Each year we present a variety of awards to homeopaths and others who have made a significant contribution to homeopathy. Fellowships are awarded annually at the Society’s AGM, following nominations from registered members.
Society Fellowship awards recognise inspirational individuals who have made a significant contribution to the profession for the benefit of the public.
We award fellowships to registered members of the Society who have undertaken innovative work either in research or the introduction of a new methodology. Their work will have had a positive impact on homeopathy teaching and practice, or made an outstanding contribution over a substantial period of time to the practice, promotion or teaching of homeopathy, significantly contributing to the development of the profession.
Recipients of this award can use the letters FSHom after their names. On retirement their membership status will become FSHom (retired). Should a registered Fellow cancel their membership, they’ll be entitled to use the designation FSHom (Honorary).
The following registered members have been awarded Fellowship of the Society of Homeopaths:
Subrata Banerjea, Annie Batchelor, Marcus Christo, Lyn Clark, Sue Craven, Sue Crump, Zofia Dymitr, Marcus Fernandez, Stephanie Field, George Garlick, Linda Gwillim, Caroline Jurdon, Janice Micallef, John Morgan, David Mundy, Rachel Roberts, Bill Rumble, Janet Snowdon, Simon Taffler, Alexander Tournier, Linda Wicks and Susan Young.
John Lee and Francis Treuherz are Retired Fellows of the Society of Homeopaths.
We award Honorary Fellowships to people who have made a significant contribution to the development of the profession of homeopathy, but who are not Society members or necessarily homeopaths. They’re entitled to the designation FSHom (Honorary).
Both of these awards are given annually at the Society’s AGM, following nominations from registered members.
The following people are Honorary Fellows of the Society of Homeopaths:
Maria Apps, Grazyna Baran, Tina Burchill, Miranda Castro, Peter Chappell, Kate Chatfield, John Churchill, Hilery Dorrian, Jean Duckworth, Murray Feldman, Philippa Fibert, Colin Griffith, Patricia Haggie, Barbara Harwood, Asgar Hassanali, Anthony Hurley, Chris Jones, Louis Klein, Felicity Lee, Christine Lees, Sato Liu, Robin Logan, David Needleman, Robert Nichols, Nicky Pool, Clare Relton, Sheila Ryan, Roger Savage, Camilla Sherr, Jeremy Sherr, Neil Slade, Juliet Smith, Pamela Stevens, Michael Thompson, David Tredinnick, Jenni Tree, George Vithoulkas, Frans Vermeulen and David Witko.
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The closing date for nominations is 5pm on 6th February, 2023