30th July 2021 | TagsCoronavirus

CNHC Registrants play an important role as part of the wider public health workforce..

As part of its commitment to public health, the CNHC Board supports NHS and Public Health England campaigns to raise public awareness about the importance of vaccinations.

28th July 2021 | TagsCoronavirus

New guidance for CNHC Registrants practising in England to be followed from 19 July 2021.

26th July 2021 | TagsVacancies

Duigan Chiropractic are looking for a deep tissue massage therapist.

30th June 2021 | TagsNews

Keep up with the latest news from CNHC.

17th June 2021 | TagsNews

Our telephone number and postal address are changing.

4th June 2021 | TagsVacancies

Qualified and insured massage therapist wanted to join an acupuncture and herbal medicine clinic in South Croydon on a self-employed basis. Newly renovated clinic space is also available for rent for complementary therapists

4th June 2021 | TagsNews

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.

28th May 2021 | TagsNews

Keep up with the latest news from CNHC.

27th May 2021 | TagsNews

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: 

24th May 2021 | TagsNews

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.