Among many research projects, the HOHM Research Office is conducting research on the health outcomes of individuals who have received assistance through the Homeopathy Help Network between 2020 and 2023. All research conducted by HOHM Foundation and the Homeopathy Help Network involving human subjects is completed according to human research protocols and is formally approved by the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine’s Research Ethics Board.

HHN clients may consent to have the anonymized clinical information from their case used for academic and research purposes. HOHM Foundation protects our client’s right to privacy by withholding names and all other identifying information. Clients have the right to give or withdraw consent to have case information used for academic and research purposes at any time. By consenting, clients do not waive any rights to legal recourse in the event of research-related harm (TCPS2-2022, article 3.2 (k). If you have any inquiries about this research or would like to withdraw your consent (if you had previously given consent), please contact us at 

To learn more about the work of the HOHM Research Office, please visit our Research page.  For any questions about the nature and scope of the research, you can contact If you or your homeopathy practitioner are interested in engaging in homeopathy research, please consider being part of HOHM Foundation’s Practitioner Generated Research Network (PGRN).

HOHM Foundation is a not-for-profit educational and research institute and the cost of providing accessible homeopathy services far exceeds the consultation fees charged. Please consider donating if you’d like to help us keep this service alive. Thank you!