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Letter the Associations sent the General Chiropractic Council four months ago expressing no confidence in the regulator (a redacted version has been made public by CHRE under FOI)

February 28, 2011
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Letter the Associations sent the General Chiropractic Council four months ago expressing no confidence in the regulator (a redacted version has been made public by CHRE under FOI)

 

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Medical doctors have same problem as chiropractors; the people that represent them

February 16, 2011
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Medical doctors have same problem as chiropractors; the people that represent them

BMA leader could be toppled in revolt by doctors against NHS reforms Dr Hamish Meldrum, chairman of the BMA, the doctors’ union, is under fire for co-operating with ministers over health reforms. The future of the leader of Britain’s doctors is in doubt because grassroots medics blame the British Medical Association for doing too...

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Communication between General Chiropractic Council’s Peter Dixon and the associations after they made the case that Coats position as Registrar was untenable

January 28, 2011
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Communication between General Chiropractic Council’s Peter Dixon and the associations after they made the case that Coats position as Registrar was untenable

This correspondence has been released by the GCC under Freedom of Information. The first letter is Peter Dixons response to the meeting the GCC had with the associations in November when they outlined in detail why Margaret Coats was not a competent Registrar and the associations response which I blogged about in December.The main...

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Is this the beginning of the end of Margaret Coats time as Chief executive of the General Chiropractic Council.

October 19, 2010
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Is this the beginning of the end of Margaret Coats time as Chief executive of the General Chiropractic Council.

On the 18th of September at the BCA AGM a motion was passed “that the BCA membership had no confidence in GCC’s processes, interpretation and proportionality in its regulation of the chiropractic profession”. My view was they should have named names and stated they had no confidence in Margaret Coats and Peter Dixon which...

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Is this propaganda from the BCA? Or do the Chiropractic Alliance have some explaining to do?

October 12, 2010
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Is this propaganda from the BCA? Or do the Chiropractic Alliance have some explaining to do?

Check out the actual speech This is the in the latest editorial in the BCA magazine Contact. It is written by BCA council member Rishi Loatey explaining why BCA members should keep the Chiropractic Alliance at arms length. I have e-mailed Rishi asking if this is an accurate quote. Rishi asks; “is  the launch...

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More comments from BCA president Richard Brown,which I would love to question him about.

August 9, 2010
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More comments from BCA president Richard Brown,which I would love to question him about.

These are excerpts from Richard Browns message to members in the latest BCA newsletter “In Touch” Richard Brown has featured quit a lot in the last 12 months Now he is concerned that he and the BCA are being misrepresented by people like me. He thinks the BCA council and Sue Wakefield know what...

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“Don’t believe all you read” says BCA President Richard Brown

August 6, 2010
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“Don’t believe all you read” says BCA President Richard Brown

Who remembers the BCA propaganda newsletter the “Chiropractic News” Let me start with November 4th 2004. The day the BCA sold out their members for cheap insurance, as a result  BCA members are not covered for the legal costs of skeptic complaints, interprofessional disputes, the fury of scorned girlfriends and wives etc etc. Those...

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Latest from the British Chiropractic Association’s president Richard Brown (The guy who thought it was a good idea to sue Simon Singh). No icebergs sail on, full speed ahead.

August 6, 2010
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Latest from the British Chiropractic Association’s president Richard Brown (The guy who thought it was a good idea to sue Simon Singh). No icebergs sail on, full speed ahead.

Oh Dear! The bit I like best is in the last paragraph I believe the BCA President is an avid reader of this blog and advises  “dont believe all you read. In recent months Ive seen comments made about the BCA that are clearly designed to damage its reputation and adversely affect the confidence...

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Will this be payback for the misery Margaret Coats and the General Chiropractic Council caused chiropractors in recent years

July 16, 2010
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Will this be payback for the misery Margaret Coats and the General Chiropractic Council caused chiropractors in recent years

Four years ago I tried to get a few hundred chiropractors to make vexatious complaints against each other, to tie the GCC up in paperwork for years. Chiropractors thought everything would be better after the GCC elections and regulatory reform, complaints happened to the chiropractor down the road. If the IC find there is...

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Born again, British Chiropractic Association joins skeptics “attack” on chiropractic.

May 25, 2010
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Born again, British Chiropractic Association joins skeptics “attack” on chiropractic.

When Richard Brown went begging for money to the international chiropractic organisations he spoke of the attack on chiropractic from the sceptics. When he is with his BCA colleagues he is talking prescribing and getting into the NHS. The “new” born again BCA (this will be their third reinvention in 15 years) is all...

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