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If you’ve ever considered taking your child to an osteopath, we’d love to hear from you!

More and more parents are taking their children to see osteopaths but how do they decide which practitioners to see and what influences their choices? The Osteopathic Development Group is running a focus group in April to find out.

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What is involved?

A focus group with parents to find out what they think is important when considering osteopathic care for their children.

When and where will it take place?

Saturday 21st April 2018, 10.00am to 13.00pm

London SW18

Would I be paid for participating?

Participants will be offered a £60 John Lewis voucher to compensate them for their time. A light lunch will also be provided at the end of the meeting.

How do I get involved?

If you would be interested in participating in the focus group­­, please email ACP@iOsteopathy.org with ‘ACP Focus Group’ in the subject of the email.

  

Osteopathic Development Group

The Osteopathic Development Group (ODG) brings together the major osteopathic organisations in the UK, working in partnership on a number of projects to support the long-term development of osteopathy. The ODG grew as an initiative following a series of debates held around the country in 2012 to consider the future development of the osteopathic profession. Following these meetings, a stakeholder group comprising representatives of the Institute of Osteopathy (the professional body for osteopaths), Council for Osteopathic Educational Institutions (representing the colleges and universities that teach osteopathy), the General Osteopathic Council (the osteopathic regulator), the National Council for Osteopathic Research (representing the research community) and the Osteopathic Alliance (representing the post-registration training providers) came together to agree a shared development agenda. From these initial discussions, a vision for the future and an outline action plan was formulated. The Osteopathic Development Group identified initially eight projects to support the development of the profession.

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