6th October 2021 | TagsNews

The Complementary Therapy Awards 2022 are open for entry to professionals working in complementary therapy in the UK. The closing date is 15 November 2021.

3rd October 2021 | TagsVacancies

30th September 2021 | TagsNews

Keep up with the latest news from CNHC.

21st September 2021 | TagsVacancies

Doctor Kershaw's Hospice, based in Oldham, are recruiting Aromatherapists, Massage Therapists, Reflexologists and Reiki Practitioners support their Complementary Therapy department.

17th August 2021 | TagsNews

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.

3rd August 2021 | TagsNews

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.

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

The Disability Foundation (TDF) s a registered charity based in the grounds of the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) in Stanmore. TDF is seeking complementary therapists to provide appointments on-line or in person. This is an excellent opportunity to work with people with a wide range of health conditions and to be supported by a professional and supportive team.

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.