CPiRLS – The Chiropractic Patient Incident Reporting and Learning System – is an online reporting and learning forum that enables chiropractors to share and comment on patient safety incidents.

The essential details of submitted reports are published on this website for all chiropractors to view and add comments. A CPiRLS team identifies trends among submitted reports in order to provide feedback for the profession. Sharing information in this way helps to ensure the whole profession learns from the collective experience in the interests of patients.

A series of regional safety seminars, and workshops at association conferences, will be organised to help encourage all chiropractors to adopt incident reporting as part of a blame-free culture of safety, and a routine risk management tool.

CPiRLS is secure and anonymous. There is no known way that anyone reporting can be identified, nor do those running the system seek to identify you. For this security to be effective, you require a password to participate.

Please note that reporting to CPiRLS is NOT a substitute for the reporting of patient safety incidents to your professional association and/or indemnity insurers.

To log into CPiRLS and start to use this system please contact your national association for log on details. CPiRLS website

CPD Seminars
Feb
25
Treating Patients rather than Images
Seminar Goals:Distinguish between serious/significant spine MRI abnormalities and insignificant abnormalities.Clarify the relationship between specific spine MRI abnormalities and patient signs ...
Mar
04
Motion Palpation Institute - Nutrition
This 12 hour seminar will cover:Somatic and visceral pain patternsHomeostatic mechanisms run amokIntro to fatty acids and relationship to inflammationHow ...
Mar
04
Professional Confidence & Assertiveness
Being technically competent is not enough to ensure success as a Chiropractor. You also need to believe in your own ...
Mar
11
The Shoulder: Theory & Practice
This evidence-based theoretical and practical course is based on extensive clinical experience in assessment, diagnosis and rehabilitation of shoulder pathology, ...
Mar
15
14th WFC Biennial Congress (DC2017)
For the first time, the World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC), the Association of Chiropractic Colleges (ACC) and the American Chiropractic ...
Mar
16
Active Release Techniques Spine level 1
ART is a very advanced soft-tissue treatment and educational system for  Physios, Chiropractors, Osteopaths and massage Therapists.ART is widely sought by professional ...
Mar
18
The Joint by Joint Approach: Managing Lower Extremity Injuries in Athletes
Course SynopsisDiscover how to effectively spot common biomechanical issues with athletes and how to manage, and correct, common running technique ...
Mar
25
POSTURE IS THE SHADOW OF EMOTIONS by Dr. ALFIO CARONTI
Emotions are multisensorial experiences that move our posture and condition our movements.  After thirty (33) years of Chiropractic experience with athletes ...
Mar
25
Gonstead - Thoracic Spine Adjusting
This seminar will review the basic concepts of the Gonstead Technique with emphasis on the thoracic spine (including knee chest ...
Mar
25
The Cerebellum.
This area of the nervous system is most crucial for coordinated movement and balance. There are more nerve cells in the cerebellum than in the entire cerebral cortex! In order for us to walk stable the cerebellum constantly needs to integrate information coming from the visual system, the middle ear, and the spine and joints. The neuroanatomical and neurophysiological aspects of this integration will be discussed in a clear and concise way.

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