Nominations open for Society fellowships to reward innovation and dedication

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    [post_content] => The Society is inviting nominations for this year’s fellowship awards designed to recognise people who have made a significant contribution to homeopathy.

The fellowship is available to Society members who have produced innovative work in research or new methodology or made a particularly telling contribution to the practice, promotion or teaching of homeopathy.

An honorary fellowship is also available to non-members although nominees should have strong links to the Society or homeopathy in general.

“These awards recognise the endeavour of members who have pursued excellence and broken new ground in the field, whether in practice, teaching or in advocacy,” said Society Chief Executive Emily Buttrum. “They are a great opportunity to reward the dedication of individuals to homeopathy.”

Nominations should be in by 5pm on December 31 and the awards will be presented at the Society’s 2020 AGM in April. Details and nomination forms are available here.
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The Society is inviting nominations for this year’s fellowship awards designed to recognise people who have made a significant contribution to homeopathy.

The fellowship is available to Society members who have produced innovative work in research or new methodology or made a particularly telling contribution to the practice, promotion or teaching of homeopathy.

An honorary fellowship is also available to non-members although nominees should have strong links to the Society or homeopathy in general.

“These awards recognise the endeavour of members who have pursued excellence and broken new ground in the field, whether in practice, teaching or in advocacy,” said Society Chief Executive Emily Buttrum. “They are a great opportunity to reward the dedication of individuals to homeopathy.”

Nominations should be in by 5pm on December 31 and the awards will be presented at the Society’s 2020 AGM in April. Details and nomination forms are available here.

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