dr. Leboeuf-Yde; whenever and wherever the chiropractic profession has been under scrutiny, she has always stood up and spoke out on behalf of all of us. She has always said yes when her expertise was needed, no matter where, said the ECU President Øystein Ogre in his awarding speech.
Saturday, 4 May 2013
-Right now it is only a few days left until we meet in Barcelona for the ECU Convention. Before the academic programme starts on Thursday, the ECU has already had several meetings. The ECU General Council meeting which is a meeting between all the European national chiropractic leaders, the Researchers Day, the board meeting of the European Academic Council etc etc. Last year when we met in Amsterdam, I attended 16 different meetings before the end of the convention. Meeting so many people from so many countries and different cultural backgrounds represent a challenge for all the parties involved.