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and around your area by clicking on the links below. 

Upcoming Courses & Events

The University College of Osteopathy, UK – CPD Courses and Conferences

Various Dates and Locations
For more information and to register: Please click here.

12th International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (ISPRM) World Congress 2018

Location: Paris, France
Dates: August 8-12, 2018

We are excited to host the 12th World Congress of the International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (ISPRM 2018) in the exciting and romantic city of Paris, France.

Top rehabilitation specialists from across the world will join us to present the latest research and cutting edge techniques in our ever growing field.

The scientific program will include hands-on workshops, lively debates and more in an unforgettable experience. Join us July 8-12, 2018!

For more information, please visit: http://www.isprm2018.com/

Dissection Course - Soft Embalmed Cadaver

Location: Humber College North Campus, Toronto, Canada
Date: August 13-17, 2018, 8:30am-4:30pm

We show you how to use a scalpel, and then its a guided / supervised “choose your own adventure” on a soft embalmed cadaver. Humber college August 13-17 (M-F). $3000.00 for 5 days.  Each student will have the opportunity to investigate areas of their own clinical interest.  Instructors will ensure feasible, efficient and safe dissections.  One soft embalmed cadaver will be dissected by each group (of four to six).

Soft-embalmed cadavers retain the natural tissue integrity, tissue texture, and preserves joint range of motion. They simulate the fresh state where the liquids are still intact within the tissues while allowing for ease of exploratory dissection. This course is a unique opportunity to practice clinical palpation and mobilization techniques on cadavers that look and feel the same way as a live patient’s body. These learning experiences are expected to directly improve therapeutic outcomes.

For more information and to register, go to www.idissect.ca

Active & Affiliate OAO Members may earn 33 CEUs.We show you how to use a scalpel, and then its a guided / supervised “choose your own adventure” on a soft embalmed cadaver. Humber college August 13-17 (M-F). $3000.00 for 5 days.  Each student will have the opportunity to investigate areas of their own clinical interest.  Instructors will ensure feasible, efficient and safe dissections.  One soft embalmed cadaver will be dissected by each group (of four to six).

Soft-embalmed cadavers retain the natural tissue integrity, tissue texture, and preserves joint range of motion. They simulate the fresh state where the liquids are still intact within the tissues while allowing for ease of exploratory dissection. This course is a unique opportunity to practice clinical palpation and mobilization techniques on cadavers that look and feel the same way as a live patient’s body. These learning experiences are expected to directly improve therapeutic outcomes.

For more information and to register, go to www.idissect.ca

Active & Affiliate OAO Members may earn 33 CEUs.We show you how to use a scalpel, and then its a guided / supervised “choose your own adventure” on a soft embalmed cadaver. Humber college August 13-17 (M-F). $3000.00 for 5 days.  Each student will have the opportunity to investigate areas of their own clinical interest.  Instructors will ensure feasible, efficient and safe dissections.  One soft embalmed cadaver will be dissected by each group (of four to six).

Soft-embalmed cadavers retain the natural tissue integrity, tissue texture, and preserves joint range of motion. They simulate the fresh state where the liquids are still intact within the tissues while allowing for ease of exploratory dissection. This course is a unique opportunity to practice clinical palpation and mobilization techniques on cadavers that look and feel the same way as a live patient’s body. These learning experiences are expected to directly improve therapeutic outcomes.

For more information and to register, go to www.idissect.ca

Active & Affiliate OAO Members may earn 33 CEUs.

17th World Congress on Pain

Location: Boston, USA
Dates: September 12-16, 2018

The world’s premier Congress devoted to research, clinical practice
and treatment of pain.
Venue: Boston Convention and Exhibition Center
Sponsor: International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP)
Information from IASP Secretariat: 1510 H Street, NW, Suite 600,
Washington, DC USA 20005
Tel: +1.202.524.5300
Email: IASPdesk@iasp-pain.org

Want to Sponsor or Exhibit at this premier Congress: Further
Information for Industry participation can be obtained from
sarah.wheeler@iasp-pain.org

For more information, please visit: http://www.iasp-pain.org/Boston

2018 Osteopathy Australia Conference

Location: Cairns, Australia
Dates: October 12-14, 2018

The Osteopathy Conference will be held from October 12th – 14th at the Cairns Convention Centre.

This is a great opportunity for delegates to hear from leading local and international clinicians and researchers, to update their skills and knowledge and to network with colleagues and peers – examining treatment practice and approaches, discussing research and emerging trends and identifying ways to ensure the ongoing sustainability of osteopathy.

If you are interested in being a speaker at the Conference, you can submit an abstract through this link: https://osteopathyconference.wufoo.eu/forms/s2kbdsu0e0gkjc/

Abstracts must be submitted by 5.00pm on Friday, 16th March, 2018.

If you are interested in sponsoring the Conference, click here to access our prospectus.

If you are interested in attending the Conference, registrations will open soon.

For any further information, email our CPD Officer, Peter Tzanis at cpd@osteopathy.org.au or call 02 9410 0099.

Open Forum for Osteopathic Education Conference

Location: Lyon, France
Dates: October 18-19, 2018

Osteopathic diagnostics is a major part of osteopathic education, but even now many schools are struggling to get a grip on clinical reasoning, reliability, osteopathic approach, etc.

In October 2018 OsEAN is holding the sixth “Open Forum for Osteopathic Education” conference. The topic will be “Teaching Osteopathic Diagnostics”, featuring presentations and workshops in this important area. The conference will be held from 18th – 19th October 2018 in Lyon, France.

We would like to invite you to submit a paper, before Sunday, 31st December 2017, for a platform or poster presentation or a short workshop in one of the following areas:

Teaching and assessing

Clinical reasoning within the Osteopathic Education.
What do we use as protocols for clinical examinations of patients?
Communicating the challenge of miscalculations in diagnosis
Educational strategies in osteopathic diagnostics.
Teaching feedback and evaluation in our approaches in the osteopathic clinic.
Teaching diagnostic strategies, such as:
Induction
Deduction
Pattern recognition
Inter- and intra-reliability in research teaching.
Problem Based learning in osteopathic education
Standardizing the osteopathic practical examination
Teaching Red & yellow flags
Teaching Phenomenology in diagnostics
Please use the Submission Form on the OsEAN-website at
: http://www.osean.com/index.php/events/open-forum-conference/2018-teaching-osteopathic-diagnostics/ to send your abstract.

Fifth International Fascia Research Congress

Location: Berlin, Germany
Dates: November 14-15, 2018

Pre-conference workshops: November 13, 2018

SAVE THE DATE! November 2018…Two conferences converge in Berlin

Fifth International Fascia Research Congress: November 14-15, 2018
Pre-Conference Workshops: November 13, 2018

Venue: The Urania Berlin

International Osteopathic Conference: November 16-18, 2018

Joint registration will be available for those wishing to attend both the Fascia Research Congress and the Osteopathic Conference.

http://www.fasciacongress.org

Now accepting abstracts through April 15. Prizes will be awarded for the best science abstract and the three best posters. In addition, the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies will award $1,000 and $500 cash prizes for the two most clinically relevant abstracts.

Authors are invited to submit new study results related to research on fascia. Basic science and clinical abstracts will be considered in the following categories:

Clinical Studies
Anatomy of Fascia
Sensory and Neural Aspects
Matrix Biology and Fluid Dynamics
Assessment Methods
Biomechanical Aspects
Veterinary Aspects
Surgical Aspects
Oncological Aspects
Other Fascial Pathologies
Fascia in Sports and Movement
Phenomenlogical and Philosophical Aspects

New Hypotheses and Experimental Research Methods

Abstracts selected by the Scientific Committee will be published in the proceedings book and authors will be invited to make an oral presentation or present a poster at the Fascia Research Congress.

 

Best Practices in Concussion Management

Location: Guelph, Ontario
Dates: November 23, 24, 25, 2018

For more information and to register: Please click here.

The structure of our program is based around a multi-faceted concept, with several important pillars for the complete management of concussion: education, interdisciplinary collaboration, objective assessment markers, and individualized rehabilitation strategies. The course is designed to provide a solid foundation for the understanding of concussion injuries, while integrating skill sets within an interdisciplinary team. This program will take the clinician from the first visit of the clinical assessment and initial education, through introductory concepts for vestibular and oculomotor rehabilitation, as well as exertion training. Concussion affects not only athletes but all individuals and our training is designed to help understand the lifestyles demands of each.