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Dr. Pierre Côté DC, PhD, Senior Scientist, University Health Network Rehabilitation Solutions, Toronto Western Hospital, New Investigator, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Assistant Professor, Department of Public Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto Western Hospital Fell Pavilion 4-124, Toronto, Ontario CANADA
Congratulations JCCA! This important milestone is a sign of your maturity and quality. You have become a symbol of excellence for the chiropractic profession in Canada. I remember publishing my first paper in your pages. As a young CMCC resident you gave me access to a forum where chiropractic ideas could be debated. This first paper was a motivation for me to start a research career.
You have served a key role in informing and educating chiropractors worldwide. In the future, I would like to see you develop into a vehicle where research results fill more and more of your pages. As the critical mass of chiropractic scientists grows quickly in Canada, I am confident that my wish will be fulfilled.
I have had the privilege to serve as your associate editor for the past five years; working with Dr. Allan Gotlib has been an honor.
Your future looks bright!
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Dr. Martin Descarreaux DC, PhD, Titulaire de la Chaire de Recherche en, Chiropratique FRCQ - Système Platinum, Département de Chiropratique, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Trois-Rivières, QC
For the last 50 years, the JCCA has been encouraging all types of chiropractic research. From individual clinical based research like case reports to the most ambitious research efforts of the profession such as the “Chiropractic clinical practice guideline,” the past and present editors of the JCCA have been instrumental to the scientific development and evolution of chiropractic. Researchers, graduate and undergraduate students as well as clinicians have all benefited from this sustained effort. With the rapidly growing Canadian chiropractic research community, the JCCA will certainly remain one of the most prestigious chiropractic scientific journals over the next 50 years.
On behalf of the Board of the Canadian Chiropractic Research Foundation, we wish to congratulate the Editorial Board of the JCCA as they celebrate 50 years of publication. The JCCA has grown and matured into a highly respected peer reviewed journal. Most recently the JCCA was included into PubMed, another first for the profession. Congratulations to Dr. Allan Gotlib and all previous editors who had the foresight to understand the importance of publishing the works and findings of our ever growing cadre of highly skilled and world class researchers.
We wish you every future success and thank you for being an integral part of this profession.
Congratulations Dr. Allan Gotlib, the assistant editors and The CCA for the outstanding accomplishment of producing the premier chiropractic research journal, the Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association, for fifty years! The Journal has kept chiropractors and other health care providers up to date and informed about the most recent, state of the art chiropractic research. It has shaped best practice standards for chiropractors and helped policy makers endorse chiropractic as a credible health care choice.
Many thanks to the chiropractic visionaries that gave birth to the Journal and gave our early researchers a “home” to publish their research. Without the Journal, chiropractic research and the chiropractic profession for that matter, would not be the force to be reckoned with, that it is today.
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Dr. Greg Kawchuk BSc, DC, MSc, PhD, Canada Research Chair in Spinal Function, Common Spinal Disorders Laboratory, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Alberta
Many institutions are needed to develop and sustain a profession. While colleges, associations and committees all play an important role, an academic journal is unique in that it provides a public, peer-reviewed record that acts as both an archive and crystal ball for an entire profession. Given its reputation for quality and innovation, we are fortunate that the Canadian chiropractic profession has had the JCCA to fulfill these roles over the last half century. Of course, a journal does not exist without authors, reviewers and editors who are passionate about their work. Congratulations on this historic event to all those involved in producing the JCCA and to the profession itself for maintaining and utilizing this invaluable resource.
Congratulations on the 50th year anniversary of Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association. I discovered the JCCA over 25 years ago while still a student at Palmer College-West, and I was very pleased to find it. Even then I was very concerned about the lack of scientific information about chiropractic. The JCCA was one of the few publications that appeared to agree with my concern by publishing high-quality scientifically-oriented papers. The JCCA continues to set ever higher scholarly standards that are so important to the future of chiropractic science. Today, the JCCA has a well-deserved reputation as one of the very small number of premier scientific journals in the profession, and it is certainly among the very best of journals published by a national chiropractic association. Keep up the excellent work!
50 years already!
When I started my chiropractic studies at CMCC in September 1962, the Journal was five years old. Bravo and congratulations to the best bilingual Chiropractic publication sur terre.
Attending the CCACC convention, RENDEZVOUS 1984, in Ottawa were the President and the Executive Vice-President of the American Chiropractic Association, Drs. Kenneth W. Padgett and Gerald Brassard. I had the privilege of accepting from the ACA President, an ACA Honourable Mention Award for the JCCA, as the “BEST ALL AROUND JOURNAL of 1984.” Dr. Janice I. Wiles was at the time the Editor and Dr. Allan Gotlib (now editor) was Associate Editor. Alors, in closing, sincere felicitations, bravo ... et remerciements to all of you, members of the staff who contributed in the past and continue today the realization of the official clinical Journal of the Association.
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Dr. Edward F. Owens, Jr., MS, DC, Associate Professor of Research, Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research Member, Editorial Board, JCCA
Congratulations on the 50th anniversary of JCCA! Another milestone is the recent indexing of the journal by PubMed. The contribution the JCCA will make is enormous, when you count the back issues that are available to be indexed.
The publishing of chiropractic research journals has taken a downturn in recent years. Half of the 14 journal members of the Chiropractic Research Journal Editor’s Council in 1997 have folded. On the other hand, as CAM becomes better accepted, more outside journals are publishing articles by chiropractic authors. This is a good thing as it widens the audience that might come across our work, but it makes it harder for us to fill our own journals.
Still, searching the online databases is the quickest way to delve into the background of chiropractic science. The wealth of information from JCCA in such a prominent index will make a lasting impression.
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Dr. Claire Johnson, MSEd, DC, DACBSP, Editor-in-Chief JMPT, JCM, JCH, National University of Health Sciences Professor, Southern California University of Health Sciences
The JCCA has helped to build a brighter future for the chiropractic profession. As each issue of the JCCA is published, one more brick is integrated into the path, making a stronger scientific foundation on which others may travel. Fifty years ago, the first few issues may have seemed as if they were small contributions at the time. However, after five decades, we can look back and see the substantial path that has been laid. Through the efforts of all who are dedicated to the journal, such as, the editors, authors, peer reviewers, publication staff, readers, and the Canadian Chiropractic Association, the JCCA has constructed a great roadway that allows all in the chiropractic profession to more easily walk the scientific path.
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Dr. Jean A. Moss, DC, MBA, President, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, CCA Medal of Merit 2000
It is with great pleasure that I congratulate the JCCA on its 50 year milestone and all that it has achieved to date. By nourishing the growth and advancement of chiropractic, this scholarly journal has helped spark professional debate and changed our understanding of the merits of chiropractic care. In providing a Canadian forum for research JCCA has impacted our collective knowledge and helped establish Canada as a leader in chiropractic research. Congratulations to it’s editor and founders.
I look forward to the continued publication of research that reflects the development of new knowledge that will enhance patient care, improve quality of life, and promote the health and wellbeing of society.
Thanks for doing such a great job.
Congratulations on 50 years of the JCCA. This fine publication highlights the research activities of the profession very well. The JCCA continues to encourage us all to do more research and get it published preferably in the Journal.We cannot move forward as a profession without a quality publication such as this. We need more research and more people such as yourself to help guide this process. This profession has come a long way in over one hundred years but our continued advancement and even our survival requires us to lead in conservative spinal care as experts. Research and our journals are needed to make sure that this happens. Publish or perish is so true for us now. Keep up the good work and maintain the high standards.
For 50 years now, JCCA has provided a quarterly forum for the chiropractic profession in Canada, disseminating information about clinical observations and advances to practitioners across Canada. In this way, the journal has been instrumental in informing and improving patient care in this country. Dr. Allan Gotlib has been at the helm of the JCCA for 23 of its 50 years and under his stewardship the publication, and the profession, have gained enormous ground. A past president of the College of Chiropractors of Ontario and the current Executive Director of the Canadian Chiropractic Research Foundation, Dr. Gotlib has long been a champion of chiropractic research and, since his tenure at the JCCA began, the journal has reflected his drive to improve the practice of chiropractic through scientific study. Dr. Gotlib and the JCCA have enhanced the credibility of the profession, and set the standard for the future of chiropractic.
Congratulations! To have the opportunity to offer congratulations to the JCCA on its 50th anniversary, and among such a roll call of Canadian chiropractic exemplars, humbles me!
It’s been stated that luck is when opportunity meets preparation. The preparation of past and current JCCA contributors has led to wondrous opportunity as evidenced by JCCA’s acceptance to Pub Med and the research opportunities Dr. Gotlib has most recently actualized. Our professions future opportunities could be virtually unlimited on all fronts if they are preceded by similar thoughtful and inter-professionally cooperative preparation. I look forward to seeing, and being a part of just how lucky this profession can get!
It is an honour to extend my congratulations and best wishes to the JCCA and all those involved in the publication of this scholarly journal on this wonderful accomplishment. For 50 years the JCCA has promoted and communicated consistently high quality research to the profession across Canada and more recently, around the world. It is one thing to undertake chiropractic research, but without its dissemination and a vehicle for discussion and debate, very few would ever find out about it. The high standard maintained by the JCCA has been instrumental in helping the profession gain the credibility and respect required in today’s competitive healthcare market.
The future looks bright for Canadian chiropractic researchers to be leaders in helping improve neuromusculoskeletal health in the global community. The commitment to a research culture in Canada by the CCA and facilitated by foundations such as the CCRF in accessing funding, infrastructure and manpower will ensure that the JCCA will have plenty to report on for many years to come. Happy 50th, JCCA!
Congratulations to the JCCA on 50-years of service to the chiropractic community. I would like to offer a special thanks to the editors for their strong leadership. Since its inception, the JCCA has been a sound representative of the profession. It has stood for excellence in article selection, review, and final presentation. The JCCA has guided the profession in Canada and professionally reflected the Canadian chiropractic perspective. Finally, it has always been a good example of correct grammar and document format to which all of us could refer!
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Dana J. Lawrence DC, MMedEd, Editor Emeritus, Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, Associate Professor, Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research, Davenport, IA
Congratulations to the Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association for 50 years of excellence in scientific publication. The state of chiropractic science around the world, and not just in Canada, has immeasurably been enhanced by the papers published through the JCCA; and it is a testament to the strength of its authors that it has recently been added to PubMed; this can only further enhance the importance of the work that it has published and will continue to publish. My best wishes as well to Dr. Allan Gotlib, long-time editor for the JCCA, whose tireless work has helped the chiropractic profession world-wide and has led to this latest, important development for the journal. Dr. Gotlib has mentored a generation of Canadian researchers in scientific writing, and his work will ripple through the profession for years to come. Good on ya, mates!
The JCCA has been reflective of the development of the chiropractic profession across Canada during its first half century of publication. In the 1950’s and 60’s it served as a vehicle to inform and unite the members and contributed to the developing national chiropractic identity.
In the 1970’s a confluence of events occurred which have shaped the growth of chiropractic science. The accreditation of chiropractic colleges (1974), the NINCDS Conference (1975), the establishment of the FCER by the ACA to support chiropractic research, the establishment of specialty fellowship programs and the CMCC residency programs, the establishment of the CFSR in Canada to provide financial support for research, these and other events at this time created impetus for chiropractors to explore the science of chiropractic as part of the scientific research community.
In 1980 the CCA adopted new guidelines for its publications which had been recommended by the Publications Committee. The JCCA was positioned to focus on scientific publication and to provide the chiropractic research community with a new avenue for publication.
Thank you to all past editors of the JCCA. Dr. Don Sutherland, Drs. M. and J.Wiles established a tradition of quality publication. The dedication of the JCCA to scholarship and science for the past two and a half decades is a direct reflection of the work of its current editor, Dr. Allan Gotlib. Congratulations to you and your staff on a job well done.
The integrity of a profession can be first examined by the depth and breadth of its foundation which is based largely upon its scholarship, education, research and lifelong study. The chiropractic profession in Canada is privileged to have two educational institutions of high esteem and a publication such as the JCCA to establish its integrity and professionalism. When the world looks to a profession for its standards it must by necessity examine the educational program and publications which are created within the profession. I have had the privilege of having been a member of the publications committee of the JCCA during part of the 80's and 90's and to have the honour of having been published within the journal. It is a publication that can hold its own in the annals of scholarly journals.
My congratulations to each and every member of the chiropractic profession who has had some large or small part in maintaining the values which have been such a large part of the JCCA. A very special congratulations to Dr. Allan Gotlib, the editor of the Journal and the person who introduced me to the chiropractic profession and all of its trials and tribulations.
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Dr. Joseph C. Keating, Jr., PhD, FICC(h), Professor & NCMIC Historian of the Profession, Cleveland Chiropractic College, Kansas City MO
My congratulations to the Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association (JCCA) on the occasion of its fiftieth anniversary! From its humble origins one might not have anticipated what an important periodical the Canadian Chiropractic Journal, today’s JCCA, would become.
Although it has been my honor and good fortune to serve on the editorial board during your editorship, my thoughts at this time turn to the founders of this periodical and most especially to Dr. Donald Sutherland, who has served the JCCA, his alma mater, his profession and his country so long, so nobly and so well. For nearly 20 years it was Don Sutherland’s steady hand that moved the magazine beyond its folksy national newsletter origins and set the stage for the Journal’s present status as a blind-peer-reviewed and internationally, interdisciplinary indexed, scholarly periodical. And when he stepped down from his duties as editor, it was to take on no less daunting responsibilities as president of the CMCC and co-founder of the CCE-Canada.
The JCCA has become a fundamental component of the profession’s infrastructure: a showcase for research and a forum for critical thought and debate. You make us all proud; keep up the good work!
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New Delhi: The joke's on you if you believe that Saif Ali Khan Pataudi actually thanked a 11-year-old Kareena Kapoor with a demure 'Thank you beta' for wishing him and Amrita Singh on his wedding day in 1991. Saif was 21 at that time.
This joke went viral on social media 24 hours after Saif married Kareena in a private ceremony at the Taj Palace Hotel in Mumbai on October 16.
No one's certain who started the joke but columnist Suhel Seth tweeted saying: "Kareena Kapoor at Saif's first wedding, wished him: he said "Thank you beta": lesson: no beta to any girl who wishes you on your wedding."
He was kidding of course, given that no one but Saif and Kareena would be privy to a private conversation way back in 1991 on a day of chaos. No one would actually know if there's any truth to this story.
But when has truth come in the way of sharing a funny or particularly spicy story? It did not stop people from joking about it on Facebook and Twitter.
This joke kept turning up on Twitter: "The best revenge Shahid Kapoor can take is by marrying Saif's daughter who is 19 now." Another one: "Second Hand Jawani Weds Halkat Jawani". Cruel? Of course it is. But ribbing usually is.
Saif, 42, son of late Nawab of Pataudi and former Indian cricket captain Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi and actress Sharmila Tagore, sealed his relationship with Kareena, 32, at his residence in suburban Bandra through a registered marriage.
The couple who started dating in 2007, married in the presence of close friends and family this afternoon. The couple had officially declared their intention to tie the knot in the beginning of 2012 after the release of their film 'Agent Vinod' in March.
Kareena wore a green salwar-kurta with a heavy embellished red dupatta wrapped around her. She teamed it up with minimal jewellery, red bangles and left her hair open.
Saif, simply dressed in a grey kurta and white pajamas, came out with his new wife to greet fans from his balcony. There is a buzz that a reception will be held tomorrow at a city hotel. This will be followed by another reception in Delhi on October 18 and a ceremony at Saif's ancestral Pataudi Palace in Haryana.
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