Our bulletin for March is out, with some preliminary details on the latest planned Standardised Data Collection project, which aims to provide us with vital information about what happens in osteopathic practices throughout the UK.
The March bulletin is available as a PDF to download.
We report on our conference from January, the near-completion of our systematic review of paediatric treatment, and our upcoming attendance at the 11th International Conference on Advances in Osteopathic Research.
The February bulletin is available as a PDF for download.
NCOR were delighted to attend the Institute of Osteopathy 2016 Convention, and present the latest news about PROMS and see one of our Centre For Reviews and Summaries volunteers win a prize!
This month’s update also contains the latest on the paediatric systematic review, and the 2017 conference on persistent pain.
The November bulletin is available as a PDF to download.
Our 2017 conference on persistent pain is filling up fast, with only a handful of places remaining. Don’t miss out, book now. This even will provide you with a full day of CPD-related material on helping patients who live with persistent pain.
This month’s bulletin contains updates on NCOR at the iO convention, the latest on our systematic review of manual treatment of paediatric patients, and the 11th International Alliance on Advances in Osteopathic Research.
The October bulletin is available as a PDF for download.
Tickets for the NCOR 2017 conference are being snapped-up by bargain-hunting osteopaths around the UK. Be aware, our discounted fee of £99 pounds expires at the end of October. After then, the full price of £120 will apply. This month’s bulletin also brings our regular update on the systematic review of paediatric treatment, and some news about PILARS and PREOS and the 11th International Conference on Advances in Osteopathic Research.
The September bulletin is available as a PDF to download.
Tickets for the NCOR 2017 Conference are now available! Book now to take advantage of our early-bird price of just £99 for a full day’s CPD. Speakers from the fields of osteopathy, neuroscience and psychology will be talking about the latest research and guidelines for helping people with persistent pain. The afternoon session will be a series of workshops so you will take home some practical techniques for helping patients in your clinic.
All that, plus updates on the systematic review of paediatric treatment, the latest from our research hubs, and a survey about postural assessment.
The August bulletin is available as a PDF to download.
Celebrations for NCOR’s previous director Professor Ann Moore as she was awarded a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours. All at NCOR are delighted for Ann, who deserves this recognition for her hard work in research and manual therapies.
Updates on our conference, systematic review, and the research hubs… it’s been another busy month at NCOR!
July’s bulletin is available as a PDF to download.
June saw NCOR invited by the Deparment of Health to a stakeholder event on the reform of regulation of UK health professions. Government feels that the roles and responsibilities of the professional regulatory bodies need to be clarified. NCOR are pleased to have been invited, and we will keep you informed as the process continues.
We’re also continuing with our systematic review of paediatric treatment, and we’re close to starting the hard work of reading and analysing each paper that has made it through the initial sifting. Prior to this, we need to order several papers that we don’t otherwise have access to, and add them to the pile of nearly 100 papers we’re considering at the moment.
Finally, our Centre For Review volunteers continue to generously donate their precious spare time to collating the latest evidence for busy osteopaths to read in bite-size chunks.
June’s bulletin is available as a PDF to download.
Another busy month at NCOR (when isn’t it?) with plenty of progress in all our projects. We’re making headway with the systematic review of paediatric patients, and our volunteers are also progressing with each of their chosen evidence summaries. Our January 2017 conference edges ever-closer towards a date and location, while senior research office Carol Fawkes has summarised fifty-nine trials looking at back pain and neck pain. Plus we’re talking at regional societies and colleges throughout the UK, as well as collecting glowing reports from patients with PREOS. Phew!
The full May 2016 bulletin is available as a PDF.
This month we look at OsteoMAP, NICE guidelines for low back pain and sciatica, and ask if you’d say “somatic dysfunction” to a healthcare provider who’s not an osteopath?
The bulletin is available as a PDF for download here.