The World Health Organisation says Antimicrobial Resistance is a global health emergency to which antibiotic over-use and misuse is contributing.
#AntimicrobialResistance is a global health emergency that must be stopped now https://t.co/avdqzUlx2F pic.twitter.com/GjjxdUiH2N
— WHO (@WHO) May 3, 2017
Get involved at the HRI conference in Malta June 9-11 and join what is set to be a lively and topical discussion session on ‘Homeopathy and Antimicrobial resistance’. Be a part of determining the role homeopathy could, and should, play in our future healthcare.
Hear Alison Fixsen, Senior Lecturer Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Westminster, UK offer viable alternatives to antibiotic use in the treatment of URTIs and Petra Klement, DHU, Germany, demonstrate the therapeutic effectiveness of homeopathy in recurrent tonsillitis. This session is fast-paced and bursting with short, sharp nuggets of all that is current, credible and cutting-edge in this important area.
Don’t take our word for it, Sheila Banks, Homeopath and Writer, UK said that HRI Rome 2015 was, “…amazing!… I still find myself very excited when I think or talk about it. Although the actual event has passed, the energy of it seems to linger in the now.”