Logan is proud to be named a corporate partner of the World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC), which represents the interests of the chiropractic profession in over 90 countries worldwide.
“The World Federation of Chiropractic is a valued partner in our shared mission of improving access to chiropractic across the globe. For many years, the WFC has served Logan well as resource, supporter and champion of our students, faculty and graduates, and our recent commitment to this organization is a just one example of our gratitude,” said Logan University President Clay McDonald. DC, MBA, JD. “We are truly honored to be affiliated with the WFC and together look forward to advancing the chiropractic profession with evidence-based, patient-centered, interprofessional and collaborative care.”
For many years, Logan representatives have attended the biannual WFC Congress—the chiropractic profession’s leading scientific meeting—and the University has hosted WFC board members as guest speakers. Notably, Logan graduate Holly Tucker, DC (’11), MPH, CHES, FASA, currently serves as a representative of the North American Region on the WFC Board of Directors.
“We have a longstanding relationship with Logan University and are delighted to be partnering in this way. As a strong supporter of our #BeEPIC campaign, we know that Logan is aligned with our vision, mission and values,” said WFC Secretary-General Richard Brown. “The range of programs offered at the university reflects its commitment to interprofessional, collaborative care and their extensive history of delivering evidence-based, quality chiropractic education makes Logan an excellent fit for the WFC.”