CCRF President's message--investing in our researchers means investing in our profession!
Medical research (Finance)
Medicine, Experimental (Finance)
Nonprofit organizations (Services)
|Publication:||Name: Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association Publisher: Canadian Chiropractic Association Audience: Academic Format: Magazine/Journal Subject: Health Copyright: COPYRIGHT 2011 Canadian Chiropractic Association ISSN: 0008-3194|
|Issue:||Date: Jan, 2011 Source Volume: 55 Source Issue: 1|
|Topic:||Event Code: 200 Management dynamics; 360 Services information; 250 Financial management Computer Subject: Company financing|
|Product:||Product Code: 8041000 Chiropractors; 8000200 Medical Research; 9105220 Health Research Programs; 8000240 Epilepsy & Muscle Disease R&D; 8380000 Nonprofit Institutions; 8300000 Social Services & Nonprofit Institutns NAICS Code: 62131 Offices of Chiropractors; 54171 Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences; 92312 Administration of Public Health Programs; 813 Religious, Grantmaking, Civic, Professional, and Similar Organizations; 624 Social Assistance SIC Code: 8041 Offices and clinics of chiropractors|
|Geographic:||Geographic Scope: Canada Geographic Code: 1CANA Canada|
In 2010, CCRF operated with a Board approved total budget of $877,000 in revenues and supported $765,000 in restricted programming alone. CCRF funding commitments are primarily allocated to supporting the Research Chair and Professorships program across Canada.
In 2010, CCRF had financial commitments to fund the following chiropractic researchers:
1. Dr. Walter Herzog PhD, a Canada Research Chair at the University of Calgary.
2. Dr. Mark Erwin DC, PhD, the CCRF Scientist in Disc Biology at the University of Toronto.
3. Dr. Jill Hayden DC, PhD, the CIHR/CCRF Chiropractic Research Chair at Dalhousie University.
4. Dr. Jean-Sebastien Blouin DC, PhD, the CIHR/CCRF Chiropractic Research Chair at the University of British Columbia and the CCRF/UBC Professorship in Spine Biomechanics and Human Neurophysiology.
5. Dr. Jason Busse DC, PhD, the CIHR/CCRF Chiropractic Research Chair at McMaster University.
6. Dr. Steven Passmore DC, the CCRF Professorship in Spine Biomechanics and Neurophysiology at the University of Manitoba.
7. Dr. John Srbely DC, PhD, the CCRF Professorship in Spine Mechanics and Neurophysiology at the University of Guelph.
8. Dr. Paul Bruno DC, PhD, the CCRF Research Chair in Neuromusculoskeltal Health at the University of Regina.
9. Dr. Carlo Ammendolia DC, PhD, at Mount Sinai Hospital and the University of Toronto.
10. Dr. Greg Kawchuk DC, PhD, a Canada Research Chair at the University of Alberta.
In 2010, the Provincial/National donations to CCRF included the following:
The membership in CCRF now totals over 1600 chiropractors. The CCRF goal is to have all Canadian chiropractors become annual members of CCRF. At $125 per year that represents the best investment anyone can make in our profession.
I want to thank The CCA, and all of those provinces and individuals that provide funding support to the CCRF.
Without their donations and leadership, we cannot realize our vision and goals. In addition I want to thank the CCRF Board members and Officers for their tremendous support and insight.
Membership in the CCRF costs $125.00. This tax deductible contribution helps the CCRF oversee and coordinate this extensive research program. If you agree that we must maintain our efforts, you can very easily join those who have demonstrated their commitment. Contact your CCRF provincial representative or Dr. Allan Gotlib (AGotlib@chiropracticcanada.ca) to make a tax-deductible contribution to CCRF.
Make an investment in your profession!
Dr. Drew Potter DC
Glen Morris, Ontario
British Columbia $100,000 Alberta $90,000 Saskatchewan $63,700 Manitoba $57,500 Ontario $170,000 Nova Scotia $14,250 New Brunswick $7,375 Newfoundland/Labrador $6,750 Prince Edward Island $1,000 CCA $330,500
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