Homoeopathy Symposium emphasizes the need for global cooperation to boost the effectiveness and adoption of Homoeopathy on a worldwide scale

Homoeopathy Symposium emphasizes the need for global cooperation to boost the effectiveness and adoption of Homoeopathy on a worldwide scale

New Delhi: The Homoeopathy Symposium, aimed at fostering global collaboration to bolster the effectiveness and acceptance of Homoeopathy worldwide, concluded today in New Delhi. Notable attendees included the President of India, Droupadi Murmu, along with seven Padma awardees in the field of homeopathy and Ayush. With over 6,000 participants including doctors, scientists, researchers, academicians, students, and faculty, the two-day event facilitated insightful discussions and interactions focused on advancing Homoeopathy.

Aligned with the theme, “Empowering Research, Enhancing Proficiency,” the symposium delved into various aspects of homoeopathic research, clinical practice, and market insights. Dr. Anil Khurana, Chairperson of the National Commission for Homoeopathy, emphasized the significance of celebrating World Homoeopathy Day in India as an opportunity to exchange clinical experiences and address policy matters crucial for the growth of Homoeopathy.

Throughout the event, renowned practitioners shared their experiences in managing challenging cases, including successful applications in veterinary medicine. Researchers presented key findings from their studies, and panel discussions covered topics such as translational research, education reforms, global perspectives, and quality assurance in homoeopathic medicines.

International experts contributed their insights, sharing experiences in research and practice, motivating attendees to integrate new learnings into their practices. Additionally, scholarships were awarded to deserving students, further encouraging the advancement of knowledge in the field.

In the valedictory session, dignitaries emphasized solidarity within the homoeopathic community and outlined actionable steps to be taken in their respective domains. Dr. Raj K. Manchanda commended the symposium’s comprehensive coverage of regulatory aspects, standards, exports, and government support, highlighting the importance of quality assurance and innovation in advancing Homoeopathy.

The successful conclusion of the symposium reinforced the commitment to continuous research, quality education, and global collaboration to enhance Homoeopathy’s efficacy and acceptance worldwide. The event not only showcased advancements but also laid the groundwork for future initiatives to promote Homoeopathy as an integral component of healthcare. The symposium concluded with a cultural evening featuring renowned performers, adding a vibrant note to the event’s conclusion.