EVENT: Cape Regional Meeting 14 November 2018

2018-11-14 - 2018-11-14

Centre for the Book

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The last Cape Regional Meeting for the year will be held on the 14 November 2018 at the Center of the Book. Please see below for more information.

 

HSA CAPE REGIONAL MEETING
Date: 14 November 2018
Time: 18:00 for 18:30
Venue: “Center of the Book” National Library of South Africa, 62 Queen Victoria St, Cape Town
Sponsor: Awaiting Sponsorship Confirmation
Chair: Dr Robert Durrheim
CPD Points: 2 CEU points
Cost: Free for current HSA members (R500 for non-HSA members)
RSVP: Please visit www.hsa.org.za to sign up for the event [please RSVP as early as possible for catering purposes]
NB: Be sure to log in to the website before signing up and ensure your membership is up to date as we will be using this portal to generate your CPD certificates.

AGENDA
18:00 – 18:30 Arrival and finger food
18:30 – 19:15 HSA Meeting Agenda
1. General
2. Sponsor Introduction
19:15 – 21:00 – “Managing Serious Homoeopathic Cases in the South African Setting.” – Dr Herman Jeggels.
21:00 – 21:10 Closing and Date of Next Meeting (Dr Robert Durrheim)

Managing Serious Homoeopathic Cases in the
South African Setting -- Dr Jeggels

The LMHI 2018 Congress has come and gone. It’s been a very successful event – credit to
everyone involved.
Many colleagues were in awe of the results of our international colleagues, and rightly so.

I therefore took up an earlier invitation by Dr Robert Durrheim for me to present at an HSA
meeting by proposing to present some “local is lekker” examples from Cape Town, to
present the diagnosing, and managing of a number of similar serious cases, compared to
those seen at the LMHI 2018.
During the presentation, I wish to touch on some cases drawn from the last two CPD cycles
during which I conducted twelve four hour sessions with a number of colleagues. I may
however expand more on some of the topics.
The topics which will follow a brief introduction will be:
1. Posology
2. Few cancer cases
3. Chronic Arterial Disease – adults and children – quite a few cases
4. Atopic, and associated conditions, e.g., autoimmune diseases, and the complications
associated with atopic problems.

I hope that the presentation would interest some to dare to do the same, and equal our
international colleagues.

Dr Jeggels

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