Vol. 66, No. 2, February 7, 2020 February 6, 2020 Click here to view PDF 14+ occupational medicine jobs for chiropractors in 2020 Cash services abound in OccMed in every U.S. city, with new occupational medicine job opportunities in 2020 for services ranging... 1st human CBD study reveals vastly-improved system to absorb CBD The self-emulsifying drug delivery system (SEDDS) makes it easier for CBD to be absorbed, and results in a more than four-fold increase in blood plasma levels of CBD compared to a control CBD formula. Diversification marketing and base hits over home runs When it comes to diversification marketing, doing the ‘little things’ adds up to success, and keeps your plan moving ahead bu not depending on one source. Health care and expanding or scaling a business Don’t stretch yourself too thin before you are ready to open another office, and consider these options before scaling a business... How chiropractic commercials came together for Olympic broadcast schedule A TV commercial promoting chiropractic will be shown during the 2020 Tokyo Games Olympic broadcast schedule, touting chiropractic care and schooling... Modern marketing and communications, the future of promotions How to think about the future of promotion when it comes to your overall marketing and communications plan Point-Counterpoint: does the chiropractic message need to change? Chiropractic Economics’ Point-Counterpoint is where DCs debate the industry’s hottest topics.This issue: does the chiropractic message need... Social media for chiropractors who want more patients Social media for chiropractors is a patient gold mine — if you put yourself out there and see through a patient's eyes The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress has a marketing roadmap for you You have a partner in maximizing exposure and branding, with a plug-and-play marketing roadmap you can easily set in motion Your chiropractic education: from one student to another Advice for a successful chiropractic education experience from a recent graduate with tips to support students in their journey.