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CAA Annual Report : 2012 Annual Report
2 This process has been completed and we will introduce him to the profession at the National Development Forum in October. The board has seen this time as the perfect opportunity to explore shifting the headquarters to a location that better serves the needs of the CAA. The decision has been made to explore the option of moving to Melbourne as this is where most of the organisations we interact with are based. One of the first responsibilities of the new CEO will be to conduct a review of the feasibility of such a move. During this period we have achieved the following: • Continued to develop the lifestyle choices program – We have employed an agency to conduct a branding exercise for the program with the official launch date being NDF 2013. Program speakers have been selected to complement this program. • Made numerous submissions connected to review of the Chiropractic Board of Australia rules and regulations. • Improved communications and interaction between state/territory branches and CAA National – We conducted a series of one day meetings in Melbourne and a review of the Deed of Agreement has been commenced with Victorian Branch CEO, Norm Brockley, chairing the committee examining the deed. There is general agreement that there is a need to streamline operations. • Donated $57,000 to RMIT to ensure the continued operation of the Melbourne charity clinics. • Met with the health spokesperson for each of the political parties – We have attended several events and meetings to continue to build a healthy relationship with all parties. • Received the Manpower Study that was funded by the CAA and completed by Macquarie Department of Chiropractic. This will be available for general distribution at NDF 2012. • Conducted a series of other activities too extensive to list. I would like to thank all board members, the CEO and the CAA National staff for all they have done to contribute to the activities of the Association. The next twelve months will undoubtedly bring its own set of challenges. It promises to be an exciting time for the profession as we strive to create a greater awareness of the contribution chiropractic can make to the health and wellbeing of all Australians. We can make a difference.
2013 Annual Report