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Spark in the Motor

Spark in the Motor

CV4 Lecture

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LECTURER: David Douglas-Mort

DATE: July 2019 during Module 7: Spark in the Motor

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“The 1-4 tutor student ratio was excellent. Every tutor picked me up from where I was and brought me to another place. Lectures were delivered to a very high standard. Practical sessions were well-interspersed and relevant. The teaching faculty had vast knowledge and experience, and created a supportive learning environment.”

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“This course far surpassed my expections. The materials, lectures, small-group work and input from fellow students were all excellent. The serene course direction ensured that participating in the course felt effortless. I learned so much of clinical relevance and, as ever after these courses, felt utterly transformed by participating.”

“The lectures were outstanding – full of material and I thought there was an exceptional standard of presentation combining personal experience, real thinking with historical and scientific knowledge -inspirational and thoroughly enjoyable. The tutoring was superb in my experience – relaxed, non judgemental and highly attentive.”

CPD Scheme

CPD Scheme

How this course maps to the GOsC CPD Scheme

No. LEARNING OUTCOMES
On completion of this course you should be able to:
EVIDENCE OF LEARNING
To achieve the learning outcome you must demonstrate the ability to:
1 Evaluate complex and conflicting evidence encountered during the evaluation of your patient. Provide osteopathic care for a diverse range of patients that is underpinned by an extensive range of cognitive, affective and psychomotor skills. Take full responsibility for managing all aspects of their care, centered on their needs as a person and your duty of care as a professional.
2 Integrate new skills and knowledge into your osteopathic management. Competently provide effective osteopathic care within a chosen specialism. Show and utilise an appropriate knowledge of core topics from this module. Reflect on the impact of your experiences on your development as an osteopath.
3 Use your knowledge, skills, experience and initiative to select, integrate and apply appropriate therapeutic techniques from a comprehensive range, in order to meet the patient’s treatment needs. Select from a diverse range of therapeutic techniques in order to construct and implement a coherent treatment plan that responds to the patient’s specific needs. Be able to monitor your patients’ system, and sensitively and competently offer and adapt the fluid techniques:- CV4, Lateral fluctuation, fluid drives and V spreads, and EV4 in harmony with the comfort and physiological needs of the patient. Critically defend your decisions, backed by practitioner understanding and research-based evidence where appropriate.
4 Manage patients and monitor outcomes in a manner that is responsive to the complex and dynamic needs of the patient over time and ensures best care. Construct, implement and monitor osteopathic management plans for your patients and adapt them in response to clinical evidence and patient needs over time.
5 Confidently operate as an autonomous practitioner in complex health care settings, demonstrating mentoring and leadership skills. Show practitioner skills of calmness and balance to support your patient. Critically reflect on your role and practice as an osteopath and your responsibility to your patients to provide the best patient-centred care possible.
Type of Learning Learning Activity NLH*
Scheduled Learning Hours Lectures 7
Practical classes 9
Workshop 3
Scheduled online activities
Guided Learning Directed reading & research
Reflective portfolio development
Peer assisted learning 5
Independent Learning Unguided reading from defined reading list
Assessment preparation
Tutor defined project / Dissertation activity
Autonomous Learning Reading from non-specific sources
Reflection on clinical experiences
Placement Clinical observations
TOTAL 24

* Notional Learning Hours

OPS Theme OPS Mapping
1 2 3 4 5 6
Communication & Patient Partnership
Knowledge, Skill & Performance
Safety & Quality in Practice
Professionalism
CPD Standards
CPD activities are relevant to the full range of osteopathic practice See above mapping exercise
Objective activities have contributed to practice Peer review/Observation
Case-based discussion activity
Seek to ensure that CPD activities benefit patients Communication/Consent activity
Maintain CPD documentation Certificate of attendance/Overview document provided to student