UPDATE: The 2020 Advancing Skills in Osteopathy Courses have been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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2020 Advancing Skills in Osteopathy (ASO) Courses
The A.T. Still Research Institute has announced the dates for their 2020 ASO programs that will be held in Kirksville, MO. The ASO Course is a novel continuing education program that provides participants the most advanced series of training courses in palpation world-wide. The goal of the ASO program is to provide objective feedback using state-of-the-art instrumentation to assist motivated and skilled clinicians in osteopathic principles and practices. This course will refine and standardize clinicians’ skills and provide a personal, motivational experience of osteopathic history.
The ASO program features extensive hands-on training dedicated to providing objective feedback on the accuracy of each participant’s palpatory skills. Participants will develop strategies to improve performance and interpretation of techniques through mentorship with faculty, peer critique and self-directed learning with calibrated models. These courses range from 15-30 hours and will accommodate from 6 to 10 attendees.
Scheduled dates and hours:
June 4-6, 2020 (17-hour course)Registration Deadline: April 6, 2020
August 24-28, 2020 (30-hour course) Registration Deadline: June 29, 2020
September 21-25, 2020 (30-hour course) Registration Deadline: July 20, 2020
September 28-30, 2020 (17-hour course) Registration Deadline: July 27, 2020
Course costs range from $850 to $1,500, but will be offered to DO-Touch.NET members and resident physicians at a discounted rate. Highlight these dates on you calendar and plan to attend as courses are available on a first come basis. Agenda and registration links will be available soon!
I am Jane Johnson, MA, the Associate Director of DO-Touch.NET and a Research Assistant Professor with the A.T. Still Research Institute. As a statistician who is passionate about osteopathic manipulation, I spend my time on designing, analyzing, and publishing research about OMT.