Issue 36 Spring 2018
HRI-funded research published
Key steps towards finding mode of action
Dr Steven Cartwright’s latest publication has shown that polar dyes can detect the presence of homeopathic preparations, demonstrating that they are not ‘just water’.
Part 1 of a systematic review of physicochemical research in homeopathy, co-authored by Dr Alexander Tournier, has identified a significant increase in both volume and quality of research in this field in recent years. Part 2, due to be published later this year, presents findings aimed at informing future research.

HRI strengthens links with India

Chief Executive meets with Government officials

On a two week visit organised by the Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy (Ministry of AYUSH), Rachel Roberts had the privilege of meeting with Government officials, researchers and other stakeholders to gain a thorough understanding of the thriving homeopathy sector in India. During a series of conferences and meetings in Nasik, Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Kerala, Rachel offered insights into the NHMRC campaign and discussed a global strategy for securing the future of homeopathy. More

NHMRC Latest

Pressure builds on Australia over NHMRC study

As the Australian Report continues to be quoted in the media and scientific circles, pressure is building for NHMRC to justify their actions in producing this inaccurate report.

The complaint filed with the Commonwealth Ombudsman in 2016 was assessed to be of sufficient merit to warrant a full investigation into NHMRC’s conduct. Over the 19 months since submission, the process has involved ongoing input from both parties as NHMRC answers charges of bias, conflict of interest and scientific misconduct.

Meanwhile the Your Health Your Choice (YHYC) PR Campaign which raises public awareness of this important issue has achieved nearly 80,000 sign-ups.

Homeopathy Awareness Week

HRI taking part in ‘Just One Drop’ Q&A sessions

HRI Executive Director, Dr Alexander Tournier, and Chief Executive, Rachel Roberts, are pleased to be panelists in the live Q+A sessions which follow live screenings of Just One Drop held this week. More

CEO awarded Honorary Fellowship

Faculty of Homeopathy awards highest honour

HRI is delighted with the news that Rachel Roberts was awarded an Honorary Fellowship of the Faculty of Homeopathy, ratified at the Faculty’s AGM on 15 March.

Rachel expressed her gratitude to all those involved in granting this prestigious award, saying,”the Honorary Fellowship is truly a great honour and I will use the FFHom(Hon) letters with pride”.

HRI News

HRI London 2019 – Save the date!

The 4th HRI international research conference will take place on 14-19 June 2019 at the Tower Hotel, London, with social events including an informal dinner cruise on the River Thames and black tie Gala Dinner. Planning is now in full swing and we look forward to sharing more information soon.

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Dr Steven Cartwright

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