Glori L. Hinck

Glori Hink
Associate Professor
College of Chiropractic
Director
Office of Educational Technology

Personal Information

Activity

Currently Teaching (2014-2015)

I became involved in chiropractic as a result of the injuries I sustained as a rugby player. My chiropractic practice has focused on acute injury care and I was a sideline doctor for rugby teams for ten years. This experience serves as a foundation for my role as a technique instructor. 

As an educator, I am interested in using technology to improve chiropractic education. I have explored the use of virtual worlds in a patient interviewing experience and have conducted research on how cell phones can be used to help students perfect their adjusting skills. I am currently working to make learning more mobile with the creation of study materials designed for access via Smart phones.

Education

  • Registered Dietitian, 1984
  • Instructional Technology, 2008
  • Bachelor of Science - University of Wisconsin-Stout, 1983
  • Master of Science - St Cloud State, 1994
  • Doctor of Chiropractic - Northwestern College of Chiropractic, 1996
  • Master's in Education Technology - Boise State University, 2010

Publications

Books and eBooks

Bergmann, T, Hinck, G. Lumbar Manipulative Mechanics. [iBook]. Hinck and Bergmann, publishers; 2013. iTunes download.

Hinck, G, Bergmann, T. Cervical Manipulative Mechanics. [iBook]. Hinck and Bergmann, publishers; 2013. iTunes download.

Hinck, G. Contributor to Beirman, R, Differential Diagnosis for the Physical and Manipulative TherapiesA Case Based Approach. Sydney: Churchill Livingstone, Elsevier Australia; 2011.

Journal articles

Hinck, G, Peterson, S. Barriers in an Online Faculty Development Course in iPad Integration. Abstracts of ACC Conference Proceedings: Platform presentations [ACC contributed papers presented at the 2014 Association of Chiropractic Colleges Educational Conference XXI and Research Agenda Conference XIX]. J Chiropr Educ. 2014 Spring; 28(1):64.

Hinck, G, Bergmann, T. Video capture on student-owned mobile devices to facilitate psychomotor skills acquisition: A feasibility study. J Chiropr Educ. 2013;27(2):158-162.

Hinck, G, Bergmann, T. Calling all students - The use of cell phones in chiropractic education [abstract]. J Chiropr Educ. 2011;25(1):83.

Hinck GL, Hulbert JR, Bergmann, T. If they look will they learn? Access of online content compared to performance on a related examination question. J Chiropr Educ. 2010;24(1):96

Ebrall P, Eaton S, Hinck GL, Kelly B, Nook B, Pennacchio V. Chiropractic education: Towards best practices in four areas of the curriculum. Chiropr J Aust. 2009;39(3):87-91.

Hinck GL, Hulbert JR, Bergmann T. Comparison of hybrid online format and traditional classroom format in a chiropractic methods course. J Chiropr Educ. 2009;23(1):72.

Hinck GL, Rich J, Hulbert JR, Brahee D, Doty J, Nook B. Athletic pre-participation physical exams: The promise of screening for adolescent eating disorders. J Sports Chiropract Rehabil. 2000;14(1):3-8.

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