Colleges news: Training, speakers and graduation time

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The Homeopathic College of East Anglia welcomed Alison Fixsen, Society of Homeopaths research officer, for a presentation to all four of the college's year groups.

Other recent visitors have included Magda Taylor whose day-long event focused on the merits and otherwise of the vaccination process. Magda covered the amazing history of Edward Jenner, exploring the theories behind vaccination – germ theory, antibody theory and herd immunity - through to the more recent concerns regarding the MMR vaccine.

Two students are graduating this year who completed their studies a few years ago but were unable to complete their case work portfolio at the time.

"Happily, with a successful year’s refresher in the fourth year, they are full of renewed enthusiasm are now working and focused on their portfolio to enable them to move into registered practice," said Trish Stephenson, college principal.

Elsewhere, recruitment is well advanced at the college this year and open days and special Introduction to Homeopathy events, presented by alumni have all been successful.

"We find that by having a previous student presenting to a group of potential applicants gives those new folk an opportunity to really peek behind the scenes and hear real life stories about student life and how the college supports and encourages them along their path to successful practice," added Trish.

Welsh School

A busy academic year at the Welsh School has included very well attended winter and summer schools and CPD days with Alex Waters on the three principles, Anthony Bickley on bowel nosodes, and peer CPD and supervisor training days.

One of the fourth year projects featured a trituration of dimocarpus longon fruit which is being written up shortly with a proving link to go on the website.

An introductory day in April for next academic year was very well attended and led to a good number of bookings. A second introductory day is coming up on September 8.

Other events for next year include CPD days with Mike Bridger on October 26, Magda Taylor on February 25 2019 and the postgrad course with Bill Rumble and Linda Gwillim.
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Homeopathic College of East Anglia

The Homeopathic College of East Anglia welcomed Alison Fixsen, Society of Homeopaths research officer, for a presentation to all four of the college’s year groups.

Other recent visitors have included Magda Taylor whose day-long event focused on the merits and otherwise of the vaccination process. Magda covered the amazing history of Edward Jenner, exploring the theories behind vaccination – germ theory, antibody theory and herd immunity – through to the more recent concerns regarding the MMR vaccine.

Two students are graduating this year who completed their studies a few years ago but were unable to complete their case work portfolio at the time.

“Happily, with a successful year’s refresher in the fourth year, they are full of renewed enthusiasm are now working and focused on their portfolio to enable them to move into registered practice,” said Trish Stephenson, college principal.

Elsewhere, recruitment is well advanced at the college this year and open days and special Introduction to Homeopathy events, presented by alumni have all been successful.

“We find that by having a previous student presenting to a group of potential applicants gives those new folk an opportunity to really peek behind the scenes and hear real life stories about student life and how the college supports and encourages them along their path to successful practice,” added Trish.

Welsh School

A busy academic year at the Welsh School has included very well attended winter and summer schools and CPD days with Alex Waters on the three principles, Anthony Bickley on bowel nosodes, and peer CPD and supervisor training days.

One of the fourth year projects featured a trituration of dimocarpus longon fruit which is being written up shortly with a proving link to go on the website.

An introductory day in April for next academic year was very well attended and led to a good number of bookings. A second introductory day is coming up on September 8.

Other events for next year include CPD days with Mike Bridger on October 26, Magda Taylor on February 25 2019 and the postgrad course with Bill Rumble and Linda Gwillim.

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