Professional standards to be central to Society strategy

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Emily Buttrum, Chief Executive of the Society of Homeopaths, has written to members setting out the Society’s plans to update its guidance for members on a range of issues. Emily, who took over the role in October, has been working with the Society Board to explore how its strategy can be refined to give greater focus to key areas, including professional standards. The move comes in the wake of a series of negative press stories about the profession including Society members. In a communication sent to members, Emily said: “The Society Board has discussed recent events and taken some time to align our leadership on the direction the Society must travel. The discussions were deep and far ranging but unanimous agreement was formed on the importance of professional standards. “With this as my mandate, I will bring together a revised Society strategy which will ensure that professional standards are at the heart of all we do. Included in this strategic work will be opportunities for members to have their say.” Emily added that she was positive the new direction would bring the homeopathic community together and that this is reflected in a joint statement issued on behalf of UK homeopathic organisations including registers; the Society of Homeopaths, Faculty of Homeopathy and the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths. The Society's position statements may be viewed here The Homeopathy sector statement may be viewed here
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Emily Buttrum, Chief Executive of the Society of Homeopaths, has written to members setting out the Society’s plans to update its guidance for members on a range of issues.

Emily, who took over the role in October, has been working with the Society Board to explore how its strategy can be refined to give greater focus to key areas, including professional standards.

The move comes in the wake of a series of negative press stories about the profession including Society members.

In a communication sent to members, Emily said: “The Society Board has discussed recent events and taken some time to align our leadership on the direction the Society must travel. The discussions were deep and far ranging but unanimous agreement was formed on the importance of professional standards.

“With this as my mandate, I will bring together a revised Society strategy which will ensure that professional standards are at the heart of all we do. Included in this strategic work will be opportunities for members to have their say.”

Emily added that she was positive the new direction would bring the homeopathic community together and that this is reflected in a joint statement issued on behalf of UK homeopathic organisations including registers; the Society of Homeopaths, Faculty of Homeopathy and the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths.

The Society’s position statements may be viewed here

The Homeopathy sector statement may be viewed here

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