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 […]

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 […]

Training Homeopaths in Ghana

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The Ghana Homeopathy Project supports the Premier International School of Homeopathy and Alternative Medicine (PISHAM) based at North Kaneshie, Greater Accra, sending international lecturers, books and medicines to help train homeopaths in Ghana Website The Premier International School of Homeopathy and Alternative medicine (PISHAM) in Ghana. This school is a new and exciting educational environment […]

The Ghana Project, One student’s perspective – by Claire Hewison

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Ever since I qualified, some 12 years ago, I have been promising myself a trip to one of the homeopathy projects. 2013 turned out to be the year, and I’m so grateful to have had the opportunity to experience this extraordinary and humbling challenge. There simply isn’t enough space here to give a full and […]

Homeopathic Education in Accra

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The Ghana Homeopathy project runs a 2 year Certificate Course in Accra. At present we are training 16 students, who will attend 300 hours of lectures and workshops as well as sitting in on clinics and an additional module in anatomy, physiology and pathology. The course was initiated by volunteer Richard Pitt, former Director of […]