In addition to the research projects and publications led by UCO staff, we are also committed to disseminating the findings from high quality student research.

All the completed projects are accessible via the UCO library database and student projects that have been accepted for publication in the last three years include:

Simpson PA, Mars T & Esteves JE (2017). A systematic review of randomised controlled trials using Acceptance and commitment therapy as an intervention in the management of non-malignant, chronic pain in adults. International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine 24, 18-31.

Zangoni, G., & Thomson, O. P. (2016). “I need to do another course”- Italian physiotherapists’ knowledge and beliefs when assessing psychosocial factors in patients presenting with chronic low back pain. Musculoskeletal Science and Practice, 27, 71–77.

Thomson, O. P., & Collyer, K. (2016). “Talking a different language” – A qualitative study on low back pain patients’ interpretation of the language used by student osteopaths. International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine.

Hirai, P. M., & Thomson, O. P. (2016). T4 syndrome- A distinct theoretical concept or elusive clinical entity? A case report. Journal of Bodyw.ork and Movement Therapies, 20(4), 722–727.

Hohenschurz-Schmidt, D. J., Esteves, J. E., & Thomson, O. P. (2016). Tensegrity and manual therapy practice: A qualitative study. International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine, 21, 5–18.

Pollard-Smith, T., & Thomson, O. P. (2016). Professional ballet dancers’ experience of injury and osteopathic treatment in the UK: A qualitative study. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies.

Brunt, H., & Abbey, H. (2014). An audit of the accuracy of medication documentation in a United Kingdom osteopathic training clinic before and after an educational intervention. International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine, 17(2), 102–109.