Stoptober is back
The Public Health England and NHS Stoptober campaign is back from 1st October. CNHC is encouraging registrants and other complementary therapy practitioners to support this public health initiative by making patients aware of the variety of services available to help quit smoking. While Stoptober is a campaign in its own right, it now falls under the umbrella of the OneYou campaign, which encourages the public to make small and practical changes to enhance their overall health and wellbeing.
Find out more about Stoptober and resources available here.
New leaflets available from the Professional Standards Authority
The Professional Standards Authority (PSA) has produced a new leaflet that highlights key points from the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) and PSA ‘Untapped Resources’ Report, including how the Accredited Register workforce is well placed to help promote public health. It also uncovers the ways that Accredited Register practitioners are already supporting public health and explores the factors that prevent them doing more.
Download the leaflet from CNHC’s website here.
NICE Board Meeting and Question Time in Liverpool on 21 November
On Wednesday 21 November 2018, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) will be holding a Board Meeting and Question Time at the Blair Bell Education Centre in Liverpool. This is your opportunity to hear the latest from the board and raise any questions you may have about NICE’s work, guidance or quality standards. Both meetings are open to the public.
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NICE Question Time & Board Meeting
Blair Bell Education Centre
Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust
NICE Question Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm (Lunch is provided from 12 noon)
NICE Board Meeting: 1:30pm
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