HRI conference celebrates homeopathy around the world

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    [post_content] => A range of research highlighting the impact of homeopathy across the world was on display at the Homeopathy Research Institute's 4th International Research Conference.

The event, held in London (June 14-16), saw work from researchers in 27 countries with keynote speakers from Sweden, the UK, Russia, Brazil and Germany. Presentations from other South American countries and India, areas where homeopathy is particularly embraced, highlighted the high quantity and quality of research now emerging from those regions.

Other highlights included a speech by Frederic Schroyens, editor of the widely-used Synthesis repertory and RADAR repertory software, from Belgium, and a gala dinner which also celebrated HRI's ten years at the leading edge of homeopathy research.

More than 350 people attended including 20 Society members, board directors Suse Moebius and Alexandre Winkler and members of the Society research committee  Susan O’Shea and Bev Nickolls, and New Homeopath editors Sarah Lane and Julia Lockwood.

Suse Moebius said: "The Society’s Research Committee is grateful to HRI for their educational grants programme, sponsored by the Manchester Homoeopathic Clinic, for making it possible for so many members to attend."

Details of speakers and studies featured at the conference can be found here.

A full report on some of the key presentations will be published on the Society website later this month.

 
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A range of research highlighting the impact of homeopathy across the world was on display at the Homeopathy Research Institute’s 4th International Research Conference.

The event, held in London (June 14-16), saw work from researchers in 27 countries with keynote speakers from Sweden, the UK, Russia, Brazil and Germany. Presentations from other South American countries and India, areas where homeopathy is particularly embraced, highlighted the high quantity and quality of research now emerging from those regions.

Other highlights included a speech by Frederic Schroyens, editor of the widely-used Synthesis repertory and RADAR repertory software, from Belgium, and a gala dinner which also celebrated HRI’s ten years at the leading edge of homeopathy research.

More than 350 people attended including 20 Society members, board directors Suse Moebius and Alexandre Winkler and members of the Society research committee  Susan O’Shea and Bev Nickolls, and New Homeopath editors Sarah Lane and Julia Lockwood.

Suse Moebius said: “The Society’s Research Committee is grateful to HRI for their educational grants programme, sponsored by the Manchester Homoeopathic Clinic, for making it possible for so many members to attend.”

Details of speakers and studies featured at the conference can be found here.

A full report on some of the key presentations will be published on the Society website later this month.

 

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