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The purpose of this site is to provide information about The Society of Homeopaths and the practice of homeopathy by its members. The Society of Homeopaths funds this website and is a non-profit making company limited by guarantee.
No personal data about an individual using this site will be obtained without their permission. Where any personal information is shown, for example, names and addresses of practitioners, it is displayed only with prior consent. Name and membership number and (optionally) email address will be stored on this site where The Society of Homeopaths members and staff have registered their details with the members only area. A log of IP addresses is held for all visitors to the site in cases of suspected security breaches. No other personal data are held on this site. Analytics are used to help us accurately estimate the number of visitors to the website and volumes of usage.
Basic information about The Society of Homeopaths and homeopathic practice is unlikely to change very often and therefore each page will not display a last-modified date. However, modern browsers can provide this information via the ‘Properties’ or ‘Page Info’ tabs. Practitioner details represent the latest information received from individual member practitioners, and in some cases may have changed.
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