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  • This Acute role play course was such a great learning experience and also a lot of fun! The actors were playing their patient roles so well.  And the learning experience is not over for me because I took a lot of notes for every case and after submitting my own...
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  • "I sooo enjoyed Kim's class. He took a dry insipid subject and made it very very interesting. He is a wonderful teacher. I enjoyed it a lot and I will have to review it a few times to catch all the little pearls he shared. Thank you again for the wonderful class. Sincerely, Cristina."

  • Hi Kim, my name is Martina and I was one of the post grad students you had this weekend for CCHM. Thank you!! Your teachings in the webinar were fascinating, invaluable, insightful and humbling. I have so much to learn!  --Martina M.

  • Hello, I wanted to say how much I loved Joan Weirs class. After spending the day with her my perspective was changed for the better. We need more Joan Weir through out our 3 year course, especially when trying to keep yourself together during 2nd and 3rd year. Also, today's...
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  • This was one of the most amazing lectures offered by CCHM (Kanan Patel’s Post Grad lecture, 2018)! I wasn't bored for 1 second; it was interactive, integrative, informative and absolutely mind-blowing...

  • Thank you for this most exceptional experience (as I wipe my tears..). I can’t begin to tell you how grateful I am for this privilege to study with such exceptional teachers, students and administration. What a gift and a blessing. As Voltaire said “with great privilege comes great responsibility”. I...
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  • I am taking the opportunity to thank Andrea for thoroughly reviewing with me the best practice for selecting  “key symptoms” and how to repertorize them accordingly.  Analysis - paralysis can sometimes be a tendency when  a student, particularly a student with a very detail-oriented and analytical mind.  Also, I very much...
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  • I loved Sunday with Dr Saunders. He has so much insight and his lectures are so interesting.  I love how he presents his own case, then talks about physiology, pathology, pharmacology, medical terms, peppered with the materia medica and nutrition, and a bit of posology and philosophy. He is such...
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  • Even thoough the homework seems the equivalent of writing a term paper each week,  I'm still enjoying the program immensely.  I'm very impressed at how well it's planned out, adding (what seems like, ha ha) a "simple step"  gradually,  covering particular remedies which turns out to be a properly timed review,...
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  • I've finished the video cases - they were great, I learned so much and Monica was such a positive resource.  I really felt she cared about how I was doing and guided me without making me feel incompetent.

2012 HomeoNet Research Forum Highlights Part 3: Elena Bonilla’s Experience




Elena Bonilla, BSc, DCHM (Honours) and CCHM alumnus, contributed this blog on her experience at the recent Homeonet Conference:


I was given the opportunity to present at the Homeonet Research Forum on November 2, 2012. I was thrilled to present to a network of individuals engaged in internationally recognized homeopathic medicine that foster quality research.


The majority of the presentations were focused on researches of treatments to support the practice of homeopathy as alternative and complementary medicine (CAM). Mine on the other side was a research directed towards the increase of awareness and integration of the homeopaths because there is no systemic information available on the practitioners and patients treated, the methods and systems used, or the treatment success rates, although homeopathy has been practiced in Canada since 1840.


My talk covered the effectiveness of conducting an internet survey to gather information from the participants across Canada and a highlight of the results of the study done in February this year.


In relation to the use of an online survey it was observed that it reaches most of the homeopaths but 20% of these did not have valid email addresses registered in their Homeopathic schools and organizations.  About 80% of those invited to participate did not complete a 20-minute survey, and most of the respondents completed the survey in the first session.


Over 80% of respondents were female and the average range of age was between 41 to 50 years old. The average number of years of practice was 9 and 18% of respondents had more than 16 years of practice.


Conclusions of the study showed that about 60% of respondents held 2 other health related diplomas in addition to homeopathy of which 70% require physical contact with the patient like Reiki, Reflexology, and Bowen.


On average 69% of cases were cured with homeopathy and most practitioners started treatment with 200C potencies. More than half of the patients were adult women and 44% of all patients looked for homeopathic treatment after trying allopathic without success.


Over 75% of respondents supported regulation in Ontario but were concerned about patient freedom of choice. Over one-half viewed homeopathy as the main CAM therapy and over one-third saw themselves as primary health providers.  The majority believed that following homeopathic principles was critical to clinical success.


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