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The 2016 Graduation Ceremony was, as ever, a great success, with the presentation of 48 M.Ost degrees, 4 PCCertHE and 29 Diploma in Osteopathy (International) awards.

We were joined this year by former ESO Principal, Prof Renzo Molinari; Prof Molinari was instrumental in forming the School's partnership with the Russian Academy of Osteopathic Medicine, which this year celebrates its 20 year milestone.

Celebrations began on graduation eve and continued through to the early hours of Sunday morning with the Graduation Ball. A fantastic and colourful event. Many congratulations to all our award recipients.
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More success for the ESO Research team!

'Exploring Cross-Curriculum Content of Undergraduate Musculoskeletal Therapy Courses Regarding Articular Cartilage', can be accessed free online at http://clinmedjournals.org/…/journal-of-musculoskeletal-dis…. The study was also presented at last November’s Osteopathic Education Conference.

Also free to access online: 'What is the Profile of Individuals Joining the KNEEguru Online Health Community? A Cross-Sectional Mixed-Methods Study' http://www.jmir.org/2016/4/e84/

Congratulations to researchers Phil Bright, Karen Hambly and Sandra Tamakloe on their success.

To find out more about research at the ESO please visit https://www.eso.ac.uk/research-at-the-eso/ or email research@eso.ac.uk

We're proud to be supporting Parkinson's UK at this Sunday's London Marathon. Thirteen of our student practitioners, along with 2 ESO Clinic tutors, will be providing post race massage to runners at the Strand Palace Hotel - it should be an exciting and rewarding experience for all involved.

You can find more information about Parkinson's UK on their websitehttp://www.parkinsons.org.uk/

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First Aid courses now available through the ESO

The European School of Osteopathy now offers a full range of first aid courses, including First Aid at Work, Emergency FAW, Paediatric First Aid and a choice of short/refresher courses. PLUS, we have a dedicated Emergency FAW course for Practitioners, which is specifically aimed at healthcare professionals.

All our courses are accredited by Qualsafe and are delivered by registered first aid trainers; they are QCF nationally recognised qualifications that can count towards cpd hours.

Fees are affordable - just £65 per person per day or £40 for short courses - plus group bookings of more than 8 people qualify for a 15% discount.

Training generally takes place at Boxley House but we can provide off-site training by arrangement. Courses are open to everyone (from individuals to groups of up to 48 people) and can be adapted to provide bespoke training where needed.

We're very excited about this new initiative so please do take a moment to visit our dedicated training websitehttp://www.esotraining.co.uk/ where you can book online and PLEASE DO SHARE!

If you have any questions call 01622 671558 or email training@eso.ac.uk.

We look forward to training with you very soon!
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Looking to qualify as an osteopath?  It's not too late to apply for 2016 entry - to find out more please visit our website https://www.eso.ac.uk/undergraduate-admissions/ or call 01622 671558 and ask to speak to Bernie or Jack in Admissions.

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Animal Osteopathy - don't delay - START YOUR STUDIES THIS APRIL!

We're delighted to formally announce a second intake for our Canine & Equine Animal Osteopathy programmes - students can now choose to enrol in April or in September so there really is no need to wait.

Our animal programmes have been designed specifically with the working osteopath in mind and our flexible pathways mean you can choose to study towards the full MSc, the PG Diploma or the PG Certificate; the Certificate also gives the option of following a purely canine or purely equine pathway.

This is a fantastic opportunity to gain a validated qualification in Animal Osteopathy. You can find full course details on our website at https://www.eso.ac.uk/animal-osteopathic-programmes/  by emailing animalosteopathy@eso.ac.uk or by calling +44(0)1622 671558
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It was a chilly start to the day for some of our 1st year students as they headed off to the Brighton & Sussex Medical School for Prosection observation.
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We look forward to welcoming Tim Coysten to Boxley this Saturday 24th October for a one-day CPD event: Unlocking the Lumbar Spine, Thorax and Upper Extremity

Tim will examine the lumbar spine, thorax and upper extremity, exploring the functions and dysfunctions of these parts of the body. Through this exploration you will be shown how to assess and treat these important parts of the body using new protocols and techniques. Using a combination of anatomy, physiology and biomechanics, together with demonstration and supervised practical sessions, you will learn new skills to further enable you to understand, diagnose and treat the Lumbar spine, Thorax and Upper extremity.
This is the second in a three-part course - attendance of Part one is not a pre-requisite of attendance. Part three will examine the Cervical spine, TMJ and Cranial systems.

TO BOOK YOUR PLACE visit: https://www.eso.ac.uk/event/

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We are delighted to share an announcement from the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy, which outlines a shorter version of their Module 2 Osteopathy in the Cranial Field Course, open to graduates and faculty of the ESO:

"The SCCO recognises the ESO as the preeminent undergraduate institution for osteopathy. ESO graduates leave with the most thorough training in cranial osteopathy of all the UK undergraduate institutions. In recognition of this, we have decided to offer a shorter version of our Module 2 Osteopathy in the Cranial Field Course to graduates of the ESO as entry onto our Fellowship programme.
This 20 hour course, has been organised by the SCCO, will be directed by Sue Turner FSCCO supported by leading SCCO Faculty including Dianna Harvey FSCCO, and will take place at the ESO Campus in Maidstone."

Further information can be found on the SCCO's website at http://www.scco.ac/why-us/facu/module-2-osteopathy-cranial-field-mini-course-eso/

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Animal Osteopathy - DON'T MISS OUT ON A PLACE!

A reminder that our new Animal Osteopathy pathways begin this September, starting with the Canine Studies course. All courses can be taken as stand-alone 20 credit CPD or you can choose to progress to a recognised professional qualification.

To book your place or for more information visit our website at https://www.eso.ac.uk/animal-osteopathic-programmes/ or email animalosteopathy@eso.ac.uk
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