The Society of Homeopaths: One Year On

Here are the stated aims of the Society of Homeopaths for 2007 and set out at the start of the year…

The Society of Homeopaths’ Aims and Objectives for 2007

By the 1st January 2008, it is envisaged that The Society will have passed on its regulatory function to an independent new regulatory and registration body, to be known as the Council of Registered Homeopaths (CoRH).

This will allow The Society to redirect its infrastructure and resources to providing unparalled support for its members.

The vision of the Board of Directors is that The Society of Homeopaths will continue to be the UK’s leading membership body representing professional homeopaths.

Here are the equivalent statements for 2008,

The Society of Homeopaths’ Aims and Objectives for 2008

By January 2013, the Board of The Society of Homeopaths expects that an independent single register and regulatory body for homeopathy will have been firmly established, with The Society remaining the UK’s largest and most importantly, leading membership body representing professional homeopaths.

Having passed on its regulatory function to an independent ‘Single Register & Regulatory Body’, The Society will have redirected its infrastructure and resources to providing unparalled support for its members as well as representing the profession in the media etc.

It is difficult to have any other response but laughter. Are we all going to forget for five years that an utter deluded and systematilly incompetent profession cannot regulate itself or even decide how it should be regulated?

Meanwhile, the homeopathic AIDS proselytizers discuss the “importance of miasmatic prescribing” for people with HIV.

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