Society launches research round-up to help members make case for homeopathy

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    [post_content] => Ten studies affirming the potential benefits of homeopathy for a range of health problems, including some chronic conditions, have been brought together by the Society of Homeopaths as a resource for members and researchers.

The papers, drawn from UK and international sources, highlight research into the efficacy of homeopathy for illnesses such as diabetes, some allergies, and in helping to alleviate self-reported depression.

The round-up includes:
  • A 2005 Swiss-German study into the impact of homeopathy on chronic ailments such as allergic rhinitis and some allergic skin conditions. It found that the severity of symptoms “decreased significantly” in the first two years.
  • A study into the effectiveness, appropriateness, safety and costs of homeopathy in healthcare, commissioned by the Swiss government and published in 2011. It led to homeopathy being put on the list of products approved for use under the Swiss national health insurance scheme.
  • Findings of a randomised controlled trial with GP patients in South Yorkshire in 2017 which indicated that patients with self-reported depression found homeopathy ‘effective and acceptable’.
  • Research in Hong Kong in 2017 with a group of 27 patients which indicated that homeopathy, in combination with conventional treatment, could play a role in blood sugar control in people with Type 2 diabetes
The resources have been packaged together for Society members under the My Voice programme. Launched in October 2017, it provides materials for members to use in marketing and publicity for their practices and to help them make the wider case for homeopathy in other spheres. The ten research summaries with links to the full papers are available as a downloadable PDF for members only at My Voice Research Studies (log-in required). [post_title] => Society launches research round-up to help members make case for homeopathy [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => society-launches-research-round-up-to-help-members-make-case-for-homeopathy [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2017-11-24 13:32:04 [post_modified_gmt] => 2017-11-24 13:32:04 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://homeopathy-soh.org/?p=13115 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw )

Ten studies affirming the potential benefits of homeopathy for a range of health problems, including some chronic conditions, have been brought together by the Society of Homeopaths as a resource for members and researchers.

The papers, drawn from UK and international sources, highlight research into the efficacy of homeopathy for illnesses such as diabetes, some allergies, and in helping to alleviate self-reported depression.

The round-up includes:

  • A 2005 Swiss-German study into the impact of homeopathy on chronic ailments such as allergic rhinitis and some allergic skin conditions. It found that the severity of symptoms “decreased significantly” in the first two years.
  • A study into the effectiveness, appropriateness, safety and costs of homeopathy in healthcare, commissioned by the Swiss government and published in 2011. It led to homeopathy being put on the list of products approved for use under the Swiss national health insurance scheme.
  • Findings of a randomised controlled trial with GP patients in South Yorkshire in 2017 which indicated that patients with self-reported depression found homeopathy ‘effective and acceptable’.
  • Research in Hong Kong in 2017 with a group of 27 patients which indicated that homeopathy, in combination with conventional treatment, could play a role in blood sugar control in people with Type 2 diabetes

The resources have been packaged together for Society members under the My Voice programme. Launched in October 2017, it provides materials for members to use in marketing and publicity for their practices and to help them make the wider case for homeopathy in other spheres.

The ten research summaries with links to the full papers are available as a downloadable PDF for members only at My Voice Research Studies (log-in required).

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