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Dr. Jeffrey Baier Named Director of Clinical Education
Dr. Jeffrey Baier Named Director of Clinical Education
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This month, Dr. Dr. Jeffery Baier was named Director of Clinical Education for the Cleveland University-Kansas City Doctor of Chiropractic program. Dr. Baier joined the University in 2014. He had previously served in the roles of Clinical Educator and Assistant Professor.

This month, Dr. Jeffery Baier was named Director of Clinical Education for the Cleveland University-Kansas City Doctor of Chiropractic program. Dr. Baier joined the University in 2014. He had previously served in the roles of Clinical Educator and Assistant Professor.

In addition to currently serving as lead instructor for the Introduction to Clinic I and Clinic Internship II classes, Dr. Baier has served as a Faculty Council President.

Dr. Baier has received advanced instruction in the principles, practice, and teaching of Evidence-Informed Practice (EIP) through his participation in the Process of Integrating Evidence Conference along with additional up-to-date instruction in the processes relating to accreditation and standards of the Council of Chiropractic Education (CCE).

Dr. Baier received his associate degree at Garden City Community College, Garden City, Kan., and obtained his Doctor of Chiropractic degree, with honors, from Parker College of Chiropractic. After graduation, Baier was in private practice in Kansas and Colorado for 16 years where he also served as a team chiropractor for the Garden City Community College athletic programs.