Calling new graduates: Help with making your move into practice

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    [post_content] => The Society is holding a special invitation only event for new homeopathy graduates to help them hit the ground running when it comes to starting a professional practice.

The one-day workshop in October will offer essential advice on setting up in business.

It features talks from homeopaths Matt Pepper on attracting patients, Selina Hatherley on running a clinic in the community, and a session from Society Board chair Linda Wicks on how homeopaths can support each other and avoid professional isolation.

The workshop is one of a set of benefits for recent graduates who join the Society. Membership entitles qualified homeopaths to use the letters RSHom or RSHom (Overseas) after their names and means they are enrolled on the UK’s only dedicated register of homeopaths accredited by the Professional Standards Authority (PSA).

Progression to full membership of the Society is automatic for existing student members but the registration process is simple for anyone who has completed one of the Society’s accredited courses, whether living in the UK or overseas, or for people who have studied with a non-Society accredited course, via the Society's Independent Route.

"Membership of the Society and the RSHom status gives new graduates an invaluable selling point when they are starting out in business," said Pamela Stevens, the Society's Marketing Manager. "The workshop will spell out some of the practical, business and social issues to contend with and we hope everyone will come away from it feeling inspired."

The workshop is on Saturday October 26 in London. Graduates will receive a personal invitation over the summer.

To find out more about registration with the Society click here
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The Society is holding a special invitation only event for new homeopathy graduates to help them hit the ground running when it comes to starting a professional practice.

The one-day workshop in October will offer essential advice on setting up in business.

It features talks from homeopaths Matt Pepper on attracting patients, Selina Hatherley on running a clinic in the community, and a session from Society Board chair Linda Wicks on how homeopaths can support each other and avoid professional isolation.

The workshop is one of a set of benefits for recent graduates who join the Society. Membership entitles qualified homeopaths to use the letters RSHom or RSHom (Overseas) after their names and means they are enrolled on the UK’s only dedicated register of homeopaths accredited by the Professional Standards Authority (PSA).

Progression to full membership of the Society is automatic for existing student members but the registration process is simple for anyone who has completed one of the Society’s accredited courses, whether living in the UK or overseas, or for people who have studied with a non-Society accredited course, via the Society’s Independent Route.

“Membership of the Society and the RSHom status gives new graduates an invaluable selling point when they are starting out in business,” said Pamela Stevens, the Society’s Marketing Manager. “The workshop will spell out some of the practical, business and social issues to contend with and we hope everyone will come away from it feeling inspired.”

The workshop is on Saturday October 26 in London. Graduates will receive a personal invitation over the summer.

To find out more about registration with the Society click here

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