2020 Programme

Please note that: the Program of the Conference is not complete and may be subject to minor changes
The Conference will be held in English language with translation into French language.

Friday 02th October 2020

PROGRAMME – “Going Virtual”

09:00 Opening ceremony (Live)
CEESO representative
 
09:10 Authorities (Live)
Public health representative, local ministry of health
09:00-17:15

Day sessions
OSTEOPATHY IN PRACTICE – NEW UNDERSTANDING AND PERSPECTIVES

09:20 - 11:00 KEYNOTE SESSION 1: INNOVATIVE APPROACHES IN OSTEOPATHY (Live)
Moderator: Jean Boyer
 
09:20 Innovative approaches in practice - Jerry Draper-Rodi
 
10:00 Specificity and non-specificity of touch in neonatology - Andrea Manzotti
 
10:20 Uses and misuses of non-linear systems in modelling the multiple states of health and disease - Marco Gabutti
 
10:40 Discussion & Practical approach
 
11:00 Coffee break
 
11:30 - 12:30 WORKSHOP (live + available recording online)

Moderator: Guillaume Bretelle

 
Workshop 1: Osteopathic clinical models - Jerry Draper Rodi and Marco Gabutti

 

12:30 Lunch and side activities
 
14:00 - 15:20 KEYNOTE SESSION 2: INNOVATIVE APPROACHES IN OSTEOPATHY (Live)
Moderator: Paola Tavernier / Gianni Marangelli
 
14:00 Methodological challenges in osteopathic research - Gerard Alvarez
 
14:20 Are you ready for the future? placebo is here- Francesco Cerritelli
 
14:40 A brief introduction to psychologically informed practice for osteopaths- Hilary Abbey
 
15:00 Discussion & Practical approach
 
15:30 Afternoon break
 
16:00 - 17:30 RESEARCH ORAL PRESENTATIONS (live + available recording online)
Moderator: Rafael Zegarra-Parodi
 
16:00 Effect of osteopathic manipulative treatment on dysmenorrhea : a randomized controlled trial - Sarah Asnoune
 
16:15 Impact of the contextual therapeutic effects on the satisfaction of patients who suffer from back pains during a consultation of osteopathy: an experimental study - Alassoeur Hélène
 
16:30 Integrating the biopsychosocial model in the osteopathic management of patients with chronic pain : design and validation of an educational support. A pilot study - Julie Le Goff
 
16:45 The BP56: a reliable tool to measure plagiocephaly and brachycephaly in clinical practice - Alexy Guery
 
17:00 Effect of Osteopathic Treatment as Adjunct Therapy in Cervical Dystonia Patients Treated with Incobotulinumtoxin A - Gabrielle Venne
 

Saturday 03 October 2020

PROGRAMME – “Going Virtual”

09:00-18:15

Day sessions
OSTEOPATHY AND PUBLIC HEALTH

09:00 - 10:40 KEYNOTE SESSION 3: PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY AND VALORISATION (Live)
Moderator: Cyril Clouzeau
 
09:00 Touch as an ethic challenge for professional identity - Elodie Camier Lemoine
 
09:40 Medicality and osteopathy - Pierre-Luc l'Hermite
 
10:00 Gatekeeping, referral, networking – the actual role and place of osteopathic care - Patrick van Dun
 
10:20 Discussion & Pratical approach
 
10:40 Coffee break and side activities
 
11:30 - 12:30 WORKSHOP (live + available recording online)
Moderator: Anne-Sophie Heissat
 
Workshop 3: Communication: person centeredness, shared decision, goal setting - Steven Vogel
 
12:30 Lunch and side activities
 
14:00 - 15:20 SESSION 4: CHALLENGES IN PUBLIC HEALTH (Live)
Moderator: Agathe Wagner
 
14:00 Health digitalization and future challenges for osteopathy - Paul Vaucher
 
14:20 The place of osteopathy in public health in the French context - Stéphane Beaume
 
14:40 Lessons from a pandemic - The unique nature in which the osteopathic consult can support (and become an essential part of) our public health system - Julie Ellwood
 
15:00 Discussion & Practical approach
 
15:20 COME Award Ceremony
 
15:40 Short afternoon break
 
16:00 - 18:00 WORKSHOPS (live + available recording online)
Moderator: Olivier Merdy
 
16:00 Workshop 4: Osteopathic clinical trials: a pragmatic approach - Sonia Roura & Gerard Alvarez
 
17:00 Workshop 5: #NATIVE: experiencing temporary meditative states to explore your intuitive palpatory skills - Rafael Zegarra Parodi & Alexis Dubas
 
18:00 Closing ceremony
 
POSTER PRESENTATION (website)
  • 'Clinical Battle': An educational setting based on simulation and gamification : Implications for osteopathic clinical training  - Hakim Mhadhbi
  • Beliefs about chronic low back pain amongst osteopaths registered in Spain: A cross-sectional survey - Tom Van Biesen
  • Effects of a myofascial technique on the structure and biomechanical properties of the thoracolumbar fascia in chronic low back pain adults: a pre-experimental study protocol - Devantéry Karine
  • Evolution of empathy through an osteopath’s experience: A questionnaire survey -  Ben Slama Lilia
  • Impact of Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment on range of motion of jaw and cervical spine in competitive boxers - Thomas Mom
  • Influence of Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment on range of motion of jaw and cervical spine: a school based randomized controlled trial on asymptomatic and bruxism students - Thomas Bagory
  • Open Access to Osteopathic HealthCare: A socioeconomic solidarity-based model, “Osteo Sospeso”  - Hakim Mhadhbi
  • Therapeutic profiles of osteopathic students in France: an observational study - Charline Le Goff
  • Ulticenter PROMS study of the utility of osteopathi manual therapy on chronic pelvic pain syndrome - Carlos Rabal Conesa
  • What is the effect of osteopathy on plantar fasciitis in addition to chiropody? - Léa Deffeuille
  • Correlation study between the level of expectations of patients with spinal pain disorders and the effectiveness of osteopathic manipulative treatment. An experimental study - Florence Trinh

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