Homoeopathy is a science and art and Repertory is an artistic compilation of the symptoms of the Homoeopathic Materia Medica arranged in such a way that they may be reproduced when required. The department of repertory imbibes an understanding of the subject, essential for appropriate employment of knowledge of materia medica in practice of homoeopathy. The department provides access to various hardbound repertories of several authors, as well as a number of homoeopathic software for student’s reference. There is also a provision to watch case taking of OPD patients in real-time for discussion on the said cases. This facility also allows discussion on observations made by students about patient mannerisms etc, which holds weight age from homoeopathic perspective.
Case taking is a stepping stone to repertorisation. This is a step, which facilitates the gathering of the data pertaining to what is to be cured in the diseased person. It is said that “A well taken case is half cured”.
At the end of the course, the B.H.M.S. student will be:
- After the end of final year, graduate will be able to use general repertories in their clinical practice.
- Graduates will be more efficient in working out the cases with Homoeopathic softwares
- Graduates can be able to use Regional repertories in their clinical practice.
- Graduate can be able to use clinical repertories in their bedside practice.
- Scientific homoeopathic practice will be more successful after learning subject Repertory
- Improvement in making questionnaire that will help for Case taking skills.
- Study of Comparative Materia Medica can be possible.
|1.||Total Number of Software||05|
|2.||Total number of Charts||22|
|3.||Number of books in Departmental Library||101|
REPERTORY Teaching Staff
|1.||Prof. Dr. Anjali Nigam||Professor & HOD||B.H.M.S., M.D. (Hom)|
|2.||Dr.Anupam Shrivastava||Associate Professor||B.H.M.S., M.D. (Hom)|
|3.||Dr. Swati Manekar||Asst. Professor||B.H.M.S., M.D. (Hom)|