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Dynamic Chiropractic reports in ‘Dr. Eric Russell to Assume Presidency of New Zealand College of Chiropractic’: New Zealand College of Chiropractic: Dr. Eric G. Russell is the new president of the New Zealand College of Chiropractic, becoming the first Chiropractic Philosophy diplomate to be named president of a chiropractic college. He is a 1996 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic [...] “the New Zealand College of Chiropractic has a great reputation for supporting vitalism throughout the curriculum, rigorous and innovative academic instruction, and progressive subluxation-based research,” said Dr. Russell.  Note: So, NZCC is vitalistic in context just like naturopathy. I'm not sure it's so great to be associated with an idea that is LONG-GONE from science. Of course, the science-ejected nature of vitalistic figmentation is never communicated to the public, and, in that sense, they are abused. How can you consent in an informed manner when opacity is the overall sCAM mode?”   Naturocrit - a whistle-blower's skeptical analysis of the absurdity known as naturopathy / naturopathic medicine / natural medicine -- 'from the inside' (19th January 2011)