Dr John Hughes is speaking about Research at the FHT Conference on the Friday 29 November at the Kings Fund, London.
John will be providing an overview of patient reported outcome measures (PROMs), including different types of PROMs that are client and therapist-friendly, the contexts where these can be used, benefits and limitations of PROMs, and how the data can be used to evaluate treatments and further integrated healthcare.
Find out more and get tickets at www.fht.org.uk/conference.
For our 2019 Member Survey, we asked members to tell us which therapies are most popular with clients. Just 1% behind the most popular treatment (body massage), 51% mentioned reflexology as an in-demand therapy.
#reflexology #worldreflexologyweek #reflexologyweek
How can therapists ensure they don’t reinforce damaging body ideals and instead promote body positivity? ow.ly/LXmD30pqlWb #FHTConference
Looking to make your therapy business more eco-friendly? We look at a few suggestions that could help to protect the planet and show your clients that you care (Article first published in International Therapist, Issue 128, Spring 2019): fht.org.uk/green-salon
#OBWW19 #oneSmallSwap #OrganicSeptember #OrganicSkincare
Access to therapies is often unequal, with wealthier people far more likely to have the disposable income to pay for treatments. We are proud that many FHT members have been championing initiatives to break down financial barriers to therapies.
Bees are essential pollinators, vital for the environment, the economy and our food. Without them we wouldn’t have apples, pears, coffee or even cotton. Thanks to bees and other pollinating insects, our aromatherapist members are able to harness the therapeutic power of plants for supporting client health.
Have a great bank holiday weekend! Enjoy the sunshine and remember to stay sun safe.
Read about sun safety on the NHS website