Society looks to build on membership success and expand activity for 2019

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    [post_content] => A boost to membership and a raft of new benefits have helped the Society of Homeopaths to one of its most successful periods in recent years, Chief Executive Mark Taylor has said.

From the revamped journal, New Homeopath, to an enhanced membership structure and from the annual conference to its website, the Society has transformed the way it operates, becoming more "approachable and relevant" as a result, he said.

In 2018, student membership in particular saw an increase of 80% on the 2017 academic year, while the introduction of new CPD opportunities, online courses and an extra monthly newsletter had all helped members to engage and interact with the Society more effectively.

He promised even more improvements to meet the needs of practitioners over the next 12 months.

“For the first time in a few years, we can see reaction to all this activity reflected in a rise in members who are ready to take up and engage with our services,” he said.

“There will be more material on the website including My Practice, My Voice, e-learning and CPD. The weekly newsletter for members and the monthly Remedies newsletter for non-members, which already have high levels of readership satisfaction, will expand further.

“These improvements show that the Society is dedicated to communicating more robustly, more effectively and more often.”

This year’s conference – Three Wise Women, looking at infertility, pregnancy and beyond – promises to be another highlight with the Society aiming to expand on the success and delegate numbers of last year’s event.

“All this comes, of course, with an even greater determination on the part of everybody to make the case for homeopathy,” he added
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A boost to membership and a raft of new benefits have helped the Society of Homeopaths to one of its most successful periods in recent years, Chief Executive Mark Taylor has said.

From the revamped journal, New Homeopath, to an enhanced membership structure and from the annual conference to its website, the Society has transformed the way it operates, becoming more “approachable and relevant” as a result, he said.

In 2018, student membership in particular saw an increase of 80% on the 2017 academic year, while the introduction of new CPD opportunities, online courses and an extra monthly newsletter had all helped members to engage and interact with the Society more effectively.

He promised even more improvements to meet the needs of practitioners over the next 12 months.

“For the first time in a few years, we can see reaction to all this activity reflected in a rise in members who are ready to take up and engage with our services,” he said.

“There will be more material on the website including My Practice, My Voice, e-learning and CPD. The weekly newsletter for members and the monthly Remedies newsletter for non-members, which already have high levels of readership satisfaction, will expand further.

“These improvements show that the Society is dedicated to communicating more robustly, more effectively and more often.”

This year’s conference – Three Wise Women, looking at infertility, pregnancy and beyond – promises to be another highlight with the Society aiming to expand on the success and delegate numbers of last year’s event.

“All this comes, of course, with an even greater determination on the part of everybody to make the case for homeopathy,” he added

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