This document contains the full guidance for osteopaths on the GOsC CPD scheme requirements. The CPD scheme provides assurance of continuing fitness to practise for every osteopath on the Statutory Register, by encouraging osteopaths to develop their practice as members …
This workbook has been prepared to support osteopaths in planning their CPD. It does help to have a plan and to give some thought to what areas of CPD you wish to focus on during a particular timeframe.
This workbook has been prepared to support osteopaths in keeping their CPD records. You might choose to keep your records in the o zone area in, the CPD Diary, as many osteopaths do now, but the new system will allow you the flexibility to use other methods if you wish and we will explore explore these in this guide.
This resource has been prepared to support osteopaths in fulfilling the requirement of the new CPD scheme that osteopaths undertake at least one CPD activity relating to communication and consent during their three-year CPD cycle
Osteopaths, like other healthcare professionals, often make use of patient testimonials in their marketing literature and on their websites. Sometimes, osteopaths with high profile patients such as performers or athletes, are featured in articles about their work with such patients. …
Peer observation is an example of 'an objective activity' – it’s a means of getting objective feedback on your practice from a colleague, enabling you to reflect on what you do and to consider how you might enhance your practice.
The Royal College of Surgeons has developed guidance on consent that sets out the principles for working with patients through a process of supported decision-making, and a series of podcasts that illustrate those principles in practice.