Alumni are a vital part of the AMCH community, providing a rich source of guidance and leadership for students. Alumni are involved in many college activities, including organizing and attending graduate-level seminars; organizing advanced study groups; mentoring current students; supervising student clinical cases; shadow supervision where students observe the alumni taking and analyzing cases; and providing general depth of perspective to students on their journey through their studies. We have almost one hundred alumni from six Practitioner Program classes and several hundred of graduates of the Distance Learning Program I. Conferences and post-graduate study opportunities are regularly organized, many of which meet the Council for Homeopathic Certification Continuing Education Units. See the Calendar of Events and the Council for Homeopathic Certification requirements.
National Homeopathic Certification
AMCH Alumni have a 90% succcess rate in passing national homeoapthic certification examinations.
Malpractice Insurance for Alumni
AMCH graduates are eligible for homeopathic malpractice insurance if they become nationally certified through the Council on Homeopathic Certification. Contact the Dean of Student Services for information.
AMCH Internship Program=
AMCH is beginning a postgraduate Internship Program in February of 2014. This program will be the first of its kind in the United States.
All students who have graduated from an accredited homeopathic school in the United States are eligible. Preference will be given to more recent graduates and to AMCH Homeopathic Practitioner Program graduates.
Number of Students Eligible
In the first year of this program only one student will be eligible. In the future we plan on expanding this to two interns per year.
Length of Program
Features of the Program
A. Clinical Training 201-204: Participation in Clinical Training 201-204 courses, assisting faculty in the taking of the initial case and first follow up. After the first follow up, with the exception of patients referred to the clinic by the Instructor, the intern will take over the care of these clinical patients and report back to the class on the patient’s progress. Income from those follow-ups (after the first) will be kept by the intern. For each clinic this is potentially 24 patients per year. These patients will remain with the intern at the end of the internship if the patient is willing.
B. Clinical Training 301-304: Participation in Clinical Training 301-304 courses, assisting faculty in taking initial case and first follow up. After the first follow up, taking over the care of all clinical patients and reporting back to class on patient progress. Income from all follow-ups (after the first) will be kept by intern. For each clinic, this is potentially 48 patients per year. Patients will be kept by the intern at the end of the internship if the patient is willing.
C. Office Space: Free rent for one day per week at AMCH.
D. Supervision: Free supervision by senior faculty member for one hour per month.
Senior faculty is available for consultation.
E. Research: Participation as a supervisor in all provings with 2-3 proving subjects per proving. Additional research opportunities will be made available where applicable.
F. Acute Care Clinic: Participation in AMCH Acute Care Clinic with supervision by medical center faculty.
G. Teaching Experience: To the extent possible, AMCH will provide introductory teaching opportunities and faculty supervision.
H. Article Publication: AMCH faculty will assist the intern in the writing of journal articles during the year. The intern shall contribute to a professional journal with at least one article a year.
I. Southwest HIV/AIDS Center: AMCH will provide a supervised opportunity for the student to see patients at Southwest HIV/AIDS Center for ½ day per week.
J. Additional Projects; The internship is designed to be flexible and meet the needs of the individual intern. Additional projects and activities may be added to the internship with mutual consent.
Please fill out the attached application in full. The deadline for receipt of all applications is July 1st, 2013. There is no stipend for this position.
The AMCH Postgraduate Training Seminars are devoted to expanding homeopathic practitioners knowledge and skills in the practice of homeopathic medicine. We hold periodic seminars at AMCH that are open to the homeopathic community. We plan on making our monthly grand rounds accessible to the homeopathic community via the internet. See the News and Events section for more information about upcoming events.
Continuing Medical Education Credits Now Available
AMCH partners with the Arizona Homeopathic and Integrative Medical Association to provide Category One Continuing Medical Education credits (CME’s) for AMCH Students who are MD’s or DO’s. This is a voluntary activity and only available for an additional fee. This applies to the following programs only:
• Homeopathic Practitioner Distance Learning Program I (40 hours)
• Homeopathic Practitioner Distance Learning Program II (50 hours)
• Homeopathic Practitioner Certificate Program (903 hours)
• Homeopathic Practitioner Online Certificate Program (903 hours)
• Green Medicine Online Program (30 hours)
• AMCH Acute Care Program
• AMCH Clinical Training Program
In addition to the above programs, CME’s may be available for AMCH Postgraduate Seminars. Please contact the Seminar Director for information about whether an individual AMCH Postgraduate Seminar has available CME credits.
Annual Fundraising Conference
AMCH holds an annual fundraising conference and dinner in Phoenix, Arizona. Proceeds directly benefit AMCH programs. Featured speakers in recent years have included the following:
Jeff Baker ND, HANP
Miranda Castro RSHom, CCH
Bill Gray MD
Todd Rowe MD, MD(H), CCH
Jeremy Sher RS Hom, MCH
Jonathan Shore MD, DHt
Judyth Reichenberg Ullman DHANP and
Robert Ullman DHANP
Recordings of some of these conferences are available for sale through AMCH.