What is NHS Test and Trace and what does it mean for CNHC Registrants?
Test and Trace is the name given to the system used to try to stop the spread of the coronavirus. The first part of the system involves anyone who develops symptoms self-isolating and getting a coronavirus test. If that person tests positive, the next part of the system involves the NHS Test and Trace system...
CNHC Registrant Katherine Creighton Crook is the founder and principal therapist of a sport and remedial massage therapy clinic in London. She provides online training for therapists – showing them how to create a business they love working in, while being 100% themselves.
In the second of a series of articles, CNHC Registrant Katherine Creighton Crook offers more tips on rebuilding your business on reopening after lockdown.
CNHC Registrant Nicola Stewart has been working as a massage therapist for 20 years. As well as running her successful practice she has authored a popular guide to massage.
Together with Melinda Edwards MBE, a Consultant Clinical Psychologist who has worked as a paediatric psychologist with both children and their families for over 30 years, Nicola has set up In Touch - a free massage service for parents and carers of children in hospital. Here Nicola talks about how the idea for In Touch came about, the work they are doing and how they overcame the challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic.
The NHS COVID-19 Test and Trace app launched on 24 September 2020 for England and Wales. A NHS QR code and official NHS poster are available.
CNHC Registrants in England providing close contact treatments (i.e. practising 'hands-on') MUST register for a QR code and display the poster from 24 September.