CARL fellows meet in Denmark

The University of Southern Denmark and Chiropractic Knowledge Hub hosts the first Chiropractic Academy for Research Leadership (CARL) II residential from August 15th to August 19th, when the CARL Fellows and their mentors meet physically for the first time.

Like the 1st CARL cohort, the Fellows will be working on various projects to strengthen their profile as researchers and leaders. The programme for the week includes intellectual challenges like research collaboration and talks about various relevant subjects, physical challenges like zumba and football, and the European CARL I fellows will visit during the week.

The CARL fellows have been engaged in various forms of collaboration since 2020, but COVID-19 has seriously interfered with the project and postponed the planned activities, and the residential in Odense is the first physical meeting between all the CARL II fellows. However, the European participants have met before, in November 2011 when travel restrictions were gradually eased. Back then, the overseas CARL II participants participated online.

The CARL II fellows are:

Sasha Aspinall (Murdoch University, Australia)
Aron Downie (MacQuarie University, Australia)
David McNaughton (MacQuarie University, Australia)
Hazel Jenkins (MacQuarie University, Australia)
Andreé-Anne Marchand (Ontario Tech University; University of Quebec at Trois-Riviéres, Canada)
Jessica Wong (Ontario Tech University; Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, Canada)
James Young (Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, Canada and University of Southern Denmark, Denmark)
Steen Harsted (University of Southern Denmark, Denmark)
Casper Nim (University of Southern Denmark, Denmark)
Cecilie K. Øverås (Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet, Norway and University of Southern Denmark, Danmark)
Amy Miller (Bournemouth University, UK)
Luana Nyirö (Universitätsklinik Balgrist, Switzerland)
Eric Roseen (Boston University, USA)
Ken Weber (Stanford University, USA)