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This investigation revealed that the vast majority of UK chiropractors are interested in providing their services through the NHS, but only on a part-time basis and in a way that most closely resembles private practice. Concludes that "National health care reform and the statutory self-regulation of chiropractors have brought this closer to a more widespread reality. However, to prosper in this setting, the profession may benefit from a greater understanding of the competing priorities and constraints faced by NHS purchasers, who, for their part, should be prepared to implement policy based on evidence". Investigation undertaken by the IMRCI (AECC), UK. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics (January 2002)
NOTE: Most chiropractors in the UK currently work in private practice.