Homeopathy Empowers Patients: Making Cases Count Initiative Winners Announced

Patients of homeopaths experience great results. And a new initiative allows patients of homeopaths to confidentially report these positive results using a standardized form called MYMOP ((Measure Your Medical Outcome Profile). This is all part of Making Cases Count initiative.

The Making Cases Count initiative is run by a team of researchers led by Clare Renton.

Two graduates from The School of Homeopathy, UK, were recently awarded a prize from the Making Cases Count group for sending in results,

“The  first MCC Awards competition was judged by our team of experts chaired by Honorary Professor of Health Services Research, Professor Kate Thomas (University of Sheffield), Dr Clare Relton (University of Sheffield), Kate Chatfield (University of Central Lancashire) and Miranda Castro (Homeopath USA).”


Inaugural Research Conference in Barcelona Extremely Successful

The inaugural International Homeopathy Research Conference, hosted by The Homeopathy Research Institute (HRI) was held on May 31- June 2nd, 2013 in Barcelona Spain. At this landmark event, researchers, practitioners, students and those with an interest in homeopathy research, heard from world experts about their latest findings and cutting edge research.

An amazing number of studies were enthusiastically presented. The science and research behind homeopathy was shown to be obviously alive and well.

Interest in homeopathy research has grown dramatically over recent years, both within the homeopathic profession and externally. This reflects the ever-increasing emphasis being placed on evidence based medicine across all modalities and the crucial role rigorous research is now playing in the development of homeopathy.

Cutting Edge Research in Homeopathy is a rare event in the worldwide conference calendar. Usually homeopathy research sessions are embedded within events covering homeopathy as a whole, or form part of CAM-wide research events. The HRI is proud to be hosting a two and a half day event dedicated solely to homeopathy research, providing a forum for the sharing of ideas and the creation of international scientific collaborations.- From the web site

Check out more about this event.