Dr. Russell Malcolm – Scotland
Russell Malcolm joined the junior medical staff of the Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital in 1986, having partially completed a post-graduate vocational training rotation. After a year at GHH he returned to orthodox hospital medicine, while managing to preserve a weekly commitment to the outpatient department of the Homeopathic Hospital. Russell sat his membership examination for the Faculty of Homeopathy in 1987 and gradually took on further clinical sessions within the Scottish network of National Health Service homeopathy clinics.
By the early nineties Russell had worked within the NHS homeopathic services as a locum consultant and was beginning to provide teaching in the UK. He was appointed Director of Education at the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital and worked on course development and the delivery of training programmes for six years, before becoming a free-lance consultant to the RLHH Education Department. Subsequently, he has taught throughout Europe, as well as the Balkans, Russia and the US.
He continues to provide specialist modules for the Royal London Hospital for Integrative Medicine. His international seminars include wide-ranging presentations on methodology, repertory development, therapeutics and the practical and philosophical connections between art and medicine. In the past year he has provided his two-day seminar on the Bowel Nosodes (‘Systems and Symbiosis’) in four different countries and has presented his latest clinical methodologies in ‘Resonances III’ in Glasgow, London and Washington DC. He was appointed Dean of the UK Faculty of Homeopathy in July 2011.
Saturday, October 13th, 9:30 a.m. – Algonquin Room.
Bowel Nosodes – Part I.
Saturday, October 13th, 11:15 a.m. - Algonquin Room.
Bowel Nosodes – Part II.
The main session will be a three-hour summary of my seminar on the bowel nosodes. I will introduce these remedies firstly from a historical standpoint, then provide an interpretation of their biology and clinical application. The presentation will include treatment guidelines and illustrative cases.
Saturday, October 13th, 2:15 p.m. – Regent Room.
My second session will be on Polarity Analysis and will provide a background to the understanding of this recently introduced analysis method. I will also touch on the essential differences between Boenninghausen and Kent, in terms of the structure and scope of these repertories, and the implications this has for repertory methodology. I will provide illustrative cases and worked examples.