HANP Education List

Approved course: 1 hr = 1 credit
Preceptor time: 1 hr = 1 credit
Teaching time: 1 hr = 5 credits

DHANP Application Core Curriculum (30 hours)

Note: This curriculum is currently in progress. Applicants are only required to complete what is published here at the time of their application. If you applied before the full 30 hours was available, we highly encourage you to go back and complete the sections that were not available at the time of your application. 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.

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.
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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.
Organon §72-73, 100-103
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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
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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.
Organon §7a, 77, 186
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In Production:

  • Gregory Pais, ND, DHANP – 1 hour
    • Using Q potencies in Clinical Practice
    • Administering Centesimal potencies in the medicinal solution
  • Stephen Messer,  ND, DHANP – 5.5 hours
    • Vital Force – 1.5-2 hr
    • Susceptibility: Citation: Organon §31 – 30 min
    • Single Medicine: Citation: Organon §273 – 30 min
    • Individualization: Organon §83 – 30 min
    • Posology – 2 hr
  • John P. (Jay) Borneman, Ph.D. – 1 hour
    • Manufacturing
  • Instructor and topic to be announced – 1.5 hours
  • Instructor to be announced – 2 hours
    • Research update
  • Iris Bell, MD, Ph.D. – 2 hours
    • Research nanoparticles and biological basis for homœopathy

HANP Recommended Curriculum

Courses from these instructors will 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

  • Homeopathy 0-60, in production

Lisa Amerine, ND, DHANP

  • Homeopathy ER, in production

Gregory Pais, ND, DHANP

Jamie Oskin, ND

Eric Udell, ND

  • Courses TBA

Ian Leupker, ND, DHANP

  • Courses TBA

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