iO Awards 2019

Celebrating excellence in osteopathy

Nominations now open!

 

The iO is once again on the lookout for outstanding individuals and groups who contribute to, inspire and drive the profession forward. You can nominate yourself or others. and you can also nominate for more than one award. All shortlisted nominees will be invited to the iO Gala and Award Dinner to be held on 2 November at the Renaissance London Heathrow Hotel, where the winners will be announced.

 

Why not nominate a principal

Read about last year’s winner, Gemma Fisher, Williams Racing F1 Team Gemma Fisher talks about F1.

 

How to nominate  

You may nominate for up to five categories (excluding Rising Stars and President’s medal) by completing the relevant nomination form for each category. Entries may be submitted by completing the relevant form(s) and sent via email or by post to, 3 Park Terrace, Manor Park, Luton LU1 3HN. 

Closing date for nomination is 7 September 2019 

   

Practice Award 2019 copy

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Practice of the Year (Nomination form)

Tcelebrate osteopathic practices that provide excellent customer care, encourage and use patient feedback, and demonstrate a commitment to developing the standards of their service in line with the iO Patient Charter. This is an excellent opportunity to receive positive publicity for your practice. Nominations can be made by a representative of the practice or by others.

Last year’s winner: Body Tonic Clinic

Sponsored by: James Hallam, Insurance brokers

 

Principal Award 2019 copy

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Are you committed to developing your associates and staff, while offering the best possible care to patients? Celebrating principals that have introduced innovative ways to run their practices, who work with other health professionals and local communities, and demonstrate excellence in the promotion of osteopathy and their practice.   

Last year’s winner: Gemma Fisher, Williams Racing F1 Team – Gemma Fisher talks about F1

Sponsored by: Osteobiz with Gilly Woodhouse

 

Associate of the Year  (Nomination form)IO Conference 2018 SHORTLIST-25Associate Award 2019 copy

Recognising an associate that represents the highest standards of the profession, providing first-class treatment for patients, contributing to the success of the practice, and showing dedication to their own professional development. This award rewards hard work, innovation and a positive attitude towards patient care and supporting colleagues.    

Last year’s winner: Patricia Sadler, Harwell Osteopathy

Sponsored by: K-Laser

 

Research Award 2019 copy

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Research in Practice Award  (Nomination form)

We are looking for applied research that is relevant to osteopathic practice, produced by either qualified or undergraduate osteopaths. Shortlisted nominees will have their research showcased at the iO Convention through a poster presentation, with the winning submission receiving the iO’s Research in Practice award.    

Last year’s winner: Carol Fawkes

Sponsored by: International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine

 

Community of Practice Award  (Nomination form)IO Conference 2018 SHORTLIST-26Community Award 2019

Communities of practice are examples of osteopaths coming together through common interests, whether clinical, business, research or location. This award celebrates those groups who are making an outstanding contribution to the development and support of osteopaths by offering local support, learning opportunities and promotion of the osteopathy.   

Last year’s winner: Osteopathic Performing Arts Care Association

Sponsored by: The Osteopathic Foundation

 

Rising Stars  Rising star2Rising Star Award 2019 copy

The osteopathic educational institutions will be invited to put forward their top graduate from their 2019 graduating class. These osteopaths at the very start of their osteopathic careers will have already demonstrated a passion for osteopathic practice, combined with outstanding academic achievement, clinical skill and patient care.   

Sponsored by: Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy

 

 

The President’s Medal  IO Conference 2018 SHORTLIST-30Presidents Award 2019 copy

Decided by the iO Council and awarded to the person considered to have made an outstanding contribution to the profession.     

Last year’s winner: Professor Stephen Tyreman, PhD, MA, DO 

 

 

 

How to nominate    

You may nominate for up to five categories (excluding Rising Stars and President’s medal) by completing the relevant nomination form for each category. Entries may be submitted by completing the relevant form(s) and sent via email or by post to, 3 Park Terrace, Manor Park, Luton LU1 3HN. 

Closing date for nomination is 7 September 2019 

 

 



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