Continuing Education

Dear member,

The Ontario Federation of Osteopathic Professionals is continuously striving to maintain the highest possible standards regarding osteopathic continuing education and training.

Based on the principles of the World Health Organization’s Benchmarks for Training in Osteopathy it is mandatory that you as a member of the Ontario Federation of Osteopathic Professionals participate in osteopathic continuing education courses. As a member you are required to complete a minimum of 48 CEU during every two-year period. For example, starting January 2014, you will need to have completed a minimum of 48 CEU by January 2016. This can include any combination of courses that total a minimum of 48 CEU.

To maintain records of your progress and update the registration status of your membership, we ask that you submit proof of your course completion in the form of osteopathic continuing education certificates with a clear indication of hours completed for each course.

You can find a list of approved educational facilities on our website. If you are interested in a course that is not listed please contact us prior to registering to ensure that this course will be accepted.

The Board of Directors recommends to the OFOP Members to attend CE Courses that provided by Osteopaths from Associations or Colleges who are members of OIA

Continuing Education Courses Sponsored By Ontario Federation Of Osteopathic Professionals

Event Information:

  • Sat
    26
    Sep
    2020
    Sun
    27
    Sep
    2020

    Osteopathic approach to pandemic of Coronavirus:  Avian Flu 1918 and 2020

    2:00 pm 470 North Rivermede Rd, Unit #7B, Concord, ON L4K 2N2

    Osteopathic approach to pandemic of Coronavirus:  Avian Flu 1918 and 2020

    In light of the Pandemic, it is important for OFOP members to attend this course to understand the importance of osteopathy in treating patients with COVID-19 who have apparent symptomatic and asymptomatic conditions.
    This continued education course is highly recommended by WHO and OIA in order to provide treatment and help in these turbulent times of the recent Pandemic and uncertainty.
    for more info: www.osteoed.ca