The 3rd Homeopathy Research Institute Conference was held at the Radisson Blu Resort in Malta from 9-11 June. The Conference offered homeopaths the chance to develop their understanding of the vital questions surrounding homeopathy: How does it work? What can it treat? Where is the evidence? Delegates enjoyed a fast-paced and diverse programme of talks, posters and social events spanning the entire weekend.
HRI Malta 2017 brought together the best researchers and most respected peers in the field from around the world, to present and enjoy a programme dedicated solely to high-quality scientific research. Amongst the highlights were Professor Michael Frass, who opened the conference talking about the influence of adjunctive classical homeopathy on global health status and subjective wellbeing in cancer patients, and the UK’s Dr Peter Fisher discussing multi morbidity and polypharmacy.
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Following the huge success of this year’s conference, HRI have announced that their 4th Research Conference will be held in London in June 2019!