Obviously she got a glowing reference from Peter Dixon et al as they thought she had done a great job bringing the chiropractic profession to its knees now she is to turn her attention to Alexander technique, Aromatherapy, Bowen, Hypnotherapy,Massage,Naturopathy, reflexology, etc etc and do the same to them. Like Coats, Greg Price was forced out nevertheless was able to get the exact same job for the regulator for psychotherapists until members found out what he had been up to and they forced him out. Lets hope the same happens to Coats, but I doubt it its called cronyism.
Media Release for the Complementary and Natural Health Care Council
8 August 2011
CNHC Appoints new CEO / Registrar
CNHC Board is delighted to announce the appointment of Margaret Coats as Interim CEO/Registrar from 1 September 2011. Margaret was CEO and Registrar at the General Chiropractic Council until April 2011 and has recently been working with CNHC in an advisory capacity. She has an impressive career pathway, including roles as CEO of the Occupational Standards Council for Health & Social Care and Head of the NHS Open Learning Unit. Margaret will be working 3 days a week initially, whilst undertaking a review of the organisation’s structure and functions.
Maggy Wallace, CNHC Chair, commented: “We are delighted to have secured the services of such an experienced CEO at this time. Margaret’s experience in the regulatory sector and beyond, together with her extensive networks, will bring additional resource to CNHC to support its future development. I know the Board look forward to working with her and reaping the benefit of her wide experience.”
The CNHC Board, at its meeting on 2 August 2011, expressed its gratitude and appreciation to Maggie Dunn, who stands down as CEO/Registrar from 31 August 2011. Recognition was given to the huge amount of progress that CNHC has achieved since its inception, a significant amount of which has been due to Maggie’s tireless involvement.
Tribute was paid to the time and effort she has given to the organisation since 2008, particularly in building up excellent working relationships with the CNHC’s Professions Specific Boards and Professional Associations. Her skills in mediation and problem solving have proved invaluable in bringing different groups together, to recognise how much they have in common, as well as celebrating their own unique features.
Maggy Wallace, CNHC Chair, said: “Maggie’s unstinting commitment to getting CNHC up and running as an effective body has been exemplary. Maggie has been a real pleasure to work with and we are delighted that she remains on the Board of Directors and will continue to build and maintain links with professional colleagues.”
- Any nutter can make a complaint to a regulator, its the idiots who act on vexatious complaints you have to wonder about.
- Amit Patel’s Freedom of Information request to the CHRE.
- The General Chiropractic Council needs your registration fees to survive and will not put up fees for fear many chiropractors will come off the register
- F#*K off. Margaret and I are doing a great job. General Chiropractic Council Chair Peter Dixon responds to the associations.
- 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
- Hell hath no fury than when a wife and mistress get together with Margaret Coats at the General Chiropractic Council
- The complaint against Peter Dixon was not sent to the PCC and he was able to remain as chair of the General Chiropractic Council
- Got an urgent e-mail from Harry Cayton OBE; the Chief Executive of Council for Health Care Regulatory Excellence (CHRE)
- The CHRE does not have the authority or the will to investigate the General Chiropractic Council
- If Peter Dixon cares about the chiropractic profession as he claims, he should go now and take Coats with him or risk Self Regulation for chiropractors.