Society responds to ASA

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Members of the Society are being offered support and advice following the revision of advertising guidelines by the Advertising Standards Authority.

This follows the ASA/CAP mailing this week to all UK homeopaths including registered members of the Society. Chief Executive Mark Taylor and Professional Standards Manager Victoria Garratt have been in discussion with the ASA team over a number of months and have prepared guidelines and FAQs to assist Society members.

General information may be located here with further information available to members in the professional conduct area of this website.

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Members of the Society are being offered support and advice following the revision of advertising guidelines by the Advertising Standards Authority.

This follows the ASA/CAP mailing this week to all UK homeopaths including registered members of the Society. Chief Executive Mark Taylor and Professional Standards Manager Victoria Garratt have been in discussion with the ASA team over a number of months and have prepared guidelines and FAQs to assist Society members.

General information may be located here with further information available to members in the professional conduct area of this website.

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