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14th November, 2022

European Antibiotic Awareness Day 2022

Resolving AMR by reducing the reliance on antibiotic treatment It needs to become a priority to resolve AMR by reducing reliance on antibiotic medicines. This can be achieved by keeping ...

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11th May, 2022

The Big M: HRT vs natural – homeopathy ‘preferred’ for high breast cancer risk women

Menopause experts discuss the benefits of homeopathy For many women, taking control of perimenopause and menopause is liberating and empowering, during a time where our bodies experience massive biochemical changes. ...

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International Education Guidelines

In 2011 ECCH and the International Council of Homeopathy jointly published a revised edition of the previous ECCH Guidelines for Homeopathy Education. This is now the internationally recommended core curriculum for the education and training of a competent homeopath who has not had a previous conventional medical education.

A pdf copy of the 2011 revised ‘Guidelines’ can be downloaded here:international guidelines for homeopathy education

Accreditation of Courses of Homeopathy Education

ECCH has developed a short guidance document on accreditation of courses which complements the  ‘International Guidelines for Homeopathy Education’ 2011 .This document can be found integrated into the Professional Portfolio as Section 3.1 .