Conference 2018: Vithoulkas and Sankaran join members to celebrate Society’s 40th year

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    [post_content] => Almost 200 members and supporters gathered at the School of Pharmacy in London at the weekend to attend the Society of Homeopaths' annual conference.

It was the highest number of delegates for a decade to the conference, which was also a celebration of the Society's 40th anniversary.

At events across Saturday and Sunday (April 28-29), the audience heard from some of the key figures in international homeopathy, including Prof George Vithoulkas, introduced by Andrew Ward, and Rajan Sankaran who both joined the conference for presentations via Skype.

Prof Vithoulkas, calling from Greece,  was warmly received by the audience during his hour-long presentation.



Rajan Sankaran gave a detailed account of the 8 Box Method of Homeopathy featuring the case of a professional athlete with bulimia and a range of other conditions who had been treated with anarcardium nut.

It was welcomed by member Saira Keevill-Thomas. "I enjoyed it very much," she said. "The presentation was very focused with a great deal of content and fantastic analysis."

A big highlight was the screening of Magic Pills, the documentary by filmmaker Ananda More on the Friday before the conference got underway.

Other events included workshops by Gabrielle Pinto, Myriam Shivadikar and Dr Nikunj Trivedi, presentations by Myriam and Dion Tabrett, plus updates on the work of their organisations from Mani Norland of 4Homeopathy, Simon Taffler of the Homeopathy Action Trust, and  Jo Morgan of the Ghana Homeopathy Project.



Pamela Stevens, Society marketing manager, said it was good to see the conference, which took the theme 'Meetings with Remarkable People', attracting more members than in recent years.

"We know that members find the networking opportunities invaluable, as well as the chance to hear from some of the leading lights of the homeopathy world," she said. "It is also wonderful for the staff and board members to meet the people we work for and to hear them sharing their experiences and ideas."

 
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Almost 200 members and supporters gathered at the School of Pharmacy in London at the weekend to attend the Society of Homeopaths’ annual conference.

It was the highest number of delegates for a decade to the conference, which was also a celebration of the Society’s 40th anniversary.

At events across Saturday and Sunday (April 28-29), the audience heard from some of the key figures in international homeopathy, including Prof George Vithoulkas, introduced by Andrew Ward, and Rajan Sankaran who both joined the conference for presentations via Skype.

Prof Vithoulkas, calling from Greece,  was warmly received by the audience during his hour-long presentation.

Rajan Sankaran gave a detailed account of the 8 Box Method of Homeopathy featuring the case of a professional athlete with bulimia and a range of other conditions who had been treated with anarcardium nut.

It was welcomed by member Saira Keevill-Thomas. “I enjoyed it very much,” she said. “The presentation was very focused with a great deal of content and fantastic analysis.”

A big highlight was the screening of Magic Pills, the documentary by filmmaker Ananda More on the Friday before the conference got underway.

Other events included workshops by Gabrielle Pinto, Myriam Shivadikar and Dr Nikunj Trivedi, presentations by Myriam and Dion Tabrett, plus updates on the work of their organisations from Mani Norland of 4Homeopathy, Simon Taffler of the Homeopathy Action Trust, and  Jo Morgan of the Ghana Homeopathy Project.

Pamela Stevens, Society marketing manager, said it was good to see the conference, which took the theme ‘Meetings with Remarkable People’, attracting more members than in recent years.

“We know that members find the networking opportunities invaluable, as well as the chance to hear from some of the leading lights of the homeopathy world,” she said. “It is also wonderful for the staff and board members to meet the people we work for and to hear them sharing their experiences and ideas.”

 

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