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EDISC Course 2023

The EUROSPINE Diploma in Interprofessional Spine Care runs is 3rd cohort in 2023. Find further details on the modules, faculty and registration below.

Different spine care professionals

EDISC addresses important new developments on the management of spinal disorders. The course offers 7 modules that cover various topics including issues related to the biomedical versus biopsychosocial model, how to best integrate new evidence into practice, how to gather clinical evidence and how to overcome barriers to interprofessional care.

Course Format and Design

The course includes a blended learning approach including, lectures, interactive sessions, group work, case based discussions, workshops and live plenary sessions, all virtual. The number of hours of personal study vary per module.

The EDISC Diploma can be obtained by completing 7 modules over a period of three years. The EDISC programme is built sequentially starting with module 1 and ending with module 7.

After each completed module, continuous medical education (CME) credits in form of a certificate are awarded. If the learner participates only in certain modules, modules in this case can be taken in a non-sequential way.

How to obtain the EDISC Diploma

  1. Sign-up for EDISC Modules 1-7
  2. Complete all 7 modules (in no more than three years) 
  3. Formally apply for the EDISC Diploma 

EOTEP Accreditation

We are pleased to announce that the 2023 EDISC Course is EOTEP accredited.

Contact and Support

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Angelika Salmen

Education and Research Manager

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