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Student Workshop 2021

  4 Jun 2021


Live online event - FREE to Society student members - An introduction to flowering plants with Michal Yakir - The Patient Voice - the value of collecting patient data with Lucinda Torabi

Live Online Event

Friday 4th June


FREE to Society Student members

Fantastic opportunity to join colleagues online for an informative and inspirational day at the Society’s annual Student Workshop.

An introduction to Flowering Plants with Michal Yakir

Living in Israel and working as a homeopath for 27 years, Michal has been developing her systematic, evolutionary approach of plants in homeopathy for a very long time. As a former botanist, models ecologist and researcher as well as an ongoing avid gardener, she was intrigued by the homeopathic implications of the evolutionary order found in nature, particularly in the plant kingdom. Investigating the question for many years, adding clinical observation, late night studies, new homeopathic ideas and collaborating with colleagues – all were synthesized with her own botanical, psychological, and Kabbalistic understanding: the knowledge that the world is one living entity. The integration of all this led to the development of the plant table, which exposes a wondrous order of the plant kingdom.  Dr. Yakir has completed a PhD (with the collaboration of George Vithoulkas) at the Jerusalem University on the effect of homeopathic treatment in PMS. For many years she has been teaching homeopathy in Israel and recently all over the world. She is also past chairwoman of the Israeli association for homeopathy in Israel and the editor of its homeopathic journal. Her book: ‘Wondrous Order – The Table of Plant ” is currently being published in English and German by NARYANA verlag.

The Patient Voice – the value of collecting patient data with Lucinda Torabi

As a practitioner with many years experience, Lucinda will be showing you how you can record your patients’ experiences using simple questionnaires and how valuable this will be for your practice and the profession as a whole.  She will also discuss her own and other practitioners experiences in collecting Patient Related Outcome Measures (PROMs) and share a case example.

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Student Workshop 2021 Timetable


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