Elizabeth Elander is a GOsC osteopath member of Council and a member of the Policy and Education Committee
Elizabeth graduated from The College of Osteopaths in 1995 and quickly established an osteopathic practice within GP surgeries in Northamptonshire and Staffordshire. She was a lead member of the College of Osteopaths’ team that launched the pioneering osteopathy degree in Staffordshire in 2005, and worked as Head of Programme Operations for over 10 years, with a special interest in good governance.
Prior to her career in osteopathy, Elizabeth was a public health specialist responsible for commissioning health promotion interventions for the population of Bedfordshire. She was also an assessor for the National Healthy Schools Standard.
Elizabeth is currently an education visitor for the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education. She acts as mentor/supervisor for osteopaths subject to a Conditions of Practice Order.
A qualified teacher, Elizabeth is employed as a senior clinician at the Stoke-on-Trent Osteopathic Teaching Clinic whilst continuing to run her own practice.