Worldwide influence of homeopathy is focus of new MyVoice materials

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    [post_content] => Facts and figures about the international popularity of homeopathy have been made available to members for use in their advocacy work and marketing materials.

The information - which is published on the My Voice section of the Society’s website - highlights the worldwide influence of homeopathy which is now practised in more than 80 countries and endorsed by a number of governments, including in publicly-funded healthcare systems.

The data also reveals that the use of homeopathic medicines is forecast to spread even wider. According to Market Research Future, the homeopathic products market is likely to grow by 14.6% from 2017-2023.

In Germany – the birthplace of homeopathy - all medical school curricula must include information about natural medicines and around 63% of GPs offer some sort of complementary healthcare to their patients. A 2008 study found that almost 12 per cent of adults used homeopathy.

In France, deemed to have the best healthcare in the world by the World Health Organisation (WHO), 95% of French paediatricians, dermatologists and general practitioners use homeopathic medicines.

Homeopathy is now covered by mandatory health insurance in Switzerland where it is the most extensively-used form of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) and it is reckoned just over 16% of the total Italian population use homeopathy.

While Europe captures the largest share of the global market, the Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa are growing regions.

The information is available as a downloadable PDF on MyVoice and members can cut and paste key facts and figures into their own materials.

 
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Facts and figures about the international popularity of homeopathy have been made available to members for use in their advocacy work and marketing materials.

The information – which is published on the My Voice section of the Society’s website – highlights the worldwide influence of homeopathy which is now practised in more than 80 countries and endorsed by a number of governments, including in publicly-funded healthcare systems.

The data also reveals that the use of homeopathic medicines is forecast to spread even wider. According to Market Research Future, the homeopathic products market is likely to grow by 14.6% from 2017-2023.

In Germany – the birthplace of homeopathy – all medical school curricula must include information about natural medicines and around 63% of GPs offer some sort of complementary healthcare to their patients. A 2008 study found that almost 12 per cent of adults used homeopathy.

In France, deemed to have the best healthcare in the world by the World Health Organisation (WHO), 95% of French paediatricians, dermatologists and general practitioners use homeopathic medicines.

Homeopathy is now covered by mandatory health insurance in Switzerland where it is the most extensively-used form of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) and it is reckoned just over 16% of the total Italian population use homeopathy.

While Europe captures the largest share of the global market, the Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa are growing regions.

The information is available as a downloadable PDF on MyVoice and members can cut and paste key facts and figures into their own materials.

 

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