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OML has been widely recognised for our ground-breaking hospital-based OM3/4 Program. There are more than 60 OML students who have completed the challenging 9-day program at various locations, most recently the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre at the Austin Hospital in Melbourne.
Unfortunately several events beyond our control have forced us to temporarily suspend this Program including the turnover of staff at the Olivia Newton-John Centre and the departure of our most experienced OM3/4 Program Facilitators. We understand that this is very frustrating for the more than 30 people who have expressed interest in undertaking the Program.
Nevertheless, there is light at the end of the tunnel. The Chris O'Brien Lifehouse in Sydney is keen to run the Program. And the Olivia Newton-John Centre is still keen to run the Program but has asked for a new business proposal drawing on the experience so far. The business proposal is currently being drafted and will be including the latest research results from the Integrated Oncology Study that the National Institute of Complementary Medicine at the Western Sydney University recently completed, and in which OML participated.
When this business proposal is completed, OML will be able to respond more quickly to interested Hospitals and Clinics. In the meantime, our Course Facilitators are familiarising themselves with the OM3/4 Program Manual and, in so doing, are updating the content.
OML is confident of a resumption to the Program in the near future, and we will periodically update this page to keep you informed.
Last Updated: 8/Mar/2019