International Network for the History of Homoeopathy (INHH)
The International Network for the History of Homoeopathy (INHH) was founded in 1993. It is coordinated by Marion Baschin, Stuttgart. The network is supported by the European Association for the History of Medicine and Health.

The aim of the network is to facilitate international cooperation in the field of the history of homoeopathy. One of its means is to enlist participants (see the list in the menu section). Every person with a scholarly interest in this field of research is invited to register (see right column). The quality and actuality of this databank depends solely on the participants. We did our best to present the best available information from the participants.

The main activities of the network are international conferences. Most of the proceedings were published:
Joint sessions of network-members at the occasion of international conferences of other institutions like the Panamerican Homeopathic Congress in Ribeirão Preto, Brazil (2002) and in Montevideo (2005) complete these activities.

Stuttgart, January 2012

Marion Baschin