To mark this year’s World Menopause Day on 18 October, the British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT) share advice on Beating the Menopause Blues from nutritional therapist Jackie Lynch who is a CNHC Registrant, BANT Fellow and celebrated author.
Here we share an article first published by the British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT) on how they are identifying and pursuing opportunities to help make BANT member services available to an increasingly diverse client base.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), which is the UK’s independent regulator for data protection and information rights, are engaging with organisations in the human health and therapy sector to help them comply with their legal obligations.
CNHC Registrant Natalie Heng is carrying out a research study on "Perceptions of Evidence-Informed Practices among Massage Therapists in the UK". She is is inviting all CNHC registered massage therapists to take part in a survey as part of the study.
Iain McInnes became CNHC’s new Chair on 1 May 2021. He succeeds Michael Watson whose term as Chair finished at the end of April. Iain joined the CNHC Board in October 2019 and brought with him a wealth of experience, having recently taken early retirement after 42 years working in the NHS in a variety of roles – first in clinical nursing, then a short spell in education, followed by executive management positions. Here Iain talks about his ambitions for CNHC and the challenges both it and the complementary healthcare sector faces:
Alison Benbow is a member of CNHC’s Profession Specific Board (PSB) for Nutritional Therapy. She has co-published a research paper with fellow CNHC Registrant Miranda D Harris that substantiates the evidence base for the efficacy of Nutritional Therapy. The authors recently shared the results of their research with BANT members. BANT have very kindly let us reproduce this this article which appeared in their May members e-newsletter.
Every month we will highlight sections of CNHC’s Code of Conduct, Ethics and Performance. March focuses on knowing your own limits. This is very relevant during the pandemic when you are working in new ways and may be seeing clients who have greater levels of need than previously.
Every month we will highlight sections of CNHC’s Code of Conduct, Ethics and Performance. February focuses on Evidence Based Practice. We explain what it is and what it means for you as a practitioner.
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