This is a very exciting time in the history of homeopathy as there is much research being done in various countries on all aspects of homeopathy, including clinical trials, observational studies, systematic reviews, in vitro laboratory and in vivo studies, veterinary trials and provings.
Following the resounding success of the major research conferences in Barcelona and Rome, The Homeopathy Research Institute will continue to run international events; details can be found on their website.
There is already a wealth of information available and we recommend going to the sites below which provide a huge amount of well-referenced research.
The Society of Homeopaths is the largest organisation registering homeopaths in the UK and in September 2014, the Society’s register was accredited by the Professional Standards Authority.
Founded in 1978 to forward the development of the profession, its aim is high quality homeopathic health care for all.
Founded in 1844, the Faculty of Homeopathy provides internationally recognised training pathways in homeopathy for vets, doctors, dentists, podiatrists and other statutorily regulated healthcare professionals.
Training courses are provided by our accredited teaching centres in the UK and overseas.
HRI is an innovative international charity created to address the need for high quality scientific research in homeopathy. The charity was founded by physicist, Dr Alexander Tournier, who previously worked as an independent researcher for Cancer Research UK, conducting interdisciplinary research at the boundaries between mathematics, physics and biology.
The HRI runs regular conferences and details can be found on the website.
The British Homeopathic Association is a registered charity founded in 1902. The principal objects of the charity are to promote and develop the study and practice of homeopathy and to advance education and research in the theory and practice of homeopathy provided that the useful results of such research shall be published.