Members ‘confident’ about their professional future, survey finds

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    [post_content] => Four out of five members feel confident about their professional futures in homeopathy, according to the Society’s annual survey.

Two-thirds of members who responded to this year’s questionnaire said they felt supported by the Society and the resources it provided online with almost 90 per cent saying they made use of the members area of the website.

The vast majority (84 per cent) of respondents said they felt they needed the most support during the first five years after graduating with setting up a business and issues related to regulation identified as the most troublesome topics.

Members who responded to the survey were 89 per cent women with 70 per cent aged between 35 and 64. Nine out of ten were in practice, the majority having been so for an average of between 11 and 15 years.

Two-thirds of respondents said their main place of work was their home and 85 per cent said they offered telephone or video-call consultations.

“Once again, the results of the survey show that the membership are broadly encouraged about their practices and the help the Society provides,” said Pamela Stevens, the Society’s Marketing Manager.

“The invaluable information it revealed enables the Society to keep up-to-date with who members are and how homeopathy features in their professional lives.”

Society members' can read the highlights here 
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Four out of five members feel confident about their professional futures in homeopathy, according to the Society’s annual survey.

Two-thirds of members who responded to this year’s questionnaire said they felt supported by the Society and the resources it provided online with almost 90 per cent saying they made use of the members area of the website.

The vast majority (84 per cent) of respondents said they felt they needed the most support during the first five years after graduating with setting up a business and issues related to regulation identified as the most troublesome topics.

Members who responded to the survey were 89 per cent women with 70 per cent aged between 35 and 64. Nine out of ten were in practice, the majority having been so for an average of between 11 and 15 years.

Two-thirds of respondents said their main place of work was their home and 85 per cent said they offered telephone or video-call consultations.

“Once again, the results of the survey show that the membership are broadly encouraged about their practices and the help the Society provides,” said Pamela Stevens, the Society’s Marketing Manager.

“The invaluable information it revealed enables the Society to keep up-to-date with who members are and how homeopathy features in their professional lives.”

Society members’ can read the highlights here 

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