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. This event provides details on patient reported outcomes and the importance of integrating them into an OMM practice and will provide up to 4 hours of AOA Category 1-A credits. We hope you can attend!
For more information and registration please go to: https://ce.atsu.edu/events/do-touch-net-2020-annual-meeting-and-educational-seminar/
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.