Society launches new literary prize for students

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    [post_content] => Homeopathy students are being invited to write an essay about their interests and experiences in a new literary competition.

Student clinical members in their third or fourth year are encouraged to address topics such as clinical education, interesting career routes into homeopathy and the realities of studying the subject.

The successful writer will win a full year’s membership to the Society of Homeopaths following their graduation with the winning essay published in the Society's journal, New Homeopath.

Entries must not run to more than 1,000 words (excluding references) and entrants must be student clinical members of the Society. The essay must be submitted in electronic form by midnight, Sunday September 23.

The winner will receive their first year of membership of the Society - currently worth £244 - and 50% off the fee for the following year’s annual conference. Around half a dozen writers of short-listed essays will also receive the 50% discount.

The winning student will be invited to collect their prize at the Society’s annual conference next spring.

"The views and opinions of established practitioners are regularly aired and discussed at the Society’s events and through its communication channels so the prospect of hearing first-hand, front-line accounts from the homeopaths of the future is both intriguing and exciting," said Mark Taylor, Chief Executive of the Society of Homeopaths. "We hope the prize of membership and a discount to the conference, a key networking event for the sector, will attract plenty of interest."

Further information will be published in the summer issue of the New Homeopath.
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Homeopathy students are being invited to write an essay about their interests and experiences in a new literary competition.

Student clinical members in their third or fourth year are encouraged to address topics such as clinical education, interesting career routes into homeopathy and the realities of studying the subject.

The successful writer will win a full year’s membership to the Society of Homeopaths following their graduation with the winning essay published in the Society’s journal, New Homeopath.

Entries must not run to more than 1,000 words (excluding references) and entrants must be student clinical members of the Society. The essay must be submitted in electronic form by midnight, Sunday September 23.

The winner will receive their first year of membership of the Society – currently worth £244 – and 50% off the fee for the following year’s annual conference. Around half a dozen writers of short-listed essays will also receive the 50% discount.

The winning student will be invited to collect their prize at the Society’s annual conference next spring.

“The views and opinions of established practitioners are regularly aired and discussed at the Society’s events and through its communication channels so the prospect of hearing first-hand, front-line accounts from the homeopaths of the future is both intriguing and exciting,” said Mark Taylor, Chief Executive of the Society of Homeopaths. “We hope the prize of membership and a discount to the conference, a key networking event for the sector, will attract plenty of interest.”

Further information will be published in the summer issue of the New Homeopath.

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