A Guest Post by Dr. Saurav Arora (The Author)
There has been a gain in momentum in homoeopathic research in last few decades as evident from various research studies and publications but we as clinicians have a long way to pursue when it comes to research in Homeopathy, but majority of times, we are not very sure what, when and how to start it. The presentation is all about an overview of possibilities of integration of research and clinical Homoeopathy [click to tweet]. The presentation was delivered to a group of homeopaths……keeping in mind the scenario at clinics and limitation for conducting research.
We must promote research practices in homoeopathy by means of education, clear methodologies, sufficient funds, and interaction with other researchers.
About the Author: Dr. Saurav Arora
Dr. Saurav Arora received his BHMS from Dr. B. R. Sur Homoeopathic Medical College, Hospital and Research Centre, affiliated to Indraprastha University, New Delhi in year 2006 and was honoured with Gold medal for meritoriously securing first position in BHMS. Immediately after internship, he joined as In-House Physician in the same hospital and served in In-Patient Department for one year. He is Joint Secretary, Indian Institute of homoeopathic Physicians.
Dr. Saurav started his research career as Senior Research Fellow (SRF) in a project under Extra-Mural Research of Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy (CCRH) in 2008, and worked therein along with involvement with various other projects in collaboration with Institute of Nuclear Medicine and Allied Sciences , Defence Research and Development Organisation. In year 2011, he joined Dilli Homoepathic Anusandhan Parishad under Department of AYUSH. Since January 2012, he has been working as SRF in CCRH being involved in Fundamental and Collaborative studies. He founded www.audesapere.in 2011 as a part of his dream. He is also the Chief Editor of the monthly e-newsletter ‘Research Updates-Homeopathy’ (ISSN 2278-4500).
The presentation is republished here with his explicit permission. The Copyright is reserved with the author (Saurav Arora). All opinions are that of the author.
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