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College Open Day, 12.45-3.30pm

6th July 2014

Investigate a future in homoeopathy at a Free event at Moor Allerton School, 131 Barlow Moor Road, Manchester M20 2PW. Investigate your future with a presentation and Q&A session. Meet the students, and enjoy the community of like-minded people. Begin to explore routes to health and well-being by sitting in on a lecture about the homoeopathic remedy Gelsemium by Angie Zajac RSHom, College Supervision Co-ordinator and lecturer.
Light food & drink provided.
Email “July Open” to info@nwch.co.uk to book a place and receive directions.



Testosterone & Progesterone Provings; Insects

6th July 2014

Brand new remedies from Geoff Johnson, also Insects. These remedies that will sit alongside Folliculinum in your pharmacy. Combine it on Sunday with another live dog case exploring observation and non-verbal sensation case taking, and an Overview of Insect Remedies. Email “Geoff 6th” to info@nwch.co.uk, for the full day ((£50), single lectures are from £10.



Sensation Live Animal Cases with Geoff Johnson

5th July 2014

CPD with Geoff Johnson, homoeopath for farm, domestic and human animals £50 one day, £95 two days. Geoff - www.vethomeopath.co.uk - comes to town for the weekend of July 5 and 6, with his usual bag of animal remedies and a live case. You can enjoy the live case on Saturday 9.30 to 1.00 as both or either: a masterclass in the art of observation in case-taking; or, the application of sensation methodology to non-verbal cases. Email "dog" to info@nwch.co.uk to book a place and for directions: live case only £30. If relevant to you: any live case seen at the College counts towards your clinical hours for qualification.



Geoff Johnson's I-Spy Bird Kingdom Remedies

5th July 2014

Bird remedies CPD - Geoff Johnson provides an overview of bird remedies: themes, sensations and classification in our CPD suite. You can enjoy the bird lectures only on Saturday 5th 1.00-5.15pm for £30, or mix it up with the live case in the morning for £50. A full weekend of Geoff is £95. Email "birds" to info@nwch.co.uk to book a place and for directions. Use “Geoff 5th” or “Geoff w/e” if you want the full day or weekend.
For more information about Geoff, homoeopath for farm, domestic and human animals, go to www.vethomeopath.co.uk.



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Open Lectures - Ramakrishnan, Lily, Gynae

8th June 2014

On Sunday 8th June, Angie Zajac presents the Ramakrishnan method used in treating cancer. 2:00pm - 4:00pm £25 Email “cancer” to info@nwch.co.uk to reserve a place and for directions.

Gynae remedies with Angela Needham: Periods, Menopause, and side-effects of contraception and HRT. Sunday 8th June, 2:00am to 3.00pm, £15. Email “gynae” to info@nwch.co.uk to reserve a place and for directions.

An Overview of the the Lily family with Annie Hirsch. Sunday 8th June, 11.30am to 1.00pm, £15. Email “lily” to info@nwch.co.uk to reserve a place and for directions.



Graduate Open Event: Research in Practise, food & books

7th June 2014

Free! Everyone welcome. Join us at 9.30, 11 or 1pm. Jackie Raw lectures and facilitates debate. Email info@nwch.co.uk about food or directions.
You can join us for 9.30am, 11.30am or 1.00pm as it suits you. The programme for graduates and friends of the College finishes at 2.30pm, but nobody is going to throw you out.
0930-1100 Homoeopathic Research: how to use research in your own practise - Open Lecture with Jackie Raw
1130-1300 To Prove or Improve Homeopathy? Debate the priorities for homoeopathic research with students, graduates, and homoeopathic researchers Jackie Raw and Emily Packham.
We encourage you to reflect on this beforehand, and to keep the debate lively. If you would find it helpful, we will be happy to circulate any paper of up to 2 sides of A4 from any would-be contributor.
1300 Food - bring your own to share, or order from FOOD by Kim, caterer and one of our students, see the menu here.
Second Hand Book extravaganza: from at least 3 sources, and including Carmel Searson's library donated for our Bursary Fund.
Auction of Carmel's Remedy containers, containing hundreds of free remedies.
The AGM of the College takes place, if you are interested see AGM papers here.
Entertainment welcome, and erratically offered alongside mingling, catching up and chat.
A chance to bring the family for a certificate presentation (please bring it with you) or just to show them the place.
If you know you are coming before the day, just email "research" if you are coming for a morning session, or "grad event" to info@nwch.co.uk. Please add food orders to any email, and relevant information if you want a presentation.

The weekend timetable is below:



CPD June - Research

7th June 2014

Homoeopathic Research: how to use research in your own practice
0930-1100 Open Lecture with Jackie Raw, Emily Peckham and Jaqui Long * Emily Peckham; Research Fellow at York University is soon to be published in 'The Homeopath' with her paper "Interim Results of a Randomised Controlled Trial of Homeopathic Treatment for Irritable Bowel Syndrome". She has worked on a systematic review of homeopathic treatment for IBS and, more recently, she has been involved in a large study at York University on the treatment of OCD.
Emily will talk about her experiences of researching homeopathic treatment.

  • Jaqui Long; PhD student at Leeds University School of Healthcare has been studying how practising mindfulness affects people's experiences of living with a long-term condition & is shortly to submit her thesis with a view to finding a research post & continuing homeopathy practice. Jaqui has experience of qualitative research methods; ie those which focus on words rather than numbers!

  • Jackie Raw; has worked at Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust since 2005 & was awarded a lifelong honorary contract to undertake research and clinical work within the Trust on an ongoing basis. She is currently submitting a proposal to conduct a 12-month service evaluation in the Homeopathic Treatment & Management of Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
    Jackie will discuss the implications and requirement of working within an NHS setting as a complementary practitioner

1130-1300 To Prove or Improve Homeopathy? Debate the priorities for homoeopathic research with students, graduates, and our visiting researchers Jackie Raw, Emily Packham and Jaqui Long.

We encourage you to reflect on this beforehand, and to keep the debate lively. If you would find it helpful, we will be happy to circulate any paper of up to 2 sides of A4 from any would-be contributor.

Our visitors comment, approaching and conducting any kind of research in a professional, cohesive manner will always reinforce good clinical practice, deliver a huge amount of learning and provide valuable tools with which to grow and manage your homeopathic practice. Can you afford not to engage with research? We look forward to seeing you on the day!

Please also complete an return our questionnaire on your CPD needs. You can download the document here.

The June timetable is available below.



Treating Older People (Living Wills)

11th May 2014

Sensitive and effective practise: Dawn Keyse RSHom guest lectures at the College 11th May, 2-4pm. £20; info@nwch.co.uk to reserve a place and get directions. Combine with her Behavioural and Learning Difficulties in Children for £50.



Behavioural & Learning Difficulties in Children

11th May 2014

Clinical treatment and guidance from Dawn Keyse RSHom, guest lecturer at the College 11th May, 9.30am-1.00pm. £30; info@nwch.co.uk to reserve a place and get directions. Combine with her Treating Older People (including Living Wills) for £50.