EUROPEAN CENTRAL COUNCIL
OF HOMEOPATHS
Ensuring patients have access to high
quality homeopathic treatment

THE PLATFORM FOR THE HOMEOPATHY PROFESSION IN EUROPE

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17th January, 2017

Solid base of research in homeopathy for livestock needs new focus

New comprehensive literature review of homeopathy in livestock farming shows positive results but contains an important message for the future work of homeopathy researchers. A new comprehensive literature review of ...

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30th August, 2016

New study reinforces the evidence that homeopathic treatment improves survival time in patients diagnosed with cancer

20 August 2016 In a follow-up study to an earlier paper (a) Frass and colleagues further confirm the potential of homeopathy to improve survival time in patients diagnosed with cancer. ...

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Education and Training

Throughout Europe most education and training in homeopathy is offered by private schools and courses offering diplomas and licentiates. Education and training in homeopathy is unregulated in most European countries so there is no official definition of what is required to educate a competent homeopath. There is no single diploma or qualification which has Europe-wide recognition.

ECCH, which represents the majority of professional and heilpraktiker homeopaths in Europe and the International Council of Homeopaths have published the ‘International Guidelines for Homeopathy Education’ in 2011. This document has been influential in establishing common standards of education and training across Europe and has become recognised as the established requirements within the profession worldwide.

Accreditation

Independent Accreditation of courses marks an important step in the establishment of any profession.  Accreditation of courses requires that course providers undertake a comprehensive review of their course delivery processes and infrastructure. The review is carried out against a set of criteria jointly established by the professional body and the education providers it works with. This process aims to produce practitioners who are competent to practise and ready for registration with a national register.

Post-graduate education

Homeopaths wishing to pursue further education can apply to do a Masters degree in Integrated Healthcare

http://www.uclan.ac.uk/information/courses/msc_integrated_healthcare.php

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