George Vithoulkas is today an Honorary Professor of the Moscow Medical Academy (Academy of Medical Sciences) , Professor in the Kiev Medical Academy and Collaborating Professor in Basque Medical University (2001-2004) .
In 1996, he was honored with the Right Livelihood Award (also known as Alternative Nobel Prize, http://www.rightlivelihood.org) “…for his outstanding contribution to the revival of homeopathic knowledge and the training of homeopaths to the highest standards” . United Nations (Development Forum) consider this award “Among the world’s most prestigious awards”, while TIME Magazine called Jacob Uexkull, the award’s inspirator, as one of the 37 “heroes” of 2005 . In 2000, George Vithoulkas was honored with the Gold Medal of the Hungarian Republic, from the country’s President, Arpad Goncz, for his work in the homeopathic medicine .
In 1995, he established International Academy of Classical Homeopathy in Alonissos, in which he is the director. In this Academy, George Vithoulkas gives the gist of 40 years of his experience and his recent ideas of levels of health. In his teachings, he gives details that will help the doctor to determine the state of health of each individual patient and also the possibility to be estimated whether a case is curable with homeopathy and the amount of time and remedies that will be needed to accomplish a cure.
Every year, during the summer months, groups of doctors from various countries are being trained there, from Germany, Italy, Sweden, Norway, United Kingdom, Russia, U.S.A., Canada, Austria, Japan, India, Mexico, Brazil and of course Greek doctors.
The University of the Aegean (www.syros.aegean.gr) has started since three years, in co-operation with International Academy of Classical Homeopathy, a program for continuous education for medical doctors, dentists, veterinarians and pharmacists in homeopathy.