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    Telemedicine Practice Guidelines for Registered Homoeopathic Practitioners by CCH

    The Board of Governors, CCH has adopted the “Telemedicine Practice Guidelines” for homoeopathic practioners. These guidelines has been prepared to combat the current need in the wake of COVID19 outbreak.

    This is to be included as an amendment to the Homoeopathic Practitioners (Professional Conduct, Etiquette and Code of Ethics) Regulation 1982, by adding Regulation 29A titled as “Consultation by Telemedicine” in the said Regulations.

    The draft notification of the proposed amendment in the Homoeopathic Practitioners (Professional Conduct, Etiquette and Code of Ethics) Regulation 1982, along with the BoG, CCH approved “Telemedicine Practice Guidelines” was placed for the approval of Central Government in the Ministry of AYUSH. The competent authority in the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India has accorded approval for issuance of guidelines.

    The purpose of these guidelines is to enable Homoeopathic practitioners to use telemedicine tools. This will be done by providing information as well as training which will be updated from time to time in the coming years.

    Online Course for the Homoeopathic Practitioners:
    • An online program will be developed and made available by the Central Council of Homoeopathy.
    • All registered homoeopathic practitioners intending to provide online consultation need to complete a mandatory course within 3 years of its notification. 
    • In the interim period, the principles mentioned in the guidelines need to be followed. 
    • Thereafter, undergoing and qualifying such a course, as prescribed, will be essential prior to practice of telemedicine.

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