The European Chiropractic Union held its annual convention in conjunction with the Hungarian Chiropractic Association at the Budapest Congress Centre from 25 to 27 May 2018.
Dr. Nadine Harrison, previous supervisor of the World Spine Care clinic in Shoshong, Botswana, was invited to give a presentation on the final day of the conference. Her talk, Adaptability in Pursuit of Optimal Patient Care: Lessons Learned in Under-served Communities, describes Dr. Harrison’s experience treating patients with spine pain in an under-served area. Due to the numerous challenges of patient care in a new environment with patients of varying culture who spoke a different language, she found herself needing to adapt in myriad ways. She also outlines the foundation of the World Spine Care model, which rests on the triad of an integrated, evidence-based, sustainable approach to spinal disabilities.
View the entire talk below, or on YouTube.