Events of interest to osteopaths and manual therapists. Unless otherwise stated, NCOR does not organise these events and is not responsible for their content.
The 12th International Osteopathic Symposium in Nantes organized by IdHEO will take place on the 15th-16th of March 2019. The topic will be “Management of chronic pain: emerging concepts and multidisciplinarity”
The scientific committee will chose studies that present innovative research that can have an impact on the osteopathic profession. Read more
This free symposium is aimed at clinicians who are considering or already engaged in a research career in healthcare. The schedule includes a keynote speech, research presentations, research career journey stories, interactive workshops and poster viewing/networking opportunities. It is aimed at clinicians with 4-8 years of experience. Read more
NCOR will be delivering a day-long conference on 2nd of March 2019 which is aimed at issues faced by all osteopaths and allied health practitioners. The conference is titled “Clinical Conundrums”, and will feature the latest research on managing and exploring uncertainty in a variety of clinical situations. Read more
Date: Saturday 30th June, 2018 from 10-00am to 12-00noon
The topic for discussion will be burnout and promoting resilience in clinical practice. Read more
The conference will be on 29th June – 1st July at the de Vere Hotel in Reading.
The theme is “The Phenomenon of Osteopathy”, and will include sessions on “navigating the CPD jungle: enquiry and evidence for cranial osteopaths”, case reviews, and practice management. Read more
This will be the fourth annual Chief Allied Health Professions Officer’s conference. The event will focus on innovations in digital, leadership and integration and will include a celebration of the NHS 70 birthday. There will be an opportunity to hear from key note speakers on what the future may hold and how we can collectively influence this. Read more
Date: 11th December from 6:30pm.
The topic for discussion will be case-based discussion. Read more
Topic will be: case-based discussions. Read more