|Location:||The Boundary (Cricket Club), BATH|
|Eligibility:||Completion of Module 2|
|OPS & CPD OVERVIEW|
|Total CPD hours:||8 hours|
|A – Communication & patient partnership:||A2, A3|
|B – Knowledge, skills & performance:||B1, B3, B5|
|C – Safety & quality in practice:||C1, C2, C3, C4, C5|
|D – Professionalism:||D2, D3, D4|
Have you been excited by Cranial Osteopathy? Maybe you’ve been on a course and then returned to your practice and wondered how to use your new skills? Perhaps you’ve been asked to explain the different approach you’re using by a patient or questioned how to write up the treatment you’ve given in the case notes?
If you’re answering yes to any of the above this one-day course could be just what you’re looking for. Integrating and Communicating is designed for Osteopaths just like you.
Over the course of the day, in a relaxed, collegiate atmosphere we aim to help address the questions above and others that you might like to bring.
This day will help you to develop the language skills and approach to clinical cases that will directly help you to write your assignments.Practical work will be included.
‘Integrating Cranial into Practice’ will be a Pathway requirement for anyone joining the Pathway from September 2013, but will not be compulsory for anyone already registered on the old SCC Pathway before September 2013.
Topics covered include:
- Diagnostic skills
- How can I practice becoming more confident in the information I’m picking up?
- How might I use my new diagnostic skills clinically?
- How might they inform my treatment and prognosis?
- How might I need to modify my case history taking?
- Do I need to change my examination routine?
- How do I explain what I’m doing to patients?
- How do I write up my case notes?
- How do I write letters to other professionals?
- How do I communicate with other Osteopaths?
- How do I translate information for myself?
- How do I start to use Involuntary Motion in my practice?
- When do I use IVM as opposed to other treatment approaches?
- My practice principle is uncertain of my new approach. How do I reassure them?
- Do I have to use IVM exclusively?
- What happens on those days when I can’t feel anything?
SCCO Course Providers: All SCCO courses are run by a resident Course Director, who is an Osteopath and a member of the SCCO Faculty. Pathway courses are delivered by SCCO Faculty and may be supported by guest speakers. Short courses are usually delivered by a visiting guest lecturer. SCCO Faculty members all hold recognised osteopathic qualifications but may not be GOSC registered osteopaths.
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Forthcoming opportunities to take Module 10: Integrating Cranial into Practice