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Latest News

03rd March, 2020

Pseudoscience award for a sceptic group

The Austrian medical and veterinarian homeopathic associations have awarded the 2019 Pseudoscience Award to a sceptic group. The jury took into consideration that the sceptics try to “agitate against complementary ...

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24th February, 2020

MEP Interest Group on AMR has been launched

19 February was the successful launch of the MEP Interest Group on Antimicrobial Resistance in the European Parliament. The event was co-organised by EPHA and Health Care Without Harm (HCWH) Europe ...

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Future Events

His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales Patron of the Faculty of Homeopathy

The Faculty of Homeopathy is delighted to announce His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales as Patron of the Faculty of Homeopathy

Dr Gary Smyth, President of the Faculty of Homeopathy comments, “As the Faculty celebrates its 175th anniversary this year, it is an enormous honour for us to receive the Patronage of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales and I am delighted to announce this news today. This news is also a fitting memorial to our late friend, colleague and former Faculty President, Dr Peter Fisher, who was a global champion of Homeopathy. I look forward to working with members, friends and supporters of the Faculty, continuing our important work, promoting Homeopathy within both public and professional circles and maintaining awareness of this system of medicine”.

The Faculty of Homeopathy is founded in 1844 and incorporated by Parliament in 1950 the Faculty supports registered medical professionals with their homeopathic practice. This institute is the only homeopathic organisation to be recognised by professional bodies such as the General Medical Council (GMC) and we have nine course providers, including four overseas.

The Faculty was incorporated by an Act of Parliament in 1950. The Act recognises the Faculty’s role in regulating the education, training and practice of homeopathy by the medical profession. Amendments to the Byelaws and Regulations over the years have extended the Faculty’s role to include other statutorily registered healthcare professionals.

 

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