Dana Ullman, M.P.H., C.C.H.
Dana Ullman, M.P.H., C.C.H. (Masters in Public Health, U.C. Berkeley) (CCH = certified in classical homeopathy) is “homeopathic.com” and is widely recognized as the foremost spokesperson for homeopathic medicine in the U.S. He also treats people all over the world and conducts interviews over Skype, telephone, and internet, as well as sees people in our Berkeley office (to make an appointment, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 510-649-0294)(Dana is now allowed to accept “Wellness Cards” or “Health Savings Accounts” given to some employees for “health services”).
Dana Ullman’s newest contribution to homeopathy is an e-course in “Learning to Use a Homeopathic Medicine Kit,” which integrates up to 80 short videos (averaging 15 minutes) along with his ebook “Evidence Based Homeopathic Family Medicine” in order to teach people how to use 50 to 100 homeopathic medicines.
Dana Ullman’s newest book, The Homeopathic Revolution: Why Famous People and Cultural Heroes Choose Homeopathy, is a scholarly researched and popularly written book that confirms that many of the most famous people and cultural heroes of the past 200 years used, appreciated, and/or advocated for homeopathy, including 11 American presidents, 7 popes, Charles Darwin, Mother Teresa, Tina Turner, and many many more. The Physician to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth wrote the foreword to this seminal work.
Dana Ullman co-authored America’s most popular homeopathic guidebook, Everybody’s Guide to Homeopathic Medicines (Jeremy Tarcher/Putnam, revised 2004), updated four times since its initial publication in 1984 (and published in eight languages).
He has authored five other homeopathic books, including:
- Essential Homeopathy (New World Library, 2002)
- Homeopathy A-Z (Hay House, 1999)
- Discovering Homeopathy: Medicine for the 21st Century (North Atlantic, 1991) (this book includes a foreword by Dr. R.W. Davey, Physician to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II).
- Homeopathic Medicines for Children and Infants (Jeremy Tarcher/Putnam, 1992)
Dana has also written a vitally important ebook on homeopathic research which is regularly updated and is one of the most comprehensive and up-to-date resources for descriptions of and references to the 200+ clinical studies on homeopathy. This ebook, entitled Evidence Based Homeopathic Family Medicine, is also FULL of practical clinical information on how to treat 100 of the most common ailments that homeopaths tend to treat. This ebook is of great value to both practitioners and patients!
Dana has also incorporated this ebook into an e-course called “Learning to Use a Homeopathic Medicine Kit,” which also incorporates short videos to create a practical and user-friendly way to learn to use homeopathic medicines.
Dana founded Homeopathic Educational Services, America’s largest publisher and distributor of homeopathic books, tapes, software, and medicine kits. For 10 years he served as formulator and spokesperson for a line of homeopathic medicine manufactured by Nature’s Way, one of America’s leading natural products companies.
Dana writes a regular column at the wildly popular website, www.Huffingtonpost.com. To read these articles, go HERE. Dana also publishes articles regularly at www.NaturalNews.com, and you can see his articles HERE! Dana graduated from the University of California at Berkeley as an undergraduate (1975) and from their School of Public Health. UC Berkeley’s alumni magazine published a detailed interview with him (one of the greatest honors in his life!), and that interview is here is the printed magazine’s article.
Dana Ullman co-taught a ten-week course on homeopathy at the University of California at San Francisco School of Medicine from 1993 to 1995 and again in 1998. He also has served or has been asked to serve as an advisory board member to alternative medicine institutes at Columbia and University of Alaska schools of medicine. Dr. Andrew Weil’s Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona asked Dana to develop their curriculum in homeopathy for their physician associate fellows.
Ullman lectures regularly at medical schools (UCSF, UC Davis, Stanford), and he has authored or co-authored chapters on homeopathy in medical textbooks, including:
- Homeopathic Medicine: Principles and Research, in Complementary and Alternative Veterinary Medicine: Principles and Practice, edited by Allen M. Schoen, DVM, and Susan G. Wynn, DVM, PhD, New York: Mosby, 1998.
- Homeopathy (co-authored with Michael Loes, MD), in Weiner’s Pain Management: A Practical Guide for Clinicians, edited by M. V. Boswell and B. E. Cole, 7th edition, New York: Taylor and Francis, 2006 (a leading textbook for physicians who specialize in pain management).
- Homeopathy for Primary and Adjunctive Cancer Therapy (co-authored with Menacham Oberbaum, MD, Iris Bell, MD, PhD, and Shepherd Roee Singer, MD), in Integrative Oncology, edited by Andrew Weil, MD and Donald Abrams, MD, published in March, 2009, by Oxford University Press.
Dana Ullman also authored two other leading books that are humorous and practical health guides:
- The One-Minute (or so) Healer: More Wisdom from the Sages, the Rosemarys, & the Times (North Atlantic, 2004), a practical, lighthearted health guide that provides instruction on treating common ailments with a variety of natural healing strategies (and published in ten languages!).
- The Steps to Healing: Wisdom from the Sages, the Rosemarys, & the Times (Hay House, 1999)
He has written over 200 published articles in a variety of respected publications, including Western Journal of Medicine, Social Policy, The Futurist, Utne Reader, California Living (the Sunday magazine to the S.F. Chronicle and S.F. Examiner), as well as numerous health care and homeopathic journals. Besides authoring many books and articles, Dana has served as publisher of 35 major texts in homeopathy by other authors.
Dana Ullman has been particularly effective in working with major institutions and getting them to change their attitudes and policies towards natural health care. He has organized successful conferences that were sponsored by the federal Department of Health & Human Services (“Holistic Health: Policies in Action,” May, 1980) and U.C. Berkeley (“Conceptualizing Energy Medicine,” March, 1981). He authored the San Francisco Foundation’s Health Report, which changed the funding priorities of this major philanthropic institution. He consulted on a research project sponsored by the California medical board that ultimately recommended many of his proposals. He has served as a consultant to the World Health Organization.
Since 1986, he has served as chairperson for the National Center for Homeopathy’s Annual Conference, America’s leading non-profit organization.
Dana Ullman has been the health book reviewer to the Utne Reader. He has served on the Advisory or Editorial boards of many popular magazine, including Natural Health, Let’s Live, Body and Soul, Martha Stewart’s Whole Living, and remedies, as well as peer-review journals such as The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. He received a doctoral degree in homeopathy (D.H.M.) from the British Institute of Homeopathy. Dana has received the C.C.H. (Certified in Classical Homeopathy).
STATEMENT ABOUT DANA ULLMAN, MPH, by DAVID ANICK, MD, PhD., Harvard School of Medicine:
“You are the Jon Stewart of homeopathy, the way you combine information (“gee I didn’t know that!”) with humor. And you avoid defensiveness, which is terrific.”
For people interested in some of Dana Ullman’s earliest writings, you can read his undergraduate thesis at U.C. Berkeley in 1975 on “Human Learning.” Honor students at UC Berkeley who wish to have an independent major (and who do not want to have a regular generic major) are required to write a thesis. This paper on “Human Learning” provides insights into Dana’s early synthetic and integrative thinking. The beginning of the article and its definition of “science” may be of special interest. Also, Dana creatively chose to use his own invented pronouns to replace the masculine emphasis of “he,” “him,” and “his,” with “che,” “chis,” and “cher.”