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London Osteopathic Society

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London Osteopathic Society

Tuesday 5 July 2022

Introduction to Health Psychology with Danny Miller

Danny will introduce the concept of health psychology and psychological pain management. He will discuss the links between the biopsychosocial framework and osteopathic concepts.

Danny is an osteopath and clinic educator who is currently coming to the end of his studies for a PhD in health psychology.

Live face-to-face event at the University College of Osteopathy, 275 Borough High Street, London SE1 1JE Nearest underground: Borough

Arrive from 6.30 (refreshments), 7-9.30 pm  lecture, with refreshment break.

The event is free for members,   To assist us with catering we urge you to register your intention to attend before 29 June.

Fee for non-members is £40.

Tuesday 19 July 2022

Aspects of Pain with Dr Roshan Thawale

In this presentation we will look at head, neck, back, and joint pain plus pain syndromes from a psychological and physiological perspective. What can be done to make life easier for patients?

Dr Roshan Thawale is a consultant in anaesthetics and pain medicine with extensive experience in managing patients with both short-term and persistent pain in all areas and regions of the body. His special interest is headache and orofacial pain, including trigeminal neuralgia. Full bio here (link to Spire site).

Virtual remote event via MS Teams commencing 6.30 pm for one hour.

Free for members who will receive a link.

Face-to-Face Meetings

Please check venue details.

Webinar Programme

Links will be sent to members before each webinar date.

For best results download Zoom onto your laptop or device (it’s free) and click Join, then enter the meeting details to participate. You can also use the browser link.

We love to see you via your video but please mute your microphone when the main speaker is giving their presentation.  Remember if you have your video on that people can still see you, even if your video screen is obscured by other windows. There’s usually time afterwards to for questions and answers, in verbal or chat format depending on the speaker’s preference.

We don’t record or distribute recordings, the speaker may opt to record if they wish.

Audio quality is a common problem with webinars and we try to minimise this, but remember you have a volume slider on your device. A PowerPoint in pdf format may be made available after the meeting for personal study. Live webinars constitute learning with others. Print out your invitation as evidence as we won’t be issuing attendance certificates.

Invitations with links and passwords are sent to members when they are available. Our webinars are free to members.