The Faculty of Homeopathy, incorporated by an Act of Parliament in 1950, is composed of dentists, doctors, nurses, midwives, osteopaths, pharmacists, podiatrists and veterinary surgeons who integrate homeopathy into their practice. The Faculty represents the interests of these members and offers professional support. This includes national and international representation through meetings, consultations and media appearances and developing dialogue with governing, educational, registration and funding bodies. The Faculty has developed tools and resources to support members in a wide variety of ways including advice on setting up in private practice, help in understanding CPD and revalidation schemes, understanding the politics of the NHS and what it means to members, as well as providing bespoke support for individual situations.
2. Promote your practice on the BHA website
Members of the Faculty who are LFHom level and above can elect to have their practice(s) included in the British Homeopathic Association practitioner directory and the Find a Homeopath directory.
3. Simile newsletter
Keep in touch with your Faculty colleagues through our members’ newsletter which includes the latest news from the Faculty and the wider homeopathic community, useful case studies, an update on the newest research, details of upcoming events, and reports from international conferences and gatherings.
4. Homeopathy Journal
Members receive online and print access to Homeopathy journal, the only homeopathic journal indexed by Medline. Homeopathy is an international journal aimed at improving the understanding and clinical practice of homeopathy by publishing high quality articles on clinical and basic research, clinical audit and evidence-based practice of homeopathy. It also promotes debate and reviews homeopathic literature. Click here to access articles.
5. Web resources
All members can gain access to the password protected area of the website where visitors can take part in the discussion forum and get access to a range of resources exclusive to members.
6. Local group network
A network of local groups throughout the UK and Republic of Ireland provide opportunities for CPD and the chance to make contact with other members either socially or to share experiences.
The Faculty runs a regular programme of CPD seminars and a biennial conference, the Faculty of Homeopathy Congress – all members of the Faculty are entitled to a discounted rate for the Congress. To find out what’s coming up visit the events section.
A culture of research is being fostered within the Faculty’s membership, with plans underway for collaborative research projects at a national and international level.
We can provide PowerPoint presentations, both for giving introductory talks to other healthcare professionals and to members of the public on homeopathy.
We can also provide Faculty literature such as the Faculty brochure or Education brochure for members doing presentations or representing the Faculty at various events.
11. Corporate membership of international homeopathic organisations
Members and Fellows receive corporate membership of the leading international homeopathic body European Committee for Homeopathy (ECH) as well as access to 'Homeopathy' (PubMed). The Faculty is represented at the highest level within the ECH and plays an active role in the international community.