‘World Integrated Medicine Forum on the Regulation of Homeopathic Medicinal Products: National and Global strategies’ New Delhi: 23-24 February 2017



‘World Integrated Medicine Forum on the Regulation of Homeopathic Medicinal Products: National and Global strategies’
New Delhi: 23-24 February 2017

In the presence of 50 delegates from 24 countries, the World Integrated Medicine Forum on regulations of homoeopathic medicinal products opened on 23rd February 2017. The two-day forum, organised by Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy in collaboration with Dr. Robbert van Haselen, Director, World Integrated Medicine Forum, was inaugurated by the Hon’ble Minister of State (I/C) Sh. Sripad Yesso Naik, Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India. Sh. Naik, while praising the efforts of Council for arranging such a forum, expressed that the regulation of homoeopathic medicinal products (HMPs) is an important requirement for the worldwide promotion of Homoeopathy. In today’s era, when the demand for traditional and integrated medicine systems is on the rise, it is important that quality-assured HMPs are made legally accessible, which is only possible via a well developed regulatory framework.
Medicine & Homoeopathy.
LMHI actively participated in World Integrated Medicine Forum (WIMF) on regulations of homoeopathic medicinal products (HMPs) held in New Delhi, India on 23rd-24th February 2017. The two-day forum, organised by Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy in collaboration with Dr. Robbert van Haselen, Director, World Integrated Medicine Forum. The forum had representations from regulators, manufacturers and pharmacopeia experts from 24 countries, as well as from World Health Organization (WHO). Heads of reputed international industries including Heel, DHU, Reckweg, Wala, Hevert, Boiron, Hyland’s, Labolife, C4C Group of Companies and Living and leading Indian industries like SBL, Bakson, Willmer Schwabe (India), B. Jain, New Life, HAPCO etc. actively participated in the forum.