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September 5 th – 8 th 2013 Nottingham Conference Centre, United Kingdom www.nspine.co.uk. The BOA Spinal Fellowship. Maurice Cheng Chief Executive. The role of the BOA. Promotes and develops the profession Provides independent representation

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September 5th – 8th 2013

Nottingham Conference Centre, United Kingdom

www.nspine.co.uk

the boa spinal fellowship

The BOA Spinal Fellowship

Maurice Cheng

Chief Executive

the role of the boa
The role of the BOA
  • Promotes and develops the profession
  • Provides independent representation
  • Offers protection, support and services for osteopaths
  • Holds the regulator to account
  • Invests in key programmes that develop the profession
    • NCOR
    • Osteopathic Development Group projects
    • Nottingham QMC Spinal Unit
the fellowship in context
The Fellowship in context
  • UK osteopathy is traditionally based around individual private practice
  • Statutory regulation was a significant step in recognition of the benefits of osteopathy
  • Understanding of the real benefits of osteopathy needs partnership with traditional healthcare professionals
  • BOA proud to support John Winton’s initiative
other osteopathic initiatives
Other osteopathic initiatives
  • Mainly in community care:
    • Charles Peers in Plymouth
    • Jonathan Hearsey in Sussex
    • Greg Sharp in Essex
  • Evidence gathered to date has been invaluable
  • Evidence on SpineTango beginning to look very interesting indeed
  • New BOA Working Group on Osteopathy in the NHS
osteopathic development group
Osteopathic Development Group
  • Key osteopathic stakeholders working together
    • Membership body
    • Regulator
    • Qualification schools
    • Postgraduate institutions
    • Research centre
  • Programme of work based around extensive consultation with osteopaths
  • Critical development for future of osteopathy in the UK

Council of Osteopathic Educational Institutions

future of the profession
Future of the Profession
  • Projects include
    • Building evidence
    • Developing clear service standards
    • Developing a framework to recognise advanced practice
    • Providing a mentoring scheme for new practitioners
    • Career development
    • Leadership
    • International collaboration
    • Regional Support
  • BOA providing core project management and secretariat, and leading a number of programmes
boa s vision for 2018
BOA’s Vision for 2018

To achieve a Royal Charter

for the osteopathic profession

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