Anglo-European College of Chiropractic

Research at the AECC

Research at the AECC is a dynamic and important activity and aims to contribute new knowledge in the areas of experimental, clinical and educational research mainly centred on our expertise in musculoskeletal health.

As well as research undertaken by our own staff this also includes training future researchers, clinicians and academics through supporting Masters and Doctoral qualifications in association with other universities, institutions and business partners.

Research activity at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic

 Research activity exists across broad areas of expertise  including but not limited to imaging (MRI, ultrasound and  videofluoroscopy), patient reported  outcome measures  (PROMs), assessment of movement and function, and clinical  education. Our researchers regularly contribute peer  reviewed  publications and present at national and  international conferences.

On this site you can find this research in our biennial Research Report, and in lists of publications and poster presentations, which you can freely download or link to the original material.
Research activity at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic
This site also contains information on the Bournemouth Questionnaire and Patient Reported Outcome Measures, which are used to assess patient health outcomes in the routine clinical setting.
You can also access the College's Research Ethics Policies and Procedure here.  

Dr D. Newell

Director of Research

Professor J. Bolton




Vice Principal of Research and Postgraduate Studies

Professor A. Breen

Director of IMRCI