(Colorado Springs, Colorado) DO-Touch.NET Practice-Based Research Network’s (PBRN) 10th annual meeting was held on 2020.03.11 just before the start of the 2020 AAO Convocation in Colorado. Discussions included the use of Patient-reported outcomes in clinical settings and the launch of the PBRN’s Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment Effectiveness and Safety Patient Registry (OESPRY). The slides for the […]Read More PBRN’s 10th Annual Meeting
(Colorado Springs, Colorado.) On the Tuesday before the AAO Convocation DO-Touch.NET sponsored a Residency Research Enrichment Program to showcase the efforts of our Practice-Based Research Network (PBRN). The program encouraged Medical Residents and Medical Resident Directors to learn about using PBRN based research and to foster the next generation of clinician-researchers. The slides for the […]Read More Residency Research Enrichment Program
Jane Johnson, DO-Touch.NET Associate Director, and Brian Degenhardt, DO-Touch.NET Director, presented results on the characteristics of adult patients who use osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT) to address some of their health problems. Share via: Jane JohnsonI am Jane Johnson, MA, the Associate Director of DO-Touch.NET and a Research Assistant Professor with the A.T. Still Research Institute. […]Read More Who uses OMT? We have an answer!
Earn up to 4 hours of AOA Category 1-A credits at the DO-Touch.NET Annual Meeting and Educational Seminar
Measuring the Impacts of OMM: Patient-reported Outcomes in the Clinical Setting Just prior to the AAO Convocation, DO-Touch.NET will host our Annual Meeting on Wednesday morning (March 11, 2020; 8:00 AM-12:00 PM). During this meeting we will be introducing our new study, the OMT Effectiveness and Safety Patient Registry (OESPRY), scheduled to launch in 2020. […]Read More Earn up to 4 hours of AOA Category 1-A credits at the DO-Touch.NET Annual Meeting and Educational Seminar
The power of osteopathy has always been best illustrated by the success individual patients report from receiving manipulative care. The ability to touch, identify real problems that may or may not be perceived by the patient, and to provide relief from or cure of those problems has allowed osteopathy to flourish throughout the 20th century […]Read More FROM THE DIRECTOR: 2020 Vision
Many of you have expressed an interest in an Advancing Skills in Osteopathy (ASO) Course specific for your organization/program/residency. We would like to identify and schedule those requests for the 2020 calendar year. In case you are not familiar, the Advancing Skills in Osteopathy (ASO) Program is a novel continuing education program that provides participants […]Read More Schedule Your ASO Now!
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On October 6, 2018, Dr. Brian Degenhardt received an honorary membership of the VOD. Marina Fuhrmann, MSc, (USA), DO® MRO® had these words to say: Today we want to honor a special friend and supporter of the VOD. Most of you have known him for many years, his wonderful contributions in lectures and workshops on […]Read More Dr. Brian Degenhardt Receives Honorary Membership of the VOD