The intended audience of this blog is health professionals, medical doctors, physicians, clinicians, scientists, patients and the general public. This blog serves the purpose of educating them about qualified health care by creating awareness of advances in Homeopathy and its principles, clinical applications and research in wide areas of medicine.
Improving global health through universal access to Homeopathy
1. Encouraging Universities to start medical degree education on Homeopathy: The teaching of advanced medical courses on Homeopathy by academicians in government-accredited universities helps them to maintain the highest educational standards. More universities will be encouraged to do the same.
2. Fostering good science in Homeopathy for better healthcare: By conducting quality research in Homeopathy, the scientists in research institutions have created new benchmarks in research standards. More scientists will be encouraged to do the same.
3. Right of freedom of choice of therapy for Patients: It is a fundamental right of the patient to have access to Homeopathy and for a medically qualified doctor to provide the same. A patient needs Homeopathic medicine as much as a fish needs water. People choose Homeopathy because they have seen it work when nothing else would. For this doctors need to be trained rigorously in Homeopathic system of medicine. FSH will strive and ensure that every penny spent by patients on health is utilised by advocating for the rights of patients including the right to be heard by medical doctors and the final decision regarding the type of medical intervention.
4. An informed choice about Homeopathy: Homeopathy is subjected to highest standards of research. Other systems of medicine should also be evaluated to the same standards. This will create a level-playing field and help everyone to make an informed choice about the various system of medicines.
5. Health Insurance for all: Homeopathy is covered by state and private medical Insurance companies by an act of Indian Parliament. Insurance cover for Homeopathy is around £70 per year in the United Kingdom. Those who do not reimburse for Homeopathic treatments will be encouraged to do so.
6. Encouraging pharmacists to sell homeopathic medicines: Science-based Pharmacy has every right to sell, promote and recommend homeopathic medicines and earn.
- Real is Homeopathy. Homeopathic Medicine for Everyone in need
If the medicine is evidence-based, it is not alternative but homeopathy.
1 Jan 2012: Birth of Science-based Homeopathy: Principles Explained, FAQ Answered, Status & Growth mentioned
March 2012: Database of Research in Homeopathy
May 2012: Homeopathy spread its wings on WordPress
June 2012: Hit UK Poll: Record 4536 votes polled in a single day
June 2012: How do super-Avogadro dilutions in Homeopathy work?
Aug 2012: Ask for Evidence
Aug 2012: Guest Blog Series
Oct 2012: Foray into AgroHomeopathy
Oct 2012: Science-based Pharmacy
Jan 2013: Database of Lives saved by Homeopathy in Epidemics and Pandemics
July 2013: Database of Books on Homeopathy
Oct 2013: HONcode Accreditation of Science-based Homeopathy
March 2014: Live Broadcast of Homeopathy News
June 2014: Friends of Science in Homeopathy Campaign
April 2016: Science-based Homeopathy NewsLetter launched
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