The ESO’s Research & Professional Development team is pleased to be collaborating with the National Council for Osteopathic Research (NCOR) and the University College of Osteopathy (UCO) on new research: ‘Crying, Unsettled and Distressed Infants: Effectiveness Study’ – otherwise known as CUTIES. With established links with universities in Australia and Switzerland, this is a truly […]
Would you like to contribute to Parkinson’s research? If you are aged 50-85 years old – healthy or with Parkinson’s – then you could take part in this joint research study. To find out more please contact Anna Ferrusola-Pastrana at the University of Kent on 01634 888903 or email A.Ferrusola-Pastrana@kent.ac.uk.
More research success at the ESO. Jane Beazley, Graduate of 2015, was recently awarded first prize at the OsEAN Open Forum in Vienna. Jane provided a poster presentation on her undergraduate research ‘A study to observe patient involvement in shared decision making at the European School of Osteopathy teaching clinic, compared to National Health Service physiotherapists. A […]
The ESO research team ended 2015 on a high, with the publication of an Adverse Events article in the European Journal of Integrative Medicine. Between 21st December and 8th February, the article can be accessed in full by following the link http://authors.elsevier.com/a/1SEX16geyxV2CQ. This has been a hugely successful year for ESO research and our congratulations go to […]
ESO graduate Katie Johnston has been invited to enter the British Medical Ultrasound Society (BMUS) competition for the award of best paper in the Ultrasound journal by a postgraduate student. This follows an article published in Ultrasound relating to her undergraduate research work: Temporomandibular joint effusion and its relationship with perceived disability assessed using musculoskeletal ultrasound and a […]
We are delighted that the ESO Research Department has enjoyed more success this summer, with osteopathic research accepted for publication: Osteopathic educators’ attitudes towards osteopathic principles and their application in clinical practice: A qualitative enquiry Manual Therapy (doi: 10.1016/j.math.2015.09.003) Hannah Kasiri-Martino, Phil Bright Reporting patterns and predictors of common minor adverse events following osteopathic treatment: […]
Another first for ESO! On the 11th of December, Katie Johnston presented to the British Medical Ultra Sound Society (BMUS), her research on the possible linkage of patient-perceived pain in the temperomandibular joint (TMJ) with the width of the TMJ assessed via ultra sound. This work was initially undertaken as her undergraduate research dissertation from 2013. She […]