These research studies are a collaborative effort between faculty at Palmer College of Chiropractic, Parker University, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, AECC University College, and other academic and clinical settings. The primary goal of this research is to evaluate the safety of manipulative and manual therapies, particularly for patients receiving care in chiropractic teaching clinics and community-based settings.
Funabashi M, Holmes M, Pohlman K, Salsbury S, Mior S. (2021 September). Doing our best for patient safety: a qualitative analysis of provider perspectives from community-based settings offering spinal manipulative therapy [platform]. World Federation of Chiropractic Biennial Congress (virtual conference).
Funabashi M, Pohlman KA, Gorrell LM, Salsbury SA, Bergna A, Heneghan NR. (2021 September). Expert consensus on a standardized definition and severity classification for adverse events associated with spinal and peripheral joint manipulation and mobilization: protocol for an international e-Delphi study [poster]. 2021 ChiroSuisse Conference.
Pohlman K, Salsbury S, Funabashi M, Holmes M, Mior S. (2019 March). Patient safety attitudes in chiropractic teaching clinics: a mixed-methods analysis of students, faculty, and staff [platform]. World Federation of Chiropractic Biennial Congress – European Chiropractors’ Union Convention, Berlin, Germany.
O’Beirne M, Vohra S, Pohlman KA, Holmes MM, Salsbury SA, Funabashi M. (2018 May). Patient safety and quality of care in chiropractic academic clinics: a qualitative evaluation of respondent feedback to an international survey [poster]. International Congress on Integrative Medicine and Health, Baltimore, MD. Global Advances in Health & Medicine, 2018, 7, 171. http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/2164956118773837
Pohlman K, Salsbury S, O’Bierne M, Gelinas LS, Mior S. (2018, March). Advancing Patient Safety Research Through Collaborations [invited panel, plenary session]. Association of Chiropractic Colleges Research Agenda Conference, Dallas, TX.
Salsbury S, Boesch R, Carter S, Snow G, Corber L, Funabashi M, Pohlman K. (2018, March). Patient safety culture attitudes of faculty clinicians in chiropractic academic health clinics: a cross-sectional survey [platform]. Association of Chiropractic Colleges Research Agenda Conference, Dallas, TX. Journal of Chiropractic Education, 32(1), 64. http://www.journalchiroed.com/doi/pdf/10.7899/JCE-17-28
Funabashi M, Pohlman KA, Gorrell LM, Salsbury SA, Bergna A, Heneghan NR. Expert consensus on a standardized definition and severity classification for adverse events associated with spinal and peripheral joint manipulation and mobilization: protocol for an international. e-Delphi study. BMJ Open. 2021 Jan;11(11). PMCID: PMC8587360.
Funabashi M, Holmes MM, Pohlman KA, Salsbury S, O’Beirne M, Vohra S, Mior S. (2021). “Doing our best for patient safety”: an international and interprofessional qualitative study with spinal manipulative therapy providers in community-based settings. Musculoskeletal Science and Practice, 56: 102470.
Pohlman KA, Salsbury SA, Funabashi M, Holmes MM, Mior S. (2020). Patient safety in chiropractic teaching programs: a mixed methods study. Chiropractic & Manual Therapy, 28: 50. PMID: 32943068