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HRI Online 2022: Key Collaborations in Homeopathy Research
June 25, 2022
AAHP proudly supports the Homeopathy Research Institute’s first virtual summit reporting on advances in high-quality scientific research on homeopathy from around the world. Attendees will hear from 12 keynote-level speakers from eight countries on four continents — all of whom have headlined at previous HRI conferences or other international conferences. (All presentations will be in English.)
To register or for more information about the event, visit www.HRI2022.org or email Events@HRI-Research.org. HRI is a UK-based charity dedicated to promoting high-quality research in homeopathy at an international level.
What You'll Learn:
- Developments on raising the quality of homeopathic research and communicating the progress.
- An evolution of homeopathic basic research models at the University of Bern.
- A collaboration between Israeli and Indian colleagues to conduct a randomized controlled trial.
- Overcoming barriers to homeopathy research.
- How practitioners can assist in data collection, which will improve their practice as well as demonstrate the value of homeopathy.
- Experiences from decades at the forefront of integrative oncology.
- Homeopathy research in Brazil; 25 years of progress.
- A brief introduction and overview of leading organizations conducting research on homeopathy.
Saturday, June 25, 2022
Early bird rate: £49 (Approx. $65 USD) until Sunday, March 27
AAHP members: To receive a 10% discount on the registration fee. Conact Info@AAHP.org for a members-only registration code.
Who Should Attend?
- Manufacturers, scientists, clinicians, educators, practitioners, and consumers.
- Those needing CPE/CPD credits (estimated learning time is 7 hours).
- Everyone wanting to submit questions to the leading international experts in homeopathic research.
MEET YOUR SPEAKER
Rachel Roberts, BSc(Hons), MCH, RSHom, FSHom, FFHom(Hon), is Chief Executive of the Homeopathy Research Institute (HRI), a UK-based charity dedicated to promoting high quality research in homeopathy at an international level. HRI is committed to accurate communication of the evidence base in homeopathy and promoting new essential research projects of the highest quality.
Rachel has a first class honours degree in Biological Sciences (Physiology) from the University of Birmingham. She graduated from the College of Homeopathy, London in 1997 and was in private clinical practice until 2012. Rachel lectured in both homeopathy and medical sciences at various colleges in the UK and overseas before moving into the field of homeopathy research. She held the post of Research Consultant for the Society of Homeopaths from 2008-2012 and was awarded an Honorary Fellowship in 2013 to acknowledge her contribution to Homeopathy. Rachel joined HRI part-time in 2010 and has worked for the Institute full-time since 2012. In 2018 Rachel was awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the Faculty of Homeopathy in recognition of her work in the field of homeopathic research.
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.