Homeopathic Clinical Experience
Now accepting applications for all clinic dates
Deadlines for applications are as follows:
February 6-16, 2009
Application due: August 15, 2008
March 13-22, 2009
Application due: September 15, 2008
October 9-18, 2009
Application due: April 15, 2009
November 13-22, 2009
Application due: May 15, 2009

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  • There is a maximum of four participants per clinic.
  • Applicants must have at least 3 years of homeopathic clinical practice to apply.
  • Applicants will be notified within 15 days of application of their acceptance. One or two approved applicants will be placed on a reserve list if another applicant is unable to make the trip.
  • $350 non-refundable deposit is due within 10 days of notification of acceptance of application, with full payment due 2 months before trip commences. Refunds are issued in cases of emergency up to one month before trip.
  • Complete itinerary, trip details, health advisories, and what to pack etc. will be provided to participants after receipt of deposit.
  • The six month period following acceptance will allow participants time for passport and visa acquisition and to make travel plans to and from Delhi.
Brought to you by:
The Meera Shangloo Research Center and Homeopaths International: connecting homeopaths with clinics around the world.

Contact Kate Birch at kbhomeopath@yahoo.com
Or call 612-701-0629 for more information. Applications and more information can be downloaded directly from the following website under clinical training: www.meerashangloohomeopathic.com
All applications are processed in the United States.
Dr. G. K. Shangloo, Dr. Sharad Shangloo, and Dr. Sunit Shangloo cordially invite you to visit their research center to experience the depth of homeopathic practice in India as they have established it. Dr Sharad Shangloo will be your host and main contact person during your stay. This research center, located in the heart of Uttar Pradesh, was founded in the name of the late Smt. Meera Shangloo but the seed of this research center was sown in 1967 by the late Dr. Parmeshwar Nath Shangloo, homeopathic graduate from Calcutta University. Through his great efforts The late Dr. P. N. Shangloo made homeopathy known to the people of Allahabad and India as he cured many surgical cases with the use of homeopathic medicines which were considered only to be curable through surgery. In 1973 his son, Dr. G.K. Shangloo, who graduated from the Lalbahadur Shastari Homoeopathic Medical College, became the successor to the practice. Dr. G.K. Shangloo is accompanied by his two sons, Dr. Sharad Shangloo and Dr. Sunit Shangloo, who hold Bachelor degrees in homeopathy from the University of Rajasthan, Jaipur. The three generations of homeopaths have 77 years of combined clinical experience in practice. Now, they currently treat over 100 patients a day. Through the use of classical homeopathy and the intercurrent use of indicated nosodes, the Shangloo practice has found a near 90% success rate in the treatment of uterine fibroids, brain tumors, and renal and gall stones.
Homeopathic Clinical Experience
at the
Meera Shangloo Research Center
In Allahabad, India.
Clinic Dates:
February 6-16, 2009
March 13-22, 2009
October 9-18, 2009
November 13-22, 2009
A joint venture between
and Homeopaths International
Clinical Experience
Clinical supervision in the Meera Shangloo Research Center offers a unique opportunity to homeopaths to gain a wealth of clinical experience through treating a wide variety of conditions and diseases with homeopathy. Through working along side each of the three Doctors, participants will have the opportunity to work in direct contact with patients in all parts of case taking, documentation, case analysis, prescriptions, and pharmacy.  Participants will gain 35 hours of clinical experience during their stay. A certificate of hours will be presented upon completion.

Engagement is 10 days from arrival to departure. Participants will arrive in Delhi the Friday before clinic starts to make a connecting flight to Varanasi. They will spend the weekend resting and adjusting to the time zone in Varanasi with some time for sight seeing. They will then travel to Allahabad by private car on Sunday.  Monday to Thursday will be spent seeing patients in the clinic during regular clinic hours. On Friday, participants will begin travel back to Delhi by train via Agra and the Taj Mahal, and Jaipur, Rajasthan for sight seeing. Then they will fly from Jaipur to Delhi on Sunday to make connections for the return flight home from Delhi late Sunday or early Monday.

All inclusive from Delhi to Delhi for the entire 10 days: $1700
Includes clinical supervision, all meals, transportation, hotel and clinic accommodation:
  • Four days clinical supervision
  • Plane from Delhi to Varanasi
  • Private car from Varanasi to Allahabad
  • Train from Allahabad to Jaipur via Agra
  • Return plane from Jaipur to Delhi
  • Hotels in Varanasi, Agra, and Jaipur.
  • Shared clinic apartment while in Allahabad
Costs for tourists sights, shopping, and entertainment are participants responsibility. Participants are financially responsible for their own travel arrangements to Delhi, and the appropriate passport and visa documentation.