Repertory​ (R)

The unique aspect of the teaching and learning repertory is applying the tool at the bedside. We at MLDMHI demonstrate the application of these tools at bedside. The student experiences first hand the scope – limitations of all the repertories including softwares. The students are not taught in a typical classroom teaching, but they are taught through problem based learning where case becomes a problem to be solved by the repertory as a tool. The student has to search for himself the whole process of how the author thought and created the repertory, it’s a unique experience where the student learns to use internet as a medium for searching this aspect of knowledge. The student is freely permitted to use Wi-Fi enabled library for educational purpose.

A postgraduate in Repertory shall:

  1. Recognize the prescriptive needs of the homoeopathic practitioners. 
  2. Master most of the competencies related to case taking and repertorisation. 
  3. Acquire a spirit of scientific inquiry and be oriented to the principles of research methodology. 
  4. Acquire basic skills in teaching of homoeopathic professionals. 

 

General Objectives:

At the end of postgraduate training in M.D. (Homoeopathy) repertory, the student shall be able to:

  1. Recognize the importance of repertory in the context of homoeopathic prescriptions.
  2. Practice repertorisation ethically and in step with the principles of homoeopathy. 
  3. Demonstrate sufficient understanding of the competencies associated with case taking and case analysis.
  4. Be aware of communication technology and adapt it for repertorisation. 
  5. Develop skills as a self-directed learner; recognize continuing educational needs, select and use appropriate learning resources. 
  6. Develop competence in basic concepts of research methodology and analyze relevant published research literature. 
  7. Improve teaching learning methods of repertory at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
  8. Function as in effective leader of health team engages in health care, research or training.

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Repertory Specialty

 

Research Methodology And Biostatistics

 

Advanced Teaching Of Fundamentals Of Homoeopathy

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https://www.muhs.ac.in/upload/syllabus/03_REPERTORY_25092019.pdf

 

 

 

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