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News & Media

Find the latest news about homeopathy research and the work of HRI. From announcements of new scientific publications, to updates on fundraising events, you will find it all here.

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Health Foundation’s Improvement Science Fellowship programme – application deadline 1 July 2014

This senior post-doctoral Fellowship offers three years’ funding to lead original, applied research dedicated to improving healthcare in the UK and...
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British Heart Foundation Project Grant

For short-term research projects lasting up to three years and costing less than £300,000. Principal investigator will usually be a post-doctoral r...
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National Institute of Health Research (NIHR)

Funding opportunities are available for projects within the following programmes: Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation (EME), Public Health Research (...
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Report from XXVII meeting of GIRI, Bern, September 2013

The annual Symposium of the Groupe International de Recherche sur l’Infinitésimal (International Research Group on Very Low Dose and High Dilution ...
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Barcelona 2013: Abstracts now available!

The Homeopathy Research Institute’s 1st International Research Conference, ‘Cutting Edge Research in Homeopathy’, took place in Barcelona in May-Ju...
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HRI House of Commons Reception press kit

HRI launches £2 million fundraising appeal at Westminster....
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1st HRI Research Conference, Barcelona 2013 press kit

Barcelona conference to unveil new evidence for homeopathy....
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Barcelona conference to unveil new evidence for homeopathy

HRI Barcelona conference to unveil new evidence for homeopathy...
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HRI response to seriously flawed safety study published

In November 2012, the article ‘Adverse effects of homeopathy: a systematic review of published case reports and case series’, co-author...
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Randomised controlled trials of homeopathy in humans: characterising the research journal literature for systematic review

HRI Scientific Advisory Committee member, Dr Robert Mathie, has carried outa programme of new systematic reviews of randomised controlled trials (R...
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