President of India Smt Droupadi Murmu will inaugurate tomorrow a two-day Scientific Convention at Yashobhoomi Conventional Centre Dwarka, New Delhi organized by Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy (CCRH), an autonomous apex research organization under Ministry of Ayush on the occasion of the World Homoeopathy Day. The theme of the convention will be “Empowering Research, Enhancing Proficiency: A Homoeopathic Symposium”. The convention aims to promote evidence-based scientific treatment in clinical practice and health programs, to capacitate homoeopathic community in research-based therapeutics, to become a healthcare powerhouse meeting the population’s needs for personalized, safe, and credible healthcare, and to enrich homoeopathic medicine with quality diagnostics, therapeutics, and scientific tools for better patient outcomes.

The inaugural ceremony will be followed by a session on ‘Words of Wisdom’, which will see felicitations of 08 Padma Awardees. During the event, 17 CCRH publications will be released. Homoeopathic Drug Proving, Volume 7, Drug Monograph – RauwolfiaA Glimpse of History, Struggle and Progress of Homoeopathy in North East India, Keynotes of Homoeopathic MateriaMedica, Volume III, Homoeopathic MateriaMedica by Dr. NeelmaniGhatak, Volume I (English edition), STGH app – mobile application on Standard Treatment Guidelines in Homoeopathy and a brochure there of, Pocket Manual of Activities and Achievements: CCRH, CCRH Brochure, Indian Journal of Research in Homoeopathy, Vol 18, Issue 1 (Jan- March 2024), Drugs of Animal Sources used in Homoeopathy Vol-II, Standardisation of Homoeopathic Drugs Vol-I (Second Revised Edition), One small documentary on Drug Proving – a Research Program in Homoeopathy, HIDOC: An Online Union Catalogue (Revamped Version), COVID-19 Pandemic: Researches by CCRH, Brochures each on Council’s activities, Antimicrobial Resistance and Homoeopathic Clinical Case Repository (HCCR) workflow and Souvenir for the WHD 2024 event.

Subsequent sessions will include talks and panel discussion on topics like Empowering Homoeopathy and the Modern Perspectives, Clinicians Perspectives and Advancing practice. These sessions would witness inputs from Dr. V.K. Gupta, Chairman, SAB, CCRH, Sh. B.K Singh, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Ayush, Dr. Sangeeta A. Duggal, Advisor (Homoeopathy), Ministry of Ayush, Dr. Raj K. Manchanda, Chairperson, Homoeopathic Sectional Committee, Ayush Department, Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) & Former DG, CCRH, Dr.ChintanVaishnav, Mission Director, Atal Innovation Mission, NITI Ayog, Dr. LK Nanda, Chairperson, SCCR, CCRH and other renowned clinicians.

The Scientific Convention over the 2 days will also include sessions on Translational Research, Evidence Base: Research & Practice Experience, Epidemic and Public health, Homoeopathic Drug Standardisation and Basic Research, Interdisciplinary Research, Reforms and Research in Education, Global Perspectives., Challenges in Homoeopathy – Role of Homoeopathic Professional Associations, Veterinary Homoeopathy, Quality Assurance in Homoeopathic Medicinal Products and Services, etc. which will have participation of leading scientists from various streams of biomedicine and allied sciences as resource persons.

With about 80 poster presentations and 30 pharmaceutical and other firms displaying at exhibition stalls, the two-day event promises to be a great source of learning.

Secretary Ministry of Ayush Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha, Dr. Subhash Kaushik, DG, CCRH, Ministry of Ayush, Dr. Anil Khurana, Chairman, National Commission for Homoeopathy, Dr.Nandini Kumar, Ayush Scientist Chair,   Dr. Sangeeta A. Duggal, Advisor (Homoeopathy), Ministry of Ayush, Dr. Pinakin N Trivedi, President, Board of Ethics and Registration for Homoeopathy, NCH Dr. Janardanan Nair, President, Medical Assessment and Rating Board for Homoeopathy, NCH Dr. Tarkeshwar Jain, President, Homoeopathy Education Board, NCH and other important dignitaries will witness the grand event, along with the presence of delegates from Netherlands, Spain, Columbia, Canada and Bangladesh

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