About Richard Eaton

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Richard Eaton LL.B (Hons) whose professional background is as a barrister (Bar Council - Academic Division) - now retired - and as a lecturer in law, believes that the future for practitioners of complementary and alternative medicine in private practice lies within well-managed Health Centres. He formerly owned and managed, together with his wife Marion Eaton LLB (Hons) Reiki Master Teacher, the Professional Centre for Holistic Health in Hastings, East Sussex. He now provides consultancy services through his company, Touchworks Ltd, including in relation to the practice management of CAM.  Richard Eaton’s book Business Guide for Health Therapists: How to find what you need to Know is available: As an e-book (with hyperlinks) from a variety of digital stores at www.books2read.com/BG4HT; In print as a coil-bound paperback; In print and ebook from amazon; Price: £6.00. Richard writes a quarterly blog for The College of Medicine (“Complementary” section) and may be contacted via rmceaton@btinternet.com    www.richardeaton.co.uk/  http://uk.linkedin.com/in/richardmceaton

 

Articles by Richard Eaton

  1. Complementary Medicine – Prepare for the Future

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    In April 2003, Hazel Blears, the Public Health Minister, announced that the government will spend £1.3 million on research into complementary medicine in a five-year programme, w...

  2. Complementary Medicine and the Voluntary sector

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    This article looks at issues relevant to the future practice of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM). This includes the relaxation of constitutional and economic restriction...

  3. Practitioners Must State The Case For Complementary and Alternative Medicine

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    This is an urgent call to all practitioners to state the case for complementary and alternative medicine. The view accepted and promoted by the media is that because CAM lacks the e...

  4. Is Choice of Healthcare a Human Right?

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    This article is intended to stimulate discussion about how the remit of the Human Rights Act 1998 may or may not apply to the activities of the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA)...

  5. Your CAM Practice and the Advertising Standards Authority Ltd - Time to take Action

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    The issues explored in this article are of vital importance to the success of your business and to the freedom of your patients to choose a CAM practitioner and treatment. If you r...

  6. Advertising Complementary Medicine - Where Next with Regulation Reform

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    This article updates and expands upon my previous article that appeared on PH Online (Issue 228, February 2016): Your CAM Practice and the Advertising Standards Authority Ltd – Tim...

Book reviews by Richard Eaton

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