- Promotion of Graduate Education
- GEP 2015 Conference III Report
- 2015 Survey results
- EAC Criteria for GEP updated March 2015 (1)
- Outline of a basic GEP (2)
- Decision for a Model GEP in Europe
- General Needs Assessment
- Small Group Discussion Among All GEP Representatives
- E-Survey among All Presidents of ECU Member Nations
- E-Survey among All EAC GEP-Representatives
- E-Survey among Chiropractic Senior Students in England and Denmark concerning Judged Importance of seven competency fields
- E-Survey among Licensed Chiropractors of Five ECU Member Nations concerning Judged Importance and Remembered Confidence Two Years after Graduation
- Workshop: “Best and Safe Care“ at the ECU Convention, May 22, 2009, Alghero, Italy
- EAC GEP meeting at the ECU Convention May 22, 2009, Alghero, Italy
- ECU General Council meeting in Amsterdam, November 2009
- Survey concerning the GREEN PAPER completed by all 19 ECU member nations by March 11, 2010
- GEP Training 2010 (CIRLS in London) & 2011 (MiniCEX in Zurich)
- EAC GEP Consensus Statements (March 18 2012)
To download a summary of the findings, see the EAC Library
Beside specific learning outcomes, this workshop tried to introduce the concept of the seven roles of a chiropractor in daily practice i.e., working as an expert, communicator, collaborator, health advocate, manager, scholar and professional. It tried to go beyond the more usual identification of fault and blame, utilizing clinical experience and expertise in a structured process to the fullest extent.
EAC GEP meeting at the ECU Convention May 22, 2009, Alghero, Italy
This GEP meeting’s aim was to present (1) graduate chiropractic education in Europe, (2) EAC Model Curriculum for Graduate Education, and (3) to build commitment for graduate education.
To download a summary of this EAC GEP meeting, see the EAC Library
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ECU General Council meeting in Amsterdam, November 2009
At the ECU General Council meeting in Amsterdam, November 2009, the importance of the GREEN PAPER (second draft) in relation to EAC’s Model GEP Curriculum was widely discussed. It was emphasised that this Model would serve as an important pillar in the anticipated CEN process for chiropractic. Therefore, the Executive Council of the ECU asked each of the 19 ECU member nations to undertake national consultation of the second draft of the GREEN PAPER. The ECU EC then asked the EAC Department of Academic Affairs to develop a short questionnaire for the purposes of the national consultation process.
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Survey concerning the GREEN PAPER completed by all 19 ECU member nations by March 11, 2010.
This e-questionnaire was sent to all ECU member nations and finally completed by all 19 ECU member nations by March 11, 2010. The analysis of these questionnaires will serve as the basis for discussion at a workshop to be held by the EAC Department of Academic Affairs for all ECU member presidents and/or GEP representatives on May 14th during the ECU Convention in London 2010.
To download the document ‘Survey GEP Model Curriculum ECU GC 2010’ see the EAC Library
Both survey and workshop results will contribute to the content of the third draft document of the GREEN PAPER. This third draft document will be transcribed into a WHITE PAPER following ECU EC and GC agreement of the broad guidelines for GEP in Europe.
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