Research policy revision

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As part of the boards commitment to transparency and accountability, the Society research policy has been changed to reflect popular membership opinion.

Change in policy follows a detailed consultation with members involving opportunities to discuss the use of animal research in homeopathy across various platforms. 

A series of articles were published in The Homeopath and members were invited to air their views both in print and on the Society's website. There was also a discussion session at the Members' Day in Manchester in March where members' thoroughly discussed the issue in small groups.

44% of the membership voted 3 to 1 against the Society using animal research in its work that might involve harm to animals. 

Mark Taylor Chief Executive said " The percentage of members voting was very high and the majority view was clear.  In the light of that we have a new Policy and new procedures within the organisation to make sure the Society never references research involving harm to animals in its marketing and lobbying'

To download the research policy click here 

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As part of the boards commitment to transparency and accountability, the Society research policy has been changed to reflect popular membership opinion.

Change in policy follows a detailed consultation with members involving opportunities to discuss the use of animal research in homeopathy across various platforms. 

A series of articles were published in The Homeopath and members were invited to air their views both in print and on the Society’s website. There was also a discussion session at the Members’ Day in Manchester in March where members’ thoroughly discussed the issue in small groups.

44% of the membership voted 3 to 1 against the Society using animal research in its work that might involve harm to animals. 

Mark Taylor Chief Executive said ” The percentage of members voting was very high and the majority view was clear.  In the light of that we have a new Policy and new procedures within the organisation to make sure the Society never references research involving harm to animals in its marketing and lobbying’

To download the research policy click here 

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