NCOR Concerns and Complaints report
The National Council for Osteopathic Research (NCOR) collates concerns and complaints data from the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC), the professional membership body the Institute of Osteopathy (iO) and three insurers of osteopaths to create these annual independent reports. The report is unique to the osteopathic profession and provides valuable feedback for osteopaths, students and educational providers, helping to create a safer practice environment for all.
Read the latest report:
Previous NCOR Concerns and Complaints reports:
About the National Council for Osteopathic Research
The National Council for Osteopathic Research (NCOR) was established as an independent research body for osteopathy in 2003. NCOR aims to:
- improve the osteopathic evidence base by fostering research
- increase research capacity and capability within the osteopathic profession
- raise the profile of osteopathic research findings.
NCOR is responsible for collating information about evidence relating to osteopathy and they share a range of resources for osteopaths and patients on their website.
It is funded by its stakeholder groups: the General Osteopathic Council, the Institute of Osteopathy, the Osteopathic Foundation and the UK osteopathic educational providers. NCOR's governing council includes representatives from these stakeholder groups and two co-opted members, representing private and NHS practitioners. NCOR is based at the University College of Osteopathy.
For further information visit the NCOR website.