Talk to Medical Students
In October Jolyon Livingston visited Bristol University to give his fourth annual lecture on osteopathic medicine to second year medical students. He said: ‘It is marvellous to see how motivated the students are and a great opportunity to demonstrate osteopathic thinking and technique to our doctors of the future.’
Examining in Sweden
In February Jolyon Livingston travelled to Sweden to moderate the Final Clinical Competence Assessment of final year students at the Stockholm College of Osteopathic Medicine. He also moderated the FCC assessments at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in North London in June. The assessments are the final test of the students’ fitness to practise …More
Dave in Hill Climb Challenge
Dave Davies joined in with the Tour of Britain festivities in Great Malvern, taking part in the Hill Climb Challenge.
Cricklade Charity Run
Jolyon and Kelly together with Jolyon’s daughter Clemmie Livingston had great fun competing in the Cricklade 10K charity race on Sunday (October 5). Congratulations to the organisers for making it such a great day. Clem finished in just over 47 minutes. Her dad was a bit slower.
Defibrillator for Cricklade
Cricklade Osteopathic Health Practice made the local news when we joined forces with the town’s dental and optometrist practices to donate a life-saving defibrillator to Cricklade. The machine allows someone with no medical training to deliver electrical impulses to restart someone’s heart after cardiac arrest. The machine automatically calibrates itself to deliver exactly the right …More
Lecture to Medical Students
In mid November I enjoyed talking to second year medical students at Bristol. It was a great opportunity to demonstrate to future doctors how osteopaths work. Even doctors who refer patients to us are not always sure what we do and the many different conditions that we can help.