We are excited to launch the
ATMS Natural Medicine Awards 2019
Be a part of Australia’s leading natural medicine awards program recognising the outstanding achievements of natural therapists.
Nominate a practitioner, clinic, or student that is making a positive contribution to the Australian natural medicine industry today.
Australia’s natural medicine industry is a diverse and pioneering sector, including areas such as Naturopathy, Nutrition, Herbalism, Homeopathy, Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda, Reflexology and Remedial Massage. Today, hundreds of thousands of Australians live more fulfilling and healthier lives each year because of the natural medicine industry.
The ATMS Natural Medicine Awards recognise natural medicine practitioners, clinics and rising-star students that contribute to the industry’s growth and prosperity.
Practitioner of the Year
Dedicated to Dorothy Hall for Practitioner Excellence
Clinic of the Year
Dedicated to Maurice Blackmore for Professionalism and Contribution to the Natural Medicine Industry
Student of the Year
Dedicated to Peter Derig for Outstanding Student Achievement
Do you know an outstanding natural medicine practitioner, clinic or rising-star student that has:
Entries / nominations open:
Tuesday 20th August
Entries / nominations close:
Friday 4th October
Friday 4th October
Friday 11th October
Finalists informed and announced:
Monday 14th October
Tickets go on sale for awards night:
Wednesday 16th October
Awards Night / Winners announced:
Saturday 16th November
Want to see the amazing practitioners who have already made an impact on our industry? Check out our previous finalists and winners.
To review the judging criteria, click here.
All finalists (four per category), will be flown to Sydney for the ATMS Natural Medicine Awards ceremony, where the category winner will be announced and receive their award. The winners will be featured in an issue of WellBeing magazine and profiled on the ATMS website, e-news and social media pages.
*Terms and conditions: An entrant / nominee may enter / be nominated more than once but need only enter / be nominated once to be considered. The number of entries an entrant sends in will have no bearing on the judging or awarding process; instead, entries will be judged by a panel of industry experts on the quality of the entry itself and how thoroughly the entrant is aligned to the judging criteria. Entrants must be 18 years and over to be considered. Entrants must be accredited / hold membership with a professional industry Association in Australia. Entrants do not have to be members of the Australian Traditional-Medicine Society (ATMS). Entrants must be an Australian resident in order to be considered.