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Evidence Base for Veterinary Homeopathy (Introduction to Veterinary Homeopathy Series Part 3)

Evidence Base for Veterinary Homeopathy (Introduction to Veterinary Homeopathy Series Part 3)

Evidence Base for Veterinary Homeopathy (Introduction to Veterinary Homeopathy Series Part 3)

Sue Armstrong
Sue Armstrong
on behalf of The British Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy

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Evidence Base for Veterinary Homeopathy (Introduction to  Veterinary Homeopathy Series Part 3)
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This presentation introduces the delegate to the resources for further study into the evidence base for homeopathy and outlines the latest position and some of the issues surrounding EBVM as applied to veterinary homeopathy

Objectives

Basic understanding of the Concept of Provings
The student will gain a basic understanding of the original homeopathic evidence for the use of homeopathic preparations
Evaluation of evidence
Students will gain a basic knowledge of some of the issues that arise when evaluating different types of studies and how this relates to trial construction for homeopathic research
Identifying the areas where evidence is needed
The student will gain a deeper understanding of the different areas that need evidence within the broader scope of the homeopathic modality.
Sue Armstrong

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Sue Armstrong
on behalf of The British Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy

Sue is a 1984 graduate of Cambridge University School of Veterinary Medicine. In 1996 she became a Veterinary Member of the Faculty of Homeopathy in England, after training with the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital and the Homeopathic Professionals Teaching Group (HPTG), Oxford. Sue later became a tutor and then partner of the HPTG. She was a founder member of the British Holistic Veterinary Medicine Association (BHVMA) and was President in 2003. She is a past President of the British Association of Homeopathic Veterinary Surgeons (BAHVS) and President of the College of Animal Homeopathic Medicine (CAHM) in Canada. She is now the Education Director of the British Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy (BAVH). In 2003 Sue set up Balanced Being that has homeopathy as the core philosophy of this thriving practice that offers treatment to both animals and humans. Sue has written and published many papers; she also lectures and consults internationally in countries including Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Japan and the USA as well as throughout the UK and Ireland.

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