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CAA Annual Report : 2014 Annual Report
7 exploring new non-member income streams; improvements in IT; continuing professional development of chiropractors; public education activities; improving government relations; increased media involvement; advocacy on behalf of chiropractors; improving communications between the national body, state associations and the members and providing a stable base of operations. HOW THESE ACTIVITIES ASSIST IN ACHIEVING THE OBJECTIVES These principal activities opened up pathways for consultation with the Chiropractic Board of Australia (CBA) and other stakeholders; increased our lobbying and advocacy with Federal politicians and government agencies; generated ongoing public exposure for chiropractic; broadened our chiropractic research; increased CAA financial support to educational institutions; development of new and improved website facilities. PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT AND KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATOR The financial performance of the company is measured against the budget agreed to by the board. Activities of the company are measured against the board's strategic plan and its objectives. The action items are measured against the time-frames for completion. LIKELY DEVELOPMENTS AND EXPECTED RESULTS Future developments in the Company's operations may have an impact on the anticipated results in the subsequent financial year. The Company will continue to fund research including that of the Australian Chiropractic Research Network (ACORN) Longitudinal Programme and PhD scholarships whilst also demonstrating the public value of chiropractic services to the community. To achieve the Principal Activities of the Company, projects such as the CAA structural review and relocation of the CAA (National) office to Parramatta plus the continued development of business systems such as an appropriate IT/digital platform may occur. Additionally, the refinement of communications, advocacy and public relations on behalf of members and the CAA, may impact. The outcome envisaged is to continue to improve the performance of the Company on behalf of the membership and the Australian community. MEETINGS OF COMPANY DIRECTORS So as to comply with Section 307(2) of the Corporations Law we detail below the number of meetings held during the financial year and the number of these meetings attended by each Director whilst a member of the Board. Number of Meetings Held: 6 Eligible to Attend Meetings Attended Mr M. Baird 6 5 Dr B. Chow 6 6 Dr B. Conrad 6 6 Dr A. Croke 1 1 Dr P. Ebrall 6 6 Dr T. Kennedy-Shanks 6 6 Dr A. Lawrence 6 6 Dr P. Sim 6 6 Dr L. Tassell 6 6 Dr M. Uren 6 6 Dr T. Vagg 6 6 Dr M. Wise (Kotzman) 5 5 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTS AND REPORTS OF CHIROPRACTORS' ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA (NATIONAL) LIMITED FOR THE YEAR ENDING 30 JUNE 2014
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