The promo for the event states “make sure you are there for the UK’s only dedicated event to the complementary, natural and integrated healthcare sector. With more exhibitors, more education and more associations than ever before it’s not surprising the whole industry is talking about it!”
“This year’s event will have over 200 exhibitors showcasing products, services and training from throughout the CAM marketplace, support from all of the major associations and over 100 seminars,workshops and demonstrations taking place in ten dedicated areas”.
One of the speakers is none other than my old friend Margaret Coats. She is going to speak about boiling frogs. She will emphasis how you dont make the water too hot to start with or they jump out, you put the frogs in the water and gradually turn up the heat. “Margaret is looking forward to meeting the many individuals who work so tirelessly on behalf of complementary healthcare” http://www.camexpo.co.uk/seminars-2/seminars/seminar-speakers/#7
- Got an urgent e-mail from Harry Cayton OBE; the Chief Executive of Council for Health Care Regulatory Excellence (CHRE)
- F#*K off. Margaret and I are doing a great job. General Chiropractic Council Chair Peter Dixon responds to the associations.
- Did BCA finally find its spine and tell the General Chiropractic Council, its not fit for purpose?
- It goes against natural justice for the General Chiropractic Council to set a new bench mark for what constitutes “Unprofessional Conduct” without informing registrants.
- Unfortunately Peter Dixon and the General Chiropractic Council are 3 years and 700 complaints too late.
- The Department of Healths White Paper suggests they may be about to tell Coats and Dixon that their General Chiropractic Council is not fit for purpose