Positively Promoting Homeopathy
Wednesday, Nov. 21st
10:30am(PT), 11.30am(MT), 12:30pm(CT), 1:30pm(ET)
This webinar is scheduled at a time different from our other webinars.
Mani Norland will share work from the UK ‘4Homeopathy’ campaign in which he has been instrumental. This group positively promotes homeopathy to the general public. He will show the work from initial ideas and strategy through to logo creation and celebrity campaigns. He will discuss what has worked and why, and he will talk about the power of one unified client-focused brand in homeopathy.
There will be time for some Q&A; participants can ask any questions about homeopathy in the UK.
This webinar** is open to the larger homeopathic community; feel free to forward this information to others who may have interest.
This is the last NASH webinar in 2018. We hope that you all enjoy a wonderful holiday season and a peaceful New Year!
Via phone – (712) 451-0011, code 236398
Via computer – https://www.freeconferencecall.com/wall/nashinfo4
This webinar will be recorded and available to NASH members upon logging in for only one week.
FMI – na******@ho********.org
Stay tuned in 2019!
We are working on finalizing the following webinars:
Jan 21 – Anke Zimmerman will discuss her experiences with licensure and obstacles to practice
Feb 18 – Aaron Wolfe-Payton — Licensing with the First Nations Medical Board
March 18 – Melissa Assilem – Treating Women Well
April 16 – Ronald Whitmont, MD – will review of the current FDA Draft Guidelines, community reactions; overview of what a Super SMART PAC is, the bylaws, vision, and mission statement
May 20 – David Brule – will discuss his research on telemedicine and use among homeopaths.
The content of these webinars does not necessarily reflect the views of the Board of the North American Society of Homeopaths. The information presented in these webinars is for general informational purposes only. While we endeavor to provide accurate and up-to-date information, we make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability of the information provided. Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk. The information provided should not be used as a substitute for advice from your personal health care practitioner.