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World AIDS Day 2014

World AIDS Day 2014 is on Monday 1st December and is an opportunity for people all over the world to unite in the fight against HIV, to show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died. At the British School of Osteopathy we run two weekly clinics specialising in treating patients with HIV and AIDS. The Chapman Clinic runs three times a week in our Southwark-based teaching clinic. We also run a weekly clinic at The Royal Free Hospital’s Ian Charleson Day Centre in north-west London, which is generously supported by the Peter Moores Foundation....(more)

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The BSO at War

Remembrance Sunday, the second Sunday in November, is the day traditionally put aside to remember all those who have given their lives for the peace and freedom we enjoy today. On this day people across the nation pause to reflect on the sacrifices made by our brave service men and women. As this year marks the Centenary of the First World War, we have asked National Osteopathic Archive historian and author, John O'Brien, to write a piece about the British School of Osteopathy during the early part of the 20th Century and how osteopaths contributed to the war effort by offering their skills to injured soldiers....(more)

"The Bonesetters: A History of Osteopathy" Launch Party

On Tuesday 26th February, the British School of Osteopathy will be hosting a launch party to celebrate John O'Brien's book, "The Bonesetters: A History of Osteopathy". John O'Brien practised as an Osteopath for 40 years and in that time taught Osteopathic History and Clinical Studies and spent 21 years as a final clinical examiner. He gained his MA in the History of Medicine in 2007 and is co-founder and archivist at the National Osteopathic Archive (NOA) in London. He also started the Osteopathic History Group which is closely associated with the NOA....(more)

Peter Moores Foundation donates £10,000 to the BSO

Patients, staff and students from The British School of Osteopathy (BSO) were thrilled to begin 2013 with a £10,000 grant from the Peter Moores Foundation for their osteopathic clinics for people with HIV. ...(more)

BSO Outreach: Clinic at Ian Charleston Day Centre, Royal Free Hospital

The BSO is working to make osteopathy accessible to everyone. Here we profile our outreach work with people with HIV/AIDS at the Ian Charleson Day Centre at the Royal Free Hospital, north London: “I am just so comfortable coming here: it’s like a second home to me. You can get different students treating you, but they all come from different backgrounds, so they can have different approaches which can be helpful, for example if I have a new problem. And they all know my HIV status, so I can be honest with them, which helps them to learn too....(more)

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