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Introductory Course in Homeopathy

Modules


ALL MODULES COME COMPLETE WITH OUTLINE NOTES, SUGGESTED READINGS, SELF-TEST EXERCISES, CLINICAL CASES (WHERE APPLICABLE) AND EXERCISES FOR GRADING. THE FOLLOWING IS A PARTIAL SYLLABUS SYNOPSIS.

GENERAL BACKGROUND AND INTRODUCTION TO CONCEPTS (modules 1-7)
Complementary Medicine today; trends in North America.
Homeopathy: an intellectual challenge-1.
Homeopathy: an intellectual challenge-2.
Homeopathy: an intellectual challenge-3.
Self-care-1.
Self-care-2. General discussion on Issues in Complementary/Alternative medicine.
Integrated Care.

THE PRACTICE OF CLASSICAL HOMEOPATHY (modules 8-14)
Although these modules are captioned with a major topic, they are to be approached as one building on the other, such that particular topics will be revisited in different contexts. Materia Medica (the learning of the individual remedies) is taught with clinical cases.
 
Introduction to the homeopathic language.
Introduction to Materia Medica.
Classical Homeopathic theory of disease: the preferred approach.
Taking a case.
The Repertory. Rubrics. Provings.
Concept of the “remedy picture”.
The Organon of Medicine.

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