CNHC Workshop at the IPM Congress

Setting standards: The regulation of complementary healthcare in the UK

Date: Thursday 29 June 2023
Time: 15.00 to 15.30br/>
Venue: Moore Room, QEII Conference Centre, Westminster, London

Join us at our workshop at the Integative and Personalised Medicine Congress 2023.

Are you are a complementary therapist who wants to demonstrate to your clients that you practise safely and are willing to hold yourself accountable, or a mainstream healthcare provider whose patients would benefit from receiving complementary therapies? This workshop will give you an insight into how CNHC Registrants work alongside mainstream medicine to provide a holistic approach to improve the health and wellbeing of the nation, reducing the pressure on GPs.

Introducing Kinesiology to patients and staff at a GP's Practice

CHNC Registrant Marcia Fletcher has been practising Kinesiology for over 15 years in London, Devon and Central America as well as teaching Foundation Kinesiology as a certified Touch For Health (TFH) instructor. Marcia is a member of the Kinesiology Federation, one of CNHC’s Verifying Organisation and she is also a member of CNHC’s Profession Specific Board (PSB) for Kinesiology.

In our latest blog post, Marcia talks about her experiences last year of setting up free kinesiology sessions for patients at her local GP surgery.

New Prof George Lewith Award from RCCM - now open to applications

In memory of the great integrative medicine researcher Prof George Lewith, the Research Council for Complementary Medicine (RCCM) have launched an annual award for the best early career project that addresses their aim to “promote research that will widen the availability of and access to safe and effective complementary medicine for patients within the National Health Service in the UK”.

Eligibility criteria are:

  1. Paying RCCM members are eligible to enter, as well as two from each of their corporate members (see here for a list).
  2. Students or early career researcher (up to 6 years post PhD).

Applying for complementary therapy jobs? Make your application stand out

Ceris Fender-Reid heads the complementary therapy service in cancer care at University College London Hospital (UCLH).

She has written a blog post for CNHC Registrants who are job hunting on how to make your application stand out and help you land your dream complementary therapy job.

Job opportunity for a CNHC Registrant at UCHL

University College London Hospital (UCLH) have an exciting job opportunity (Band 5) for a CNHC Registrant to join the complementary therapy team within their cancer support service based in Central London. You must practise least two therapies from aromatherapy, massage therapy and reflexology.

The closing date for applications is 30 April 2023.

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