In 2005 The Aurum Project was created as a registered research charity. The organisation was spearheaded by well respected and esteemed, accomplished practitioners in the field of homeopathy, led by the director Linlee Jordan. Linlee is a practitioner at the Harbord Homeopathic Clinic and she is an author and keynote industry speaker. This organisational model where clinicians are researchers has inspired others involved in daily practice, to join a research team. In this way, the challenges encountered in every day practice become a research topic.
Now 15 years on, this model is more relevant than ever. The Aurum Project has a collaborative and dynamic team of specialists in their fields, integrating natural medical research with the delivery of health services. Today The Aurum Project has over 150 members, a dedicated social media following and a growing research team, co-ordinated by Celeste Salter, PhD (Applied Science), BPsych Sci, BE(Hons), PDHom(UK), MAHA, ARoH registered.
The Aurum Project strives to be the top charity in Australia for natural therapies research. It relies on donations from those wanting to donate to ethical, natural health, and wellness research.