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Next Zoom webinar Thursday 17 June 2021, and the subject is Fibromyalgia.

Our last webinar was with Osteopath Clive Lathey discussing Runner’s Knee, the presentation is available to download now for members.


Thinking about your Peer Discussion Review?

Why not watch this webinar?

Dr Stacey Clift, Senior Research and Policy Officer at the General Osteopathic Council provided a detailed overview of the PDR process and explained how it fits into the CPD scheme. She also explored how and when osteopaths might select a peer and what other osteopaths are doing for their PDR. She also shared a completed example of a PDR template to give osteopaths ideas about how they might complete their own.

Watch the recording:

bit.ly/pdrwebinar         There is also a very short Peer Discussion Review Animation


Do you have any patients who would be interested and willing to use their unique experience to help make a difference to future osteopathic care? If so, you can find out more by visiting/sharing with them our Patient Involvement Forum page. We will offer a participation fee as a thank you for the time, skills and expertise patients contribute and reasonable expenses will be provided where appropriate.  

Patients will get the opportunity to take part in any of a range of activities such as focus groups, surveys, working groups and consultations. We have also created some posters/flyers you can download and use in your practice to help highlight this opportunity to your patients.

Current opportunities


Patient views sought on our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Framework

We are looking for patients to take part in focus groups and over the phone interviews in early June to get their feedback on our draft Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Framework for 2021-24. The framework sets out our EDI objectives and the actions we intend to take over the next 18 months to help embed EDI even further in our work.

Online focus group


On Tuesday 8 June we are hosting two online focus groups with patients and members of the public to seek feedback on our


There are two time slots available: 2 - 3.15pm and 6 - 7.15pm  

When expressing an interest in participating, please indicate which time slot you would prefer.  

As a thank you for your time and input we are offering £25 to participants.


 


In advance of focus group or phone call, we ask that you read our draft Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Framework for 2021-24 to enable you to prepare for the discussion.


 
























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