NCOR strategy vision, mission, values and aims – 2022-2027
By 2027, to have developed a profession-wide research culture which is inclusive, robust, credible, has national and increasingly international impact and benefits for osteopathic teaching, learning and the delivery of evidence-informed patient-centred care facilitated through the development of a research network of osteopaths.
To develop a culture of research by further developing the profession’s capacity to use and assess all relevant research, and conduct its own research, in order to promote practice that optimises patient care.
- Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
- Sustainability (including environmental, capacity in the profession and financial)
The achievement of NCOR’s mission lies in strategic leadership and collaboration, engagement and education, communication, development, and sustainability.
- Strategic leadership and collaboration
- Engagement and education
Previous NCOR strategies
2012-2015: The aim for NCOR between 2012-2015 was to advance, facilitate and disseminate osteopathic, and osteopathic relevant, research to promote good and safe practice to optimise patient care. The objectives required to achieve this mission lie in strategic leadership, advocacy, advancing research capability and capacity, promoting research governance, information provision, promoting use of research to the profession via knowledge transfer and generating funding. Full details are available as a PDF to download.
2015-2018: Strategy update is available here as a PDF to download: NCOR stategy 2015 to 2018
2017-2021: The aim for NCOR remains the same in the new strategy but the focus is modified in the activities planned for the future. Full details are available as a PDF to download: NCOR Strategic Plan 2017-2021