The Board of Ethics and Registration for Homoeopathy (BERH) has been constituted under section 18, of the National Commission for Homoeopathy Act, 2020 as an Autonomous Board under the overall supervision of the Commission, to perform the functions assigned in the Act. The Board of Ethics and Registration for Homoeopathy consist of a President from the discipline of Homoeopathy and two Members, out of whom one Member is from the discipline of Homoeopathy and the other Member is a person who has demonstrated public record of work on medical ethics or chosen from any of the disciplines of quality assurance, public health, law or patient advocacy under section 19 of NCH Act, 2020.
Former Director, Smt. A.J. Savla Homoeopathic Medical College, Mehsana.
Former Dean, Medical Faculty & Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University. Executive Council & Academic Council Member & M.D. guide Hemchandrachary North Gujarat University.
Ex. Member Education Committee Central Council of Homoeopathy.
Ex. President PG. Education Committee Central Council of Homoeopathy.
Ex. Member Council of Homoeopathy System of Medical Gujarat State.
Ex. Principal, Government Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital, Dethali, Siddhpur.
To take such measures, as may be necessary, to ensure compliance by the State Medical Councils of Homoeopathy of the guidelines framed and regulations made under this Act for their effective functioning under this Act; make regulations to ensure observance of professional ethics in Medical profession and to promote ethical conduct during the provision of care by medical practitioners.
(a) maintain a National Register of all licensed practitioners of Homoeopathy;
(b) regulate professional conduct and promote medical ethics in accordance with the regulations made under this Act:
Provided that the Board of Ethics and Registration for Homoeopathy shall ensure compliance with the code of professional and ethical conduct through the State Medical Council, in a case where such State Medical Council has been conferred power to take disciplinary actions in respect of professional or ethical misconduct by medical practitioners under respective State Acts;
(c) develop mechanisms to have continuous interaction with State Medical Councils of Homoeopathy to effectively promote and regulate the conduct of medical practitioners of Homoeopathy;
(d) exercise appellate jurisdiction with respect to the actions taken by a State Medical Council for Homoeopathy.
|Dr.Pinakin N. Trivedi
|Dr. J. Senthil Kumar
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Dr.Pinakin N. Trivedi, President
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