Sugar Awareness Week blog post
We marked Sugar Awareness Week in January with a blog post from Nathalie Gudgeon, a CHNC Local Champions and Nutritional Therapist. Nathalie offered tips on cutting down on children’s sugar intake. Read the blog post here.
An opportunity to get involved in the European Congress for Integrative Medicine 2020 (ECIM2020)
Earlier this month CNHC’s Chief Executive, Margaret Coats, got in touch with all our Verifying Organisations to introduce the European Congress for Integrative Medicine 2020 and inform them of the opportunity to become involved with it. The annual event is being held in the UK for the first time – at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in London from 11-13 September 2020. CNHC will be exhibiting at the congress. Integrated healthcare has always been high on CNHC’s agenda and we want all the disciplines we register to be recognised by the NHS and mainstream health and social care providers for the positive contribution they make to the health and wellbeing of the nation.
The organisers of ECIM2020 are inviting all CNHC’s Verifying Organisations to make contact with them to discuss becoming supporters of the event. There would be no financial cost to your organisation, with support in the form of reciprocal promotion. ECIM2020 would promote supporting organisations on the homepage and the supporters page of the congress website, and on marketing emails sent out regularly to promote the congress. In return, they simply ask if you can share information about the congress with your members. If you would like to discuss this further, please contact the event organisers directly by emailing Sophie Potten at email@example.com
Coronavirus (COVID-19): Latest guidance
In light of the developing situation with the recent outbreak of coronavirus, CNHC registrants are advised to keep up to date with relevant guidance issued by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) and Public Health England (PHE). Find out more here.
Opportunities for CNHC Registrants
The new Vacancies section on our website has grown and currently has a number of both volunteering and job opportunities for CNHC Registrants. You can see the current vacancies on our website.