The American Black Chiropractic Association (ABCA) has announced that its 2022 convention will be held on the campus of Cleveland University-Kansas City (CUKC) in June. It will be the 41st annual gathering for the group. In addition, the CUKC chapter of the Student American Black Chiropractic Association (SABCA) will play a major role as hosts for the weekend event.
Members from across the country who are either chiropractic students, or practicing doctors of chiropractic, will converge on the CUKC campus for a weekend of professional education and inspiration. The event is an opportunity for attendees of both groups to come together in support of each other, and the chiropractic profession.
In addition to plenary sessions, ABCA leaders will handle any business pertaining to the organization, such as nominations, voting on leadership, confirming policies and procedures, and discussing organizational goals. There will also be time allotted for any new business to be presented by general members, and regional meetings by group membership will also be held.
Attendees will have the opportunity to attend lectures, workshops and other events for professional growth. Current practitioners will be able to earn continuing education units while at the convention. The event also provides educational opportunities for SABCA members, and all attendees will have ample time for contact with vendors offering various products and services for doctors of chiropractic.