4th HRI International
Homeopathy Research Conference
Cutting Edge Research
in Homeopathy
14-16 June 2019


Keynote Presentation Topics Announced

The HRI peer review panel has now concluded its assessment of the 130 abstracts submitted for London 2019. Whilst the Conference team are busy selecting those of highest quality to create the full programme, we are pleased to announce the topics chosen by three of our six illustrious keynote speakers:
Prof Vladimir Voeikov
Senior Lecturer
Lomonosov Moscow State University
 Dr Clare Relton
 Senior Lecturer
 Queen Mary University, London
  Dr Michael Teut
  Medicine Researcher
  Charité Universitätsmedizin, Berlin
Prof Vladimir Voeikov
Disperse and dissipative nature of aqueous systems – a possible foundation of homeopathy?
Acclaimed Russian speaker, Prof Vladimir Voeikov, presents the results of research suggesting that ultra-high dilutions (UHDs) differ from pure solvent, so are not ‘just water’; they contain structures termed ‘nanoassociates’ suggesting a scientific basis for homeopathy.
Dr Clare Relton 
Do Randomised Controlled Trials prove homeopathy works? 
After 20 years of experience in clinical research, Dr Relton will offer an insightful talk on Randomised Controlled Trials. She will introduce the “Trials within Cohorts” (TwiCs) approach and discuss how this novel way of conducting clinical trials has the potential to provide further answers regarding real world effectiveness of homeopathy.
Dr Michael Teut

Rethinking homeopathic research methodology: Comparative effectiveness research matters
Dr Michael Teut, Head of the Outpatient Department for Integrative Medicine, Charité Berlin, will explain the advantages of Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER). CER methods have been developed in the last decade to measure the extent to which an intervention does what it is intended to do when deployed under real life clinical conditions, providing valuable answers for patients, physicians and healthcare providers alike.
What to Expect
HRI conferences are widely regarded as the leading event in the homeopathic research calendar, and London 2019 will be our biggest yet, with an estimated 300 delegates. The academic programme will span 2.5 days, including over 30 oral presentations and exhibition of ~30 posters. As we will also be celebrating HRI’s 10th anniversary, the social programme includes a once-in-a-lifetime Gala Dinner at the world-famous Tower of London!
Book now for best travel and accommodation deals
One of the major advantages of hosting our 4th conference in London is the wealth of transport and accommodation options available to all attendees. There are six nearby airports and an excellent rail service, making it that bit easier for you to join us this summer.
We invite you to join us for a packed academic and social programme, hosted at the Tower Hotel on the river Thames, providing unbeatable views of Tower Bridge and the City. Be there.

Celebrating 10 Years of HRI

HRI 10 Years
HRI is hosting a gala in the historic Tower of London to raise the funds needed for us to continue our work in advancing the field of homeopathic research. The gala is open to everyone, not just Conference delegates.
The Tower Gala is strictly limited to 240 guests. Although this is a fundraising event, 190 tickets are available at a subsidised rate for Conference delegates only so please book early to avoid disappointment. 
Further keynote details will be made very soon, and we look forward to announcing the full conference programme within the next few weeks. In the meantime, visit  www.HRILondon2019.org for more information and
HRI London 2019 Title SponsorDeutsche Homöopathie-Union 
HRI London 2019 Title Sponsor
to book your place. 

Best wishes,

Rachel Roberts & Alexander Tournier
HRI Conference Team
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