The Scottish Association of Professional Homoeopaths

Scottish Association of Professional Homoeopaths (SAPH)

History of SAPH and Homoeopathy in Scotland

Inspired by John Smith and Pat Campbell, and after meetings  in Stirling, Glasgow and Edinburgh arranged by Margaret Roy between homoeopaths from all over Scotland, SAPH came into being in early winter 2000.

 

Most of its members were previously students at the Scottish College of Homoeopathy, which Margaret Roy had set up and run from 1985.

 

Margaret wanted representation for professional homoeopaths working and living in Scotland.  

 

There is no other organisation specifically for Scottish Homoeopaths as far as we know.

 

If you are interested in the history and honourable tradition of homoeopathy in Scotland, click here for an article on the subject.

 

For a survey of randomised placebo-controlled trials, see RCTs.

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