SELECTED READS FROM THE WWW – Advances in research

Can nano particles explain homeopathy?

Recent advances in nanoparticle research in homeopathy

By: Dr. Nancy Malik

Available at: http://hpathy.com/scientific-research/recent-advances-in-nanoparticle-research-in-homeopathy/

 

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SELECTED READS FROM THE WWW – Scientific evidence of homeopathy

A good question and perhaps a thought provoking piece for the skeptics of homeopathy out there:

Is There Really Any Scientific Evidence That Homeopathy Works?

By: 

Available at: http://www.homevet.com/pet-care-library/item/479-is-there-really-any-scientific-evidence-that-homeopathy-works

 

1st Anniversary

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With the 5th issue of ‘Clever H. – the Mag!‘ going live on June 1st 2015, the mag is having its 1st anniversary!

Time to say thank you for the likes, the shares, the interaction, comments, e-mails etc.. Thank you for tweeting about the mag, for sharing the articles, and for spreading the word on homeopathy in general!

Most of all, and the greatest thank you, goes out to those that have written the articles published in the Mag; thank you for sharing your thoughts, experiences, research, knowledge and wisdom! You are the Mag!

Thank you!!

#homeopathyhour every Monday at 8pm (UK time) on twitter

#homeopathyhour is a live, twitter-driven event which takes place every Monday at 8pm UK time. The event provides a space for all homeopathic practitioners worldwide to discuss all things relating to homeopathic medicine. This includes conferences, events, books, research, the art & science of homeopathic medicine, principles of practice, websites, blogs, articles of interest and much more. This provides a virtual community for positive discussion in relation to homeopathy.

The session may host an expert guest, tweeting around their specialist area. Previous guests have included John Morgan from Helios Pharmacy, Kim Kalina (CEASE Therapist and trainer) and Mani Norland from the School of Homeopathy. The hour works around a general theme, although discussion of other areas are welcome also.

Dr Gary Smyth, Homeopathic GP and regular on #homeopathyhour says ‘highly recommended if you’re on Twitter… And a good reason to get onto Twitter, if you aren’t already! I would encourage everyone on this group to join in, no matter where you are in the world!’

To get set up on twitter, Homeopathy Action Trust has a handy guide: http://www.homeopathyactiontrust.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/A-Guide-to-using-Social-Media.pdf

And for a step by step guide to participating in #homeopathyhour: http://www.emmacolley.co.uk/blog/one-step-at-a-time-homeopathyhour-how-it-works

Hope to see you there! With best wishes, Em (on behalf of @HomeopathyWFM)

World Homeopathy Summit on recent advances in scientific research

The World Homeopathy Summit is due to take place on 11th -12th April 2015 in Mumbai, India. Presented by the Global Homeopathy foundation (GHF), this a one-of-a-kind event that will feature presentations and talks by some of the most renowned contemporary homeopaths, and authoritative scientists from diverse fields.

Details of the event, and registration for the summit can be found at (dated 25.02.15): http://globalhomeopathyfoundation.com/ghf-homeopathy-conference-2015.aspx

ADVERTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

 If you would like to announce a conference, a course, a workshop, a proving or any event to do with homeopathy, you can have this info shared via the announcement feed of CLEVER H.! There is no charge for this service. Contact CLEVER H. at: cleverh-themag@hotmail.com with the details, a flyer, logo or pic and we will put it into the appropriate format and will share it with the homeopathic community.
If you would like to see you advert featured on the web-pages of ‘CLEVER H. – the Mag!‘, you can submit your logo or design (.jpeg) to CLEVER H. at: cleverh-themag@hotmail.com and we will feature it below an article or as an insert on the web-pages of the coming issue.

 

Details can be found at: http://cleverhthemag.com/adverts-classifieds/

 

Running the Hastings Half Marathon 2015 on 22/03/2015

Rachel’s Hastings Half Marathon 2015

Rachel is a homeopath at Garden Room Homeopathy, who says that homeopathy has been a great help during her  journey back to recovery! After what she has been through , she is now going to run the Hastings Half Marathon.

I am running the Hastings half marathon for Pelican Cancer Foundation because I am totally bonkers.

As most of you know, I had colorectal and breast cancer last year. Three operations later and 9 months of gruelling chemo, I am delighted to say that I have now been given the ‘all clear’. The Pelican cancer foundation, a charity based in Basingstoke, holds meetings to share its knowledge with bowel cancer surgeons nationwide, embedding new developments into practice to help today’s patients.  Words cannot express how grateful I am to the Basingstoke team as they potentially saved my life not once, but twice.  So I thought I would raise as much money for them as possible. My challenge is the Hastings half marathon which takes place on 22nd March so if you could sponsor me, in any way, even if it’s a couple of pounds, I will be extremely grateful.

To support and donate: https://www.justgiving.com/Rachel-Potter3/

The Pelican Cancer Foundation: http://www.pelicancancer.org/

 

 

Starting 19th January 2015 “Twitter for 10 – Introducing Homeopaths to the world of twitter” – a free online course

STARTS 19th JANUARY 2015

Following her first “Twitter for 10” Em Colley is hosting another ten day online course introducing homeopaths to the world of twitter. Details at: http://us2.campaign-archive1.com/?u=77e259ab2e412fb04a0836553&id=0ad8ddabf9

If you are interested in taking part e-mail Em at: em(at)emmacolley.co.uk with a line or two about where you are at on twitter and what you are looking to achieve.

Course outline:

Day 1 Set up account – from beginning to complete account set up!
Day 2 Follow accounts (HWFM, SoH, The School, HAT etc)
Day 3 Send tweets to individuals in the group – using the @ function also introduce favourite-ing, RTing adding images.
Day 4 Checking @ mentions and DMs and sending both
Day 5
Using the # in tweets to ensure tweet is picked up in a search – why and how. Searching and RTing. Joining in on chat #Twitterfor10 Day6 Blocking unwanted callers – the options and preferred choices (report as spam then user can no longer follow/see/reply). How many people to follow Day 7 Adding a link to a tweet (I’ll share the how to blog on #hh here also) and #Twitterfor10 tweets
Day 8 #homeopathyhour search, RTing and joining in if feel happy to do so
Day 9 Making lists and why you’d do this
Day 10 Using third party applications eg Hootsuite or Tweet Deck etc to manage the account

#homeopathyhour every Monday at 8pm (UK time) on twitter

Clever H. - Announcements

#homeopathyhour is a live, twitter-driven event which takes place every Monday at 8pm UK time. The event provides a space for all homeopathic practitioners worldwide to discuss all things relating to homeopathic medicine. This includes conferences, events, books, research, the art & science of homeopathic medicine, principles of practice, websites, blogs, articles of interest and much more. This provides a virtual community for positive discussion in relation to homeopathy.

The session may host an expert guest, tweeting around their specialist area. Previous guests have included John Morgan from Helios Pharmacy, Kim Kalina (CEASE Therapist and trainer) and Mani Norland from the School of Homeopathy. The hour works around a general theme, although discussion of other areas are welcome also.

Dr Gary Smyth, Homeopathic GP and regular on #homeopathyhour says ‘highly recommended if you’re on Twitter… And a good reason to get onto Twitter, if you aren’t already! I would encourage…

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