RLHH-education.com is a collaboration between the following homeopathic clinical / educational providers
Comprising the Educational Archives of the original Long Course (1969-1994) the Modular Courses (1985 onward). Nineteenth & Twentieth Centry mongraphs, papers, lectures, recordings etc. and Lecture Support Materials for the Fast-Track course (1994 onward)
The Academic Department at the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine has run both modular and open learning courses on this historic site since 1994, when it was established by the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital NHS Trust. Prior to 1994, the Faculty of Homeopathy provided training, both within its own building and at the RLHH.
Today the Academic Department provides familiarisation days in CAM for healthcare practitioners and works closely with outpatient clinical services at RLHIM to provide clinical tutorials and supervised training in clinical skills.
Established in 2003, CIMT has collaborated with organisations in UK, USA, Portugal, Czech republic, Germany, Romania, Japan and Netherlands, providing seminars, webinars and masterclasses. Our resource base includes many hundreds of hours of illustrative clinical interview, teaching transcripts and recorded lectures, in addition to our own photogallery of materia medica source materials, teaching texts and lecture support materials.
This public-sector clinic has been serving patients in Dundee and Tayside for more than 35 years. We have hosted clinical attachments, for doctors studying homeopathy since 2013.
Dundee is a University City with an internationally respected Medical School and the Homeopathy Clinic receives referral from local General Practitioners, Specialist Nursing Services and Secondary Care Consultants.
We have an active programme of clinical audit and local access to journals and references. Students who have gained LFHom and who are at the pre-membership stage of their homeopathic studies can apply for clinical attachments (typically of two week duration).
We support local medical students in the clinical years of their training as part of the optional studies. Long Course students (with UK registerable qualifications) have an opportunity to attend here for supervised clinical training.
Formerly the Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital, this unit has an international reputation as a centre for excellence for Integrated Medicine. Archetect designed as a healing environment, this iconic building also houses one of the UK's most extensive reference libraries for homeopathy and CAM.
Until March 2019 Sara was Director of Education at The Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine and Director of Women’s Services.
She is a Past President of the Faculty of Homeopathy and has recently been appointed as Operations Manager there.
Sara qualified from Bristol Medical School in 1979 and has worked widely in General Practice and Psychiatry. She has always been interested in a holistic approach to medicine and became fascinated by homeopathy in the 1980s when she saw it helping patients who had not responded to conventional treatments.
Dr Eames has a special interest in helping in patients in the management of conditions such as the menopause, infertility of unexplained origin, pre-menstrual syndrome, polycystic ovaries, endometriosis and recurrent infections. She is currently heading up a new Educational Initiative for the Homeopathic Education of Health Care Professionals in London.
Saskia is a specialist clinician at the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine and clinical tutor at RLHH-education.com. Born in Germany, Saskia graduated in medicine medical at the Universidad de la Laguna, in Tenerife. She completed her 5- year specialist training in Internal Medicine at the Complejo Hospitalario Universitario Insular - Materno Infantil, in Gran Canaria.
In the course of her specialist training, Saskia became aware of the paramount importance of an individualised and holistic (whole-person) approach and frequently identified clear links between the emotional state and health disturbances in her patients. This prompted her to gain further education in complementary therapies including a MSc in Homeopathic Medicine at the Universitat de Barcelona, MFHom qualification in Bristol, Master’s parctitioner in NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) and Master’s in Ericksonian Hypnosis, as well as advanced training in Bio-analisis e Inversión EmocionalTM (several courses in Málaga and Barcelona).
Russell Malcolm graduated in Medicine in 1983. He joined the staff of the Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital in 1986 and held a consultant post there between 1991-1993. In 1994 he was appointed Director of Education at the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital and Honorary Consultant. Between 1998-2002 he was an external lecturer in CAM at New York Medical College and the University of Newcastle - upon - Tyne, where he provided core resource teaching for pre-clinical Undergraduates and Study Options Modules for clinical undergraduates. He later reviewed and edited the Fellowship Course in Integrated Medicine at the University of Arizona..
Russell is on the editorial boards of 'Homeopathy' and has lectured in many countries abroad, including Japan, Russia, USA, Canada and throughout Europe. He designed and co-authored the First Open Learning Course for MEDGOM in Russia.
Russell is currently a speciality doctor within NHS Tayside and Director of On-Line Rducation at the Centre for Integrative Medical Training. He has been on the academic staff of the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine for the past 24 years and takes up the post of Education Lead in RLHIM on April 1st., 2019.
Russell Malcolm has been on the Academic staff of the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine for the past 25 years. He was appointed Director of Education in 1994 at the (then) Royal London Homeopathic Hospital and now holds both a clinical appointment and the role of Education Lead at RLHIM. Russell has taught extensively in Europe, USA, Canada, Japan and Russia and was Dean of the Faculty of Homeopathy between 2011 and 2014.