Brief History of Homeopathy in Malaysia
|Rev Fr John Leo Quinn practised Homeopathy in the Priest Residence within St Theresa’s Church premise in Tambunan, Sabah.
|The Late Col Dr Azim S. Rajah, an Indian British Military Officer introduced Homeopathy in JohorBahru,Johor
|The first homeopathic clinic was set up in Johor Bahru, Johor.
|Col Dr Azim S. Rajah and Dr Burhanuddin Al Helmi set up the Malayan Homeopathic Leading Centre in Singapore.
|12 initial students from all over Peninsular Malaya enrolled in Dr Burhanuddin homeopathic classes ( lectures are in Bahasa Melayu).
|Homeopathic Society Federation of Malaya was formed in Kuala Lumpur. Dr Burhanuddin Al Helmi was its first president.
|Discussions by all representatives of homeopathic associations to formed a single united national council. Initiated and facilitated by officers from the Ministry Of Health
|The National Policy on Traditional and Complementary Medicine(T/CM) was Launched by the Minister of Health,Malaysia.
|The Malaysian Homeopathic Medical Council (MHMC) was established and appointed by the Ministry of Health as the only umbrella body for all homeopathic practitioners.
|First workshop on formulating the standard and criteria for Homeopathic education And training held at Kota Bahru, Kelantan. This is done with the collaboration of Ministry of Health,National Accreditation Board-Ministry of Health,representatives of selected local universities and MHMC.
|First National Seminar on Homneopathy held at PWTC, KL .Co- sponsored by MHMC And Ministry of Health.
|Second workshop on formulating the standard and criteria for Homeopathic education and training held at Kuala Lumpur. In collaboration with Ministry of Health ,National Accreditation Board-Ministry of Health, representtaives of selected local universities and MHMC.
|The establishment of Traditional and Complementary Medicine Division (T/CMD) in The Ministry of Health to facilitate the development of traditional and complementary medicine.
|T/CM umbrella body concept was revised and replaced by a Practitioners Body Concept.Transforming them into a professional body.
|Third workshop on formulating the standard and criteria for Homeopathic education and training held at Port Dicson, Negeri Sembilan. In collaboration with T/CMD Ministry of Health, Malaysia Qualifying Agency-Ministry of Health, representatives of selected local universities, homeopathic associations and MHMC.
|Standard and criteria for T/CM practices were approved by the Malaysian Qualifying Agency(MQA)-Ministry of Higher Education. This also includes the degree program for a Bachelor in Homeopathic Medical Science (BHMS).
|MHMC and Cyberjaya University College for Medical Sciences (CUCMS) initial discussion on collaboration in the field of homeopathic education, training and research.
|Exemption of the Single Homeopathic Dilutions from the POISON LIST by Ministry Of Health.
|MHMC signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with CUCMS in the field of Education,training of homeopathic practitioners and research.
|The first degree course in homeopathy (BHMS) was offered to the public by CUCMS.
|The Guideline for the Registration of Homeopathic Products was approved by the The National Pharmaceutical Control Bureau Ministry of Health.
|The First International Conference on Homeopathy 2011 at PWTC Kuala Lumpur.
|T&CM Act 2013 gazetted.
Appointment of MPHM as the designated practitioners body by Minister of Health (MOH) for 3 years.
|First batch of BHMS students graduated from CUCMS.