Archive for December, 2014

Priority Areas for Research in Homeopathy – V 1.2


In May 2014, IPRH published the first version (1.1) of Priority Areas for Research in Homeopathy (PARH) whose development was guided by common questions people usually ask, “where and what to start researching in homeopathy”. This document received many comments and criticism, and the same have been considered for version 1.2. Few changes have been made along with updates. However, the basic framework of PARH V 1.1 is kept intact.

Objectives: The PARH has been developed to:-

Identify homeopathic research priorities considering experiences and critical gaps that can be adapted by clinicians, academicians, researchers/research institutions, local health authorities and funding agencies.

The document may be downloaded here.


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Research Sensitization Workshop – E Souvenir

A research sensitization workshop was organized by Baroda Homoeopathic Medical College, Gujarat, India with Dr. Saurav Arora for creating awareness amongst participants, on 26th December 2014 at SSG Medical Hall, Vadodara, Gujarat, India.


The workshop received a positive response from fraternity and was attended by more than 900 participants, including interns, MD students, clinicians, academicians and policy makers. The workshop was inaugurated by the Sh. Manibhai A. Shah, a fatherly figure who is one the founder members of first Homoeopathic Medical College (Gujarat Homoeopathic Medical College, Savli) in the state of Gujarat. Other dignitaries on the dias were Dr. (Smt.) Jyotiben Pandya, Ex-Mayor, Vadodara, President, Mahila Morcho; BJP, Gujarat; Dr. Bhaskar Mehta, I/C, Principal, Baroda Homoeopathic Medical College; Trustees and Principals of various homeopathic medical college of Gujarat.

The e-souvenir of the workshop is available online at

Esouvenir Baroda (1)

HD Issue – Vol 13 | Issue 49

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