Fantastic Hani, you are here, nice to see you here too.... fb is not really my cup of tea but, here theres a lot of security...yet everyone is happy with facebook and its growing so big...welcome and nice to be friends here too
Hani, I wish I knew! It was supposed to have appeared a year ago! They even paid me already. I hope nothing has gone wrong with the project. I will inquire again. The publishers are Mishkat Publishing House. Perhaps you can contact them and inquire? Maybe it would motivate them...
Thanks! (Let me know if you learn anything).
To practice Homoeopathy in UAE ,You should pass MOH examination conducted by ministery of health UAE, So you should come here by arranging a visiting visa , register your name at the ministery, write the exam. after qualifying the exam , you will get licence to practice homoeopathy here
There is a lot going on in Egypt like every 3 years a new course "Lakeland College, England" taking place and there is also a "Society of Homeopathy" trying to do its best for spreading knowledge and continue education for graduates....
Dr Abdul Hayy Holjick is the pionneer of Homeopathy in Egypt, he is a member of this site...Feel free to contact me any time...in the meantime here is an Egyptian site: www.h2rc2.com.
Hani, You might be interested to know that Impossible Cure is supposed to come out in Arabic this year. The publisher is in Egypt too. Keep a look out on my web site for when it appears... It would be great too if you could mention it to other homeopaths and to patients in Egypt. Thanks! And nice to meet you! (by the way, have you ever treated any autistic kids? I'm always looking for people to refer to, because parents often contact me because of my book.)
Thank you Hani,
It is so nice to see people in the allopathic field recognize the healing benefits that are in nature. Have you looked into flower essences and gem essences as well as herbs and homeopathy? I call them "natures prozac" but much better.
Thank you for your compliment. About your query regarding questionnaires. I tried this method for a while and although I got a lot of information, I couldn't use it all. I then went to a lecture given by Jeremy Sherr, who likes to throw his lectures open to what the attendees need and would like to know rather than what he has come to lecture about. This very question re questionnaires was asked. Jeremy gave the following response - on the questionnaire s/one might respond to the career box with the name of their company and their position (neither of which I can look up in the Rep!), but if I had asked the same ptt where and he worked, he might say the name and I might see an expression of distaste cross his face - at which point I could ask why the face. He might say I like my job but hate my boss. Why? He makes me so angry!!!! Now that I can look up in the Rep. Sometimes questionnaires take our focus away from the ptt in front of us and we may miss very important "live" responses to things. Hope this helps. Serena