Sato Liu

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  • Secretary, European Federation of Homeopathic Patients' Associations- April 2011 – Present (3 years 2 months) Europe
  • Projects Manager, Friends of the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine - October 2007 – Present (6 years 8 months)
  • Special Projects Manager, The Prince's Foundation for Integrated Health - September 2005 – September 2007 (2 years 1 month) "Initially, the position was to establish a patient and public involvement group, producing Terms of Reference and organising specialist consumer training. Once this group was up and running, the role widened to provide support to the Foundation's Programmes Director. The main focus of this work being on mapping and strategy which involved undertaking desk-based research and data analysis; preparing responses to government policy papers; writing reports, preparing briefing papers and providing recommendations for future development and activities.
  • Executive Director, The Natural Medicines Society (NMS)- February 1988 – January 2005 (17 years) United Kingdom "The NMS was established as a charity in 1985 to protect and develop the status of alternative and complementary medicines and therapies, representing the consumer views and interests. Having worked for the Society in various capacities since 1986, I became its Executive Director in 1988. I was responsible for the charity's strategic development and its day-to-day affairs, including financial and administrative, being accountable to the Trustees and members. The NMS was a consumer lobbying/campaigning membership organisation, working within the UK and European Parliaments. I was also Chairman of the NMS's Medicines Advisory Research Committee (MARC). Other positions held: Chairman of the Board of Trustees: Foundation for Traditional Chinese Medicine (1997 - 2002) and as initiator and Chairman of the UK Forum for Alternative and Complementary Medicine (1995-1997) I lobbied at the European Parliament on behalf of the UK's CAM community." [1]

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