The controversial use of animals in homeopathy research has come to the fore in the past year and the Society's board of directors are giving members an opportunity to thoroughly debate the issue, before finalising the organisations policy in June 2016.
In autumn 2015 we launched a debate to provide members with background information from people from all sides of the topic regarding the use of data from animal research in the field of homeopathy.
Our current research policy does not condone or advocate the harming of animals used in research into homeopathic medicine. On very rare occasions where necessary, we currently reserve the right to use, discuss and disseminate animal based research in communications and general work in such a way that respects the sensitivity of our membership on this issue. Our policy is in line with European regulations which state that wherever possible, a scientifically satisfactory method of testing strategy not entailing the use of live animals shall be used.
The research policy undergoing consultation may be viewed here
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The 2015 winter and 2016 spring issue of the Homeopath featured background information and views about the use of data derived from animal testing
Click here to download the background article by Tina Burchill
Click here to download the article by Suse Moebius & Angelina Mosley
Click here to download the article by Delny Britton
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Take part in the live debate
Join the debate on all aspects of the topic at the Members' Day prior to the 2016 Annual General Meeting in Manchester on 19 March 2016.
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Other opportunities for debate will be explored and members are welcome to propose suggestions of their own.
We look forward to hearing your views