Homeopathic Practice offers an overview about homeopathic experience in different parts of the world and from different practising perspectives.
Edited by Steven B Kayne
Homeopathic Practice uniquely approaches the subject of homeopathy by demonstrating how the theoretical principles underpinning practice directly translate to day-to-day practice.
Contributions from international experts highlight how homeopathy is practised in a variety of different environments around the world. Case studies and personal accounts demonstrate the wide breadth of involvement in homeopathic practice.
- homeopathic theory and the need for an evidence base
- homeopathic drug provings and the Materia Medica
- the production and use of homeopathic medicines
- use of homeopathy by different healthcare providers working
- in a variety of global settings.
Homeopathic Practice is a source of inspiration and reflection, as well as of reference. It will be of interest to healthcare providers who wish to widen their scope of practice and to people with a keen interest in homeopathy.
Foreword by Iris R Bell, Professor of Family and Community Medicine, the University of Arizona College of Medicine, Tucson, Arizona, USA.
Steven B Kayne is Honorary Consultant Pharmacist at Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital, UK, and Honorary Lecturer in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) at the University of Strathclyde, UK.