|Education and Training|
ISH members must successfully complete a four year professional training course which has been accredited by the Society.
There are three categories of membership:
Student membership is open to all those studying Homeopathy as part of an accredited course.
Accredited courses include those run by
The Irish School of Homeopathy in Dublin and Cork - www.ish.ie
The Irish College of Homeopathic Medicine, Tralee - www.homeopathyireland.net
The Galway College of Homeopathy - www.galwayhomeopathy.com
Graduate members are those who have successfully completed and graduated from and ISH accredited course or other
course which a minimum of four years part-time or three years full-time study and where Homeopathy must account for
at least 70pc of the course curriculum
Graduate members are considered full members of the Society but their names do not appear on the ISH list of Registered Practitioners.
Registered members are graduates from an accredited course who have entered the ISH two year registration programme.
The Registration process is also open to candidates from outside the country who have the relevant graduate qualifications
These applicants have to undergo a separate Registration process - also set down by the ISH.
Only Registered ISH practitioners are listed on our website. They carry the letters ISHom after their names.
Join the ISH - the benefits of membership
Eligibility for membership and registration 2007
Registration with the ISH
Code of Ethics
The ISH Memorandum and Articles of Association
Membership Application form