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Faculty of Homeopathy

FOR MORE INFORMATION CLICK HERE Founded in 1844 and incorporated by Parliament in 1950 the Faculty of Homeopathy supports registered medical professionals with their homeopathic practice. They are the only homeopathic organisation to be recognised by professional...

Launch of the MEP Interest Group on Integrative Medicine and Health

Need more information on EuroCAM click here Today we seen the launch of the European Interest group on integrative care and health.The newly established Interest Group on Integrative Medicine & Health continues the work of the former MEP Interest Group on CAM....

Helping Ease Anxiety and Depression after Stroke – Glasgow Caledonian University Research

      Helping Ease Anxiety and Depression following Stroke: HEADS: UP Online course Glasgow Caledonian University are looking for individuals who might like to take part in their research. You are invited to take part in research about anxiety and depression...


If you would like to get involved with the Chronic Pain Group then please contact Dorothy-Grace Elder by email: dg.elder@ntlworld.com More to follow

Health and wellbeing as fundamental as GDP – National Performance Framework

As you know, 'The Friends' are politically and religiously neutral.  We don't have any affiliation to political or religious groups. However, as we move and get ready for the Scottish Elections in May 2021, how do you think the Scottish Government has performed. Have...

The Research Council for Complementary Medicine

The vision of RCCM is to promote research that will widen the availability of and access to safe and effective complementary medicine for patients within the National Health Service in the UK, to help prevent disease and improve patients' health and quality of life. ...

From Infinity and Beyond -Friends Advocacy Group

The Friends also has an advocate group. Our current activities include ensuring that the Centre for Integrative Care is here for the next century and beyond.


In the Spotlight

There is currently a consultation paper around the services for Chronic Pain. 

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