The Congress of the Liga Medicorum Homoeopathica Internationalis (LMHI Congress 2017), held in Leipzig from 14-17 June 2017, Germany, will witness the homoeopathic fraternity from all over the world and keeps its tradition alive of having a splendour experience and having a glimpse of the status of homoepathic research prevailing in different countries.
The Central Council of Research in Homoeopathy (CCRH), a premiere homoeopathic research institute in India, conducts research in different fields to bring in effective outcomes and limitations of that particular study.
To take the impetus further, CCRH has done various collaborations with many renowned international research Institutes including those with the National School of Medicine & Homoeopathy of the IPN (Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico, the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine (United Kingdom), the Yerevan State Medical University (Armenia), the College of Homeopaths of Ontario (Canada), the Universidad Maimónides (Argentina), and the Homœopathic Pharmacopœia of the United States (HPUS, U.S.A.).
In this event, CCRH will further grow its international repute by concluding collaboration agreements with the Scientific Society for Homeopathy (WissHom), Germany, and the Institute for the History of Medicine (IGM) of the Robert Bosch Foundation in Stuttgart, Germany.
The monumental Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between CCRH and WissHom would aim to conduct clinical research in areas of common interest and replicate various studies on basic research. These homoeopathic giants will cover participation in joint research projects: International projects, meta-analyses, randomized, pragmatic multi-centric studies, in areas of mutual interest. This MoU will also facilitate the exchange of information, documentation and scientific publications as well as the joint organization of conferences, seminars, workshops and symposia. Besides, exchanging experts for training of practitioners, scientists, teaching professionals and students would also be undertaken.
The MoU signed with the Institute for the History of Medicine (IGM) of the Robert Bosch Foundation, undertakes to develop a Museum on AYUSH systems in India. In addition, both CCRH and IGM will endeavour to develop Archives on Homoeopathy in India much in line with those present at Institute for History of Medicine in Stuttgart, Germany, which will be unique and exhibit the historical importance of Homoeopathy in India.
Dr. Raj K.Manchanda
Director General, CCRH