It is often assumed that clinicians cannot do much by way of research. This has to change, for in homoeopathy clinicians are the biggest source of data. In the absence of big funding and infrastructure, every clinician can double up as a researcher and contribute to this science. All we need is a little skill, which can be learned.
In this webinar couplet Dr Seema Mahesh will guide us through the standard requirements for writing case reports that can be accepted as scientific evidence.
It is the view of Dr Mahesh that we can all learn these skills and help further the cause of homoeopathy.
2 sessions - 4 CPD points
+ AHA Professional members: $60
+ AHA General & Allied members: $90
+ AHA Student members: $60
+ Non-AHA members: $120
Dates & Times:
FRIDAYS, 5 & 12 November 2021
ACT, NSW, Tas, Vic: 7 pm to 9 pm AEDT
SA: 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Qld: 6 pm to 8 pm
NT: 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
WA: 4 pm to 6 pm
Registration closes at midnight on Wednesday 3 November.
About the Presenter:
Dr Seema Mahesh has been in homoeopathic practice for 18 years. She completed her homoeopathic medical education at Rajiv Gandhi University and followed on with a diploma from the International Academy of Classical Homeopathy (IACH) in Greece.
Dr Mahesh has been continuously involved in homoeopathic research since graduating and has been serving as the Head of the Scientific Committee of IACH for the past four years. She is a research scholar at Taylor’s University School of Medicine, Malaysia where she trained in research methodologies and is currently conducting research under the supervision of the Cochrane trainer for systematic reviews in Malaysia. Dr Mahesh has 19 peer reviewed articles published in both complementary and conventional medicine journals.
Dr Mahesh has presented research posters at many conferences. She lectures extensively around the world and has been teaching IACH e-learning students since 2008.
|Event Date||05-11-2021 7:00 pm|
|Event End Date||12-11-2021 9:00 pm|
|Individual Price||Member discounts apply|