Member Discussion & Annual General Meeting
Online – Thursday 20th April 2023 – 16.00-18.00
As part of the members’ discussion session Rachel Roberts BSc (Hons) MCH FSHom FFHom(Hon) Chief Executive of the Homeopathy Research Institute (HRI) will be joining us to discuss key developments in homeopathy research.
As with all areas of science, homeopathy research is a constantly evolving field. In this session we will take a look at the latest developments in homeopathy research, focusing on how our evidence base is actually developing, as well the evolution of the debate surrounding ‘the science of homeopathy’. This will also be an opportunity to learn more about the work of HRI, sharing news of continued efforts to promote high quality research on homeopathy at an international level.
Rachel’s update will begin at 16.00 as part of the members’ discussion session and will be followed by the AGM at 17.00.
More about Rachel
Rachel has a first-class degree in Biological Sciences (Physiology) from the University of Birmingham. She graduated from The College of Homeopathy, London in 1997 and was in private clinical practice as a homeopath until 2012. Rachel has lectured in homeopathy and medical sciences at various colleges in the UK and overseas. Her materia medica flashcards (the ‘Mat Med Cards’) were described as a ‘great contribution to homeopathy’. Rachel’s move from practice and teaching to the field of research began with the post of Research Consultant for the Society of Homeopaths (2008-2012). Rachel joined HRI part-time in 2010 and has worked for the Institute full-time since 2012. In 2013, Rachel was awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the Society (FSHom) to acknowledge her outstanding contribution to homeopathy.
Booking in advance essential. To ensure receipt of your booking confirmation email and to allow time to download Zoom, please book by 5pm on Wednesday 19th April.
AGM documentation available in the Members’ area of the website under My Society/AGM 2023
- Society members only