EUROPEAN CENTRAL COUNCIL
OF HOMEOPATHS
Ensuring patients have access to high
quality homeopathic treatment

THE PLATFORM FOR THE HOMEOPATHY PROFESSION IN EUROPE

Latest News

17th January, 2017

Solid base of research in homeopathy for livestock needs new focus

New comprehensive literature review of homeopathy in livestock farming shows positive results but contains an important message for the future work of homeopathy researchers. A new comprehensive literature review of ...

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30th August, 2016

New study reinforces the evidence that homeopathic treatment improves survival time in patients diagnosed with cancer

20 August 2016 In a follow-up study to an earlier paper (a) Frass and colleagues further confirm the potential of homeopathy to improve survival time in patients diagnosed with cancer. ...

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Introduction

Introduction to ECCH

The European Central Council of Homeopaths (ECCH) is a European Council whose membership is made up of established associations of professional homeopaths existing within individual countries. Established in 1990 ECCH focuses its representational activities within the boundaries of Europe and specifically within the European Union. The Council is a non profit-making unincorporated association registered in the United Kingdom.  

ECCH is an active member of the Brussels-based European Public Health Alliance (EPHA), an active member of the Brussels-based CAM stakeholder group EUROCAM,  and is a  Corresponding Member of the European Coalition for Homeopathic and Anthroposophic Medical Products(ECHAMP).

ECCH’s Mission

To represent and support national member organisations of homeopaths to further the growth and development of the homeopathy profession in Europe.

ECCH’s Vision

To ensure the availability of high quality homeopathic treatment to all members of the European Public. 

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