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Research Prize

Exploring new osteopathy research topics

The IO-RB research prize was set up in 2017 to showcase the students' research achievements and encourage the emergence of new research topics developed within the Institute. As required by the December 12, 2014 Order relating to osteopathy studies (Official Journal of the French Republic n°0289 of December 14, 2014), osteopathy students at IO-Rennes must produce a final year dissertation in order to graduate as osteopaths. This course unit aims to allow students to examine professionally-related issues in a critical and analytical perspective, by applying a scientific methodology. IO-RB has chosen to highlight this work by showcasing the most relevant dissertation, in the shape of a scientific poster submitted to a jury of course tutors. Scientific posters are visual instruments commonly used in the medical and scientific community. They are used to showcase research output in France and internationally, in order to enhance professional recognition. 
 
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RESEARCH PRIZE WINNER 202

The 2020 Research Prize was awarded to Apolline Martin for her poster «Between traditions and scientific evidence... towards a new osteopathic teaching »
 
The prize was awarded at the Graduation ceremony for the 2015 cohort, by Mr Olivier Roze, Chairman of the Scientific Council, in the presence of Mathieu Ménard, head of Research in IO-RENNES. 
The 2nd place was awarded to Hanna le Pape for her work on « Identification of biopsychosocial mechanisms of interest in osteopathy for the management of common lumbago»
The 3rd place was awarded to Virginie Bihannicfor her preliminary study on « The impact of osteopathic treatment on the quality of life of sleep apnea patients treated with CPAP»

RESEARCH PRIZE WINNER 2019

The 2019 Research Prize was awarded to Thibault Canaguier for his poster on «Coccyx and Ganglion Impair: a forgotten neighbor».

The prize was awarded at the Graduation ceremony for the 2014 cohort, by Mr Olivier Roze, Chairman of the Scientific Council, in the presence of Mathieu Ménard, Osteopath and PhD in Biomechanics, Research Director for IO-RB.

The 2nd place was awarded to Edwige Berthelot for her work on the BP56, an assessment tool for plagiocephaly.

The respective works of Emilie Pipard and Quentin Raulet on learning anatomy and the asthma patient care were also commended ex aequo.

RESEARCH PRIZE WINNER 2018

 

The 2018 Research Prize was awarded to Loren Bazin for her poster on "Chronic neck pain: interrelation between cervical spine and diaphragm movement: is the phrenic nerve to blame?"

 

The prize was awarded at the Graduation ceremony for the 2013 cohort, by Mr Olivier Roze, Chairman of the Scientific Council, in the presence of Mathieu Ménard, Osteopath and PhD in Biomechanics, Research Director for IO-RENNES. 

 

The studies conducted by Elvire Vaisse and Xavier Oillaux on the osteopathic and pluridisciplinary treatment of Down's Syndrome and on the role of osteopaths in sports federations, were also commended. 

RESEARCH PRIZE WINNER 2017

 

The Research Prize 2017 was awarded to Pierre Tedeschi for his poster on "The legacy of Stillian Osteopathy"

 

The prize was awarded at the Graduation ceremony for the 2012 cohort by Mr Olivier Roze, Chairman of the Scientific Council, in the presence of two University Professors:   Pr. Benoit Bideau, Director of the M2S Research Laboratory and Pr. Geneviève Lameul, of Rennes 2 University's Educational Sciences Department. 

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