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External resources

The following links will take you to other organisations who provide information about homeopathy research.

British Homeopathic Association 
A charity which promotes the practise of homeopathy by doctors and other registered healthcare professionals.

Faculty of Homeopathy
 A registering organisation which ensures the highest standards of training and practise of homeopathy by doctors and other registered healthcare professionals.

Groupe International de Recherche sur I’Infinitesimal (GIRI)
 The International Group on Very Low Dose and High Dilutions brings together pharmacologists, physicians, biologists, chemists, physicists and other professionals to share experiences and develop collaborations in high dilution project areas, including homeopathy.

Research Council for Complementary Medicine The RCCM is a UK Registered Charity founded in 1983 to develop and promote good quality research into complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) and enhance evidence based medicine in this area. The RCCM is unique in its focus on developing research into CAM.

Society of Homeopaths The second largest organisation registering professional homeopaths in Europe. The society ensures the highest standards in training and practise of homeopathy by professional homeopaths. 

International Council for Homeopathy 
Created at the end of 2007 to represent professional homeopaths and to promote homeopathic treatment for patients around the World. The Council currently has a membership of 30 professional associations in 28 countries. ICH aims to promote further appropriate research into homeopathy so that new knowledge will overcome the proclaimed basis of the sceptic attacks.

HomResearch This Interdisciplinary Homeopathic Research Group, based in Vienna, Austria, aims to develop explanation models for the homeopathic mode of action within an interdisciplinary, academic and science-oriented cooperations.

International Society for Complementary Medicine ResearchInternational scientific organisation of researchers, practitioners and policy makers that fosters Complementary and Integrative Medicine research and provides a platform for knowledge and information exchange to enhance international communication and collaboration. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine is ISCMR’s official journal.

The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine
 US Federal Government’s lead agency for scientific research on complementary and alternative medicine. NNCAM aims to explore CAM in the context of rigorous science, train CAM researchers and disseminate authoritative information to the public and professionals.


Société Savante d’Homéopathie

SSH is a French association, whose aim it is to promote the medical practice of homeopathy. It promotes research in the scientific, medical, sociological and economic fields to enable the uptake of homeopathy and promote its insertion in the medical system.

The Applied Research in Homeopathy Foundation of Canada 
A non-profit organisation established to conduct research in the science of homeopathy. The Foundation will soon be launching its permanent building in Ontario where there will be a dedicated laboratory, reading library, seminar room, public clinics and ongoing professional training workshops.


The Aurum Project
  A  charitable organisation set up to promote and develop homeopathic research into childhood health and behavioural problems.

WissHom The Scientific Society for Homeopathy (Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft für Homöopathie – WissHom) was founded in November 2010 in Köthen (Anhalt) in Germany to further develop homeopathy both practically and theoretically.

The Complementary and Alternative Medicine Library and Information Service holds the largest collection of complementary health books and journals of any UK non-copyright library. The library, housed at the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine in central London, is open to all for reference and to members as a borrowing library.





Initiative to Promote Research in Homeopathy (IPRH) aims to promote the best practices in homeopathy research, to make such practices accessible to everyone, and to promote homeopathy as plausible science.

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