News and events, both in the UK and beyond, have the potential to influence our future healthcare provision. With national healthcare systems across the world struggling to meet the increasing needs and demands of patients, clearly our whole approach to healthcare delivery has to change. The questions are; how, where and when? Many of our news articles explore these important issues, and you can find out more by reading the articles below.
The Winter 2021/2022 edition of HiP features two important articles about different aspects of blood. The study of blood cells has always been invaluable in extending our knowledge and understanding of health and disease at a bio-physical level, and this continues to be the case. For example, a group of top immunologists from Britain and Brazil are studying the blood cells of individuals who seem to have natural immunity to Covid-19, in an attempt to understand what makes them different. The answer to that would help to provide a key to developing a vaccine against Covid-19 which would work for both current variants and future variants of the virus.
HiP Winter 2021/2022 – News from the Chair
Who’s afraid of rational debate? by Karin Mont. With the world currently facing an increasing amount of humanitarian, social and economic upheaval, it is more important than ever to explore the multiple and complex issues driving these problems, in a quiet, calm and rational manner. Karin suggests that the key to finding healthy solutions to the challenges we face, starts by extracting the verifiable facts from the media-hyped ‘official’ narrative. To read the full article click here.
HiP Summer/Autumn 2021 – News from the Chair
Following the science by Karin Mont. Thanks to the global response to Covid-19, we have witnessed world-wide social upheaval normally only experienced during times of war. In this article, Karin takes a critical look at at the science we’re told we need to follow, and asks if we will ever have the courage to acknowledge that science alone is unable to provide us with all the solutions. To read the full article click here.
HiP Spring 2021 – News from the Chair
The modification of Little Chick by Karin Mont. At a time when Government is seriously considering relaxing legislation on gene-editing and GMOs, Karin considers some of the risks and so called benefits associated with altering DNA, life’s most important building block. The potential consequences are yet to be revealed! To read the full article click here.
HiP Spring 2020 – News from the Chair
War, a driver of innovation by Karin Mont. In this article, Karin considers some of the more positive developments in human history, which have direct links to war. She suggests that war forces people to work together, to organise themselves, pool resources, adapt to changing circumstances, and to diversify. To read the full article, click here.
HiP Autumn/Winter 2019 – News from the Chair
Eye of newt and toe of frog by Karin Mont. In this article, Karin explores some of the ingredients which are used in the manufacture of many commonly prescribed pharmaceutical products. To read the full article, click here.
HiP Autumn/Winter 2019 – ARH bids a fond farewell to a friend and champion of homeopathy.
Thank-you David Tredinnick! by Karin Mont. On 6 November 2019, David stood down as an MP, having represented the constituency of Bosworth, Leicestershire, on behalf of the Conservative party, since 1987. From the start, David has been a staunch advocate of an integrated approach to healthcare delivery, and a champion of the patient’s right to choose the healthcare option most appropriate for their specific needs. In this article, Karin bids a fond farewell to a man who will be missed by many within the CAM sector. Click here to read the article.
HiP Spring/Summer 2019 – News from the Chair
The next giant leap by Karin Mont. Fifty years ago, mankind set foot on the moon for the first time, and this was generally regarded as a ‘giant leap’. Today, and back here on earth, we seem to have forgotten what it means to be a true pioneer, especially where sustainable healthcare is concerned. Karin explores this issue further, and you can read the article by clicking here.
HiP Spring/Summer 2019
The ARH Bursary fund group 2– The second group of students who received funding via the ARH bursary, describe how the award has helped them, and share their plans for the future. Read the full article by clicking here.
HiP Winter/Spring 2019 – News from the Chair
Sheep revelations by Karin Mont. This is a somewhat unsettling overview of a study which explored the effects of vaccine adjuvants on sheep, and how this information has been kept away from general public knowledge. Read the article by clicking here.
HiP Winter/Spring 2017 – News from the Chair
The freight train to China by Karin Mont. This article discusses RCTs versus outcomes based trials, and other related issues. To read the full article, click here.
HiP Winter/Spring 2017
The ARH Bursary fund – The first group of students who received funding via the ARH bursary, describe how the award has helped them, and share their plans for the future. Read the full article by clicking here.
To find out more about the ARH Bursary fund, click here.
To find out what it is like to be a student of homeopathy, click here to read the Student Diaries section of Which Homeopathy Course?
HiP Winter/Spring 2017
Brexit – the silver lining, by Karin Mont, suggests that Brexit could provide the UK with a unique opportunity to redefine how healthcare is delivered. To find out why Karin thinks Brexit might help the UK to establish meaningful, patient centred healthcare, which truly supports health, wellbeing and disease prevention, read the full article by clicking here.
HiP Summer/Autumn 2016 – News from the Chair
The power of suggestion by Karin Mont. This article comments upon the ASA’s reignited campaign against homeopaths, and looks at the ASA’s real, as opposed to suggested, power. To read the full article, click here.