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Building & Working with Your Homeopathic Library
- an exploration of our Classical & Contemporary Resources
with Will Taylor, M.D.

In this 6-week-long Online course (90 minutes weekly x 6 weeks), we'll investigate the classical & contemporary homeopathic literature, comparing & contrasting the resources available to us, with an eye toward building a personal reference library and utilizing it to our best advantage in preparing for and maintaining a homeopathic practice.

Designed for:

- Practitioners & other interested individuals wishing to build confidence in their continued studies & practice;
- Beginning or ongoing students wishing an orientation to the best resources for launching or enhancing their homeopathic education;
(if you are enrolled in a formal program, your school has likely provided you with a required/recommended reading list; we will acquaint you with best use of these resources, and augment this with other recommendations to enhance your studies)
- Anyone wishing to further their familiarity with the homeopathic literature

Presented in Live Interactive Webinar sessions; all sessions will be recorded & posted as streaming video on the course support page, for review & for those who wish to participate in this manner on your their own schedule.  Registration provides 6 months' access to all course materials.  Interaction with instructor & other participants is provided in the Live Webinar sessions, as well as via a course-page online discussion forum.  Documentation will be provided for 9 hours (6x1.5 hrs) of primary or continuing homeopathic education, on completion of the course.

6 consecutive Thursdays, 4-5:30 pm US Pacific time 
October 27, November 3, November 10 (note the change to Standard time on November 6), November 17, December 1, December 8; we'll skip November 24 due to the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday.

(click here for time & date of session 1 in your timezone)

We'll cover:

Texts addressing Homeopathic Philosophy / Principals of Practice; a comparison & contrast, including those that propose historical or contemporary variations on or modifications of traditional Hahnemannian practice.

Homeopathic Materia Medica - with a comparison & contrast of texts useful in the consulting room for acute & chronic care, and for working with particular patient populations (e.g. children. veterinary populations); and texts for dedicated primary & ongoing material media study.  We'll look into both historical & contemporary materia medica resources.  I'll offer my recommendations, born of 30 years' experience, and will offer room for discussion of others' experiences & preferences.

Homeopathic Repertories - an understanding of their origins & source material, & uses in practice & materia medica study; recommendations for students & practitioners for both general & specialized uses.

We'll look at the available software programs offering electronic access to our Materia Medica & to our Repertories, and the relative advantages & disadvantages of electronic vs. hard-copy access to these resources.  I'll take up the details of navigation of our electronic literature in a subsequent course, if this is of interest.

Texts covering the Basic Medical Sciences; Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & the Nature of Disease, Pharmacology including conventional drug "side-effects" & drug interactions.

Useful references addressing other "alternative" medical interventions that may be of interest to the homeopathic student & practitioner.

Resources for accessing homeopathic, other "alternative," and conventional medical research and the evidence-based literature.


If you're new to, or have questions about my online courses, please see the FAQs page on my course support platform; or write to me, at willtaylor@homstudies.com.


introductory price, $100 (I'll be able to maintain this price if I see sufficient early interest in registration).  Registration is automated via the PayPal link below, using either a PayPal account or credit/debit card processed by PayPal (a PayPal account is not required).  I've selected this, as the most secure online payment option available both for participants and for me.  Note that I, or this site, will not have access to your payment information, beyond a confirmation of the transaction from PayPal.  Please write me (willtaylor@homstudies.com) for other options if PayPal does not serve your geographic location.

At the end of the Registration process, you'll be directed to the course support page; please be sure to:

[1] bookmark that page for future return, and to

[2] follow the link provided at the top of that page to register for the Live Webinar Sessions with our Webinar service (included in the cost of the course).