Stirling Court Hotel, Stirling, Scotland

BAHVS Conference
June, 2019

Homeopathy – ‘Alive and Kicking’

A wee city with a big history, Stirling punches well above its weight for historic attractions and spectacular scenery, not to mention shopping, places to eat and events.

Gateway to the Highlands”

It is known as the “Gateway to the Highlands” and was once the capital of Scotland. It’s name is thought to come from a Scots or Gaelic term meaning the place of battle, struggle or strife and is visually dominated by Stirling Castle and the famous Battle of Bannockburn site is close by.

14-16 June, 2019

The conference is being held in The Stirling Court Hotel within the beautiful grounds of Stirling University.

BAHVS would like to invite you all to join the committee in this lovely setting between 14-16th June to listen to some great speakers who will show you that Homeopathy is still “Alive and Kicking”

Confirmed speakers are:

Dr David Reilly will give the opening lecture on ‘Wellness”.

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Dr David Reilly

Dr Bob Leckeridge will expand on his recent discussion at the faculty conference on “Uniqueness” 

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Bob Leckeridge

Our principal speaker is Dr Shelley Epstein from the USA will cover various topics including Vijaker principles in acute and chronic disease.

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She will also give an update along with Sara Fox Chapman and Lee Kayne on the current legislation affecting the homeopathic pharmacy. 

Dr Shelley Epstein

In addition there will be a session with John Saxton and Sue Armstrong who will explore The Bowel Nosodes and the relationship between the microbiome and Homeopathy.

Sunday morning will be a case morning organised by Geoff Johnston. He will present some of his own cases along with other volunteers who have their own interesting cases.

Geoff Johnson

Nick Thompson will talk about Organs, Organelles and the Organon: Food and Homeopathic Philosophy

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Nick Thompson

Other speakers will be confirmed in the next couple of weeks.

In addition there will be a BBQ on Friday evening with entertainment included in the conference cost and on Saturday evening there is a gala dinner with ceilidh following so please bring your dancing shoes.

Accommodation is available in the Stirling Court Hotel or a slightly cheaper option is available with student accommodation on site. For those wishing to camp there is a nearby campsite



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