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Collaborate

Share goals. Share resources. Share success.

In addition to investing in chiropractic research through our National Grant Program, CCRF develops collaborative relationships led by our Partnership Committee.

 

Sharing goals and resources with aligned organizations outside the chiropractic profession enables us to multiply opportunities and accelerate impact with our partners in the healthcare, corporate, institutional and government sectors. Through these collaborations, information and ideas are shared to impact public policy, patient-care and practice management.

CCRF’s Partnership team is engaged, results-driven and open to innovative approaches. From multi-site international collaborations to small scale pilots, every opportunity is evaluated and managed by our Partnership Committee to ensure efficiency and good value creation for both CCRF and our partners.

CCRF Capabilities

CCRF Capabilities

  • Skilled project conception and modelling
  • Dedicated project management
  • Familiar with all MSK-related research in Canada
  • Connected with a national network of researchers, facilities, over 7500 chiropractors & healthcare clinics
  • Emerging relationships with international research organizations
  • Dedicated to design thinking & creative problem-solving
  • Committed to stakeholder engagement & responsible governance
Areas of Interest

Areas of Interest​

  • Financial
    • Fund matching
    • In-kind support (e.g., equipment)
    • Special grants
  • Personnel
    • Volunteers/volunteer management 
    • Community activation
  • Marketing 
    • Channel communications
    • Social media
    • Brand development
    • Coordinated funding proposals
  • Knowledge Transfer
    • High-impact research awareness
    • Institutional collaborations
    • Keynotes & seminars
Topics of Interest

Topics of Interest

  • Return to Work
  • Underserved Communities
  • Integrated Healthcare
  • Multidisciplinary investigations
  • Corporate social responsibility
  • Longitudinal studies
  • Pain alleviation
  • Big data applications
  • Social justice initiatives
  • Clinic management enhancement
  • Telehealth
  • Integrated national & international research
  • Value-for-money reviews

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CCRF Capabilities

CCRF Capabilities

Areas of Interest

Areas of Interest

Topics of Interest

Topics of Interest

Recent Collaborative Projects

Project: Spinal Stenosis Boot Camp at an inner-city community clinic

Project Leads:
Sherbourne Health, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC), CCRF

Primary Investigator:
Dr. Carlo Ammendolia


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