CNHC registrant develops NHS funded complementary therapy service and social prescribing programme
Teresa Meekings, CNHC registered for Reflexology, Reiki and Massage Therapy, has written our latest blog. She has developed a successful and fully funded complementary therapy service with West London Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and launched a social prescribing pilot programme with Kensington and Chelsea Council (KCSC). Find out how she utilised Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) and Patient Activation Measures (PAM) to provide evidence and put a cash value on the impact of the complementary therapy service.
Read Teresa’s blog here.
CNHC guidance on Duty of Candour and Whistleblowing
Earlier this year on 2 April 2019, CNHC attended the Professional Standards Authority’s (PSA) Accredited Register seminar which focused on safeguarding. At this event several discussions were held around the role of safeguarding and relevant legislation, Duty of Candour and whistleblowing for Accredited Register practitioners. In line with PSA recommendations, CNHC has developed and published new guidance and briefing notes on the following topics:
Duty of Candour
Declaring unspent convictions
Information on London Borough Special Treatment Exemptions
The London Special Treatments Group (LSTG) banded together to compile a list of organisations that qualify for exemption under Section 4 of the London Local Authorities Act 1991, of which CNHC is included. If you are a CNHC registered practitioner living in London, you may be required to obtain a license to practise.
CNHC has compiled information from each Council to supply you with the latest position available on their websites along with their contact information. Each Council has different fee structures and requirements depending on the treatment you provide, so do check the latest information. The majority of London Boroughs recognise the LSTG list, however some do not as they are not required to.
Download the document here.
CNHC registered? Keep your registration up to date
Whether it’s time to renew or your registration has lapsed, renewing your registration is easy to do online. Follow these simple steps:
• Login to MyCNHC using the email address you registered with and your password
• Click the ‘Renew’ option
• Confirm the details requested
• Pay the renewal fee online by debit/credit card
For full details visit ‘Renew your CNHC registration’.
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