Society’s research officer speaks at international conference on alternative medicine

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    [post_content] => Dr Alison Fixsen, research officer for the Society of Homeopaths, gave a keynote speech on homeopathy in the age of antibiotic resistance at a major international conference this month (March).

The 9th edition of the International Conference on Alternative Medicine, held at the Park Inn by Radisson Hotel, London, brought together experts in traditional and alternative medicine and clinical pharmacology from around the world.

In her speech, Dr Fixsen, senior lecturer in the faculty of science and technology at the University of Westminster, emphasised the importance of finding alternatives to antimicrobial medicines - which work by halting the growth of bacteria or other microorganisms - and role of homeopathy in dealing with upper respiratory tract infections.

Her paper, Homeopathy in the Age of Antimicrobial Resistance: is it a viable treatment for upper respiratory tract infections?,  will appear in the April 2018 edition of the Journal of Homeopathy.

 
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Dr Alison Fixsen, research officer for the Society of Homeopaths, gave a keynote speech on homeopathy in the age of antibiotic resistance at a major international conference this month (March).

The 9th edition of the International Conference on Alternative Medicine, held at the Park Inn by Radisson Hotel, London, brought together experts in traditional and alternative medicine and clinical pharmacology from around the world.

In her speech, Dr Fixsen, senior lecturer in the faculty of science and technology at the University of Westminster, emphasised the importance of finding alternatives to antimicrobial medicines – which work by halting the growth of bacteria or other microorganisms – and role of homeopathy in dealing with upper respiratory tract infections.

Her paper, Homeopathy in the Age of Antimicrobial Resistance: is it a viable treatment for upper respiratory tract infections?,  will appear in the April 2018 edition of the Journal of Homeopathy.

 

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