Code of Conduct and Standards of Practice
These have been based on the work by Caroline Stone, as part of the Capabilities for Osteopathic practice project, commissioned by the New South Wales Osteopaths Registration Board, Australia. As this is now a general register, with members drawn from a variety of professions, the Standards are currently being updated top reflect this pan professional dynamic.
The current (adopted) Standards can be downloaded here.
The code of conduct is in development and will be able to be downloaded here.
The background and links to other documents (including associated published articles) relating to the original ‘Capabilities Project’ can be found below.
Assessment of osteopaths: Developing a capability-based approach to reviewing readiness to practice. Caroline Stone, David Boud, Paul Hager. International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine, Volume 14, Issue 4, 2011, Pages 129-140, ISSN 1746-0689, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijosm.2011.09.001 http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1746068911000861
The following documents have been previously available in the public domain, and so are included here.
Capabilities of Paediatric Osteopaths, July 2015 Caroline Stone. A Report For the Osteopathic Council of New Zealand.
Report on Overseas Assessment Process for ANZOC, 2011
(file now replaced with a different document)
Report on Research Project to develop a model of osteopathic capabilities. Prof Paul Hager, Prof David Boud, Caroline Stone
15 June 2009.
CLICK HERE FOR THE ‘CAPABILITIES FOR OSTEOPATHIC PRACTICE‘ AS REFERRED TO IN THE REPORT.
CLICK HERE FOR OCNZ ADOPTION OF SAME CAPABILITIES – OCNZ POLICY PROPOSAL, WHICH WAS APPROVED.