Levels of membership and costs

Student membership

Open to undergraduates training to become statutorily regulated healthcare professionals. Requires no previous training or qualification in homeopathy.

Click here to apply for Student membership of the Faculty of Homeopathy.

Associate membership

Open to statutorily regulated healthcare professionals. Requires no previous training or qualification in homeopathy.  All applicants for the Primary Health Care Examination (PHCE) and LFHom Vet examinations in 2018 will receive one year’s Associate membership when they apply for the examination.  This membership will be upgraded to Licenced Associate level once candidates have passed the examination.

Click here to apply for Associate membership of the Faculty of Homeopathy.

Licenced Associate

Open to statutorily regulated healthcare professionals who have passed the PHCE or LFHom (Vet) examination.  Licenced Associates may use the qualification LFHom (subject to re-accreditation every year and maintaining registration).

Diplomate

Open to pharmacists and podiatrists who have passed the Faculty’s Diploma examination (subject to re-accreditation every year and maintaining registration).

Full membership

Doctors, nurses, pharmacists, dentists, veterinary surgeons, podiatrists, osteopaths, chiropractors and physiotherapists who have passed the Faculty’s membership examination may become full members of the Faculty and are entitled to use the letters MFHom or VetMFHom (subject to re-accreditation every year and maintaining registration).

Fellowship

Fellows are elected from among the full membership and for their services to education, research and advancement of homeopathy and are entitled to use the letters FFHom or VetFFHom.


Cost of membership
Student £37
Associate £120
Licenced Associate £141
Diplomat £180
Member/Fellow £242
Specialist Register £242
Retired Member £95

 

The subscription year runs from 1 January 2018 till 31st December 2018 or 1st July 2018 till 30th June 2019.

Please contact Lisa Peacock for further details.

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