DHANP Application Core Curriculum (30 hours)

Note: The HANP highly recommends that you complete the DHANP Core Curriculum prior to submitting your application that includes your case submissions. Any competencies not covered in courses that were available to you may be covered in the oral examination. You can receive continuing education for any courses you complete after receiving your DHANP and these CE will count towards your DHANP renewal.

These modules are now only available as part of the complete Core Curriculum course, which is available to you through Whole Health Now.

Stephen Messer, ND, MSEd, DHANP

Recorded Webinar, 1.5 hr General CE (NANCEAC)

This presentation discusses the importance of individualized homeopathic prescriptions for better case outcomes. It includes how to identify the different types of characteristic symptoms needed to accurately choose an appropriate homeopathic remedy.

Stephen Messer, ND, MSEd, DHANP

Recorded Webinar, 1.5 hr General CE (NANCEAC)

This course will take a detailed look at homeopathic posology. Different schools of thought will be discussed in terms of homeopathic potency, frequency, repetition as well as well as how to choose the best dilution and frequency of dosing.  Case management of follow-ups is also discussed.

Vital Force
Stephen Messer, ND, MSEd, DHANP

Recorded Webinar, 1.5 hr General CE (NANCEAC)

This presentation discusses the concept of the vital force within homeopathic philosophy and how it relates to vitalism and allopathic conventional models. Additionally it reviews the types of conditions that are treatable with homeopathy and proposed mechanisms of action of homeopathic medicines as ‘information medicine’ on the vital force.

Eric FoxmanA Regulatory and Manufacturing Roadmap for Homœopathic Drug Products
Eric L. Foxman, RPh

Recorded Webinar, 2 hr Pharm (RX) CE (NANCEAC)

The presentation will cover the regulations affecting homeopathic drugs and will examine the role of the Homeopathic Pharmacopeia and the information in this on-line reference.  The different manufacturing methods for making homeopathic drug products will be addressed so attendees have an understanding and can make better decisions on what to utilize for patient care.  The presentation will include issues to consider for evaluating vendors and supplies for attendees’ practice formularies.

50 Millesimal Potencies and The Medicinal Solution
Gregory Pais, ND, DHANP

Recorded Webinar, 2 hr General CE (NANCEAC)

This presentation provides information on the history and development of 50 Millesimal potencies (and the medicinal solution) in their use in clinical practice. As this information is seldom presented from the primary source we will utilize the 6th edition of the Organon and demonstrate efficacy through case examples from practice. 

Participants will gain an understanding of when to use 50 Millesimal potencies and their application in serious physical pathology. Participants will learn how to properly use the medicinal solution to best manage these cases. Three case presentations demonstrating the concepts contained in this CE session are discussed in depth.

The Materia Medica of Hahnemann: An Introduction to the Primary Sources of Our Homœopathic Literature
Dr. Jamie Oskin, ND, DHANP

Recorded Webinar, 1 hr Gen CE (OBNM)

This talk will be an introduction to Hahnemann’s materia medicæ. The objective is for attendees to walk away less intimidated by the Materia Medica Pura and The Chronic Diseases, more familiar with how these works were constructed and, therefore, better equipped to utilize them to maximal advantage in practice. We will examine the structure of these works, how to utilize the introductions, author citations, time stamps, symptom grading, and footnotes.

Homœopathy Research
Dr. Jamie Oskin, ND, DHANP

Recorded Webinar, 2 hr Gen CE (OBNM)

This presentation provides an overview of the current state of homœopathic research at the time of presentation. It will begin with an accurate definition of Homœopathy and a description of drug pharmacodynamics and drug tolerance as a primer for discussing various types of homœopathic research and their purpose. The presentation will explore outcomes studies, placebo controlled studies, meta analyses, cell culture, plant and animal research, and clinical trials. The speaker will propose that homœopathy is not merely placebo and offer evidence from the peer-reviewed literature to support that argument. There will then be a discussion of the latest research exploring the most controversial topic in homœopathy, ultra-dilutions, including the discovery of nanostructures that reach non-zero asymptotes in homœopathically manufactured medicines at high dilutions past Avogadro’s number. We will then turn the presentation towards topics of real world research including comparative effectiveness studies of homœopathy and conventional medicine as well as examples of integrative medicine research. By the end of the presentation, the student should be acquainted with the current state and breadth of homœopathic research.

The Nature of Homeopathic Medicines in Triggering Systemic Adaptive Biological Healing (1 hour)
Iris R. Bell, MD PhD

Recorded Webinar, 1 hr Gen CE (OBNM)

This presentation provides an overall model for homeopathic healing that involves the interaction of the remedy as a complex system that emits self-similar signals (electromagnetic, optical) into its surrounding environment for the recipient organism as a complex adaptive system. The speaker supports her argument with research evidence from the peer-reviewed literature.

Homœopathic Medicine – Pure & Applied 6 Part Series (12 hours)
George Dimitriadis, BSc, DHom, DHomMCCH, FHom, GHIH

This course of 6 recorded lectures provides an insight into George’s knowledge and experience gained over many years. Others who have studied with him have commented that the exposure to this material has provided them with a solid foundation, which was previously lacking from their training and as a result they have gone on to develop new found confidence and certainty toward practice, reflected by much improvement in their clinical results.

Epidemic Disease and Genus Epidemicus (1 hour)
Andre Saine, ND, DHANP

Ability to manage and series of cases during an epidemic via case based test questions.
Citation: Organon §72-73, 100-103

Defective Cases (2 hours)
Andre Saine, ND, DHANP

In this two hour CE, learn how to navigate the challenges of defective cases or dissimilar disease and gain an understanding to help you successfully prescribe the remedy.
Citation: Organon §162-171, §172-184

Dynamic vs Non-Dynamic Disease (1 hour)
Andre Saine, ND, DHANP

Non-dynamic disease, also known as disease of lifestyle is often excluded in homeopathic care. However this sort of disease must be corrected by correcting the lifestyle. In contrast dynamic disease occurs despite a healthy lifestyle, in this case the correct homeopathic remedy will likely reverse the disease state. Learn how to distinguish the two and how they compliment each other in our day to day practice.
Citation: Organon §7a, 77, 186

In Production:

  • Susceptibility: Citation: Organon §31 – 30 min
  • Single Medicine: Citation: Organon §273 – 30 min

HANP Recommended Curriculum

Courses from these instructors will be updated on an ongoing basis. Sign up to our mailing list if you would like to receive notifications when a new course has been listed. The Core Curriculum courses offered by these instructors are listed above. The courses in this section are other courses they may offer in addition to other instructors not listed in Core Curriculum above.

The HANP endorses continuing education courses whose content is consistent with the definition of Homœopathy published on the HANP website. Specifically, the HANP endorses genuine, orthodox Homœopathy that is practiced in strict accordance with the method described by Hahnemann in the Organon of Medicine, Chronic Diseases, and Lesser Writings and is void of all speculative reasoning (Organon, §6). Homœopathy proper differs from modern techniques, which includes prescribing mixtures of more than one medication at a time (polypharmacy) and/or utilize speculative theories, such as the doctrine of signatures (as well as other a priori speculations about substance effects based upon smell, taste, appearance, chemical analysis, or the faculty of imagination) in order to select a medicinal substance (Organon, §110).

Andre Saine, ND, DHANP

George Dimitriadis, BSc, DHom, DHomMCCH, FHom, GHIH

Stephen Messer, ND, DHANP

  • Courses TBA

Joe Kellerstein, ND, DHANP

Jay Borneman, PhD

  • Courses TBA

Iris Bell, MD, PhD

Peter Fischer, MD (1950-2018)

Alex Tournier, MD

  • Courses TBA

Alexander L. Tournier, BSc Cantab PhD LCHE RSHom

Paul Herscu, ND, MPH and Amy Rothenberg, ND

Eli Camp, ND, DHANP

Lisa Amerine, ND, DHANP

Gregory Pais, ND, DHANP

Jamie Oskin, ND, DHANP

Eric Udell, ND

  • Courses TBA

Ian Leupker, ND, DHANP

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