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Clinical Skills Weekend Workshop: 14 - 15 April 2012

Welcome to an exciting and challenging two day workshop to enhance and perfect your clinical skills. The workshop aims to address a wide range of skills requirements from students to refresher and experienced practitioner.

The workshop uses a supported, problem solving based approach bring out the best in each participant.
 
Two day Clinical Skills Workshop    

Practitioners:
Dr. Dilis Clare
Elly McGregor Hodgkiss
and Anna-Maria Keaveney

Weekend 14th / 15th April 2012
Venue - Health and Herbs Galway, Ireland   

Cost:
IIMH members - 100 euro
IIMH Students - 80 euro
Non-IIMH Students - 100 euro
Non-IIMH Practitioners - 145 euro

Contact:
Anna-Maria Keaveney  amkeav@yahoo.ie 
00 353 87 237 8183
 
Biographies:
Dr. Dilis Clare
Consulting Medical Herbalist & General Practitioner
MBBCh,DRCOG, B.Sc. (Hons) Herbal Medicine
President of Irish Institute of Medical Herbalists
Honorary Clinical Fellow Nat. University of Ireland Galway College of Medicine
Health & Herbs
Clinic Manager
Background
• Qualified UCD 1980 Medical Degree
• GP Qualified 1986
• Family Planning Instructing Cert 1987
• Diploma Obstetrics and Gynaecology 1984
• Psychosexual counselling 4 year P/T seminar Training Institute of Psychosexual
• Medicine 1986
• General Practitioner 1989-1999 North London Practice
• BSc (Herbal Medicine) 1999
• Working as GP and Medical Herbalist in my clinic in Galway since 1999
• Honorary Clinical Fellow NUIG Medical School 2009-current
Professional Association
• Irish Institute of Medical Herbalists
For further insight see website www.healthandherbs.ie

Ms. Anna-Maria Keaveney BSc., MSc. MIIMH
Chair of the Irish Institute of Medical Herbalists
Clinic practitioner
Background
• Graduate Trinity College Dublin - BSc. Natural Science (Genetics)
• Graduate Middlesex University – BSc. Herbal Medicine
• Graduate Royal College Surgeons – MSc. Primary Health Care
• Lecturer – Dept. Biological Sciences (Herbal Science) Cork Institute Technology
• Clinic Practitioner since 2000
Professional
• Irish Institute of Medical Herbalists

Professor Vivian Nutton : 'Galen's pharmacology: new texts, new objects' - 17 April 2012

Where: The Worshipful Society of Apothecaries of London, Apothecaries' Hall, Black Friars Lane, London EC4V 6EJ
When: Tuesday 17 April 2012, at 6 pm

Professor Vivian Nutton will be giving the Gideon de Laune lecture at the Society of Apothecaries on Tuesday 17 April, at 6 pm., with the title 'Galen's pharmacology: new texts, new objects'. All are welcome, and those attending can also book dinner after the lecture. See the link below for more details, booking, etc.


Professor of Classical Studies| The Open University| Walton Hall| Milton Keynes| MK7 6AA
Module Chair, A219, 'Exploring the Classical World' ( www.open.ac.uk/Arts/a219/index.shtml)

Recently published: 'History without Historians? Medical History and the Internet', Social History of Medicine 25 (2012), 212-221 and 'Response to Shelton', Social History of Medicine 25 (February 2012), 232-238

Conference: Medics or Magicians: Herbal Medicine for the 21st Century - 9th - 10th July 2011

Riseholme Campus,
The University of Lincoln
9 -10 July 2011

Medicine is not merely a science but an art. The character of the physician may act more powerfully upon the patient than the drugs employed.’ Paracelsus

This two day conference will explore the complexities of herbal medicine therapeutics. To what extent is the remedy, the patient or the practitioner active in the therapeutic process and what is the nature these interactions? This question is highly pertinent to our effectiveness as practitioners and our understanding of the philosophies and doctrines which underpin our practice.

Herbal medicine has always been revisionist and iconoclastic in its service to the needs of the people. In contemporary society people are ill in complex ways and holistic treatment of the modern condition requires a sophisticated and complex understanding of the dynamics and interactions within the body and that the mind and body cannot be separated. Psycho-physiological processes are recognised as the key to both the cause and resolution of disease and this conference will investigate some of these through a series of lectures and workshops.

Lectures

Andrew Stableford
Graeham Toybyn
Prof. Irvin Kirsch – to be confirmed
Saul Burkitt

Workshops
to include:
Goetheatan Plant Study - Alison Morton, Donald Purves
Herb walks - Christopher Hedley
Complexity theory - Anita Ralph
Mental health - Melissa Ronaldson
Astrology - Graeme Tobyn

Poster presentations

Previous graduates and recent graduate independent studies

Stalls

Manufacturers and suppliers of herbal medicines
Medical equipment suppliers
Books
Professional bodies

Conference Dance

Saturday 9th July 8-12pm

For further information and booking instructions visit:

www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/conferences/herbal_medicine

or e-mail

conferences@lincoln.ac.uk

Seminar: Understanding Practice Management - May 14th 2011

Introducing a seminar designed to unlock the mysteries of why so many practices do not succeed.  Practice Management Consultants will give you tools to instantly refine your practice and help you meet your goals.

Topics include:
• Practice Management - What is it and how it relates to your business
• Role of the practice owner
• Purpose of a business plan
• How goals relate to growth
• Special considerations for new therapists
• Letting potential clients know about you and your practice
• Is advertising effective
• Identify components of a successful practice
• Identify pitfalls of practices
• Value of a natural pharmacy
• How patient compliance can make or break your practice

Click here for more information (370Kb pdf)

URHP/AMH AGM and Conference - June 18th and 19th 2011

Click here to download the programme and booking form (485Kb pdf)

Click here to download the Evening Meal Menu (67Kb pdf)

All welcome.
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