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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’.
The main questions about homeopathy – answers now in Portuguese and Russian too
Homeopathy Research Institute has strengthened its offering by now making available the answers to the most commonly asked questions about homeopathy in Portuguese, Russian, Simplified and Traditional Chinese as well as English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
Homeopathy: new information sources for patients in Europe
A new website is a hub for a dynamic social media presence with information on homeopathy in six languages for patients in Europe.
File PDFECHAMP 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.
‘Cutting Edge Research in Homeopathy’ - conference microsite
Visit a new microsite from Homeopathy Research Institute for resources of the 3rd International Research Conference, that took place in Malta in June 2017. The next conference will take place in London in early-mid June 2019.
Advocacy tool kit
A selection of materials for use when attending a meeting on behalf of ECHAMP – whether with politicians, policy makers or opinion formers, health stakeholders or potential new members. Select the materials you need according to the requirements of the meeting.
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
The homeopathy debate
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.
File PDFECHAMP 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.
New review: Benefits and risks of subcutaneous injections
A narrative literature review by Eric Baars, newly published in European Journal of Integrative Medicine, explores the benefit/risk balance of using subcutaneous injections.
Injectables
Injectables as used in homeopathic and anthroposophic medicinal products
11th Australian Homœopathic Medicine Conference - Sydney 2018 from 20 Oct 2018 12:00 AM to 21 Oct 2018 11:59 PM Sydney, Australia,
Faculty of Homeopathy Congress 2018 – “Homeopathy – connecting our global community” from 11 Oct 2018 12:00 AM to 14 Oct 2018 11:59 PM Liverpool, United Kingdom,
LMHI Congress 2018 - Contributing to Sustainable Healthcare from 05 Sep 2018 12:00 AM to 08 Sep 2018 11:59 PM Cape Town, South Africa,
Contributing to Sustainable Healthcare
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.
Health made in Germany: Directory on herbal, homeopathic & anthroposophic medicines
In a new export initiative for the German healthcare industry, a new directory profiles German companies specialising in herbal, homeopathic and anthroposophic medicines.
EMA consultation on non-clinical documentation for licensing of herbal medicines
EMA published the revised guideline for non-clinical documentation in applications for marketing authorisation or registration of well-established and traditional herbal medicinal products.
July & August 2017
ECH meeting, HMPWG consultation, Australian campaign update
ECHAMP Public Affairs Consultant
Christine Marking, ECHAMP Public Affairs Consultant
ECHAMP PR and Communications Consultant
Karen Chapman, ECHAMP PR and Communications Consultant
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Office Manager
Amandine Oset, office manager
Christiaan Mol
Christiaan Mol, General Secretary