Liga Medicorum Homoeopathica Internationalis (LMHI)
Ligue internationale des médecins homéopathes
Liga Internacional de los Doctores Homeopatas
Internationaler Verein der Homeopathischen Ärzte
International Homeopathic Medical League
1925-09-10 Rotterdam Netherlands
Founded following international congresses from 1876, and the setting up of a Council following the 8th Congress, London (UK), whose statutes had been adopted 22 Jul 1911. Constitution adopted 26 Jul 1934, Arnhem (Netherlands); revised and altered Jun 1953, Brussels (Belgium); modified 1966, Hannover (Germany FR); amended 1998, Amsterdam (Netherlands).
Develop homeopathy worldwide; create a link between homeopaths with medical diplomas and also between societies and persons interested in homeopahty. bibliography and documentation.
Events2026 | Canada – Annual Congress
2025 | Netherlands – Annual Congress
2024 | Spain – Annual Congress
2023 | Mexico – Annual Congress
2022 | Bangladesh – Annual Congress
2021 | Colombia – Annual Congress
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International Council (meets annually); Executive Committee; General Secretaries; Executive Team; Working Groups.
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