First look at key themes for Society conference 2019

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    [post_content] => The benefits homeopathy can bring to the field of pregnancy and childbirth will be one of the key topics of next year’s Society annual conference and AGM.

The event – held over the weekend of March 22-24 at Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford – will hear presentations from ‘Three Wise Women’ who are Karen Allen from the US who will cover infertility and staying pregnant, Linda Gwillim (Wales) will talk about pregnancy and childbirth and Patricia Hatherly (Australia) will address breastfeeding and lactation.

"I am so excited to have the pleasure of bringing together 'Three Wise Women' who specialise in these fields,” said Marcus Christo, Society conference programme consultant.

“With women having children later in life, infertility on the increase and with the UK having one of the worst breast-feeding rates in the world, there is a wonderful place for homeopathy to thrive in an area that - according to some leading thinkers - has been over-medicalised, rather than treated as the natural process it is and deserves to be.”

The 2019 conference is a residential and features a workshop for students - free to those on Society-accredited courses - on the Friday. Organisers are hoping that it matches or exceeds the success of this year’s conference which attracted more than 180 delegates to the School of Pharmacy, University College London.

“The intention is to make the Society conference the one event that people go to each year that offers a rigorous programme of talks, seminars and workshops and a fantastic opportunity to network with members, Society board and staff, experts, academics and others from the homeopathy world,” said Society chief executive Mark Taylor.
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The benefits homeopathy can bring to the field of pregnancy and childbirth will be one of the key topics of next year’s Society annual conference and AGM.

The event – held over the weekend of March 22-24 at Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford – will hear presentations from ‘Three Wise Women’ who are Karen Allen from the US who will cover infertility and staying pregnant, Linda Gwillim (Wales) will talk about pregnancy and childbirth and Patricia Hatherly (Australia) will address breastfeeding and lactation.

“I am so excited to have the pleasure of bringing together ‘Three Wise Women’ who specialise in these fields,” said Marcus Christo, Society conference programme consultant.

“With women having children later in life, infertility on the increase and with the UK having one of the worst breast-feeding rates in the world, there is a wonderful place for homeopathy to thrive in an area that – according to some leading thinkers – has been over-medicalised, rather than treated as the natural process it is and deserves to be.”

The 2019 conference is a residential and features a workshop for students – free to those on Society-accredited courses – on the Friday. Organisers are hoping that it matches or exceeds the success of this year’s conference which attracted more than 180 delegates to the School of Pharmacy, University College London.

“The intention is to make the Society conference the one event that people go to each year that offers a rigorous programme of talks, seminars and workshops and a fantastic opportunity to network with members, Society board and staff, experts, academics and others from the homeopathy world,” said Society chief executive Mark Taylor.

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