This page contains information about Texas Chiropractic College's Quality Enhancement Plan. A Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) is part of the process of reaccrediting an institution of higher learning. The title of TCC's QEP, Enhancing Interprofessional Collaboration Regarding the Role of Chiropractic in Healthcare, highlights the two topics covered by the plan: chiropractic manipulation and interprofessional education.
The QEP logo was designed by TCC student Bladimir Penado for a competition held during the Fall 2018 trimester. It shows the interconnectedness between chiropractic and other healthcare professions, with the spine as the axis around which chiropractic care revolves.
The full QEP document is available here as a downloadable PDF.
The QEP supports TCC's mission:
To promote excellence in the education of practice-ready doctors of chiropractic who are focused on evidence-informed, patient-centered care; seek new knowledge through scholarship and research; and engage our communities through ongoing service.
These articles are about the safety of chiropractic care and spinal manipulation. You may download one copy each for your personal use, unless the copyright statement on the article gives you additional rights.
These articles are about the effectiveness of chiropractic care and spinal manipulation. You may download one copy for your personal use, unless the copyright statement on the article gives you additional rights.
SLO 1. Explain the anticipated effects of chiropractic care to patients and to other health professionals
SLO 2. Identify the safety/risks of chiropractic manipulation to patients and other health professionals
SLO 3. Collaborate with other health professions about management plans that include chiropractic care