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Post Graduate Course with Jason Haxton MA, DO (h.c)

We proudly present Jason Haxton MA, DO, (h.c.) for two days of post graduate lectures Dec 11th – 12th here at ECOM, Nolhaga Castle (Alingsås, Sweden). Limited spots. Please find invitation and more information about the event on our website and social media platforms. As well as how to reserve your spot. We extend a gracious and inclusive welcome to all of you and looking forward seeing you this winter! 

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Join us for two days post graduate lectures with Jason Haxton, MA, DO (h.c.) in Osteopathic history and philosophy.

Saturday December 11th – Sunday December 12th.

9:30 am  – 5 pm

Price: 7500 kr (exkl. moms)

We will serve coffee, tea and fruit during the day.

ECOM
Nolhaga slott
Nolhaga allé 14This
441 55 Alingsås

We take all precautions, in order to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Therefore, limited spots.

If you have any questions, please contact us on norabrynggard@ecom-osteopathy.com + 46(0)108899910

Reserve your spot

by emailing

Jason Haxton, MA, DO (h.c.)

Jason Haxton, MA, DO (h.c.) has been the director of the Museum of Osteopathic Medicine since January 2001. Besides managing the Museum that was created in 1934, he makes multiple international trips each year and during COVID he visits by ZOOM as an addition to many osteopathic online curriculums. He is active with Continuing Medical Education credits (CME) for physicians too.  He provides lectures, historic research materials and promotes the principles of osteopathic medicine through exhibits in the USA and abroad.  At A.T. Still University in Kirksville he keeps a busy as Advisor to SAHOPs (Society for the Advancement of Historical Osteopathy and Philosophy Organization), along with teaching medical students and welcoming guests from around the world to the museum.

Jason worked on a variety of documentaries which includes the Historical Emmy award PBS 2017: “The Feminine Touch”   Spanish 2019: “The Science of Osteopathy” and German 2020: “Osteopathie Heilen mit den Handen”

He authored “Andrew Taylor Still – Father of Osteopathic Medicine” a biography for young readers (10-12 years). This is the first book of its kind approved for school curriculum in social studies. 

He contributed the opening history chapter on osteopathy for an Osteopathic text book – English and German Language Elsevier: Lehrbuch Osteopathische Medzin – Johannes Mayer & Clive Standen – published in British English in 2019.

Jason received several Library and Museum grants all totaling half a million dollars to process and put online the Museum’s 100,000 artifacts and to create K-8th grade health curriculum.  The Museum just received a $50,000 grant to organize and preserve the textiles in the collection.  His leadership at the Museum was recognized as an American Osteopathic Association (AOA) Shining STAR organization for its work promoting the osteopathic profession worldwide.  Currently, the Museum has applied and is under review for National Accreditation the highest standard in the Museum profession.

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