Integrating homoeopathy in health systems
Journal/Book: Bull World Health Org. 1999; 77(2): 160-166.
Abstract: Homoeopathy is a therapy which involves many components and three main agents: the patient, with his or her condition and personal characteristics; the medication used, with its composition and manufacturing procedure; and the physician, with his or her approach to treatment and concepts of health. The development of research and evaluation structures, combined with a critical education in the discipline, would help to improve practices and define homoeopathy's potential role in relation to the other therapies, both conventional and unconventional, used in Western health systems.
Keyword(s): hom. var. health system.