American Homeopath Journal by North American Society of Homeopaths
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American Homeopath Journal is a publication of the North American Society of Homeopaths (NASH), which is a professional organization for homeopaths in North America. The journal was founded in 1994 and is published annually. It contains articles, interviews, case studies, Materia Medica studies and other topics related to homeopathy. The journal aims to provide a scholarly and practical resource for homeopaths who want to learn from the latest developments and trends in homeopathy. The journal also features a cover art contest for artists and photographers who want to showcase their work related to homeopathy. The journal is edited by Deborah Hayes, ND, DHANP, CCH
The American Homeopath Journal is not to be confused with the American Journal of Homeopathic Medicine (AJHM), which is a publication of the American Institute of Homeopathy (AIH), which is another professional organization for homeopaths in the US. The AJHM is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that focuses on research and clinical aspects of homeopathy. The AJHM is edited by Ronald D. Whitmont, MD