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June 2019

The NHS explained: how the health system in England really works

June 3 - 17

“A worthwhile course I thoroughly recommend to anyone in or interested in health services.” The four-week course will provide you with a broad understanding of the NHS – its inner workings, how it all fits together and the current and future challenges it faces. You will build your knowledge of the health system in England through articles, quizzes and videos with experts from The King’s Fund. Plus you can study each week at a time that suits you. The course is ideal for NHS and social care staff, patients and anyone interested in health care in England. The course will…

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345-395

CONFERENCE: Living Autonomics

June 8 - 9
Columbia Hotel,
London,
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 8 – 9 June 2019  Columbia Hotel, LONDON ANS function and regulation throughout life:  The autonomic nervous system (ANS) has long been considered vitally important in the regulation of health and homeostasis. Modern research has confirmed this and opens new horizons in our understanding, with recent discoveries such as the extent to which the ANS has very different functions at different stages of life. We believe that now is the perfect time to explore the clinical relevance of recent research in the light of our osteopathic heritage. Through lectures, discussions and practical workshops hosted by a wide range of highly…

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15 - 30

iO Roadshow – Perth

June 9 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Murrayshall Country House Hotel & Golf Club,
Murrayshall Road, Scone, Perth , Perthshire PH2 7PH United Kingdom
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At the 2018 iO Convention, we began to share our ambitions for osteopathy: universal recognition and access to a growing and thriving profession.  We are inviting you to join us at one of a series of events at where you can share your views on these ambitions and be part of shaping the future of your profession. At each event, we will share our five-year strategy, consider the challenges that need to be addressed, and the opportunities that are opening up to us as an Allied Health Profession. How do we build a growing and thriving profession that will be universally recognised and accessible by…

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Scottish Osteopathic Society

June 9 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Scottish Osteopathic Society Details: iO roadshow and peer review day followed by Scottish Osteopathic Society Annual Golf Tournament – absolute beginners and spectators ALL welcome! Date: June 9th 2019 Venue: Perth Contact to book: Scottishosteopathicsociety@gmail.com Also now of Facebook – search Scottish Osteopathic Society

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Clinical Methods, Anatomy Refresher on Connections of the Thoracolumbar Fascia

June 15 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

15th June 9-1, Clinical Methods, Anatomy Refresher on Connections of the Thoracolumbar Fascia, (Osteopaths & Physical Therapists),  Weymouth, (£30 to members, £40 all others). To reserve a place on any event, email dorsetosteogroup@gmail.com.  (If you have already reserved a place, you will receive a payment request 2-4 weeks before the event).

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‘Safewise’ Weymouth

June 15 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Saturday 15th June 10.00-1.00pm (registration from 09.30), ‘Safewise’ Weymouth Anatomy & Clinical Methods Refresher with Registered Osteopath & University Lecturer Rob McCoy.  3 hours certificated CPD. Open to all physical therapists (osteopaths, physiotherapists, chiropractors, sports therapists etc) who regularly use clinical assessments in their daily practice and would like to refresh their skills. Cost £30 to Dorset Osteopathic Group Members, £40 to non-members including tea/coffee (lunch not included).    Participants will need to bring their own clinical methods equipment with them.

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iO Roadshow – Maidstone

June 21 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Tudor Park Marriott Hotel & Country Club,
Ashford Road, Bearsted, Maidstone, Kent ME14 4NQ United Kingdom
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At the 2018 iO Convention, we began to share our ambitions for osteopathy: universal recognition and access to a growing and thriving profession.  We are inviting you to join us at one of a series of events at where you can share your views on these ambitions and be part of shaping the future of your profession. At each event, we will share our five-year strategy, consider the challenges that need to be addressed, and the opportunities that are opening up to us as an Allied Health Profession. How do we build a growing and thriving profession that will be universally recognised and accessible by…

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Consent and Communication

June 22 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Dry Drayton Village Hall,
High Street, Cambridge , Cambridgeshire CB23 8DD United Kingdom
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Cambridgeshire Osteopathic Group Saturday, 22nd June 2019, 10:00 – 14:00 Consent and Communication The workshop, led by Claire Cheetham, is designed to enable osteopaths to directly apply what they learn during the day to their own practice, as well as having a better understanding of their patients’ expectations and possible concerns. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions and discussion. Above all, the workshop aims to help osteopaths feel more confident in their own professional practice. Venue: Dry Drayton Village Hall, High Street, Dry Drayton, Cambridge CB23 8DD Free for COG members and a £20 charge for non-members To…

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Acupuncture/Dry Needling

June 29 - 30

Acupuncture/Dry Needling 29th/30th June 2019, London by Dr Anthony Campbell MRCP, Dip.Med.Ac Intensive practical Western Medical Acupuncture/Dry Needling Course based on modern neurophysiology. On-site courses also taught by arrangement for groups at osteopathy clinics. Details from: Dr A Campbell, 8 Oak Way, London N14 5NN Tel/Fax: 020 8368 3418 Email: ac@acampbell.org.uk

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£300

Osteopathic approaches to supporting fertility

June 29 - 30
European School of Osteopathy,
Boxley House, The Street, Boxley, Maidstone, ME14 3DZ
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Presented by Claudia Knox and Dr Erich Mayer-Fally Saturday 29th – Sunday 30th June 2019 – £300 (includes lunch and refreshments) One in 5 couples suffer with unwanted childlessness; 80% of those have no medical reason for this. Osteopathically, we often have much to offer this patient group. Often it is possible from the case history to ascertain which structures are disturbed in their function. In this course we will discuss the clinical presentation of a variety of causes for sub-fertility. We will review relevant anatomy, consider how we can positively influence mobility, circulation and nerve supply to all relevant…

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