Training in homeopathy for doctors

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Medical advanced training in homeopathy 2011

The new training and further education booklet of the German Central Association of Homeopathic Doctors (DZVhÄ) for 2011 has now been published. It bundles the entire qualified range of advanced and further training in homeopathy for doctors, dentists, veterinarians, pharmacists and midwives. Medical students will also find the information they need in this booklet. Elaborated topics on backgrounds, for example on the medical history and drug tests or the libraries of the DZVhÄ round off the 2011 annual program. Currents within homeopathy are also presented and the concept of the master's degree in homeopathy is presented. "The primary goal of medical homeopathic activity must be therapy safety for the patient".

The way to this goal can only lead through the best possible further and advanced training, intervision, participation in quality circles and supervision ”, writes Dr. med. Ulf Riker, DZVhÄ project manager, in the introduction to the quality concept in this issue. One of the DZVhÄ's core tasks is to continuously improve the quality of further and advanced training in medical homeopathy. With the introduction of the homeopathy diploma and accompanying guidelines, the DZVhÄ has set standards in medical training. In addition to the safety of therapy, it is also about the protection of classic homeopathy. The new quality concept is presented in detail here for the first time.

The 120-page A4 booklet is consistently four-color and clearly designed. The dates and addresses are bundled in the middle section, a color guide system makes orientation easier. The booklet can be ordered free of charge at the DZVhÄ office, Am Hofgarten 5, 53113 Bonn, Tel 0228-2425 330, Fax 0228-2424331 or by email [email protected] It can also be downloaded from the DZVhÄ website (pm, Nov 5, 2010)

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