Reporting guidelines

Reporting guidelines are simple, structured tools designed to assist with writing manuscripts. They ensure studies can be easily understood, included in systematic reviews and replicated by other researchers. Some guidelines also recommend ways to improve future studies.

The following guidelines are available for researchers in the field of homeopathy:

Systematic reviews and meta-analyses in Homeopathy: Recommendations for summarising evidence from homeopathic intervention studies (Sum-HomIS recommendations)
Gaertner K, Ulbrich-Zürni S, Baumgartner S et al.
Complement Ther Med,
2023; 79:102999

Recommendations in the design and conduction of randomised controlled trials in human and veterinary homeopathic medicine
Gaertner K, von Ammon K, Fibert P et al.
Complement Ther Med,
2023; 76:102961

Recommendations for Designing, Conducting and Reporting Clinical Observational Studies in Homeopathic Veterinary Medicine
Weiermayer, P, Frass, M, Fibert, P et al.
2023; 112(04): 226-239

Case Reporting in Homeopathy—An Overview of Guidelines and Scientific Tool
Teut M, van Haselen RA, Rutten L et al.
2022; 111(01): 2-9.

Recommendations for Designing, Conducting and Reporting Observational Studies in Homeopathy
Teut M, Walach H, Varanasi R et al.
2020 Aug; 109(3):114-125.

Reporting data on homeopathic treatments (RedHot)et al.
Dean ME, Coulter MK, Fisher P et al.
J Altern Complement Med.
2007 Jan-Feb; 13(1):19-23.

Reporting experiments in homeopathic basic research (REHBaR) -a detailed guideline for authors
Stock-Schröer B, Albrecht H, Betti L et al.
2009 Oct; 98(4):287-298.


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