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External publications

Delve into a curated selection of external publications on homeopathy research, from film clips to peer reviewed journal articles

Films

With an overwhelming number of films now available online, HRI provides this small selection that we believe are well worth the viewing time.

HRI London 2019 | Cutting Edge Research in Homeopathy

Highlights from our 4th International Homeopathy Research Conference in London. Conference report and filmed presentations coming soon!

Research showing clinical benefits of homeopathy when prescribed by doctors

Rachel Roberts discusses the role homeopathy has to play in integrated healthcare, how it can reduce antibiotic use, and the research which demonstrates clinical benefits of homeopathy when prescribed by doctors.

HRI Malta 2017 | Scientists from 19 countries share their latest research findings

Keep being told that there is no evidence for homeopathy? Hear from Prof Michael Frass (University of Vienna, Austria), Dr Emma Macías-Cortés (Juarez of Mexico Hospital, Mexico), Dr Stephan Baumgartner (University of Witten-Herdecke, Germany) and more.

 

Rachel Roberts, HRI Chief Executive: Malta 2017 presentation

Full conference presentation: “The Australian report – an in-depth analysis of the highly influential 2015 overview report on homeopathy”.

For more detailed information about the Report and HRI’s role in a submission of complaint to the Commonwealth Ombudsman click here.

Rachel Roberts, Chief Executive, HRI

Brief analysis of bias and misreporting in the highly influential “Australian Report”.

For more detailed information about the Report and HRI’s role in a submission of complaint to the Commonwealth Ombudsman click here.

Dr Peter Fisher, RLHIM, UK

Dr Peter Fisher, director of research at the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine, UK, describes the potential role of homeopathy in tackling multimorbidity, polypharmacy and resistance to antibiotics.

Prof Giovanni Dinelli, University of Bologna, Italy

Investigating use of homeopathic medicines in agriculture. Dinelli explains why he switched careers from developing herbicides to working with ‘agrohomeopathy‘, plus the challenges faced by scientists wanting to conduct rigorous research into homeopathy.