Level : CME (Advance), PG (Intermediate)
Course Validity : 365 days
Instructor: Frederik SchroyensLanguage: English
Homeopathy finds its origin dating back to the eighteenth century. But with changing times and advancing technologies, it is imperative to amend the way we practice the art and science of Homeopathy and adapt to the demands of the modern time. This course talks about the four ways in which a homeopath’s medical practice can leap forward by going digital on the level of repertory, materia medica and case taking- the three foundations of a successful homeopathic practice.
Dr. Frederik Schroyens is the man behind the Synthesis Repertory. Through this course, he intends to lead the budding as well as the established homeopaths into the digital world of homeopathy wherein he talks about the technique of recording the patient’s history i.e. digital case taking in the first module, followed by case processing by integrating the repertory and materia medica. These two steps form the very core of the art and science of Homeopathy.
Further, Dr. Frederik emphasizes upon the extension of one’s daily medical practice into the realms of research for Homeopathy. Through the module on Evidence- based Homeopathy, Dr. Frederik encourages the homeopaths to register their own clinical experiences and share them with the Homeopathic community worldwide.
In the module on Additions to Synthesis, Dr. Frederik discusses the importance of a deeper understanding of the repertory and gives insight into the quality of additions being made to the Synthesis repertory, the source material for which ranges from proving to the clinical experience of Homeopaths from around the world.
In theend, Dr. Frederik has added a brief topic i.e. Significance of Dreams in Homeopathy. This presentation discusses the importance of going beyond the ‘conscious’ of the patient through his dreams into the subconscious and incorporating the same in the repertorising process.