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Homeopathic Provings Guidelines

The Homeopathic Provings Guidelines are based on the structure and contents of the Guidelines for Good Clinical Practice of the International Conference on Harmonisation (ICH), and reprocessed and amended for the requirements of homeopathic drug provings.

The aim of the provings guidelines is to lay down a framework outlining the minimum criteria which have to be covered in a protocol for a good homeopathic proving. It integrates criteria for quality control of provings with respect to the completeness of documentation (according to a defined check list) and continuing education for doctors and supervisors involved in provings.

In addition, criteria have been worked out for provings that fulfil the quality standards of the ECH. They have the form of a checklist along the Guidelines.

The Homeopathic Provings Guidelines can be downloaded here, the checklist here.

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