Piche was named to a five year position as Research Chair in Pain Neurophysiology at the UQTR and is a co-researcher for the FRCQ
Research Chair held by Dr.
Whether that is through attending research presentations, keeping aware of what the latest advances are, or as simple as becoming a member of the CCRF or FRCQ
. We can no longer afford to allow petty differences to derail our profession.
The Fondation de recherche chiropratique du Quebec (FRCQ) raises funds through a variety of initiatives to support many research activities to advance the chiropractic profession.
An additional goal of the FRCQ is to assist students in the chiropractic program at UQTR who wish to become researchers after graduation and obtain advanced research degrees in an effort to provide ongoing support to the Research Chair at UQTR.
In 2009, the FRCQ provided funding to the following recipients: Dr.
One example being that the CCRF and/or FRCQ
could create Fellowship training programs (with a stipend and small amounts of research seed funding) that would allow part-time researchers to train under University-based researchers while maintaining part-time practice.