The Education subcommittee has published a report on the educational objectives of a European programme of education and training in homeopathic medicine for medical doctors including the Medical Homeopathic Education Standard. The subcommittee is currently working on the harmonisation of the curricula in the different countries.
The subcommittee has established criteria for the accreditation of teaching centres. These centres can receive accreditation if their teaching programme and examinations comply with the requirements as laid down in the Medical Homeopathic Education Standard. The accreditation regulations can be found here. Accreditation remains valid for a period of 5 years and is renewable.
Dr Leopold Drexler