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Education, Scholarship, Leadership, and Clinical Care
At Brighthall, we are dedicated to providing excellent consultation services relating to the fields of education, scholarship, leadership, and clinical care.
We customize our services to fit your needs.
- Continuing education
- Texts and monographs
- Management of awards and scholarship selection processes
- Scientific/scholarly peer-reviewed journals
- White papers, texts, and monographs for organizations and practitioners
Scientific conference assistance, specializing in
- Peer review management
- Conference planning and coordination
- Editing and publication of conference proceedings
- Facilitation of mission and vision development
- Facilitation of strategic planning processes
- Expert, evidence-based care for interdisciplinary clinics
Examples of Work
- Editorial and publication management of the Journal of Chiropractic Education www.JournalChiroEd.com
- Management and development of the scientific peer review process for the ACCRAC (1996 to 2015)
- Management and development of the scientific peer review process for the WFC Congresses and Education Conferences (2010 to present)
- Facilitation of mission and vision statement for a national professional organization
- Facilitation of strategic planning process for a non-profit accrediting entity
- Management of award selection processes for scientific papers and student scholarships
- Clinical care for high profile hospitals and organizations
The Brighthall Team
Bart Green, DC, MSEd, PhD
Bart Green is an epidemiologist and practicing chiropractor from San Diego, California. He has been in practice for 25 years and is board certified in chiropractic sports medicine, holds a master of science in medical education from the University of Southern California, and a doctorate in philosophy in public health from Walden University.
Dr. Green is a chiropractic physician for a prestigious interdisciplinary corporate primary care and wellness center for the employees of a large technology corporation. Bart has previously served as the first chiropractor to practice in the largest hospital in San Diego, Naval Medical Center, where he provided chiropractic rehabilitation for active duty military members in environments ranging from sports rehabilitation to a comprehensive care center for the severely combat-wounded.
Dr. Green serves as the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Chiropractic Education and on the editorial review boards for several scientific journals. Bart has published more than 100 papers in peer-reviewed journals and has presented research at numerous scientific meetings internationally. His research interests are in the areas of musculoskeletal epidemiology, prevention of spinal disorders, education, and chiropractic history. As an educator, Bart provides mentorship in research skills for chiropractic residents and practicing health care providers from several disciplines and continuing education for doctors of chiropractic.
Claire Johnson, DC, MSEd, PhD
Claire Johnson is a Professor at National University of Health Sciences. In addition to her DC degree, she completed a diplomate in sports chiropractic, received her master’s degree in health professions education and a PhD in Public Health with a focus in epidemiology. Over her 26-year career, she has authored numerous scientific papers, guided hundreds of authors toward publication and coached thousands in the scholarly art of peer review. She views her role as a mentor as one of her important contributions to the future of the profession.
Dr. Johnson is known for her leadership and the development of the scientific peer review process for the two of the largest scientific chiropractic conferences in the world.
Dr. Johnson is the Editor in Chief of three scientific, peer-reviewed journals that are indexed in PubMed. The Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics is the flagship journal for the chiropractic profession, having published over 3000 peer-reviewed articles written by international and multidisciplinary scientists. She has developed the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine as a broad scope specialty journal which includes general practice, sports, pediatrics, diagnostic imaging, forensics and neurology and the Journal of Chiropractic Humanities being the most cited philosophy journal of the chiropractic profession.
Dr. Johnson has developed several innovative teaching and evaluation programs for graduate level students. She has served as a student mentor for many years and provides programs as a continuing education speaker.