Homeopathy Research International (HRI) is a UK-based charity dedicated to promoting high quality research in homeopathy at an international level. It is committed to the evaluation of homeopathy using rigorous scientific methods and communicating the results of such work beyond usual academic circles. The website (https://www.hri-research.org/) offers a wealth of useful resources about homeopathy research, available in multiple languages. HRI has recently announced the availability of some new resources:

Research in Focus: Real world evidence for homeopathy in France

These articles bring highlights of homeopathy research in a brief, easy to understand style. They are mostly simple double-sided documents, presenting a plain language summary of a note-worthy scientific paper. Quarterly publication of these articles, paused for a while, has now resumed. Access previous articles: HRI Research in Focus.

The latest edition covers the recently critiqued EPI3 observational study which assessed the real-world impact of homeopathy in France. The take home message from this high quality study is that patients in France who consult a homeopathic GP for some of the most prevalent and burdensome conditions in general practice, cost 20% less, get better at the same rate, and use fewer drugs compared to patients consulting GPs prescribing conventional medicine only. This study is a significant piece of evidence, adding to that from other European countries, identifying the potential beneficial impact of homeopathy when used within an integrated healthcare model.

Reporting guidelines for research

The External Resources area of the HRI website has been expanded to include research Guidelines for writing manuscripts and improving study design and Assessment Tools to assess the quality of research studies, in addition to linking to external Research Organisations.

ECHAMP, 10 Dec 2021



Variety of Treatments

Today there are over eighty different complementary methods and alternative treatments. This also includes independent healing systems from different cultures and traditions. A common basis and unifying link throughout is holistic thinking.


For a Free and Healthy Europe

While the foundation for European legislation is under the control of the national states, together our states work to promote the free choice of therapy, choice of practitioner, and the option for self-care and self-help/improvement in both the public and private market.


Who We Are and What We Do

As a European umbrella organization, ANME works on behalf of the common interests of citizens, patients, therapists, and manufacturers in the field of remedies and natural healing methods. We build capacity and raise awareness about the scope and versatility of and for natural medicine.

Open Letter to the WHO-Regional Office for Europe in Copenhagen

Re: Very urgent request for an appointment

Dear Regional Director Dr. Kluge,

on the WHO-Europe website, when searching on the topic of Traditional Medicine (TM), there is NO single entry! – On the other hand, the new Global Center for T&CM in India refers to your website as "Naturopathy" and "Homeopathy". When I enter these search terms on the WHO-Europe website, no result is found. This is not acceptable...

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Health promotion and sustainability: the natural way out of the permanent state of emergency

Report from the SALUS Network event in the EU Parliament in Brussels

The international conference "Promoting health and sustainability: the natural way out of the permanent state of emergency" was held on 28 and 29 September at the European Parliament in Brussels. Thanks to the MEPs Rosa D'Amato and Manuela Ripa and the Greens / Efa group, it was possible to bring the theme of health promotion linked to environmental sustainability to an institutional place.

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