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John Lewis – Biographer of A.T.Still is coming to talk to OON

John Lewis – Biographer of A.T.Still is coming to talk to OON

Author and Osteopath John Lewis Talk OON are proud to be hosting a talk by John Lewis the author of the definitive biography of A.T. Still: From the dry bone to the living man. Don't miss this great opportunity to find out all about A.T.Still's life and how he saw osteopathy from John Lewis - a man dedicated to discovering the real A.T.Still. Tuesday 12th May at 7:30pm join us as John talks about ... »

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Overview of the Research Meeting – 24th September

On Tuesday 24th September the Oxford NCOR research hub met for the second time. The meeting focused on the importance of critical appraisal. We began by reading a research article and discussing our initial thoughts about the content and quality of the article. We then used the Critical Appraisal Skills Programme (CASP) checklist for systematic reviews (available at: http://www.casp-uk.net ) to ex... »

CPD: OsteoMAP by Hilary Abbey

CPD: OsteoMAP by Hilary Abbey

The British School of Osteopathy managed to gain an incredible £256000 grant from the NHS for this new service which integrates new developments in mindfulness and acceptance based approaches to pain with ‘hands on’ osteopathic treatment. OsteoMAP is designed to support people with long-term musculoskeletal pain, which may be alleviated but is unlikely to be completely resolved by manual therapy a... »

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Oxford Research Hub

REMINDER of meeting: Tuesday 30th July 7:30pm - 9:30pm at Oxford Brookes Gypsy Lane Boardrooms. Here is Elena's message: Just a reminder of tomorrow’s research hub meeting tomorrow from 7.30pm – 9.30pm. I have attached a map of the Gypsy Lane campus. On the list on the map you can find the Boardrooms under Clerici. You can drive in through the main entrance and park just outside that part of the b... »

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NCOR’s Snapshot of Osteopathy

A Review Of NCOR's Snapshot Of Osteopathy Read this for a fascinating insight into the current research or evidence supporting osteopathy in the UK. All produced and brilliantly referenced by our friends at NCOR. http://www.ncor.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Osteopathy_summary_May_2013.pdf »