Moms & Babes Workshop
Presented by - Teara Ashby, DC, DO(MP)
September 28-29th, 2019
Location - Kimberley, BC
“Working in the ease” with Stéphanie Bourgeois, D.O., at the Canadian School of Osteopathy-Vancouver
For the osteopathic practitioners who want to expand their possibilities of approaches in their treatment.
The goal of this course is to inspire them to develop their own techniques adapted to each and every patient, from babies to children to adult to elders.
-The participants will deepen their knowledge of the approach in the ease by learning notions and theories from physics, embryology and physiology that support the approach.
-The participants will review a few anatomy details for them to better visualize their work in the ease.
-The participants will get to practice the application of the theory in class with their colleagues.
-The participants will broaden their understanding of the whole body while appreciating the need to be specific in a global approach.
-The participants will learn how to apply and integrate this approach with patients of all ages, while paying particular attention to the treatment of babies.
Prerequisites: 4th year students and up, D.O.M.P.
Where: Canadian School of Osteopathy-Vancouver
When: September 20th, 21st and 22nd, 2019
Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
To register, please click on this link: https://
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Dear colleagues in Osteopathic Education,
We would kindly like to remind you about the Call for Papers for our upcomig event.
The topic of the seventh “Open Forum for Osteopathic Education” Conference - “Teaching the Working Principles of Osteopathy” is looking at the historical, physiological, mechanical, philosophical, scientific ways of view. It will feature presentations and workshops in this important area.
We would like to invite you to submit a paper for a platform or poster presentation or a short workshop before 31st December 2019in one of the following areas:
- Teaching historical background in principles
- How & why does osteopathy work the way it does?
- Teaching the mechanical principles of osteopathy
- Educational strategies in the mechanical explanation
- Teaching the philosophical explanation of osteopathy.
- Teaching working strategies, such as:
- Teaching the physiological Explanation
- The didactical development of teaching the working principles
- Teaching Phenomenology in education
Please use the Submission Form on the OsEAN website to send us your abstract.
Papers will be made anonymous before being sent to the committee. This is to make the rating process as objectively as possible, based purely on the content and its relevance to the topic of the Open Forum. Nevertheless, we ask you to follow the attached Layout Guidelines.
We would appreciate if you could forward this information to colleagues or faculty members who might be interested in presenting or participating in the conference.
We are looking forward to receiving your submission and to meeting you all at this exciting event!
With kind regards,
Robert Muts D.O.
President of Osteopathic European Academic Network