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  • Here you will find an archive of the research e-bulletins prepared by the Research Committee for members, as well as additional resources that may help you with research activities. Archive of read more...

  • For homeopaths interested in performing research projects with other homeopaths or in accessing other homeopaths to collect data, the Society has a designated process in place which is designed read more...

  • As a member organisation, we do not have the resources to fund research  but here you will find possible avenues to obtain funding for your research training or research projects. Getting funding read more...

  • Conducting research is a specialist skill and training, collaboration and guidance are usually essential, but if you have an idea and have researched what has already been done in that area  it read more...

  • An understanding of research methods will be needed before you can carry out most types of research project. However, one practical way to start getting involved is to systematically collect and read more...

  • Homeopathy is arguably as effective for animals as it is for humans. A substantial number of vets in the UK have studied and use homeopathy, and like homeopaths, veterinary surgeons can choose to read more...

  • Basic homeopathy research has demonstrated that ultrahigh dilutions such as homeopathic medicines are able to cause biological effects that can be seen clearly under experimental conditions1. read more...

  • The process by which new homeopathic remedies are discovered is referred to as a homeopathic proving. Provings are performed on healthy individuals known as provers, who take a newly prepared read more...

  • For a wide range of accessible and digestible resources on research-related issues in homeopathy visit The Homeopathy Research Institute website

  • For a wide range of accessible and digestible resources on research-related issues in homeopathy visit The British Homeopathic Association website.