Society launches independent route to registration for experienced homeopaths

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    [post_content] => The Society of Homeopaths is opening up a new path to registration, aimed at people with existing professional experience in the field of homeopathy.

The new Independent route will enable practitioners who can provide evidence of substantial practice experience and/or who have trained with colleges not accredited by the Society to become registered homeopaths (RSHom).

It offers experienced or already well-qualified applicants a way to demonstrate their eligibility via a more streamlined process while still meeting the Society's strict criteria for registration.

"It has long been the intention of the Society to provide a non-bureaucratic route into registered status for those who didn't take our accredited courses while, at the same time, maintaining the high standards that are recognised by patients and regulators alike," said Ros Sturley, the Society's Professional Standards Manager. "We look forward to hearing from the many who want access to the credibility and benefits of being an RSHom."

RSHom status is highly valued, she added, as the Society’s register of homeopaths, the only one in the UK, is accredited by the Professional Standards Authority (PSA).

The introduction of the Independent route is part of a set of innovations by the Society marking its 40th anniversary and aimed at ensuring the Society is responding to changing needs, practices and challenges in the sector.

Other initiatives include a relaunch of the Society journal later this year, the introduction of free membership for students, the development of an e-learning platform for members and a grant scheme for community homeopathy clinics.

For more information on the new registration route go to Independent Registration

 

 
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The Society of Homeopaths is opening up a new path to registration, aimed at people with existing professional experience in the field of homeopathy.

The new Independent route will enable practitioners who can provide evidence of substantial practice experience and/or who have trained with colleges not accredited by the Society to become registered homeopaths (RSHom).

It offers experienced or already well-qualified applicants a way to demonstrate their eligibility via a more streamlined process while still meeting the Society’s strict criteria for registration.

“It has long been the intention of the Society to provide a non-bureaucratic route into registered status for those who didn’t take our accredited courses while, at the same time, maintaining the high standards that are recognised by patients and regulators alike,” said Ros Sturley, the Society’s Professional Standards Manager. “We look forward to hearing from the many who want access to the credibility and benefits of being an RSHom.”

RSHom status is highly valued, she added, as the Society’s register of homeopaths, the only one in the UK, is accredited by the Professional Standards Authority (PSA).

The introduction of the Independent route is part of a set of innovations by the Society marking its 40th anniversary and aimed at ensuring the Society is responding to changing needs, practices and challenges in the sector.

Other initiatives include a relaunch of the Society journal later this year, the introduction of free membership for students, the development of an e-learning platform for members and a grant scheme for community homeopathy clinics.

For more information on the new registration route go to Independent Registration

 

 

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