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9 March 2017

Get alerted to key new articles in the 'International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine' by following the journal's new Twitter account.

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New members of GOsC Council appointed

21 February 2017

The General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) is pleased to announce the appointment of two new osteopath members to its Council – Elizabeth Elander and Simeon London.

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London osteopath removed from the GOsC Register

17 February 2017

The General Osteopathic Council (GOsC), the UK regulator for osteopaths, has removed Habib Chharawala of the Bruggemeyer’s Osteopathic Practice in Herne Hill, from its Register.

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The ABC of CPD

15 February 2017

The new issue of the osteopath magazine explains how we are helping osteopaths prepare for the new approach to CPD.

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Hadleigh osteopath removed from the GOsC Register

30 January 2017

The General Osteopathic Council (GOsC), the UK regulator for osteopaths, has removed Nicholas Salway from Hadleigh in Suffolk, from its Register.

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GOsC successfully prosecutes struck off former osteopath

25 January 2017

The UK regulator of osteopaths, the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC), has brought a successful prosecution against Nigel Graham for unlawfully describing himself as an osteopath.

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GOsC Council meets on 1 February

23 January 2017

The first Council meeting of 2017 takes place at Osteopathy House at 10am on Wednesday 1 February.

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Last chance to apply for Policy Advisory Committee

2 January 2017

Recruitment for two osteopath and two lay members of our Policy Advisory Committee closes on 11 January, so this is your last chance to apply.

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Baby talk: advertising about treating children and pregnant women

15 December 2016

New guidance on advertising from the ASA is the subject of the lead article in the latest issue of 'the osteopath'.

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ASA guidance on advertising claims about treating babies, children and pregnant women

2 December 2016

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has been working closely with the osteopathic profession to produce new guidance about advertising claims that relate to the treatment of babies, children and pregnant women.

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