Collecting Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMS)
The latest edition of Massage World includes an article from the CNHC Chief Executive and Registrar, Margaret Coats. She discusses the Charity Commission Consultation outcome earlier this year and what the use of Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMS) could mean for the industry. The article also includes information on how CNHC registrants and other practitioners can get involved by using Measure Yourself Medical Outcome Profile (MYMOP) and/or Measure Yourself Concerns and Wellbeing (MYCaW) to record PROMS data from your patients.
Download the full article in Massage World here. For more information on MYMOP and MYCaW, click here and scroll down to ‘Research Guidance’.
CNHC Board vacancies and a fond farewell to the Vice Chair
Last month CNHC sadly said farewell to the Board Vice Chair, Sheila Inglis, who has stepped down after nearly seven years on the Board. Throughout this time Sheila was very proactive and regularly provided clear, strategic and objective viewpoints – always with the public interest at heart. She acted as a sounding board and support for not only the Chair, but also the Chief Executive and other CNHC staff. You can read more about Sheila’s contribution here.
There are now two vacancies on the CNHC Board and we will be actively recruiting to fill both positions – one registrant and one lay. In the coming weeks we will be advertising the posts and they will be listed on the CNHC website under ‘News’.
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Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you get an urgent request from a potential new client, asking you to drop everything for an emergency appointment? Learn from Katherine Creighton-Crook’s experience as she discusses setting boundaries as a practitioner.
Read Katherine’s blog here.
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