CNHC JULY/ AUGUST 2022 UPDATE
MORE THAN JUST GAMES: FROM PERSONAL TO PROFESSIONAL
In our latest blog post, Earle Abrahamson, CNHC Registrant Board Member and Chair of the GCMT, reflects on his experience of volunteering at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
CNHC REGISTRANT HELPS TO PROMOTE CNHC AT AN AIRSHOW!
CNHC would like to thank CNHC Registrant and Reiki Practitioner, Jeanne Long, for all her hard work in helping to promote CNHC to the public at at the Royal International Air Tattoo, one of the world’s largest airshows, which took place over three days July.
RCCM ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2022
The Annual Research Council for Complementary Medicine (RCCM) Conference takes place on 5 September 2022. This will be an online one-day event. It replaces CAMSTRAND (previously hosted by RCCM).
The event will showcase UK research in complementary and integrative healthcare and is suitable for researchers, clinicians, and postgraduate students. The day will include a keynote speaker, workshops on specific topics, oral and poster presentations and a panel session with experts in the field.
THE CNHC QUALITY MARK
Did you know that only CNHC Registrants can use our quality mark? It incorporates the Professional Standards Authority (PSA) accreditation mark to show that they conform to national standards of practice in their work. This in turn enables members of the public, and those who commission the services of complementary healthcare practitioners, to choose with confidence qualified practitioners in their field.
JOB AND VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES FOR CNHC REGISTRANTS
Cytoplan, a leader in food-based supplementation is seeking an experienced and suitably qualified BANT and CNHC registered Nutritional Therapist for a full or part-time role, based in Worcestershire. Find out more here.
Better Lives Family Service (part of the Better Lives service, an integrated drug and alcohol service delivered by Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust in partnership with Humankind and WDP) are seeking a Volunteer Complementary Therapist practising therapies such as Massage Therapy (including Indian Head Massage), Craniosacral Therapy, or Shiatsu. Find out more here.
The Olive Tree Cancer Support Group, a small award-winning independent charity are looking for volunteer Aromatherapists, Massage Therapists practising Indian Head Massage, Reflexologists, Healers and Reiki Practitioners to join their friendly team at their new centre in Horsham. Find out more here.