WFC

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AcronymDefinition
WFCWorking for Children
WFCWi-Fi Connection (Nintendo gaming service)
WFCWebster Financial Corporation (Waterbury, CT)
WFCWorld Financial Center (New York)
WFCWorld Finance Corporation (est. 1971; Florida)
WFCWorkflow Clients
WFCWi-Fi Certified
WFCWindows Foundation Classes
WFCWi-Fi Card
WFCWorkflow Configuration
WFCWi-Fi Connection
WFCWorkflow Context
WFCWait for Caller
WFCWeighted Fractional Count (research assessment)
WFCWorld Fish Center (Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research Consortium)
WFCWorld Federation of Chiropractic
WFCWater Fuel Cell
WFCWide-Field Camera
WFCWorkforce Center
WFCWorld Food Council
WFCWorld Future Council (Germany)
WFCWild Fish Conservancy (Duvall, WA)
WFCWells Fargo and Company (stock symbol)
WFCWorld Fashion Channel
WFCWellness Fitness Center (various locations)
WFCWatford Football Club
WFCWorld Friendship Center (Hiroshima, Japan)
WFCWide Format Color (printers; various organizations)
WFCWake Forest College (former name of Wake Forest University; now School of Arts & Science)
WFCWindows Foundation Class
WFCWalsall Football Club (UK)
WFCWho Freaking Cares?
WFCWorld Filtration Congress
WFCWord Frequency Counter
WFCWorld Famous Comics
WFCWood Free Coated (paper production)
WFCWorld Federalists of Canada
WFCWrexham Football Club (UK)
WFCWork and Family Center
WFCWorld Fighting Championship
WFCWallops Flight Center
WFCwaiting for connection
WFCWave Form Capture
WFCWoking Football Club (UK)
WFCWhirlpool Financial Corporation
WFCWorld Footbag Championships
WFCWashington Free Clinic (Washington, DC)
WFCWorld Freestyle Championships (frisbee sports)
WFCWarfighter Fatigue Countermeasures
WFCWaterfield Financial Corporation (US mortgage company)
WFCWithlacoochee Forestry Center (Florida)
WFCWorld Fight Channel (sports TV channel)
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In particular, at the conclusion of the June 2005 World Federation of Chiropractic's 8th Biennial Congress held in Sydney, Australia, the WFC adopted the identity statement that DCs should become "The spinal health care experts in the health care system".
The World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC) defines chiropractors as "spinal health care experts in the health care system" (17) suggesting that the WFC sees the chiropractor as the PSCP.
In: Proceedings of the World Federation of Chiropractic Congress, Montreal, 2009.
The second step of this review involved handsearching chiropractic journals (Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association, Journal of Chiropractic Medicine, Journal of Chiropractic Education, Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, Clinical Chiropractic, Topics In Clinical Chiropractic, Journal of Neuromusculoskeletal Systems, and Journal of the American Chiropractic Association) and two international chiropractic conferences (World Federation of Chiropractic and Association of Chiropractic Colleges--Research Agenda Conference) between 2001-2010.
He has presented at the International Association of Dance Medicine and Science's Annual Meetings in Cleveland (2008) and The Hague (2009), the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic Symposium, and the World Federation of Chiropractic's Congress in Montreal (2009).
World Federation of Chiropractic, May 17-22 1999: 166-7.
In: World Federation of Chiropractic 5th Biennial Congress Symposium Proceedings; 1999: Auckland, New Zealand: World Federation of Chiropractic; 1999.
For instance, the World Federation of Chiropractic's Identity Consultation Task Force, in its 2005 final report, (15) emphasized the urgent need for a clear public identity in chiropractic.
The World Federation of Chiropractic's "Consultation on Identity" found that only 6% of patients seek wellness care from chiropractic providers.
(34) Indeed, the Final Report of the Identity Consultation Task Force of the World Federation of Chiropractic includes the following foundational statement: "A patient-centered and biopsychosocial approach, emphasizing the mind/ body relationship in health, the self-healing powers of the individual, individual responsibility for health, and encouraging patient independence" (page ii).15 In order for chiropractors to optimally serve their patients, there appears to be a need for greater clarity and more well-developed understanding of actual consumers' health care preferences.
The World Federation of Chiropractic has provided the profession with clear guidelines.
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