Dana Ullman has conducted a very thorough review of homeopathic research trials. He worked with a professor at the Medical University of Vienna and together they wrote this very review of research conducted on homeopathy and respiratory allergies. They considered numerous studies published in the Lancet and BMJ.
People keep claiming that there is little or no research in homeopathy, but this is just not true!
Dana is such a respected leader in the field, and I have been following his work for many years. Many thanks to him for this work.
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Dana Ullman, M.P.H. is widely recognized as the foremost spokesperson for homeopathic medicine in the U.S. He has authored nine books, including his newest book, The Homeopathic Revolution: Why Famous People and Cultural Heroes Choose Homeopathy (North Atlantic Books/Random House, 2007), which includes a Foreword by the Physician to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. He has also written Homeopathic Medicines for Children and Infants (Jeremy Tarcher/Putnam, 1992) and the best-selling Everybody’s Guide to Homeopathic Medicines (Jeremy Tarcher/Putnam, revised 2004) that is America’s most popular guidebook to using homeopathic medicines at home.
Dana Ullman has written extensively on homeopathic research in an ebook entitled Homeopathic Family Medicine: Evidence Based Nanopharmacology, which describes and references 200+ clinical trials testing homeopathic medicines. Dana’s resource center, Homeopathic Educational Services (www.homeopathic.com) is a leading source for homeopathic books, medicines, home medicine kits, software, and courses.
Dana Ullman has also written chapters on homeopathic medicine for several leading medical textbooks for practicing physicians, including in Integrative Oncology (edited by Andrew Weil, and Donald Abrams, Oxford University Press, 2009), Weiner’s Pain Management: A Practical Guide for Clinicians (edited by M.V. Boswell and B.E. Cole, Taylor and Francis, 2006), and Complementary and Alternative Veterinary Medicine: Principles and Practice (edited by A.M. Schoen, and S.G. Wynn, Mosby, 1998).
Dana Ullman co-taught a ten-week course on homeopathy at the University of California at San Francisco School of Medicine from 1993 to 1995 and again in 1998. He also has served or been asked to serve as a consultant or on the advisory board to alternative medicine institutes at Harvard, Columbia, University of Arizona, and University of Alaska schools of medicine. Dr. Andrew Weil’s Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona asked Dana to develop their curriculum in homeopathy for their physician associate fellows.
Dana Ullman has written over 200 published articles in a variety of respected publications, including eCAM (published by Oxford University Press), Western Journal of Medicine, The FASEB Journal, Social Policy, The Futurist, Utne Reader, California Living (the Sunday magazine to the S.F. Chronicle and S.F. Examiner), as well as numerous health care and homeopathic journals. Besides authoring many books and articles, Dana has served as publisher of 35 major texts in homeopathy by other authors.
Dana Ullman has been particularly effective in working with major institutions and getting them to change their attitudes and policies towards natural health care. He has organized successful conferences that were sponsored by the federal Department of Health & Human Services (“Holistic Health: Policies in Action,” May, 1980) and U.C. Berkeley (“Conceptualizing Energy Medicine,” March, 1981). He authored the San Francisco Foundation’s Health Report, which changed the funding priorities of this major philanthropic institution. He consulted on a research project sponsored by the California medical board that ultimately recommended many of his proposals. He has served as a consultant to the World Health Organization in 1993. He attended the Institute of Medicine’s Summit on Integrative Medicine in 2009, and he authored a report on it for Oxford University Press’ journal, eCAM.
Dana Ullman graduated from U.C. Berkeley’s School of Public Health (1978). U.C. Berkeley’s alumni magazine featured him in an extensive interview in 1999.