Michael T. Haneline, DC, MPH Email: michael.haneline@palmer.edu
Phone: (408) 944-6190
Office: Room 307
Office hours by appointment
Evidence-based Chiropractic

Courses

        Evidence-based Chiropractic I
        Evidence-based Chiropractic II

Required text for EBC II (recommended for EBC I):

Haneline. Evidence-based Chiropractic Practice. 2007, Jones & Bartlett Publishers.

Recommended texts:

Portney and Watkins. Foundations of Clinical Research: Applications to Practice. 2nd ed. 2000, Prentice Hall .

Riegelman. Studying a Study and Testing a Test: How to Read the Medical Evidence. 4th ed. 2000, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Helpful Links
        Research Review Service
        The Evidence-based Practice Page
        How to choose the right statistical test
        MerckMedicus.com
        PubMed
        JMPT
        The Research Methods Knowledge Base
        Palmer Chiropractic University System Library
        Evidence Based Medicine Glossary
        The Foundation for Chiropractic Education and Research

Articles of interest by Dr. Haneline

        Evidence-based chiropractic
            Asking Appropriate Clinical Questions
            What is evidence?
            Reliability and validity
            The Case for Evidence-Based Chiropractic
            Appraisal of Journal Articles: Asking the Right Questions
            Understanding Literature Review Designs
            Weighing the Reliability and Validity of Clinical Tests

        Cervical artery dissection
            A narrative review of pathophysiological mechanisms associated with cervical artery dissection
            Association of Internal Carotid Artery Dissection and Chiropractic Manipulation
            Cervical Artery Dissection: Manipulation Versus MVC
            An Analysis of the Etiology of Cervical Artery Dissections
            Critique of the Canadian Stroke Consortium's SPONTADs Study
            Continued Misuse of the Medical Literature Regarding VBAs: A Closer Look at the Rothwell Study
            Internal Carotid Artery Dissection Following Chiropractic Manipulation: Clinical Features and Mechanisms of Injury
            Identification of Internal Carotid Artery Dissection in Chiropractic Practice

        Acute neck pain  
            Chiropractic manipulation and acute neck pain: current evidence
            Acute Neck Pain and Healing
            Acute neck pain study

Other articles of interest

        Current Concepts: Spinal Manipulation and Cervical Arterial Incidents 2005
        The Evolution of Chiropractic—Science and Theory
        Philosophy and Science versus Dogmatism in the Practice of Chiropractic
        Comparative Analysis of Individuals With and Without Chiropractic Coverage
        Evidence Based Rheumatology
        The Placebo Prescription

Practice-based research study

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