Claire Johnson, DC, PhD, received the Clinical Compass Person of the Year Award, for individuals who demonstrate exemplary service to the chiropractic profession, the Clinical Compass and evidence-based practice. Dr. Johnson is a professor and Editor in Chief for National University of Health Sciences’ Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, Journal of Chiropractic Medicine, and Journal of Chiropractic Humanities.
Clinical Compass was formed in 1955, and was originally named Council on Chiropractic Guidelines and Practice Parameters (CCGPP). The Clinical Compass mission is to improve patient outcomes by advancing evidence-based care, and the vision is to transform healthcare through knowledge translation.
Dr. Jay Greenstein, Chairman of Clinical Compass stated, “It is our honor to recognize Claire Johnson for the Clinical Compass Person of the Year Award. She has worked tirelessly to promote the work of the research performed by Clinical Compass and has engaged our organization in ways that few others could – enthusiasm, creativity, execution and results.” He added, “The Clinical Compass is incredibly fortunate to have her as a board member and as a strategic partner. More importantly, the chiropractic profession and the patients we serve are lucky to have Dr. Johnson as a thought leader and role model.”
“It was truly a surprise and an honor to receive this prestigious award,” Dr. Johnson said, noting, “The Clinical Compass is a wonderful group of volunteers who are on a mission to improve patient outcomes by advancing evidence-based care and our vision is to transform healthcare through knowledge translation.”