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3 steps to becoming a chiropractic mentor

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Did you have a mentor when you were a chiropractic student or a newly graduated doctor? Did you wish you had? Now you have a chance to become a mentor to future and current chiropractors without leaving your home or office.

Palmer College is seeking mentors to contribute their advice and practice tips through Palmer’s “Alumni Voices” blog and the upcoming practice tips feature in “Palmer Highlights.” We are seeking both regular contributions as well as one-time articles.

Follow these three simple steps to becoming a chiropractic mentor: 

Step 1: Decide the topic on which you’d like to share your insights, from practice management to marketing to community engagement or another area of your expertise.

Step 2: Share your advice on the topic in a brief article or video along with a brief bio about yourself. Written articles should be between 100 – 350 words. Videos should be no more than three minutes long. Photos may also be included.

Step 3: Submit your mentoring advice via email to the editor.
 

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