Bhubaneswar, May 3: With an aim to integrate Homoeopathy into the existing healthcare system and to provide a productive synergy for cooperation in research and education, AIIMS Bhubaneswar and Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy (CCRH) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU).
This MoU between two premier institutes will provide a compact platform for research to establish this science on the basis of scientific evidence. The MoU also aims to reduce the over usage of modern medicine drugs in these tertiary healthcare facilities.
AIIMS Bhubaneswar and CCRH under the Ministry of Ayush has initiated working together to set up a Department of Integrative Medicine here at AIIMS.
The MoU will provide the scope to explore and establish the scientific evidence of Homoeopathy, said AIIMS Bhubaneswar Executive Director Dr. Ashutosh Biswas.
Through this MoU, the two national institutes will have the scope of collaborative research for therapeutic response of the medicine in Homoeopathy and protocol of treatment, added Dr, Biswas.
Delighted with the MoU, Director General (DG) of CCRH Dr. Subhash Kaushik has said that Homoeopathy has a wide potential as an integrative system to current healthcare in the realm of public health platforms owing to its scientific evidence.
The MoU has been signed with AIIMS Bhubaneswar on integrative medicine, bearing in mind the Government of India’s adage, “One Nation, One Health”.
The outcome of this MoU will certainly boost the health care system and benefit the masses, said Dr. Kaushik.
The wider popularity and the cost-effectiveness of Homoeopathy makes it a sustainable system for integration in the modern health care system. Integrating Homoeopathy in Healthcare will help to achieve the Universal Health Coverage (UHC) as advocated by the World Health Organisation (WHO), stressed experts on the occasion.