Conference: Dion Tabrett explores Burnett’s approach to homeopathy and serious disease

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    [post_content] => The work of James Compton Burnett, the 19th-century doctor who embraced homeopathy and became a celebrated exponent of 'free thought' in medical matters, will be revisited by Dion Tabrett at the Society of Homeopaths annual conference on Sunday (April 29).

Burnett trained as a doctor before becoming interested in homeopathy in the 1870s and later wrote Fifty Reasons for Being a Homoeopath. By the end of the 19th century, his practice had become the most successful in London.

Dion, who lectures on case analysis methods, anatomy and physiology at the Contemporary College of Homeopathy in Bristol, will look at Burnett's use of homeopathy with patients suffering from a range of serious diseases, including TB.

He will focus in particular on how Burnett distinguished between the symptomatic simillimum and the pathological simillimum, defining the differences and providing clinical examples.

The Society of Homeopaths annual conference, April 28-29, is at the School of Pharmacy in London. Click here for details and how to book.
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The work of James Compton Burnett, the 19th-century doctor who embraced homeopathy and became a celebrated exponent of ‘free thought’ in medical matters, will be revisited by Dion Tabrett at the Society of Homeopaths annual conference on Sunday (April 29).

Burnett trained as a doctor before becoming interested in homeopathy in the 1870s and later wrote Fifty Reasons for Being a Homoeopath. By the end of the 19th century, his practice had become the most successful in London.

Dion, who lectures on case analysis methods, anatomy and physiology at the Contemporary College of Homeopathy in Bristol, will look at Burnett’s use of homeopathy with patients suffering from a range of serious diseases, including TB.

He will focus in particular on how Burnett distinguished between the symptomatic simillimum and the pathological simillimum, defining the differences and providing clinical examples.

The Society of Homeopaths annual conference, April 28-29, is at the School of Pharmacy in London. Click here for details and how to book.

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