Archive brings together 35 years of homeopathy expertise

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    [post_content] => A vast archive of homeopathy topics, featuring hundreds of articles which have appeared in the Society of Homeopaths' flagship journal over more than 35 years, is available to members on the Society website.

The articles, written by researchers, practitioners and other experts in the field, are brought together in a searchable database and provide an in-depth catalogue of resources to draw on.

The list can be searched by individual keyword and filtered by 19 category headings, including cases, clinical practice, materia medica, mental health, philosophy, remedy and research, and new articles will be continually added to the archive. Each article is briefly summarised and the full piece can be downloaded as a PDF.

Pamela Stevens, the Society’s marketing manager, said the archive represented an invaluable resource for members, whether they were looking for help with remedies for specific conditions, wanted to know about the theory of homeopathy to further their studies or were looking for ideas for developing their practice or countering sceptics.

“Drawing on 35 years of our journal, The Homeopath, it is one of the largest homeopathy libraries online in the UK and is a great benefit for students and practitioners alike,” she said.

“But it’s also interesting to see how some of the debates in the field have been addressed by the people writing in the journal. Science and the scientific evidence for homeopathy, the issue that perennially raises its head, for example, has been explored many times over the years in its pages and anyone looking for a rationale to help them assert the benefits of homeopathy will find plenty of thorough argument to draw on.”
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A vast archive of homeopathy topics, featuring hundreds of articles which have appeared in the Society of Homeopaths’ flagship journal over more than 35 years, is available to members on the Society website.

The articles, written by researchers, practitioners and other experts in the field, are brought together in a searchable database and provide an in-depth catalogue of resources to draw on.

The list can be searched by individual keyword and filtered by 19 category headings, including cases, clinical practice, materia medica, mental health, philosophy, remedy and research, and new articles will be continually added to the archive. Each article is briefly summarised and the full piece can be downloaded as a PDF.

Pamela Stevens, the Society’s marketing manager, said the archive represented an invaluable resource for members, whether they were looking for help with remedies for specific conditions, wanted to know about the theory of homeopathy to further their studies or were looking for ideas for developing their practice or countering sceptics.

“Drawing on 35 years of our journal, The Homeopath, it is one of the largest homeopathy libraries online in the UK and is a great benefit for students and practitioners alike,” she said.

“But it’s also interesting to see how some of the debates in the field have been addressed by the people writing in the journal. Science and the scientific evidence for homeopathy, the issue that perennially raises its head, for example, has been explored many times over the years in its pages and anyone looking for a rationale to help them assert the benefits of homeopathy will find plenty of thorough argument to draw on.”

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