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Overview

The EUROSPINE Diploma in Interprofessional Spine Care is aimed at developing expertise and empowering spine care professionals of all specialties.

EDISC is EPIC!

Evidence-based
Patient-centred
Interprofessional
Collaborative

This patient-centred education activity, developed by an interprofessional team of experts with guidance from medical education specialists promotes patient-centred and collaborative care using evidence-based best practice to improve patient outcomes.

Target Audience

Chiropractors, medical practitioners, naprapaths, osteopaths, physiotherapists, and other health professionals engaged in spine care, graduated as a clinician from a recognised institution (i.e. professional school or university).
At least two years of clinical experience is recommended but all new graduates are encouraged to register.

Obtain the EUROSPINE Diploma in Interprofessional Spine Care (EDISC)

In order to obtain the EUROSPINE Diploma in Interprofessional Spine Care, practitioners must complete all 7 EDISC modules.

Not all modules can be taken within one year. The maximum number of modules that can be taken within a year is 4.

EDISC Launches during 2019 EduWeek!

The first 4 modules will be launched during the 2019 Education Week (1-5 July 2019, Geneva, Switzerland).

The remaining 3 modules will be made available as of 2020 (dates to be confirmed).

Modules will be launched as follows:
For more information and preliminary programmes, please visit:

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