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Research Matters 2016 – Staffordshire

After our successful London Research Conference last Saturday we are very excited about our forthcoming Staffordshire event on Saturday 19th November 2016 at Staffordshire University.

We have a fabulous line up of speakers.  Julie Thompson (Head of Research at The College of Osteopaths and Osteopath) will once again be hosting the conference.  There will be presentations by our undergraduates and alumni and we are also joined by our guests Carol Fawkes from NCOR and Professor Tony Stewart.

Reviewing practice with audit and outcome measurement

Carol Fawkes BA (Hons), DO, Lic.Ac., PG Cert, MSc.

Osteopath, Acupuncturist and NCOR Research Officer


Using patient outcome measures in an osteopathy teaching clinic”

Brian Isbell

PhD, BSc (Hons), PGCE, DO, MRN

Osteopath, Naturopath, Cranio-Sacral Therapist and Governor and Trustee of the College of Osteopaths


How do Osteopaths perceive, think and feel about adjunctive therapies in relation to restoring patients to functional health; A qualitative thematic analysis

Nicola Eastwood HND (Hotel Management)

MOst undergraduate (CO), Sports Massage and Manual Therapist and Senior Manager in RAC Operations Centres


Osteopaths’ views and experiences of identifying and providing advice for urinary incontinence in women: a qualitative study

Maria Robinson BA (Hons) Business Studies

MOst undergraduate (CO), NHS Research Facilitator, member of NCOR Research Hub and NCOR Centre for Reviews


Osteopathic intervention for tension type headache: A qualitative interview study

Phoebe May Smith BA (Mod Lang and Business)

MOst undergraduate (CO) and Manual Therapist


“Introduction to Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT)”

Professor Tony Stewart FFPH, MPH, SFHEA

Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) Advanced Practitioner and Master Trainer, Clinical Hypnotherapist and Matrix Re-imprinting Practitioner and Trainer. Lecturer at the College of Osteopaths.


To book a place at the Research Conference or find out about our other events please visit our CPD page here.

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