Apr 292019
 

FICTA Census report.

Background: Following a lengthy debate at FICTA AGM it was decided to compile data on Family medical history from clients that were attending our therapists. The questionnaire compiled would be anonymous, members and member associations’ involvement was to be voluntary and anonymous.

See also:

“Complementary alternative medicine (CAM) use in Ireland: a secondary analysis of SLAN data”.

National prevalence studies on CAM use have been undertaken internationally, however, to date no such studies have been performed in Ireland. The aim of this study was to estimate the prevalence of CAM use among the general population in Ireland and to identify characteristics of typical Irish CAM users.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20430292?fbclid=IwAR0sX4eV8e6Cdte5uvceAaUdK4XRI-RkVME4PrVeNC5bv4EIjsIhk4pmWKg

Apr 042019
 

 The remaining 2019 General Committee Meetings 

will take place at

The Education & Research Centre, Harold’s Cross, D6W

on the following dates:

Saturday September 14th from 1pm to 4pm

Sunday October 20th from 11am to 1pm

Saturday November 23rd from 1pm to 4pm

Mar 032018
 

Training and Public Awareness.

The Data Protection Commission has prepared a series of PowerPoint presentations on different aspects of data protection which are available on its website and on Youtube (www.youtube.com/dataprotection). You can “mix-and-match” from these different presentations to come up with a presentation that matches the needs of your particular organisation and practice.