The Center for Education and Development of Clinical Homeopathy (CEDH) is holding a course for U.S. pharmacists and pharmacy technicians over two weekends, March 22 and 23 and April 27 and 28, at the Chelsea Center, in New York, New York. This practical, application-based, 30-hour course covers a variety of topics on homeopathy and is coherent with the existing continuing education programs designed for MDs, PAs, NPs, DOs and midwives.
Led by Dr. Gary Kracoff, a registered pharmacist with a doctorate in naturopathic medicine practicing at Johnson Compounding & Wellness Center in Waltham, Massachusetts, attendees will participate in lectures, group interactions, games and role-playing as means to learning the course material. Kracoff frequently lectures at pharmacy, medical and health-oriented conferences and is now an educator at the Academy of Integrative Medicine. He also serves on the faculty of the Center for Education and Development of Clinical Homeopathy.
“These programs are designed to educate the pharmacists and staff in acute care homeopathy,” says Kracoff. “This program was designed to address the lack of quality information available coast to coast to pharmacists, who can then pass it on to the general public.”
Classes are limited to 40 students to preserve the quality of interactivity and learning. Students can register online at cedhusa.org/pharmacist-training.
For more information, call 1-866-550-2334 or email Pharmacy@cedhusa.org. March 2014.