Continuing Professional Development

Continuing Professional Development

As experts in our field, we offer exceptional CPD courses for osteopaths, including Alumni and other paediatric specialists as well as those who are taking their first steps into the specialism. Keep an eye on our range of short courses to help you keep your knowledge and skills up to date, and complete your annual GOsC CPD requirement.

Our international conference provides an excellent opportunity to meet and discuss cutting edge topics with experts from around the world, as well as contributing to CPD requirements.

CPD Courses at the OCC:

 

OCC Access Course – please visit the Access Course page to book.

For more info call 0208 875 5291 or email educationregistrar@occ.uk.com

Developing Osteopathy in Paediatrics Course – please visit the Course page to book.

For more info call 0208 875 5291 or email educationregistrar@occ.uk.com

 

Advancing Your Osteopathic Skills in the Cranial Field

To join the waiting list or for more info call 0208 875 5291 or email educationregistrar@occ.uk.com

 

Emergency Paediatric First Aid Training

To join the waiting list or for more info call 0208 875 5291 or email educationregistrar@occ.uk.com

The Simple Truth is That Children Are Complex – Paediatric practice demands a philosophical approach to osteopathy. 

– Led by Daniel Stuttard MA BSc(Hons) DPO

– Date TBC

– Cost: TBC

One hour lecture followed by extra time for Q&As

Join Daniel Stuttard to explore how your paediatric practice demands a philosophical approach to osteopathy.

We should all know that thinking about our ‘osteopathy’ improves our ‘osteopathy’. Working with children highlights the complexity and uncertainty of treating real live organic beings. Children are in such constant change with the forces of growth and development that anything short of a highly considered osteopathic approach may leave our patients short.

Looking at the requirements for tissue health from a complexity perspective may help us uncover our own biases, acknowledge and challenge them, and look forward to genuine problem solving with our paediatric patients and authentic osteopathic healthcare.

This talk presents reflections on models of osteopathic approach and rationale developed at the OCC over many years.

Daniel Stuttard MA BSc(Hons) DPO

Daniel Stuttard graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 2003. Soon after graduation, Daniel joined the OCC’s DPO (Diploma in Paediatric Osteopathy), and later accepted the role of clinical consultant and educator in post graduate training, developing and running the DPO and APO courses at the Osteopathic Centre for Children.

With more than 17-years of experience in osteopathy, Daniel also has extensive teaching experience, lecturing for several teaching institutions in the UK and abroad.

Daniel loves his work as an osteopath because it gives him the chance to share in the life and health of others. He sees this as a privilege and regards it as sacred. His greatest challenge has been championing osteopathic principles in providing authentic health care to children.

For more info call 0208 875 5291 or email educationregistrar@occ.uk.com

  • Led by Dr Nathan Hasson M.B., Ch.B., M.R.C.P., F.R.C.P.C.H.

Dr Nathan Hasson will be presenting an introduction to the assessment of children for possible red-flag conditions that may present itself at an osteopathic practice. Current NICE guidelines will be highlighted. Emphasis will be on understanding the pathophysiological processes of symptoms, promoting safety in the treatment of children and acknowledging practitioner responsibility.

Several osteopaths have attended over the past few years to listen to Dr Hasson’s presentation and have found it very useful for revision. His extensive experience in acute general paediatrics is very informative.

This presentation would be useful revision for any paediatric osteopath.

Dr Nathan Hasson is a Consultant in General Paediatrics and a Consultant in Paediatric Rheumatology, having worked as a Consultant in General Paediatrics at Ealing Hospital, before moving to Great Ormond Street Hospital in Paediatric Rheumatology. He specialises in all types of paediatric conditions as well as all aspects of paediatric rheumatology but in particular Benign Joint Hypermobility Syndrome and Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis.                                         

Course Dates: TBC

For more info call 0208 875 5291, email educationregistrar@occ.uk.com or visit www.occ.uk.com/continuing-professional-development/

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