Conference on Homeopathic researches organized by the Unio Homoeopathica Belgica
Oct 18, 2014
from 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
|Where||ULB; Brussels, Belgium|
|Contact Name||Unio Secretariat|
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Moderator morning session: Prof. Jean-Paul Degaute (ULB Cardiologist/ president of the registration commission for conventional medicines at the ministry and president of the scientific committee of the Belgian medicines agency.
- Belgian speaker Dr Goossens (KUL – First line medicine) presenting the International satisfaction surveys on the homeopathic practice for adults and children. Costs analysis is part of the presented results (In publication)
- Prof. Bégaud (Univ. Bordeaux - Epidemiologist) presenting a pragmatic survey comparing the conventional and homeopathic approach in first line medicine in France, including risks analysis and efficiency. Aspects of economy are included looking at the reduction of use of conventional medicines and associated risks.
- Dr. Philippe Devos, President UHB, Prof. Bracho : The Cuban approach to epidemic diseases such as Leptospirose, Dengue and Hepatitis A.
Moderator afternoon session: Prof. Caroline Stévigny (ULB faculty of pharmacology).
- Speaker(s) from the Belgian Registration of Medicines Agency about European Directives and their Belgian implementation including quality, toxicology, homeopathic use and frame to accept publicity about homeopathic medicines.
- Prof. Dimpfel (Univ. Justus-Liebig, Giessen, Germany – neurophamacologist) presenting his work on EEG impacts of neurologic conventional and homeopathic medicines (single and complex medicines).
- PhD Capieaux (PhD) presenting the input of Micro-arrays techniques (in vivo and in vitro) to look at efficacy of high dynamized products.
- Dr Michel Van Wassenhoven (President Homeopathic registration commission AFMPS) presenting the further needed step of research to understand what is a homeopathic medicine and the impact of the Good Manufacturing Process of these (not a simple dilution but a potentization process).
To register for the event, follow this link.