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Clinical Materia Medica + Dr. Clarkes Clinical Repertory: An Insight

Clinical Materia Medica

Clinical Materia Medica is one of the ways of studying Materia Medica. This is one subject, which not just to be read but practiced. It is quite simply the art of applying Materia Medica in practice. Clinical Materia Medica denotes an effective way of studying and understanding Homeopathic Materia Medica. This is a subject, which needs to be practised. It is quite simply the art of applying Materia Medica in practice. Materia Medica explained clinically supported by cases for better understanding.

Author : Dr. Ronak Shah
Course Duration: 3.1 hours

In each module following steps:

A. Evolution of polychrest

B. With Case study

· Symptoms totality

· Analysis & Evaluation

· Radar Repertorization

· Reportorial Result

· Cross Reference with M.M.

· Differential Prescription 

· Clinical Indications

  • 1. Veratrum Album   FREE  

    Dr Shah has emphasis that one should have a sound understanding of mothers' state during pregnancy, which is known to influence the child's nature and it should be co-related with the present mental state. An evolution of drug on mental & Physical level with cases.

    21 min
  • 2. Baryta Carb  

    In this module Dr Shah has described Drug picture of child & adult Baryta Carb, with Case study & cross reference with M.M. He has also mentioned rare indication where Baryta prescribed. Video case presentation with analysis & reportorial result.

    18 min
  • 3. Calcrea Carb  

    In this module, understanding of calcare carbonicum by evolution on different stages of life Pathophysiology with clinical usefulness in practice. Illustrated cases on different pathology with mental state of calcarea carb.

    17 min
  • 4. Argentinum Nitricum  

    In this module, Dr Shah described Argentinum with video case presentation. Students will develop the practical skills to practice homoeopathy with excellence. Also interpreted patient symptoms in language of the repertory as well as differential material medica.

    18 min
  • 5. Sepia Succus  

    In this module, Dr Shah emphasized drug study more on life situation. He has described various situations in life where sepia mental state evolved & how it is useful to give prescription.

    17 min
  • 6. Phosphorus  

    In this module Dr Shah has described Drug picture of phosphorus, with Case study & cross reference with M.M. in this module author has beautifully evolved phosphorus from physical general to emotional & mental ground.

    17 min
  • 7. Magnesium Carb  

    In this module, though the drug is partially proved Dr Shah from his clinical experience has given very fine picture of emotional Mag carb child. At the end of module one can find core essence of medicine which is very much useful in practice. In generalities comparative material medica inculded which gives idea about therapeutics.

    10 min
  • 8. Aurum Metallicum  

    Mental-emotional diseases are more baffling, frightening and expensive to treat than almost any other type of disease—and the most feared and most common among them is depression. In this module Dr Shah has described Drug picture of child & adult Aurum Met, with beautifully illustrated Case & cross reference with M.M.

    18 min
  • 9. Staphysagria  

    As described in module 1 Dr Shah has described mothers' state during pregnancy in this module, which is known to influence the child's nature and it should be co-related with the present mental state. An evolution of drug on mental & Physical level with cases.

    24 min
  • 10. Lycopodium  

    In this module, Dr Ronak shah has explained the symptoms and the remedy relations in detail. Essence of Materia Medica gives an insight into the mind of the drug. The mind how it evolves is particularly interesting. The author provides his terse but deep analysis of cases. With this our course about CLINICAL MATERIA MEDICA is finished. This entire course has total 10 modules, it has many colors – based on clinical experiences, academically oriented, original data-base and hence more conceptual, useful insights into logistic solutions, exploring dimensions of 10 polychrest remedies beyond the known, and nicely presented.

    25 min

Importance
     A. Effective way to study & understand Materia medica.
     B. The way to apply this knowledge in practice.

Beneficiaries: UG/Pg students, Practitioners

Benefits: Understanding a drug is quite a laborious task especially for students. All drugs appear similar to the beginners. For the practitioners also keynotes & characteristics are equally important. On repertorization one gets a list of closely running similar remedies, it is the keynotes & characteristics that play a final decisive role in order to arrive at the similimum. In each module Dr Shah explained distinctive features of each drug. Thus ‘Clinical Materia Medica’ course becomes an essential tool in the hands of students to identify & comprehend the drug picture or to differentiate it from other similar looking drugs.

As we know, Dr E.A. Farrington in the introduction of his Clinical Materia Media advises all Homeopaths to adopt a plan of study for Materia Medica, even if it may not be correct, still a plan should be adopted and retained to the end. He states that his clinical way of studying Materia Medica if adopted may not be clear in the beginning, but after coming up time and again, what seems difficult earlier, becomes easy enough.

Dr Ronak Shah with his years of experience and knowledge helps us to understand this method of studying Materia Medica and the practical application of it in our clinical practice.

In each module Dr Shah explained distinctive features of each drug. Thus, ‘Clinical Materia Medica’ course becomes an essential tool in the hands of students to identify & comprehend the drug picture or to differentiate it from other similar looking drugs.

Dr. Clarkes Clinical Repertory: An Insight

One of Dr. J. H. Clarke’s major contributions to the field of Homeopathy is the Clinical Repertory. But, it isn’t simply a Repertory that lists many clinical conditions for rubrics. The work is a compilation containing 5 different Repertories. Thus, the full name of the work is A Clinical Repertory to the Dictionary of Materia Medica together with Repertories of Causation, Temperaments, Clinical Relationships and Natural Relationships. This Course will take up each and every one of these Repertories while going through their usage, philosophy, plan and construction among other things.

Author : Dr. Ria Thukral,Dr. Rupa Vechalekar
Course Duration: 4 hours

The Course will cover each and every aspect of Dr. Clarke’s Clinical Repertory. The Course begins with a short life history of Dr. John Henry Clarke and the preface of the Clinical Repertory written by Dr. Clarke himself. Then, the philosophy, plan and construction of the work are taken up. This includes the discussion of Dr. Clarke’s instructions on the usage of each Repertory separately, along with the philosophical ideas behind each of these Repertories. Next, the course includes a separate module on the overview of chapters and rubrics of the Repertory. This module will cover each and every one of the 5 Repertories, along with some important and interesting rubrics in them. This will familiarise the learner with the arrangement of rubrics in these Repertories, while also introduces many interesting rubrics, which he would have missed otherwise. After that, the course will discuss Dr. Clarke’s concept of analysis and evaluation of symptoms. Here, Dr. Clarke’s instructions regarding the same will be discussed by referring to his other works. Following that, cases will be worked out using the Repertory. This will help the learner understand the proper usage of this work in a clinical setting. With this exercise, the learner also comes to know about cases where the Repertory comes in handy. Finally, concluding the course, scope and limitations of the work will be taken up for discussion.

  • 1. Introduction to A Clinical Repertory to the Dictionary of Materia Medica   FREE  

    The module begins with a short life history of Dr. Clarke, including his contributions to the subject of Homeopathy. Then, there is a short note on the Clinical Repertory, which breezes through some basic information related to the work. After that, the Preface by Dr. Clarke is discussed in detail.

    24 min

Dr. Clarke’s Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica is considered an important source book in Homeopathic Materia Medica. With the Clinical Repertory, Dr. Clarke attempted to index the important symptoms both in the Dictionary and The Prescriber. But, the Clinical Repertory, a compilation consisting of 5 different Repertories, does have its scope and limitations. Before putting the Repertory to use, the user has to know about its philosophy, plan, construction, etc. Moreover, knowledge of the analysis and evaluation methods is completely necessary if he wishes to use the Repertory to benefit. This course covers all the information required to help the learner make the best of Dr. Clarke’s Clinical Repertory.

Beneficiaries: UG/PG Students

Course Benefit

A.    The Course covers not only the philosophy of each and every different constituent Repertory separately. It also discusses Dr. Clarke’s philosophical views given in other works, authored by him.

B.    The overview of chapters and rubrics will help every learner, regardless of their level of knowledge.

C.   The course also works out cases. The learner gets a glimpse of the actual usage of the Repertory besides understanding the weak and strong areas of the Repertories.

Clinical Materia Medica + Dr. Clarkes Clinical Repertory: An Insight
This course includes:

  16 Modules      

  16 Quizes          

   Certificate Of Completion

   Course Validity : Unlimited


$124.98 $149.98

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