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Learning strategies of osteopathic techniques and clinical decision-making. Implications for osteopathic education. Preliminary study

Abstract : A number of different osteopathic techniques can be observed nowadays (Fryer, 2008). The teaching of these techniques is widely dependent on strategies chosen by the schools and their teaching staff (Browning et al. 2010). In addition, many different techniques and practices can be recorded across Europe, despite the teachings of Andrew Taylor Still who founded Osteopathy (Still, 1910). One of the reasons behind such findings could be that field experience would be the source of integrated skills among therapists. This study puts forward a methodology that allows the analysis of practices by experienced osteopaths. The aim of this preliminary study was to analyse the different integrated skills used in their practice, thus reflecting on their acquisition skills and their future teachings.
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Elise Le Roux, Quentin Kerebel, Monique Loquet, Geneviève Lameul, Benoît Erieau, et al.. Learning strategies of osteopathic techniques and clinical decision-making. Implications for osteopathic education. Preliminary study. Conference: UCO International Education Conference 2017 Tomorrow’s Osteopaths: strengthening the foundations of osteopathic education, Dec 2017, Londres, United Kingdom. ⟨hal-01732981⟩

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