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4th HRI conference, London 2019

HRI confirms the dates for its next International Homeopathy Research Conference and publishes presentations from Malta 2017.

Slovenia: new law on CAM

A new draft law will extend the regulation of the practice of complementary medicine in Slovenia.

Consolidated list of justified stocks

HMPWG has published a consolidated list of stocks for which homeopathic use is justified, incorporating into a single document the 5 lists published over the last four to five years.

4th HRI conference, London 2019 Jun 14, 2019 to Jun 16, 2019 London, UK,

The 4th HRI International Homeopathy Research Conference will be held in London from 14-16 June 2019, bringing the very latest developments in homeopathy research and celebrating the tenth anniversary of HRI.

December 2017

PAME meeting, EUROCAM meeting, Regulatory Environment

ECHAMP response

to the draft guideline on non-clinical documentation in applications for marketing authorisation/registration of well-established and traditional herbal medicinal products - Revision 1 (EMEA/HMPC/32116/2005 Rev.1)

October 2017

Regulatory environment, Australian report, HRI FAQs

2015

"We count on your support for a healthy regulatory governance for this sector that takes its specific characteristics into due account."

2016

Policy makers should pay close attention to the rapidly evolving field of scientific research in homeopathy and anthroposophic medicine.

HMPWG: guidance on microbial limits

New HMPWG guidance on microbial limits in the different stages of manufacture of homeopathic medicinal products allows for some small steps towards harmonisation.

MEPs discuss complementary and alternative therapies

MEPs Mr Alojz Peterle and Ms Soledad Cabezon Ruiz co-chaired a workshop on 16 October for the European Parliament’s ENVI Committee to discuss ‘Complementary and alternative therapies for patients today and tomorrow’.

ECHAMP response

to the HMPWG public consultation "3rd List of First Safe Dilutions (FSD)"

New database portal for complementary medicine

A new database portal for complementary medicine, naturopathy and homeopathy from Carstens Foundation gives free access to the largest data collection in this field in Europe, providing a complete record of scientific literature, registered studies, experiments and case histories.

Following the debate: homeopathy and anthroposophic medicine

Discussion in the media about homeopathy has been widespread and varied in recent months; in most cases strong attacks on homeopathy appear to base themselves on unreliable reports and studies supporting a critical view on homeopathy, rather than investigating in a scientific way the emerging and most up-to-date scientific debate around this topic.

September 2017

HMPWG consultation, ECHAMP response to EASAC statement

ECHAMP responds to EASAC statement ‘Homeopathic products and practices’

EASAC’s statement seeks to provide a scientific basis for policy making for homeopathic medicinal products in the EU; yet its assessment is based on incomplete knowledge of the current EU regulatory system for these products. Its review of the evidence for homeopathy depends on unreliable reports and studies and contains only second hand scientific analysis.

ECHAMP response: EASAC Statement on Homeopathic Products and Practices

EASAC’s statement seeks to provide a scientific basis for policy making for homeopathic medicinal products in the EU; yet its assessment is based on incomplete knowledge of the current EU regulatory system for these products. Its review of the evidence for homeopathy depends on unreliable reports and studies and contains only second-hand scientific analysis.

ECHAMP response: EASAC Statement on Homeopathic Products and Practices

EASAC’s statement seeks to provide a scientific basis for policy making for homeopathic medicinal products in the EU; yet its assessment is based on incomplete knowledge of the current EU regulatory system for these products. Its review of the evidence for homeopathy depends on unreliable reports and studies and contains only second hand scientific analysis.

Media reports on death of child in Italy treated with homeopathy

There has been significant media coverage over the last few days of the death of a seven year old boy in Italy. The media reports that he died of encephalitis (inflammation of the brain) as a result of a serious ear infection treated only with homeopathy.