George Dimitriadis, BSc (UNSW), DHom(Syd), DHomMCC(Eng), FHom(UK), GHIH(Syd), FJPHMA (Jpn)
Hahnemann Institute Sydney
Parramatta, NSW, AU
Sunday, June 14, 2020
4:50 PM - 6:20 PM Pacific Time
Fevers: Disorders of Thermoregulation
George Dimitriadis BSc (UNSW), DHom (Syd), FHom (UK), FJPHMA(Jpn). George had his introduction to Homœopathy nearly forty years ago, when a friend showed him how ‘potentisation’ actually made highly diluted substances ‘stronger’ and more effective. This idea aroused George’s curiosity and George commenced his own study of Homœopathy (1979-1982), then medical sciences (1983-1986), graduating from the University of New South Wales before taking up full-time homœopathic practice in Sydney (1986).
George travelled widely through Europe and India, visiting clinics and teaching institutions in order to observe first-hand their method of learning and of application. He has taught both within Australia and internationally, contributed numerous articles to a number of professional journals, and authored six books for the profession. George was founding Vice-President and later President, Society of Classical Homœopathy (SCH, 1985-1995), also Chief Editor, Australian Journal of Homœopathic Medicine during its publication life (1992-95), and founder (1993) of the Hahnemann Institute (Sydney). From 1995 George began to focus on the work of Bönninghausen and in particular his Therapeutic Pocketbook, and spent the next 5 years on his English language TT re-publication project, culminating with the publication of The Bönninghausen Repertory (TBR, 2000). The second edition TBR2 (2010) is widely recognised as the most reliable repertory available today.
George and his wife Jacqualine practice at the Hahnemann Homœopathic Medicine Centre, located in Sydney.
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