Welcome to the Osteopathic Foundation
The Osteopathic Foundation (The OF) is a charitable trust set up to advance osteopathic practice by funding education, research and by promoting productive relationships both within and outside of the profession, for the benefit of the public.
The OF also funds the work of the National Council for Osteopathic Research – www.ncor.org.uk
Registered Charity Number: 313785
Latest news from the Osteopathic Foundation
2022 Expressions of Interest now open
The Osteopathic Foundation Board is pleased to announce that it will be accepting Expressions of Interest for education and research projects to advance osteopathic practice for the benefit of the public. Expressions of Interest for grants of up to £20,000 will be accepted until the 1st July, with decisions announced by the end of July 2022. Full applications will then need to be submitted by 30th September. Successful applicants will be announced in December 2022. Click here for more information on how to apply.
Successful grant recipients announced
The Osteopathic Foundation is pleased to announce the successful recipients in the latest round of its research grants. These grants help toward innovative and collaborative education and research in the hope it will advance osteopathy in its role to support public health. Click here for more information.
Osteopathic Foundation now registered with easyfundraising
Raise funds for The Osteopathic Foundation whenever you shop online using easyfundraising. Start your online shop through easyfundraising, then shop as normal amongst over 4700+ retailers. A donation is then made by the retailer for each shop. For more details click here.
Thanks to all those who supported Halo Garrity, Matthew Rogers and Belinda Chavasse who ran the 2021 virtual London Marathon in aid of the oF. If you would like to fund raise for the charity, visit our fundraising page below!
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- The first of the Osteopathic Foundation funded projects is now complete. The First Contact Practitioner (FCP) pilot, founded and run by osteopath Tim Allardyce in collaboration with Surrey & Hants MSK Collaborative (SHMC), demonstrates the ability of osteopaths to provide First Contact Practitioner services in primary care in setting. To read the full report, visit our Research and Report hub.
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