Homeopathy has achieved a global name, for which every homeopath is proud. There has been great progress in scientific research in the past few decades, but this is equally associated with accelerated criticism. There are now many peer reviewed journals and medical indexing services, where one can find hundreds of research references in just seconds.
Many times, we seek handy references of “scientific studies”, “publications” in one place. This gives us the ease of quoting information easily. Keeping this view in mind, the present work “A Compendium of Homeopathic Open Access Articles Volume -I” is presented to you. It is a small experimental step, aimed at compiling Open Access Articles (OAA) published in homeopathy over the last five years (2007-2011). These will serve as handy references for clinicians and researchers and help motivate future research.
This compilation doesn’t aim to limit the authenticity of homeopathy to few a pages over the last five years, but to collect such information in one place. You will see that the original work is preserved “as it is” in this compendium, with original links, sources and reference(s) to authors and publishers. To facilitate access and search within the compendium, the following information has been added: –
Index to compendium indicating type of publication as – editorials, clinical research, database, epidemiological research, fundamental research, letter to editors, review articles, social and historical research, etc. in alphabetical order.
The titles in index have been hyperlinked with studies in text for easy browsing.
Every possible method was applied to search OAA published on the internet, including articles, bibliographies etc. Utmost care has been taken to verify the manuscripts as “open access” from the publisher/Journal’s homepage/authentic links. I request readers to report back any error regarding the copyright issue. This work is a basic compilation of OAA and therefore no effort has been made to segregate articles as “for” or “against” homeopathy. It is hoped, that the articles against homeopathy will serve as better motivation for us to plan robust strategies for future research.
Since this compilation is meant for the homeopathic fraternity, the download link is only available on request. To download you are kindly requested to:-
Fill the request at http://goo.gl/Yfpc8
Browse www.audesapere.in/oaa or
Send your request at email@example.com.
After successful completion, a download link will be sent to you on your email id. This method will limit the unethical access by spammers and unwanted users.
As “to err is human”, therefore any ambiguity, lacunae, error or negligence should be attributed to the compiler. If you find any error, or any study not included here, you are kindly requested to report the same to Dr. Saurav Arora at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. I hope you will enjoy reading this compendium.
This compendium is a “not for profit” work and has not received any financial aid/assistance in any form from any individual, association or agency.
The total download size of compendium is approx 48 MB (ZIP format) or 56MB (PDF format).
Dr. Saurav Arora – www.audesapere.in