How do homeopaths make decisions? An exploratory study of inter-rater reliability and intuition in the decision making process.

@article{Brien2004HowDH,
  title={How do homeopaths make decisions? An exploratory study of inter-rater reliability and intuition in the decision making process.},
  author={Sarah Brien and Phil Prescott and Dean Owen and George Lewith},
  journal={Homeopathy : the journal of the Faculty of Homeopathy},
  year={2004},
  volume={93 3},
  pages={125-31}
}
The validity of clinical decision making in homeopathy is largely unexplored and little is understood about the process or its reliability. This exploratory study investigated, in the context of a questionnaire based re-proving of Belladonna 30c, the extent to which decisions are based on clinical facts or intuition and how reliable decisions are. Three experienced, independent homeopathic clinicians/proving researchers rated the symptom diaries of the 206 subjects taking part. They reported… CONTINUE READING

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