Abstract: This Journal has unbreakable faith in the future of chiropractic and places great value on today’s students who will be tomorrow’s doctors. With this issue we launch a partnership with the student’s global representative body, the World Congress of Chiropractic Students (WCCS). Our intent is to work together to bring the collective student voice into the indexed literature and to more widely share their hopes, aspirations and dreams within the profession.
The decision by the Board of SR to take the time to gather evidence from the real-world of conventional chiropractic practice is a landmark decision in the contemporary history of chiropractic. They are to be thanked and appreciated for investing in a sophisticated process that supports the busy practitioner to get their important cases into print. From this will come a plan of action for focussed research activities which is, in reality, exactly the way our research community should be informed.
Cite: Ebrall P. New moon rising [Editorial]. Asia-Pac Chiropr J. 2021;1.4. URL https://apcj.net/editorial--ebrall-april-2021/