Membership of the ISH is open to professional Homeopaths who have qualified through an accredited training course and students attending such courses.
All our members must carry current professional insurance and agree to abide by the Society Code of Ethics at all times.
There are three categories of membership
Student membership is open to people who are undertaking a course accredited by the ISH.
The Irish Society of Homeopaths (ISH) provides the following guidelines for Homeopaths wishing to join as either a qualified (graduate) or registered member. We wish to make it clear that inclusion whether as a qualified or registered member does not give that member permission to work in the Irish State, should they require a work permit.
In order for an application to be processed the applicant must be resident within the EU and declare they have no Criminal Record in any State.
Graduate membership is open to those who have successfully completed and graduated from an accredited course.
It is also open to graduates from other courses on submission of :
Registered membership is for graduates from accredited ISH courses who undergo a Registration process set down by the ISH
It is also open to candidates from outside the country who have the relevant graduate qualifications
and who have to undergo a separate Registration process - also set down by the ISH.
In addition ISH makes provision for Registered and Graduate members to sabbaticals and leave of absence.
The Irish School of Homeopathy in Dublin and Cork - www.homoeopathy.ie
The Irish College of Homeopathic Medicine, Tralee - www.homeopathyireland.net
The Galway College of Homeopathy - www.galwayhomeopathy.com
The link will also bring you to downloads about
Eligibility for membership and registration 2007
Registration with the ISH
The Society Code of Ethics
The ISH Memorandum and Articles of Association
A Membership Application form for both new members and renewal of annual membership