Friday 31 August, 2018
This November, the FHT will be hosting a special one-day conference that will look at some of the many ways professional therapists can support both the public and the medical workforce – from helping patients to manage their own health and symptoms, to addressing ‘effectiveness gaps' and creating cost and time efficiencies in the NHS.
Confirmed speakers include Dr. Michael Dixon, who is a GP, chairman of the College of Medicine and an appointed government advisor on GP commissioning. Nicola Robinson (pictured), professor of Traditional Chinese Medicine at London South Bank University and chair of the Research Council for Complementary Medicine (RCCM), will also be in attendance, as well as Jennifer Young, founder of Beauty Despite Cancer, who will look at the impact of cancer on self-esteem and body image.
The conference, which will take place at The King's Fund, London on 29th November, will conclude with the announcement of the winners of the 2018 FHT Excellence Awards.
To book or for more information, visit: www.fht.org.uk/2018-conference