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A broad consideration of research possibilities, paradigms and methodologies to inform osteopathic practice

A broad consideration of research possibilities, paradigms and methodologies to inform osteopathic practice
  • Webinar
  • Clinical Course
CPD 1.5
Cost
(inclusive of GST)
Free for members, $38 for non-members
Date 19 Sep 2017
Time 7.30 - 9.00pm

Course Description

Presenter: Denise Cornall

The presentation will explore fundamental ideas about research relating to osteopathic clinical practice by addressing the following questions:

  • In what way is research integral to osteopathic practice?
  • How do we investigate osteopathic clinical practice in a meaningful way?
  • How can I participate in research or explore my research ideas?  

Denise will be reflecting upon her experiences of navigating the research pathway: defining the research topic, preparing and conducting a qualitative study that investigated paediatric clinical practice. However she intends to expand the research space by interviewing osteopath colleagues involved in research and drawing upon their thoughts and experiences with the aim of inspiring others to take the first steps toward getting involved in research or developing their own research ideas.

 

About the presenter:

Denise Cornall

Denise is a registered osteopath and physiotherapist with 37 years of clinical experience.

She has a long history of involvement with osteopathic education, having previously taught at RMIT University, Victoria University (VU), and currently teaches with the SCTF ANZ. At VU, she has also played a key role in the development, coordination, and teaching of a graduate certificate course in neonatal and infant paediatric manual therapy.

Denise has a keen interest in supporting mother and baby health and completed a doctorate study in 2015 that investigated osteopathic treatment of babies with breastfeeding difficulties.

Registration Details

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A broad consideration of research possibilities, paradigms and methodologies to inform osteopathic practice