Research Pods are an integral part of The Aurum Project's research activity. To get in contact with our Research Coordinator, Research Integrity Officer and Director, click on the button below.
The Aurum Project has undertaken research to measure the demographics of homeopaths and their patients in Australia. This was the first time such a study was done in Australia. An innovative mixed methods study was designed to describe homeopathy practice in which homeopaths recorded aspects of their practice activity over an 8 week period in 2019.
The Autism Support Project was set up in 2013 to bring affordable care to ASD children and offer partially subsidised or half price treatment for children diagnosed with ASD. There are a growing number of practitioners around Australia who are Autism Support Project Recognised Providers.
These research policies outline the broad principles and responsibilities that underpin the conduct of Aurum Project research. Adherence to these policies and The Aurum Project Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research is a prerequisite for collaboration with, and for participation in research conducted by The Aurum Project.
Melting Pot sessions have become an integral part of The Aurum Project seminars and workshops. A Melting Pot is a one hour session of open exchange between practitioners on a specific topic of interest to rapidly increase clinical knowledge on a chosen topic.
During 2018, a team of members concerned about homeopathic research in Australia (Research Priorities Working Group - RPWG) came together to review the Research Priorities set in 2008, to renew the course for scientific homeopathic research in Australia. This document lays out these priorities and is a guide for all organisations and stakeholders.