13th November 2019 | News

On Tuesday 8 October, Carolyn Watson, Head of Marketing and Communications at CNHC, presented to over 30 GPs and GP trainees at the James Wigg Practice in the Kentish Town Health Centre (KTHC) in north London. The KTHC is a training practice with 25 registered GPs onsite and over 21,000 registered patients. CNHC were asked to present at their ‘Lunch & Learn’ meeting after questions were raised around complementary therapies and regulation at a staff meeting.

Attendees were engaged throughout the presentation and were eager to understand more about Accredited Registers and the standards we hold our registrants accountable to. They were also encouraged to hear about the recommended use of Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) by CNHC registrants and the different types of complementary therapies we register.

On Tuesday 8 October, Carolyn Watson, Head of Marketing and Communications at CNHC, presented to over 30 GPs and GP trainees at the James Wigg Practice in the Kentish Town Health Centre (KTHC) in north London. The KTHC is a training practice with 25 registered GPs onsite and over 21,000 registered patients. CNHC were asked to present at their ‘Lunch & Learn’ meeting after questions were raised around complementary therapies and regulation at a staff meeting.

Attendees were engaged throughout the presentation and were eager to understand more about Accredited Registers and the standards we hold our registrants accountable to. They were also encouraged to hear about the recommended use of Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) by CNHC registrants and the different types of complementary therapies we register.