DIPLOMA IN HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE AND MEDICAL SCIENCES
You’ve chosen a career that grants you the ability to make a difference maintaining the health of others. Treating the human body is not to be taken lightly. It is an art and requires skill, competence and commitment to succeed. At NMCH, we pride ourselves on creating the readiness of our students to embark on their new career with confidence, knowledge, capability and proficiency.
We will prepare you to be a healthcare practitioner who can comfortably communicate with medical personnel, understand medical terminology, interpret laboratory reports and feel confident upon graduating that you can run a Homeopathic healthcare clinic.
So why is our program 4 years in length and other homeopathic programs in Ontario only 3 years?
NMCH is very medically focused and offers an exceptional level of standard and education. We offer extensive training in a variety of medical sciences which we believe are imperative to your success as a master practitioner. Not only is our curriculum set to meet the competencies outlined by the regulated College of Homeopaths of Ontario but we also follow the educational guidelines and standards set by Homeopathic Medical Colleges in India and Europe where Homeopaths are Medical Doctors and Surgeons and are positioned in Hospitals. It is our duty to ensure that you complete your homeopathic education feeling confident to begin your practice.
NMCH is the only Homeopathic College in Ontario that trains students on updated medical subjects such as the Practice of Medicine, Integrative Medicine, Gynaecology and Obstetrics. You’ll be able to make a homeopathic diagnosis and know what to treat and what not to treat in a patient. Interpreting laboratory reports is important as a regulated healthcare practitioner, documenting your findings accurately is also important along with administering patient treatment within the scope of homeopathic practice.
In addition, students are required to complete the programs clinical internship. Our clinic is run as such that not only do you observe master homeopaths at work but that you too will treat live patients. You also have the opportunity to observe homeopathic specialists at clinics within the GTA. NMCH offers more than 1500 hours of clinical training making a total of 5000 hours of homeopathic training. No other college offers this in Ontario.
Why study with NMCH?
NMCH focuses on medical education
NMCH does not believe in online training as we believe a medical education which involves treating patients cannot be taught online. It requires hands on training.
NMCH offers 5000 hours of training.
NMCH believes 3 years of training is inadequate for a student to become a successful homeopath as that length of time is insufficient to offer a significant quality education. We believe quality education.
Upon successful completion of the program, graduates may use the suffix DHMMS, which represents the Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Medical Sciences. All Canadian Homeopathic schools and colleges grant diploma status to their graduates.
FOUR YEAR DIPLOMA PROGRAM – 5000 hours
Anatomy, Histology and Embryology-300 Hours
Physiology including Biochemistry-300 hours
Organon of Medicine and Philosophy & Psychology-200 hours
Homeopathic Pharmacy-150 hours
Homeopathic Materia Medica-120 hours
Pathology and Microbiology including Parasitology, Bacteriology and Virology – 300 hours
Organon of Medicine and Philosophy & Psychology – 200 hours
Homeopathic Materia Medica – 200 hours
Internal Medicine – Part 1 & Homeopathic Therapeutics – 250
Clinical Internship including Physical Examinations – 200 hours
Integrative Medicine including ENT, Ophthalmology, Dental and Homeopathic Therapeutics – 300 hours
Gynecology, Obstetrics and Infant Care including homeopathic therapeutics – 250 hours
Oncology and Cosmetology – 100
Organon of Medicine and Philosophy & Psychology -100
Homeopathic Materia Medica – 200 hours
Internal Medicine – Part 2 & Homeopathic Therapeutics (Including Physical Examination) -150
Clinical Internship including interpreting Laboratory reports -200 hours
Case taking and Repertorization – 100 hours
Community Medicine – 50 hours
Practice Management, Jurisprudence, Ethics and Standards – 50 hours
Clinical Internship – 1100 hours
*Please note the curriculum is subject to change or altered as per the current regulatory requirements by the College of Homeopaths.