Reilly, FRCP FFHom
Reilly is a doctor, educator and researcher working
in the fields of human healing and creative change.
He is a Consultant Physician, at The Centre for Integrative
Care, Glasgow Homoeopathic Hospital, Honorary Senior
Lecturer, Glasgow University, Visiting Professor of
Medicine, University of Maryland; faculty member at
Harvard Medical School, USA, and Scottish Lead Clinician
for Integrative Care.
He graduated from Glasgow University and completed
conventional training as a Specialist in General Medicine
and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians
and a Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners
in the U.K. He expanded his skills by exploring other
approaches to homoeopathy.
Reilly is a doctor active in care, teaching, research
and health care management. His main interest and
skill is focusing on the creation of a therapeutic
relationship and “therapeutic consultation”,
especially with people who are struggling with difficult
and complicated health issues.
He explores blending the art and science of medicine,
and bridges aspects of orthodox and unorthodox approaches.
He sees his medicine as an art form, as much as his
personal writing and music making.
of his publications “Is Homoeopathy a Placebo
Response?” Is the Evidence for Homoeopathy Reproducible?
Were published in lancet Journal. His article also
published in British Homoeopathic Journal.
is currently developing the WEL Programme –
Wellness Enhancement Learning for people with chronic
illness, and working with others in public health
and government on the issue of cultural influences
on health. He directed a survey of Scotland’s
GPs who voiced concerns on the failing state of holism
in primary care
- Dr.Jessy Markose