Organon of Medicine and Homoeopathic Philosophy

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Annual Objectives

At the end of 1st year, the student shall be able to,

1. Outline the identity of homeopathic physician.
2. Recall the basic principles of homeopathy.
3. List the pioneers of homoeopathy.
4. State the contributions of C.V.Boenninghausen, J.T.Kent, C. Hering, Rajendra Lal Dutta, M.L.Sircar.
5. Differentiate between inductive and deductive logic in the context of understanding of fundamentals of Homoeopathy
6. Discuss patient asin the dimensions of a person, disposition, state of mind and body withreference to the study of disease process and its causes with homoeopathic approach in therapeutics
7. Correlate the writings in Homoeopathy with Psychology.
8. Correlate the laws of physics and chemistry with homeopathic principles

At the end of 2nd year, the student shall be able to,

  • Relate the person in wider dimensions to assess the factors responsible for genesis and maintenance of illness i.e. Fundamental cause, Predisposing Cause, Maintaining Cause
    and one-sided diseases.
  • Document the details of a case to by interacting with a patient and attendants.
  • Identify the evolution of illness in a person.
  • Recognise the characteristic features of a person and his / her illness.
  • Analyse the case to project what is to be cured and what is curable.
  • Classify and evaluate symptoms to develop the prescriptive totality.
  • Determine the susceptibility.

At the end of III BHMS the student shall be able to

1. Correlate the knowledge of basic sciences with homoeopathic philosophy.
2. Describe the evolution of disease.
3. Illustrate the miasmatic expressions in the case.
4. Recognize the most similar medicine.
5. Assess the level of susceptibility and relate it to selection of potency.