30th November 2018 | TagsNews Archive

CNHC Chief Executive, Margaret Coats, hosted the Chinese Delegation from Yan’an Hospital of Kunming City...

26th November 2018 | TagsNews Archive

There are 2 parts to Principle D (D1 and D2). Part D1 covers recognising and working within the limits of your own knowledge, skills and competence...

19th November 2018 | TagsBlog

Adrian Martins, a CNHC registered Massage Therapist, writes about his experience working at the Terrence Higgins Trust as their Complementary Therapy Coordinator...

5th November 2018 | TagsNews Archive

Tracey Taylor, a CNHC registered Massage Therapist...

22nd October 2018 | TagsBlog

Garry Coles, a CNHC registered Hypnotherapist and member of the CNHC Profession Specific Board (PSB) for Hypnotherapy, writes about his experience working in an NHS Oncology Unit...

21st October 2018 | TagsNews Archive

Many cancer patients are often left with post-surgical scars following cancer treatment, as Suzanne Fitzsimons...

13th October 2018 | TagsNews Archive

Principle C: You must justify public trust and confidence by being honest and trustworthy...

27th September 2018 | TagsNews Archive

Principle B: You must respect clients’ rights to be involved in decisions about their care...

18th September 2018 | TagsBlog

Tracey Taylor, a CNHC registered Massage Therapist, writes about Charity Treatments for Cancer Clients in their Own Homes...

11th September 2018 | TagsNews Archive

We receive a lot of queries about what the difference is between CNHC and a professional association...