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HTA Homeopathy: Methods and Material

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The compilation of this HTA followed predefined steps to ensure the quality of process and results. The procedure was based on the commission documents provided and the generally accepted international guidelines for the compilation of HTA reports, as well as on the special requirements set by the ‘Complementary Medicine Evaluation Programme’ (PEK) in Switzerland (ECHTA 2001, BSV 2001, DIMDI 2004, INHTA 2001, Heusser 2001).

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Maxion-Bergemann, S., Bornhöft, G., Wolf, U. (2011). HTA Homeopathy: Methods and Material. In: Bornhöft, G., Matthiessen, P.F. (eds) Homeopathy in Healthcare – Effectiveness, Appropriateness, Safety, Costs. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-20638-2_6

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