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January 2018

Surrey Group Meeting

January 22 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Whyte Hart Hotel,
11-21 High Street, Bletchingley, Surrey RH1 4PB United Kingdom
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The next meeting of Surrey Osteopathic Group is scheduled for Monday January 22nd 7:00pm – 9:00pm at The Whyte Hart Hotel, Bletchingley Surrey. We will have a presentation on new Data Protection guidelines which will have significant relevance to us in terms of security, record keeping, reporting and data management. Data breaches are a greatly increasing source of complaint and litigation and we have a duty to be compliant.

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Osteopathic Seminar in the Snow – Japan

January 25 - 28
Hakuba Iwatake Snow Fields, Japan,
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HakubaDreaming2018 Hakuba Dreaming 2018 – 9 Hours of CPD and Snow Hakuba Iwatake Snow Fields, Japan – Thursday 25 to Sunday 28 January 2018 Hakuba Dreaming 2018 is a nine hour osteopathic seminar that will be delivered over three successive afternoons. Our mission is to provide concise clinically relevant lecture material and we have carefully selected high quality speakers from around the world to maximize the learning experience. The current line-up includes: Incorporating pain management in clinical practice: a low back pain case study Louise Adam, Osteopath, Australia.   An Osteopathic approach to treating trauma Eileen Glover, Osteopath, New Zealand.…

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Best Practice in Online Marketing – Painless Practice

January 26 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Resource for London,
356 Holloway Road, London , N7 6PA
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£135 – iO Members (20% deposit – £27) / £175 – non iO Members (20% deposit – £35) Deposit is only applicable if paying 15 days prior to course. Please note: Balances will need to be paid 12 January 2018. To book now please call our office or email for more information.

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Emergency First Aid in Clinic

January 28 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Park Inn by Radisson,
2 St Mary's Street, Bedford , MK42 0AR United Kingdom
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Osteopaths in Bedfordshire   We are pleased to announce our first full day event on Sunday 28th January 2018 Emergency First Aid in Clinic This first aid course comes highly recommended as arguably the most sensible, practical and clinically relevant first aid course you will have done.  Run by Steven Bruce of Academy of Physical Medicine. “This course is taught by instructors with real-world experience of emergency situations. Steven Bruce, a registered osteopath, has many years of military experience behind him, including several years with Special Forces. Malcolm Parnell, his assistant, is a former paramedic. But that’s not what’s important.…

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February 2018

Journal Club

February 15 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Core Clapton,
161 Northwold Road , Upper Clapton, London, E5 8RL United Kingdom
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15th Feb 18:30-20:30 - Journal club –  3 research articles will be discussed in the session; merits and limitations of the study are discussed, as well as the practical application of the findings in practice; the discussion will be facilitated by an experienced osteopath. Articles will be sent to participants 5 days prior to the session.

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Axial Spondyloarthritis – Free CPD event for osteopaths

February 17
Royal Nationa Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases,
Upper Borough Walls, Bath, BA1 1RL United Kingdom
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These free CPD events delivered by leading Rheumatologists, specifically for osteopaths aim to: Provide a refresher on the most recent developments and research in AS including diagnosis, treatment and the current patient pathway Explore issues around onward referral via GPs to rheumatology Demonstrate the support that NASS can provide for people with AS Act as a focus group for the NASS Medical Advisory Board to inform the campaign and ensure that the project is as relevant as possible going forward Saturday 17 February 2018, Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases, Bath Led by Dr Raj Sengupta (NASS Trustee  and Lead…

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Practical Skills session

February 20 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Core Clapton,
161 Northwold Road , Upper Clapton, London, E5 8RL United Kingdom
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20th Feb 18:30-20:30 - Practical Skills session - a revision/introduction of 1-2 techniques per session; participants pair up and work together on techniques. This is lead by 1-2 experienced osteopaths who will provide guidance and advice about how to apply the techniques, indications & contraindications, and a discussion about the evidence behind the techniques.

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Axial Spondyloarthritis – Free CPD event for osteopaths

February 21
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, Norwich,
Colney Lane, Norwich, NR4 7UY United Kingdom
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These free CPD events delivered by leading Rheumatologists, specifically for osteopaths aim to: Provide a refresher on the most recent developments and research in AS including diagnosis, treatment and the current patient pathway Explore issues around onward referral via GPs to rheumatology Demonstrate the support that NASS can provide for people with AS Act as a focus group for the NASS Medical Advisory Board to inform the campaign and ensure that the project is as relevant as possible going forward Led by Dr Karl Gaffney (Chair of the NASS Medical Advisory Board and Consultant Rheumatologist at the Norfolk and Norwich…

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Understanding and Communicating Chronic Pain – Jackie Walumbe

February 23 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Resource for London,
356 Holloway Road, London , N7 6PA
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£135 – iO Members (20% deposit – £27) / £175 – non iO Members (20% deposit – £35) Deposit is only applicable if paying 15 days prior to course. Please note: Balances will need to be paid 9 February 2018. To book now please call our office or email for more information.

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Case Presentation

February 28 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Core Clapton,
161 Northwold Road , Upper Clapton, London, E5 8RL United Kingdom
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28th Feb 18:30-20:30 - Case Presentation - discussion on particularly challenging complex cases (anonymised). Participants are encouraged to prepare cases of their own. The session is facilitated by an experienced osteopath.

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