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Osteopath associate and principal relationships

The May/June Osteopathy Today (pp. 15-18) reveals more of the results of the Osteopathic census.  There is an incredible disparity between the support that Principals believe they are giving and the supports that associates consider they are receiving.  For example 15-20% of associates reported formal clinical support took place as apposed to 25-40% of principals.  Freeth et al. (2012) found that practitioners don’t support one another because principals don’t have the skills, don’t want the responsibility, don’t have the time to mentor an associate or associates are unwilling to engage Continue Reading »