Clinical effectiveness for practicing homeopathic doctors and homeopathy students, leading to DipUKHomeo certification.
The course consists of 3 modules, each requiring 16 hours of online course attendance and directed learning. All courses carry certification from both the Sukul Institute of Homeopathic Research, India and the North West College of Homoeopathy, UK.
Course content is accessed online. You will receive your password once you have enrolled and paid for the course.
Each module includes videos, written course material accessible online, tutor support and final assessment.
Tutor support is available with every course, with two tutors assigned by each course, one from each institution.
Call in times with tutors are specified for any personal contact in respect of course-related matters. Electronic contact may take place within these periods, or more flexibly.
Not all homeopathic doctors are successful. This course focuses on the core mission of the homeopath: to heal in everyday practice. Through a series of assessed and supervised case studies and other learning experiences, it embeds and evaluates your clinical effectiveness. Step by step, we review the clinical application of the everyday skills of a successful practitioner - case taking, case analysis, repertorisation and prescribing – strengthening your understanding, confidence and competence.
Diploma students should be studying for, or graduates of a nationally recognised homoeopathy qualification. Diploma students must submit a preliminary case analysis to confirm their suitability to benefit from the course, and ability to practice safely. Students should be appropriately insured for supervised homeopathic case practice. Students will not be admitted who have convictions for sexual offences, or abuse of children or vulnerable adults.
North West College of Homoeopathy: For the 2015/16 course, the course tutors will be College Principal George Garlick RSHom and College Clinical Director Sue Hladky RSHom. [link to personal profiles & pictures]
Comprehensive study materials are divided into 3 modules, with two audio-visual lectures per module, one each from the Sukul Institute and the North West College of Homoeopathy UK.
The following is a guide to the thrust areas of the course. A full modular syllabus will be available three months before the start date.
Course materials will be available from September 2015. Students are expected to complete the course within a six month period.