Dr Peter Fisher

fisher-pPeter Fisher is Director of Research and Consultant Physician at the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine (RLHIM), part of the University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Europe’s largest public sector centre for integrated medicine. He is also Physician to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

He is Editor-in-Chief of the Faculty’s journal Homeopathy, a member of the World Health Organisation’s Expert Advisory Panel on Traditional and Complementary Medicine, involved in drafting its Traditional and Complementary Medicine Strategy 2014-2023, adopted by the World Health Assembly in May 2014, and a member of the Expert Reference panel of NICE.

Peter Fisher is an active clinician, specialising in homeopathy and rheumatology. His research work centres on responding to the problems of health care, including ‘effectiveness gaps’, multimorbidity and polypharmacy, by integrating the best of conventional and complementary medicine.

He has conducted numerous research projects in homeopathy and integrated medicine. His interest in the area was triggered by a visit to China during the Cultural Revolution while still a medical student at Cambridge University.

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Session details:
Friday 4 November – Plenary Session
Time: 12:00
Room: Grand 1 & 2
Update on biological model and clinical research in Homeopathy

Congress 2016

Centred on the theme, Homeopathy: Healthy Patients, Healthy Practice, delegates enjoyed presentations, seminars and workshops delivered by leading homeopaths from the UK and around the globe. Topics for discussion included the first UK presentation by Swiss Paediatrician Dr Heiner Frei, who introduced his very successful approach to treatment of children with ADHD; Dr Jonathan Hardy's video cases of patients with severe addictions markedly helped by Homeopathy; Dr Julie Geraghty introduction of the new Gemstone remedies like Amethyst, Diamond and Emerald (also very useful in addiction) and Dr Elizabeth Thompson on the usefulness of the hydrocarbon remedies in treating patients with cancer.


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