This year the iO Awards took place virtually during the iO Convention. Sincere congratulations to all of this year’s deserving winners. Well done!
Decided by the iO Council, this prestigious award is awarded to those who have made a career-long contribution to the osteopathic profession to achieve the vision of a growing and thriving profession, recognised and accessible to all.
The recipient of this year’s award is Professor Dawn Carnes.
For the clinic or osteopath(s) demonstrating collaboration with others. These include collaboration with other osteopaths, other healthcare practitioners, business or community groups to support the delivery of exceptional patient care.
WINNER: Trowbridge Osteopaths and Wellbeing Centre
HIGHLY COMMENDED: Lymm Osteopathic Practice
Recognising innovation in any activity from delivery of patient care and increased access to osteopathy, to developing new business models or career pathways. For those acting as ambassadors, raising awareness and recognition of the profession, or leading the way in developing evidence-informed practice.
WINNER: Osteo Allies
HIGHLY COMMENDED: Acer House Practice
For those in the early years of their career who represent the highest standards of care, contributing to the success of their practice and showing a dedication to their own professional development.
WINNER: Sally Bonnell
HIGHLY COMMENDED: Bethany Elliott-Hutton
Celebrating osteopathic practices that provide excellent care, encourage and use patient feedback and demonstrate a commitment to developing the standards of their service in line with the iO Members’ Patient Charter and values.
WINNER: Osteopathy For All
HIGHLY COMMENDED: Cram Osteopaths
HIGHLY COMMENDED: Bodytonic Clinic
Nominated by their colleges, this award recognises those at the very start of their careers who have shown a commitment to their study of osteopathy and an aspiring commitment to continue the development of the profession.
Christie Jones – British College of Osteopathic Medicine
Michelle Rollafson – The College of Osteopaths
Flurina Dominique Thali – European School of Osteopathy
Rebecca Goh – London School of Osteopathy
Jacopo Saia – Nescot
Jamie Feraiha – Swansea University
Julia Homersham – University College of Osteopaths
Read more about all our winners in the next edition of Osteopathy Today due out just before Christmas.
Thanks also go to our award sponsors:
The Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy
Gilly Woodhouse, the OsteoBiz Coach
Erchonia Laser Technology.