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Welcome to the June 2019 newsUpdate

 
In January’s newsletter I discussed CNHC’s plans for the year and also encouraged registrants to contemplate their plans for 2019. So much has happened since then, and it amazes me how quickly time goes by.

With time, situations often change which can present challenges, but also lead to new opportunities. As I mentioned in last month’s newsletter, we have sadly said goodbye to our esteemed Vice Chair – Sheila Inglis. Below you can read more about Sheila’s incredible contribution to the organisation.

We now have 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'.

If you are reviewing your focus at this time and contemplating how you can help take the complementary therapy industry forward – please have a read of our latest article in Massage World discussing how you can track Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMS).

Wishing you all another wonderful month.


Best Wishes, 
Michael Watson
CNHC Chair

 

We sadly say farewell to the CNHC Board Vice Chair, Sheila Inglis
 

 

Sheila Inglis joined the CNHC Board of Directors back in December 2012, and since then she has proved to be a dedicated and trusted voice for the organisation. Sheila came with a great breadth and depth as an independent researcher and consultant, bringing with her experience in education and regulation in health and social care. She held leadership positions in the National Health Service (NHS), Scottish National Education Funding Council, and Research with Children in Scotland before coming to CNHC.

Throughout her years on the CNHC Board, Sheila was very proactive and regularly provided clear, strategic and objective viewpoints - always with the public interest at heart. Sheila became the Vice Chair in January 2014 and stepped up to lead CNHC as the Acting Chair from August – December 2015. During her nearly 7 years of service, she acted as a sounding board and voice of reason for not only the Chair, but also the Chief Executive and other CNHC staff.

Michael Watson, CNHC Chair, reflects on her contribution: ‘It is with great sadness we say goodbye to Sheila. Since I joined the board and more recently became Chair, she has been a wonderful support and sounding board. Always available for advice and always wise in her thinking and judgment. I will sorely miss her and thank her for all her sterling work.’

Sheila was a valuable source of knowledge for Scottish regulation, and she regularly took part in media / speaking engagements on behalf of the organisation. Thanks to much work and persuasion on Sheila’s part, in April 2016 the Scottish Government updated its guidance about the benefits of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) and included the role of Accredited Registers.

In addition to her work with the Scottish Government, she also regularly attended Scottish Parliamentary meetings and represented CNHC at a number of professional associations’ Annual General Meetings (AGMs) in Scotland. She also represented CNHC as a featured guest speaker on a podcast, was interviewed by a Wellcome Trust researcher, presented on two radio shows and attended industry events such as CAM Expo.

Her voice of reason and her unstinting commitment will truly be missed. Sheila on behalf of everyone at CNHC - we wish you all the best in the next chapter of your life.

 
 
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) means 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 article
 
New on our blog

 

 

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
 
Random Sampling reminder

 

As part of our duty as a voluntary regulator, CNHC carries out a random sampling on an annual basis to check Professional Indemnity Insurance (PII) certificates and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) logs of registrants. This involves CNHC asking 5% of registrants to send us copies of their PII certificate and CPD log for their last full year of registration.

This year’s sampling began on Monday 13 May 2019 and the deadline to return documents is Monday 10 June 2019.

If you have been selected, you have been contacted by email and post to send us your completed CPD log and insurance certificate. If you are included in the sample, failure to comply could affect your registration.

 
CNHC's CPD Policy
 
Want to help spread the word about CNHC?

 

 

We are expanding our Local Champions network and are looking for eager CNHC registrants to help us spread the word about Standing up for Standards.
 
If you are interested in finding out more, please get in touch with Carolyn Watson at carolyn.watson@cnhc.org.uk.

 


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The following are back issues of newsletters in PDF form you can read online or download:

 

Issue 115 - May 2019

Issue 114 - Apr 2019

Issue 113 - Mar 2019

Issue 112 - Feb 2019

Issue 111 - Jan 2019

Issue 110 - Dec 2018

Issue 109 - Nov 2018

Issue 108 - Oct 2018

Issue 107 - Sept 2018

Issue 106 - Aug 2018

Issue 105 - July 2018

Issue 104 - June 2018

Issue 103 - May 2018

Issue 102 - April 2018

Issue 101 - March 2018

Issue 100 - February 2018

Issue 99 - January 2018

Issue 98 - December 2017

Issue 97 - November 2017

Issue 96 - October 2017

Issue 95 - September 2017

Issue 94 - August 2017

Issue 93 - July 2017

Issue 92 - June 2017

Issue 91 - May 2017

Issue 90 - April 2017

Issue 89 - March 2017

Issue 88 - February 2017

Issue 87 - January 2017

Issue 86 - December 2016

Issue 85 - November 2016

Issue 84 - October 2016

Issue 83 - September 2016

Issue 82 - August 2016

Issue 81 - July 2016

Issue 80 - June 2016

Issue 79 - May 2016

Issue 77 - March 2016

Issue 76 - February 2016

Issue 75 - January 2016

Issue 74 - December 2015

Issue 73 - November 2015

Issue 72 - October 2015

Issue 71 - September 2015

Issue 70 - August 2015

Issue 69 - July 2015

Issue 68 - June 2015

Issue 67 - May 2015

Issue 66 - April 2015

Issue 65 - March 2015

Issue 64 - March 2015

Issue 63 - February 2015

Issue 62 - January 2015

Issue 61 - December 2014

Issue 60 - November 2014

Issue 59 - October 2014

Issue 58 - September 2014

Issue 57 - August 2014

Issue 56 - July 2014

Issue 55 - June 2014

Issue 54 - May 2014

Issue 53 - April 2014

Issue 52 - March 2014

Issue 51 - February 2014

Issue 50 - January 2014

Issue 49 - December 2013

Issue 48 - November 2013

Issue 47 - October 2013

Issue 46 - September 2013

Issue 45 - August 2013

Issue 44 - July 2013

Issue 43 - June 2013

Issue 42 - May 2013

Issue 41 - April 2013

Issue 40 - March 2013

Issue 39 - February 2013

Issue 38 - January 2013

Issue 37 - December 2012

Issue 36 - November 2012

Issue 35 - October 2012

Issue 34 - September 2012

Issue 33 - August 2012

Issue 32 - July 2012

Issue 31 - June 2012

Issue 30 - May 2012

Issue 29 - April 2012

Issue 28 - March 2012

Issue 27 - February 2012

Issue 26 - January 2012

Issue 26 - January 2012

Issue 25 - December 2011

Issue 24 - November 2011

Issue 23 - October 2011

Issue 22 - September 2011

Issue 21 - July 2011

Issue 20 - June 2011

Issue 19 - May 2011

Issue 18 - April 2011

Issue 17 - March 2011

Issue 16 - February 2011

Issue 15 - January 2011

Issue 14 - December 2010

Issue 13 - November 2010

Issue 12 - October 2010

Issue 11 - September 2010

Issue 10 - August 2010

Issue 9 - July 2010

Issue 8 - June 2010

Issue 7 - May 2010

Issue 6 - April 2010

Issue 5 - March 2010

Issue 4 - February 2010

Issue 3 - January 2010

Issue 2 - December 2009

Issue 1 - November 2009

 

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