More than 2,500 doctors from 70 countries would come together here next month to discuss the latest developments in homeopathy and also chalk out plans to popularise the alternative medicine therapy.
The 66th World Homeopathy Congress of LIGA Medicorum Homoeopathica Internationalis (LMHI) will be held in India for the fourth time Dec 1-4 with special sessions on homeopathic education, government policies, clinical research and pharmaceutical industry demands.
According to R.K. Manchanda, organising secretary, LIGA Congress 2011, the conference would promote interaction between homeopathy doctors from around the world and also the students.
“We are also aiming at bringing in uniformity in homeopathic education and practising policies through the world. More importantly, we want homeopathy to be a part of public health setting to deal with infections and lifestyle diseases,” said Manchanda.