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Osteopathic practice standards

Osteopathic Practice Standards Pocket Guide

68kb

27 May 2015 PDF

Sets out the 37 practice standards, without the associated guidance, for easy reference.

Osteopathic Practice Standards Quick Guide

49kb

27 May 2015 PDF

A4 size quick guide to the 37 osteopathic practice standards.

Communicating benefits and risks

5612kb

26 May 2015 PPT

PowerPoint presentation: Osteopathic Practice Standards. Presented at GOsC regional conferences 2012 by Pippa Bark.

Introducing the new Osteopathic Practice Standards

1170kb

26 May 2015 PPT

PowerPoint presentation. Presented at GOsC regional conferences 2012 by Velia Soames.

Risks and benefits

4379kb

26 May 2015 PPT

PowerPoint presentation. Presented at GOsC 2012 regional conferences by Steven Vogel.

Consent guidance for osteopaths practising in England and Wales

166kb

26 March 2015 PDF

Obtaining consent: Patients’ capacity to give consent: guidance for osteopaths practising in England and Wales

Consent guidance for osteopaths practising in Northern Ireland

165kb

26 March 2015 PDF

Obtaining consent: Patients’ capacity to give consent: guidance for osteopaths practising in Northern Ireland

Consent guidance for osteopaths practising in Scotland

171kb

26 March 2015 PDF

Obtaining consent: Patients’ capacity to give consent: guidance for osteopaths practising in Scotland

Communicating risks of treatment and informed consent in osteopathic practice

1796kb

24 March 2014 PDF

Communicating risks of treatment and informed consent in osteopathic practice
NCOR2 Final report September 2011

Communication and patient partnership: Oct/Nov 2011

268kb

24 March 2014 PDF

GOsC news: communication and patient partnership: Oct/Nov 2011
Communication and patient partnership is one of the four underpinning themes of the Osteopathic
Practice Standards and a fundamental aspect of healthcare practice but it can also be among the
most challenging.

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