Society welcomes new editorial team for print and digital

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    [post_content] => Two new editors have been appointed to oversee the Society of Homeopaths’ journal which is re-launching in March 2018 with a fresh title - New Homeopath.

Julia Lockwood has been a homeopath for ten years and, alongside running a general homeopathic practice, works part-time at a mainstream drug and alcohol service. Early last year, she graduated from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) with a MSc in Integrated Healthcare, where she researched the homeopathic treatment of addictions.

Before becoming a homeopath, she was a journalist and has experience of magazine production as well as reporting and sub-editing.

Julie’s co-editor is Sarah Lane who has ten years’ experience working as a Classical and Sensations Method homeopath and currently has a private practice in Oxford.

Sarah also volunteers at a residence for homeless people in High Wycombe and is in the second year of her MSc in Integrated Healthcare at UCLan.

The society also has a new digital editor.

Julie Nightingale is a journalist specialising in education and technology, who has worked for national news organisations, magazines and broadcasters.

She is also a part-time lecturer at Nottingham Trent University where she leads the Master’s courses in News and Magazine Journalism.
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Two new editors have been appointed to oversee the Society of Homeopaths’ journal which is re-launching in March 2018 with a fresh title – New Homeopath.

Julia Lockwood has been a homeopath for ten years and, alongside running a general homeopathic practice, works part-time at a mainstream drug and alcohol service. Early last year, she graduated from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) with a MSc in Integrated Healthcare, where she researched the homeopathic treatment of addictions.

Before becoming a homeopath, she was a journalist and has experience of magazine production as well as reporting and sub-editing.

Julie’s co-editor is Sarah Lane who has ten years’ experience working as a Classical and Sensations Method homeopath and currently has a private practice in Oxford.

Sarah also volunteers at a residence for homeless people in High Wycombe and is in the second year of her MSc in Integrated Healthcare at UCLan.

The society also has a new digital editor.

Julie Nightingale is a journalist specialising in education and technology, who has worked for national news organisations, magazines and broadcasters.

She is also a part-time lecturer at Nottingham Trent University where she leads the Master’s courses in News and Magazine Journalism.

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