News from Premier International School of Homeopathy & Alternative Medicine

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‘Onipa Apomuden Ye Ate Nkwa’ A person’s health is his life PISHAM is On the Move (again!) For the third time in just over three years PISHAM, Premier International School of Homeopathy & Alternative Medicine, has relocated to new premises. In the spirit of its tubercular nature and stillyearning for a new space, a new […]

Ghana Homeopathy Project 10 years on

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10 years on! An overview by GHP Founder and Mentor Linda Shannon – August 2015 The Ghana Homeopathy Project is now 10 years old and we are realising that another 10 years will probably be needed for our work to become fully self-sustaining! It has been exciting to watch the project gradually emerge over the […]

The 2015 Homeopathic Research Institute International Conference in Rome

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In July Jacqueline Smith won a grant from the the Manchester Homeopathic Clinic to attend the HRI conference and GHP helped to fund her travel costs, as it was seen as directly relevant to our ongoing pilot and future mental health research in Ghana. Jacqueline writes: As GHP Coordinator I appreciated the chance to meet, […]


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by Julian Jonas Night had already fallen when the motorcycle slowly puttered up to the clinic.  It was during the periodic “lights out” that beset the village every 72 hours or thereabouts, so electricity had been shut down until dawn. I would learn that patients often arrived at the clinic in this manner, sandwiched between the […]

Teaching and learning surging ahead in Kumasi

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Teaching over the internet The last few months we have seen a fruitful collaboration in teaching between our trained teachers of homeopathy, such as Rebecca Sturgeon, Jane Parkin, Angie Metzger, Jo Morgan, Jacqueline Smith, linda Shannon, Lyn Clark, and Dion Tabrett, and the Kumasi group of students under the tutelage of Bonsu Boaten. Regular webinars […]

Award for Ghana Homeopathy Project for their client audit at Mafi Seva rural clinics

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The ‘Making Cases Count’ initiative The ‘Making Cases Count’ initiative was created in order to bring about a culture where easily understood, trusted and salient information is regularly made available to all stakeholders in homeopathy. The Making Cases Count initiative supports, guides and incentives homeopaths to collect routine data with the aim of bringing about […]

Grace at Pisham library

Visiting the Ghana Homeopathy Project May 29th – June 11th 2014

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By Jaqueline A. Smith Mafi Seva Chaperoned on the hot, sweaty and crammed ‘tro tro’ by PISHAM students Noble and Wisdom, we eventually made it to Mafi Seva, passing village after village of mud and breezeblock dwellings. The inhabitants, busy washing clothes or pounding cassava as we passed, always stopped to wave, smile and offer […]