This webinar is the second in a series focusing on success in clinical practice. Specifically, is it possible for new homoeopaths to have good results in clinic? And what about tackling challenging cases?
In this series of webinars we will hear from recently graduated homoeopaths. They will demonstrate that it is possible to have success in clinical practice, even with challenging cases, by following Hahnemannian principles.
In this session Sarah Baxter will be presenting a case of childhood behavioural issues and another of Ross River Fever.
This series is designed to boost the confidence of all homoeopaths – whether you are recently graduated or have been in practice for many years.
1 session - 2 CPD points
Registration has now closed.
+ AHA Professional members: $30
+ AHA General & Allied members: $45
+ AHA Student members: $30
+ Non-AHA members: $60
Date & Time:
THURSDAY, 23 September, 2021
ACT, NSW, Qld, Tas, Vic: 2-4pm AEST
SA, NT: 1.30-3.30pm
Registration closes at midnight on 21 September.
About the Presenter:
Sarah Baxter holds a Bachelor of Social Science and a Diploma of Homeopathy from the International Academy of Classical Homeopathy. Sarah is the editor of the AHA's quarterly newsletter and is an avid writer and researcher when she's not consulting from her two clinics in Koah and Cairns, Queensland. She attributes her success in prescribing to her education with Professor Vithoulkas and subsequent mentors.
|Event Date||23-09-2021 2:00 pm|
|Event End Date||23-09-2021 4:00 pm|
|Individual Price||Member discounts apply|