HRI Malta 2017 will provide a fast-paced and diverse programme of talks, posters and social events to be enjoyed against the glorious backdrop of Malta in June.
In our “Systematic Reviews of Clinical Research” session hear Dr Robert Mathie present his latest work using rigorous statistical analysis to look at the outcome of non-individualised homeopathic treatment in double-blind, placebo-controlled and randomised trials, and Dr Katharina Gaertner describing the work of her team taking a broader approach to systematic review of clinical trials of potentized substances. In stark contrast to this high-quality research hear HRI’s Rachel Roberts give a first-hand account of how the Australian NHMRC mishandled the clinical evidence in homeopathy in the influential but deeply inaccurate ‘Australian Report’.
With less than two weeks left to go the countdown to HRI Malta 2017 is now on! But there is still time to register and join us for what is shaping up to be our best conference yet.
“Congratulations to you and your colleagues for organising such a good conference, I came away feeling inspired.” Galen Ives, Consultant Clinical Psychologist & Chartered Scientist, UK – previous conference attendee