Professional Vocational Training in Homeopathy for Health professionals

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Reasons to train in homeopathy

1. Help more patients


There is a demand for natural treatment options more and more these days as less people are willing to take conventional drugs with side effects – especially if the side effects are worse than the original symptoms. Integrating homeopathy into your practice gives you another option for those patients who cannot be helped with conventional treatment or for those patients for whom conventional treatment has not worked.

2. Personal development


Homeopathy could be an extra tool that gives you the edge over other profession

als in your practice.  You will be learning about a whole new system of medicine and a new way of looking at health entirely which many Faculty members say has made them better practitioners.

3. Cost effectiveness

Homeopathy is cheap and may save in referrals to specialists and consultants.

Find out why other healthcare professionals have decided to train in homeopathy and how they use homeopathy in their day to day practice.

Basic course requirements


Faculty of Homeopathy courses are open to statutorily registered healthcare professionals such as doctors, nurses, and dentists and vets.  Find out more about our training courses. Currently those with the BHMS and DHMS qualifications are not eligible for Faculty of Homeopathy training or membership.

LFHom Vocational Training is now available in Malaysia!

This vocational training is in preparation for the primary care exam which leads to the LFHom.  The LFHom membership entitles the holder to associate membership in the Malaysian Homeopathic Medical Council .

The foundation level course is open to all statutorily regulated healthcare professionals with qualifications that are registrable in the UK – for examples doctors who are registered with the General Medical Council (GMC).
LFHom’s must always work within the bounds of competence expected of their profession and their homeopathic knowledge.The course ultimately leads to Licenced Associate membership of the Faculty of Homeopathy (LFHom) upon passing the Primary Health Care Examination (PHCE) which equips professionals with an understanding of the basic principles of homeopathy and the ability to treat acute cases.  Some professionals can then start to treat more complex cases under supervision and work towards the MFHom.

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