Laurence Butler DO started his academic career with two degrees in biology and psychology and then qualified over two decades ago from the British School of Osteopathy (BSO). He has worked continuously in private practice since that time.
Laurence has joined post-graduate training at the national hospital for neurology and neurosurgery in Queens Square. He has since gained distinction in Masters of Science and Osteopathic Care through the BSO and Open University. He has taught both undergrad and post-grad osteopathy and physiotherapy students.
He has written for journals and other professional publications including the popular Crawford and Cook, ‘Clinical Reasoning Series’.
One of his major interests is in diagnostic reasoning processes and how to improve them.
Online Webinar: Using ‘Red Flags’ to improve clinical reasoning