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Practitioners certified by the CHC must complete a minimum of 20 continuing education units (CEU’s) each calendar year. Up to 5 of these can come from non-homeopathic medical training. This training should be post-foundational, and you must provide documentation for each CEU being reported.
Following is a list of ways in which you can obtain these units, as well as values for each:
|Attendance at a homeopathic conference or seminar||1||1|
|Post-graduate homeopathic training||1||1|
|Teaching homeopathy (at a school/college or study group)||1||2|
|Giving a presentation at a homeopathic conference or seminar||1||3|
|Supervising or being a mentor to a homeopath or homeopathic student||1||2|
|Published review of a homeopathic book/seminar (1,000 words)||2|
|Published homeopathic article in a professional journal||6|
|Published homeopathic book/manual||14|
|Conducting or supervising a homeopathic proving||14|
Other medical training (up to 5 hours)