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Clificol Explained


Medical Disclaimer


Clificol is inspired by the vision to improve the success of homeopathy by sharing experiences between homeopaths from all over the world. The Clificol project is for homeopaths who want to learn from their own experiences and who are keen to improve by collaborating with their colleagues.

To enhance the momentum of research and data collection in Homeopathy, there is a need to broaden the collective effort and intensify collaboration between different projects. Below is an example of a community project aimed at collecting data on the adjunctive treatment of COVID-19 patients. This COVID-19 Support Project can be joined for free by ALL homeopaths on  

RadarOpus users can run, or collaborate in, specific case registry projects (if you want to find out more please contact us on

(Ref: Dr. Robbert Van Haselen, ECH General Assembly, 14th Nov 2020)
Clificol Case Registry Project: the COVID-19 support project

This project involves the collection of a limited set of routine data on confirmed or suspected COVID-19 cases, with the following aims:

    Identifying the prevalence of symptoms, symptom patterns, remedies used, etc. in selected populations

    Identifying patterns in, and generating hypotheses based on, large datasets

    Exploring homeopathic principles such as individualization and the law of similars

    Exploring biases in symptom selection and decision making

Note that we are interested in collecting successful AND unsuccessful COVID cases (so NOT only ‘textbook cases’).

To register your cases:

Information Pack
Clificol Webinars for experience sharing around the world
Data Collection and analysis: COVID-19 support project

Different research groups in homeopathy can apply ( for the dataset, and it will be shared for free subject to approval by the Scientific Committee.

The Clificol Research team has its own selection criteria and research questions. (More) 

Other research groups use different targeted selection criteria in accordance with their aims.

LMHI COVID-19 Clinical Case Report Project

This project complements the Clificol COVID-19 support project

Case registries primarily consist of quantitative data submitted in a predefined format; there is however also an important qualitative element to the story

Clinical case reports allow an in depth, multi-faceted exploration of complex issues in their real-life settings

The CARE guideline and HOM-CASE CARE extension primarily address the comprehensiveness of a clinical case report. 

The MONARCH Causality attribution inventory assesses the likelihood that the purported 'remedy response' is due to the remedy.

Cases collected in the Clificol Case Registry will be screened with the aim to identify promising and interesting cases, with good potential to be extended into a high-quality clinical case report. 

LMHI COVID-19 Clinical Case Report submission form



As mentioned above, Clificol can be used by RadarOpus users for the purpose of other public or specific case collection projects. Those who are interested in finding out more can contact