Untapped Resources: Making the case for the ‘hidden’ network of practitioners

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    [post_content] => Untapped Resources, a report compiled jointly by the Professional Standards Authority and Royal Society for Public Health to highlight the value of accredited registers, was welcomed across the homeopathy and alternative health sector when it was published in November 2017.

The report set out the arguments for greater use of accredited practitioners in fields such as talking therapies, complementary therapies, sports rehabilitation and healthcare chaplaincy to tackle some of the pressing public health problems in the UK and to help relieve pressure on the NHS.

Now a flyer distilling some of the key points has been produced to publicise the report and to help practitioners on accredited registers make the case themselves.

It explains who can be listed on an accredited register and who they treat, as well as underlining some of the barriers preventing this 'unseen' network from making a greater contribution to public health challenges.

Pamela Stevens, Society of Homeopaths Marketing Manager, said: "Untapped Resources was a valuable piece of work for the sector, showing the importance of accredited registers and the value to practitioners of being on a register like the one that the Society maintains. The summary version in the flyer will be useful to our members in helping them make the case for their own services as well as in supporting the wider campaign for more account to be taken of the contribution this 'hidden' workforce can make to public health."

Click here for the Untapped Resources flyer

The full Untapped Resources report is available from the PSA website.

 

 
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Untapped Resources, a report compiled jointly by the Professional Standards Authority and Royal Society for Public Health to highlight the value of accredited registers, was welcomed across the homeopathy and alternative health sector when it was published in November 2017.

The report set out the arguments for greater use of accredited practitioners in fields such as talking therapies, complementary therapies, sports rehabilitation and healthcare chaplaincy to tackle some of the pressing public health problems in the UK and to help relieve pressure on the NHS.

Now a flyer distilling some of the key points has been produced to publicise the report and to help practitioners on accredited registers make the case themselves.

It explains who can be listed on an accredited register and who they treat, as well as underlining some of the barriers preventing this ‘unseen’ network from making a greater contribution to public health challenges.

Pamela Stevens, Society of Homeopaths Marketing Manager, said: “Untapped Resources was a valuable piece of work for the sector, showing the importance of accredited registers and the value to practitioners of being on a register like the one that the Society maintains. The summary version in the flyer will be useful to our members in helping them make the case for their own services as well as in supporting the wider campaign for more account to be taken of the contribution this ‘hidden’ workforce can make to public health.”

Click here for the Untapped Resources flyer

The full Untapped Resources report is available from the PSA website.

 

 

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