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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

Peer reviewed journal articles

Peer reviewed journals are considered the most reliable source of scientific information. These articles have been selected by the HRI team as being of continued interest to all those interested in homeopathy research.

What about the evidence base for homeopathy?

Letter from Peter Fisher and 47 authors, including HRI Chairman Alexander Tournier, published in the British Medical Journal.
BMJ. 2011 Oct 18;343
AbstractFull text

Clinical researcher with no links to homeopathy speaks out

Homeopathy: Meta-Analyses of Pooled Clinical Data Open Access

Robert G. Hahn
Forsch Komplementmed 2013;20(5):376-81
Abstract | Full text

Is there evidence for homeopathy or not? Why experts have opposing views

Plausibility and evidence: the case of homeopathy

Rutten L, Mathie RT, Fisher P, Goossens M, van Wassenhoven M
Med Health Care Philos. 2013, 16(3): 525-32
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Repetitions of fundamental research models for homeopathically prepared dilutions beyond 10-23: a bibliometric study

Endler PC, Thieves K, Reich C, Matthiessen P, Bonamin L, Scherr C,
Baumgartner S
Homeopathy, 2010; 99: 25-36
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Homeopathy: Untangling the debate

Relton C, O’Cathain A, Thomas KJ
Homeopathy, 2008;97(3):152-5