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Welcome to the February 2019 newsupdate

 
As we enter February, I am sure you will be as pleased as I am to see the first snowdrops and the days gradually getting longer – spring is on its way!

Last month I mentioned the newly published NHS Long Term Plan which sets out the way the NHS will work in England over the next 10 years. In this issue you can find out more about plans to increase social prescribing and how you can have your say in your local area.

As always, we continue our work to raise awareness of CNHC. We have been able to take advantage of some very favorable rates to include additional adverts in the Daily Mail Scotland and in the Guardian’s Health & Wellbeing supplement weekend edition.

Back in 2017 CNHC contributed to the Charity Commission’s consultation on how it makes decisions about charitable status for organisations that use or promote complementary medicine. The Commission has published its report and I’m delighted to say has taken on board the need to look at evidence such as patient-reported outcome measures (PROMS) when making its decisions. You can read more about the report below and on our website here.

Finally, I was also pleased to read the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Integrated Health’s report to MPs on the part complementary healthcare can play in improving the nation’s health. CNHC contributed to this report alongside over 100 complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) organisations. Again, you can read more on this below and on our website here.

Plenty of food for thought, and as ever, lots for us all to feel proud of as we move forwards in 2019.

Wishing you a productive month.
Best Wishes, Michael Watson
CNHC Chairman
 

NHS Long Term Plan set to increase social prescribing
 
As reported in last month’s issue, the January 2019 NHS Long Term Plan sets out a direction for the NHS in England over the next 10 years. A cornerstone of the plan is to give people greater control over their own health which includes plans to roll out social prescribing.

Social prescribing gives GPs, nurses and other healthcare professionals the chance to refer patients to non-clinical support such as community and voluntary based activities. It usually works through a link worker who supports patients to get involved with local activities and resources ranging from swimming lessons to community cafes and stop smoking services.

This could be good news for CNHC registrants if they are recognised as part of the wider public health workforce meeting a local need. CNHC continues to make the case for this recognition.

We encourage CNHC registrants to have their input into how these plans are being developed. You can find and contact your local Healthwatch here.

For more information about the NHS Long Term Plan, click here.
 
Find out more
 

Charity Commission consultation review
In March 2017, the Charity Commission launched a consultation on how the law on charitable status applies to organisations that use or promote complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). CNHC provided a robust response, which you can view here.

We stressed that it has been formally accepted that money is not available for randomised controlled trials for complementary therapies. We drew attention to other sources of evidence, including clinical audits, case studies and patient reported outcome measures (PROMS), that are used particularly in the cancer and palliative care sector, and in mental health services.

In December last year the Charity Commission published the outcome of the consultation. We’re pleased that the outcome confirms that the basic legal principles that apply to the Charity Commission’s work in assessing applications for charity status by CAM organisations remain unchanged. And we’re delighted to see that additional measurable methods, which are used across many complementary therapies, will now be considered by the Charity Commission for new applicants and when reviewing current charities that use or promote complementary therapies.

You can read the full outcome report from the Charity Commission here.
Find out more
 

Complementary therapy service delivered on Oncology Wards in North Wales
 
Our latest blog is from Jonathan Sarson, CNHC registered Reflexologist, Massage Therapist and Aromatherapist. Read all about Jonathan's experience delivering the complementary therapy service on the Cancer Unit of two NHS hospitals in North Wales.
Read the blog
 

PGIH report proposes solutions to help improve patient care
 
In their first published report ‘Integrated Healthcare: Putting the Pieces Together’, the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Integrated Healthcare (PGIH), urges government to embrace complementary, traditional and natural medicine to assist with addressing the key health issues affecting the country. This report was produced in consultation with 113 complementary and alternative medicine organisations – including the CNHC.

The PGIH recommendations include several that can support the NHS Long Term Plan, and they also call for government to take on board and act on the recommendations in the 2017 report ‘Untapped Resources: Accredited Registers in the Wider Workforce’, published jointly by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) and the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care (PSA).

CNHC asks the government and the NHS to consider making greater use of this resource via social prescribing and personal health budgets, to help deliver the New Service Model for the 21st Century, as set out in Chapter 1 of the NHS Long Term Plan.

You can read the full PGIH report here.
Find out more
 

PSB Elections for Massage Therapy and Nutritional Therapy
 
The next round of Profession Specific Board (PSB) elections will begin on Thursday 11 April 2019 for Massage Therapy and Nutritional Therapy. An email will be sent to the CNHC registered practitioners of each discipline setting out the full details and inviting them to stand for election. Candidates are required to set out in no more than 600 words how their background and experience meet our essential criteria using the Election Statement Template provided.

Profession Specific Boards (PSBs) are an important part of CNHC’s structure and ways of working. The members of the PSBs provide invaluable expert advice on issues such as the development of our policies and also provide members to be trained to sit on our Conduct and Competence panels. For more information about the role of a PSB member, click here.

Any registrant from Massage Therapy and Nutritional Therapy is able to stand for election for the relevant PSB, including those who are currently members of the PSB.
View the election timetable
 

Get Ready For The 2019 RSPH Awards
 
The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) Health and Wellbeing Awards is the UK’s premier awards scheme for promoting health and wellbeing. Get a head start on this year’s awards by registering your interest. Complete the form here to register your interest and find out when the awards are open to enter.
 
Register your interest
 

Find us on Twitter
 
Did you know that CNHC is on Twitter? This is a great platform to keep up to date with the latest news. Please follow us and share our posts. We send out frequent updates with job opportunities, the latest news from us and public awareness posts you can share. 
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The following are back issues of newsletters in PDF form you can read online or download:

 

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

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Issue 61 - December 2014

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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

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Issue 34 - September 2012

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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

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Issue 18 - April 2011

Issue 17 - March 2011

Issue 16 - February 2011

Issue 15 - January 2011

Issue 14 - December 2010

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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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