Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Govt. of India proposes action plan to improve quality of Homeopathic Education

Criticised Homeopathy Colleges for unfair practice at inspection time.
Proposed Action Plan and Many measures to improve the quality of homoeopathic education.
Restricted the recognition of Homoeopathic Medical Colleges for year to year basis.

Department of AYUSH Govt. of India informed the the Central Government that, some colleges have not been complying with the guidelines specified for imparting education in the AYUSH systems of medicine.

Furthermore some colleges have even attempted to indulge in unfair practices to project availability of infrastructures and teachers higher than what actually exists. This is obviously not in the overall interest of either imparting quality education in this sector or each of the student themselves.

Therefore, in order to prevent mushroom growth of Homoeopathic Medical Colleges and to ensure the quality education to the students who are passing out of such colleges and let them have sufficiently effective exposure to the clinical training in the hospitals, the Central Government has taken several measures this year.

Some of the major steps are as follows:-
  •  To check the unfair practices of showing higher than actual number of patients in the hospitals, an extensive proforma for examination of the genuine functioning of the hospitals, like examination of the case sheets of all the IPD patients for the last one year along with the other co-related items such records of Pathological test, X-ray, diet, medicines etc. have been suggested to the CCIM and Central Council of Homeopathy (CCH)
  • It has been observed that many colleges in order to get over the deficiencies of teachers and functioning of the hospital requirements as observed by the CCIM/CCH visitors during the inspections of the colleges have started adopting the practices of subsequent submissions of claims of infrastructure availability e.g. teachers/occupancy of hospitals, higher than what has been observed by the visitor on the date of the inspection. In this way it was felt that the sanctity of the entire inspection process was getting vitiated.
  • Similarly, to improve the position on Homoeopathy side, in view of the serious deficiencies as found in respect of teachers and hospitals in course of inspection of the Homoeopathic Medical colleges by the Central Government teams, it has been felt necessary by the Central Government to request CCH to carry out minimum one inspection in a year (as being done in case of ASU colleges) of all the Homoeopathic Medical Colleges.
  • At present Central Government has directed CCH to immediately carry out the latest inspection on the basis of requirement as per Homeopathy (MSE) Regulations, 1983 of the 83 Homoeopathic medical Colleges established during 2004 onwards by 31.5.2011 and for the rest of the colleges by December, 2011
  • Central Government has also decided to stop fresh admissions in such Homoeopathy medical colleges for the academic year 2011-12 which do not fulfil the requirements of infrastructure e.g. teaches, hospitals, equipments etc. as provided in the Homoeopathy (MSE) Regulations.
  • At present the degrees of the recognised Homoeopathy medical colleges/universities are being notified in the Second Schedule of HCC Act, 1973. Such inclusion of the degrees is for the indefinite period and colleges have been misusing this provision and have been found to be quite sub- standard and lacking grossly in availability of the infrastructure requirement.
  • Therefore the Central Government has also decided to restrict the recognition of Homoeopathic Medical Colleges for year to year basis so that on the basis of inspection as to be carried out by the CCH the compliance of provisions of Homoeopathy (MSE) Regulations, 1983 may be ensured effectively.
  • Further, it has been also observed by the Central Government that because of deficiencies creeping into the system such as repeated submissions of claims by the colleges of having higher number of teachers/hospital data etc., the process of grant of permission has been getting delayed every year and has been causing uncertainties for the students. Therefore, to overcome such difficulties the Central Government has decided to complete the process of grant/denial of permission by 31 st July, 2011.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Wonderful story of Homeopathy in Kerala

Everything First in Kerala
In the field of Homoeopathy, its development in health care, education, research and popularity among the masses, Kerala can blissfully boast of a series of Firsts in India that can be uniquely observed in the following :
  • The first State (erstwhile Travancore) to recognise Homoeopathy officially as an authenticated and approved system of medicine in 1928.
  • The first State in establishing a Homoeopathic Dispensary in the public sector (1957).
  • The first State to adopt a policy to promote Homoeopathy on par with other systems of medicine viz., Allopathy and Ayurveda by starting one Homoeopathic dispensary each in every Panchayat (1968).
  • The first State to start ESI dispensaries and hospital in Homoeopathy under a Homoeopath as its Dy. Director.
  • The first State to establish Homoeopathic Clinics in the State Secretariat and Legislator Complex
  • The first State to introduce Homoeopathy in Prisons
  • The first State to provide health care facilities through Homoeopathy to the Pilgrims - Haj, Shabari Mala etc..
  • The first State in establishing a 50 bedded Homoeopathic Hospital in the public sector (1960).
  • The first State to establish Hospitals in all its Districts
  • The only State to have the maximum number of Hospital beds.
  • The only State to have the maximum number of Para Medical staff in the field of Homoeopathy
  • The first State in forming separate Directorate for Homoeopathy with a Homoeopath as the Director (1973).
  • The first State to have District Medical Officer in all its Districts
  • The first State to start a Homoeopathic Pharmacy (manufacturing unit) under co-operative sector shared by the State Govt. (1974).
  • The first State in providing clinical facilities in Govt. Homoeo Hospitals for giving training to students of Homoeopathy (1960).
  • The first State in establishing Degree College in Homoeopathy (1975).
  • The first State to admit Students in degree courses through Common Entrance Examination 
  • The first State to fix the minimum qualification for teachers as a degree or its equivalent in Homoeopathic degree colleges – 1983.
  • The only State where the external degrees - BHMS & MD (Hom) are not recognised for the teaching profession.
  • The first State to form separate Faculty of Homoeopathy with Board of Studies in all the three general Universities. (1976 – 1984).
  • The first State to start regular P.G. course in Homoeopathy (1990 – 1991)
  • The first and the only one State in India to set up a P.G. Board of Studies in the University of Kerala for Homoeopathy (1995).
  • The first State to separate homoeopathic education from the Dept. of Homoeopathic health services (1981).
  • The first State to grant stipend to internees in Homoeopathy and to give parity in internship allowance / P.G. allowance with that of allopathy and ayurveda students.
  • The first State to implement the direct payment system to all employees of the private Homoeopathic Medical Colleges on par with their counterparts in Govt. Colleges (in 1995)
  • The first State to sanction the AICTE scale of pay to the teaching faculty of homoeopathic medical colleges in 1997.
  • The first State to wind up Diploma course in Homoeopathy (1989)
  • The first State giving all the service benefits with full salary to the Teachers during the entire period of higher studies in Homoeopathy(1992)
  • The only State to have a Homoeopath as the Controller of Exams of the Health University- KUHS
  • The first and the only State having a Central Research Institute in Homoeopathy under the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India.
  • The first and the only State having a Mental Hospital in Homoeopathy
  • The first State to form an Epidemic Control Cell (RAECH) at State level in Homoeopathy (2005)
  • The first State to undertake School Health Programme ‘Jyothirgamaya’ in Homoeopathy
  • The only State to face stiff antagonism from the other Systems of Medicine
  • The only State which Celebrated Bi-centenary of Homoeopathy (1990-96) for popularising it
  • The only State to conduct enormous number of CME programmes on regular basis
  • The only State having active Organisations in different fields of Homoeopathy 
  • The first state to start Gender based health care under Homoeopathy.  
  • People can locate the nearest homeo dispensary through department of homeopathy website
  • First state in which all 5 homeopathy Colleges are Govt. aided 
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Saturday, May 21, 2011

Karnataka Private Medical Establishment Act & Its implication to homeopaths

Is it uplift the quality of homeopathy practice or adversely affect ??

Read & Comment
(As amended by Karnataka Act 33 of 2010)
An Act to provide for the Promotion and Monitoring of Private Medical Establishments in the State of Karnataka and matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

Whereas it is expedient in the public interest to promote quality health care and monitor by law the running of Private Medical Establishments in the State by stipulating minimum standards for quality of service in keeping with the principles of medical ethics; Be it enacted by the Karnataka State Legislature in the Fifty-eighth year of the Republic of India, as follows:-

The Private Medical Establishment should be satisfied,  :-
(i) that the premises housing the Private Medical Establishment is located in hygienic surroundings and otherwise suitable for the purpose for which it is established or sought to be established;

(ii) that the Private Medical Establishment is adequately staffed with qualified doctors, qualified and trained para medical personnel; 

(iii) that the Private Medical Establishment has the necessary buildings with adequate space for performing its various functions, equipments and other infrastructure facilities;
(iv) that the Private Medical Establishment conforms to the standards referred to in section 9; 

(v) actively participate in the implementation of all national and State health programmes in such manner as the State Government may specify from time to time; and furnish periodical reports thereon to the concerned authorities;

(vi) perform statutory duties in respect of communicable diseases to prevent the spread of the disease to other persons and report the same to the concerned public health authorities immediately;

(viii) furnish to the Registration Authority such particulars in respect of such non-communicable diseases as may be notified by the State Government from time to time.

Maintenance of clinical records.- 
(1) Every Private Medical Establishment shall maintain clinical records of its activities relating to the patients under its care in the prescribed manner.
(2) Every clinical record shall be open to inspection, in due discharge of his duties, by the District Surgeon or any other officer specifically empowered in this behalf by the State Government.
(3) Every person or his family member shall be entitled to obtain a copy of the clinical record pertaining to himself on payment of appropriate charges.

Suspension or cancellation of registration.- 
(1) The Registration Authority, on the basis of a complaint or otherwise if a prima facie case exists about the contravention of any provisions of this Act or the rules made there under or conditions of registration may, by order in writing and for the reason to be recorded in writing suspend or cancel the registration of a Private Medical Establishment:

(1) Where any person establishes, runs or maintains a Private Medical Establishment without registration granted under section 7 he shall, on conviction, be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years and with fine which may extend upto ten thousand rupees.

(2) When a person is convicted under sub-section (1), the Registration Authority shall direct immediate closure of the un-registered Private Medical Establishment, except where a registration is cancelled or suspended and an appeal filed against such cancellation or suspension is pending.

(3) Every order made under sub-section (1) shall contain a direction that the inpatients of such unregistered Private Medical Establishment shall be transferred to such other Private Medical Establishment as may be specified in that order and it shall also contain such other provisions as to the care and custody of such inpatients pending such transfer.

Sealing premises of un-registered Private Medical Establishments.- 
(1) Without prejudice to the provisions of section 19, if on a report made by the authorised officer under sub-section (1) of section 21 or otherwise the Registration Authority has reason to believe that any Private Medical Establishment is run or maintained without registration under section 7, it may order immediate closure of such Private Medical Establishment and also seal the premises:
Provided that no order under this sub-section shall be made without giving an opportunity of being heard to the person likely to be affected thereby.

(2) Every order made under sub-section (1) shall contain a direction that the inpatients of such un-registered Private Medical Establishment shall be transferred to such other Private Medical Establishment as may be specified in that order and it shall also contain such provisions as to the care and custody of such inpatients pending such transfer.

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Saturday, May 7, 2011

400 New Medical & Homeopathic Power Points added today

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Homeopathic Education 
Micro teaching in Medical profession - Dr.S.Sankar 
Lecturer & lesson planning - Dr.S.Sankar  
Significance of pre clinical subjects in Homoeopathy - Prof.S.M.Singh     
Teaching Learning methods in Homeopathy  
Effecftive bed side teaching - Dr.Jayaprakash.R    
(mm)Importance of para clinical subjects in teaching homeopathic materia medica - Dr.Zoya Joao  
Chalk board in homeopathy teaching - Dr.S.Sankar  
Effective Homeopathy lecture - Dr.S.Sankar  
Ethics in medical education - Dr.Sreekumari  
Mechanics of question paper setting - Dr.S.Sankar  
Principles of evaluation - Dr.S.Sankar   
Professional developement & soft skills - Prof-Sharad Patil   e 
Problem based short essay questions- Dr.S.sankar    
Short answer questions - Dr.S.Sankar   
Objective type questions - Dr.S.Sankar   
How to teach recording of symptoms in case format - Prof.B.P.Panda   
Clinical bed side learning     
Computer assisted learning in Homeopathy - Dr.Bipin jain  
Curriculam planning in homoeopathy - Dr Usha Uchat    
Teaching pedagogi & curriculum - Dr M S Alam    
Educational objectives in homoeopathy -  Dr Arvind Kothe   
Overview of hospital managment - Dr S Ghosh    
Integrated learning in Homoeopathy - Dr.S K Battacharyya     
Educational planning & management - Prof L M Khan   
Projects and assignments - Dr.Sankar   
Educational Planning & Management/ Integral Learning -   
Role of Medical Educator - Prof. Niranjan Mohanty  
Skill in teaching - Dr Lokanath Mehra    
Systemic medical education - Prof. S.Praveen Kumar      
Taxonomy of homeopathic education - Prof.Abhijit Chattopadhyay  
Qualities of a measuring instrument-selection of appropriate tools of evaluation in teaching- Dr.S Sankar  
Teaching learning principles - Dr Udayan Chatterjee   
How to study materia medica - Dr. Winston Vargheese  
How to teach & learn materia medica - Dr Ravi M Nair   
Clinical bedside laerning - Dr.S .Prabhu-  
Computer assisted learning - Dr.Bipin Jain  
Curriculum Planning - Dr.Usha Uchat 
Educational Objectives in Homoeopathy - Dr.Aravid Kothe   
 Educational Planning & Management / Integral Learning -Dr.S.Z Khan 
TEACHING – Learning Process by Simulated Patient Management Problems - Prof.Dr.L.M.Khan 
Skill learning- teaching aids and media - Dr.C.Nayak   

Homeopathy Software
Complete Dynamics - Dr. Mansoor Ali    
Computer repertory - Dr.Aparna S Pareek  
Similimum Ultra - Dr Mansoor Ali    
SOFTWARE PACKAGES - for a better Homeopathic prescription - Dr Mansoor Ali  
Hompath Expert Systems & products - Dr Mansoor Ali   
Stimulare - Homoeopathic Software - Dr Mansoor Ali 

Materia Medica
Importance of Clinical subjects in teaching materia medica - Dr. Navin S Pawaskar 
Need of materia medica - Dr.Arvind Kothe 
Evolution of materia medica - Dr. Bipin Jain  
Importance of psychology in teaching materia medica - Dr.Dhaval Mody 
Importance of psychology in teaching materia medica - Dr.Dhaval Mody  
Role of Homoeopathic Materia Medica in Orthopaedics - MLD Institute  
Different types of materia medica - Dr.Leena R Naik     
Importance of para clinical subjects in teaching homeopathic materia medica - Dr.Zoya Joao  
Relationship of materia medica with Organon - Dr.Srinath Rao   
Sources of Homeopathic materia medica - Dr.Susheel S Neogi   
Comparative study of Phosphorous - Dr.Susheel Neogi   
Correlation of Homeopathic Materia medica & Repertory - Dr.Nitila Desai   
Understanding the reflection of miasmatic atribute of drugs in Allen's Key notes - Dr.Partha P Ray  
Cyclamen - Dr Praveen Kumar rai   
Magnesium group - Dr Praveen Kumar Rai   
Scope of homeopathic materia medica    
Sources and evolution of homeopathic materia medica - Prof Ravi M Nair   
How to teach & learn materia medica - Dr Ravi M Nair   
The aurum group - Dr.Arun K Krishna 
Lycopidium - Dr.Arun K Krishnan  
Methods of teaching polychrest medicines - Dr.S.K Bhattacharyya  

Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Classification by American Fertility Society - Adia K Hamza  
Clinical features in Gynaecology - Afisa Rahman  
Therapeutics of Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy - Athira.A.R    
Vulvar infections - Bettina s Pratap  
Breast feeding - an over view - Dr.T.D.Hemachandran  
Efficacy of homeopathy in pregnancy care - Dr.B.Venu   
Healthy mother and happy child programme (malayalam) - Dr.Janardhan    
Common gynaecological disorders - Dr Kakoli Basu   
Complaints during post natal period & scope of homeopathy - Dr Roy Zachariah  
Reproductive growth in females - Dr P Thankamma   
Endometriosis - Sadam nava, Adiya etc    
Management of endometriosis - Akhila G S     
Polycystic ovarian disease and homeopathy - Dr. Preethi A John  
Postnatal care & complications during post natal period - Dr Sarita Umadi   
Endometriosis - diagnosis & differential diagnosis - Ajeesha Vasudevan     
Metrorrhagia & homeopathy - Rina C P   
Uterine fibroids - Jomon, Lubna, Roshini & Arifa    

Practice of Medicine
Bronchial asthma - Dr.Asha V Sasi    
Dermatitis and Homoeopathy - Dr Divya Sanal   
Diabetes Mellitus - Dr. Sreeraj. R    
Allergic disorders & scope of homeopathy - Dr Hitarath Mehta   
Haemorrhoids and Homeopathy - Dr Arun Krishnan   
Renal calculi - Hareesh Krishnan  
Heart failure - Dr.Preethi A John  
Infective endocarditis - Dr Preethi John    
Jaundice and Homoeopathy - Dr.Deepesh   
Jaundice - Clinical presentation - Dr.Soumya   
Pneumoconiosis - Dr.Asha V Sasi     
Pneumonia & homoeopathy - Dr.Rekha S   
Pneumonia & homoeopathy - Dr.Rekha S   
Psoriasis & Homoeopathy - Dr Saurabhkumar    
Dialysis & renal transplantation - Rina.C.P   
Typhoid Mary - Dr.Bharat Praveen   
Vitamin D & deficiency diseases - Dr.Akhila G S  
Vitamin D deficiency in India - A marker of malnutrition - Prof.P.K.Sasidharan   
SLE Hematological manifestation, role of diet & life style - Dr Bindiya  
Many faces of Disseminated Intra Vascular Coagulation - Dr kanjaksha Ghosh   
H1N1 influenza - lesson learned from Calicut - Dr Geetha P   
Blood Cell counters - Interpretation of results - Dr Feroze M   
In hospital hyperglycemia management - Dr Chandni R  
Thrombocytopenia - Dr Hitha B   
Epilepsy in the era of new antiepiletics - Dr james Jose   
TIA Risk stratification & management - Dr jayesh Kumar P   
Internal Medcine update 2011 @ Calicut photos  
Severe sepsis - early goal directed therapy - Dr Neeraj Manikath   
Oncological emergencies - Dr Mohammed Shaan  
Non alcoholic liver disease - Dr C G Kamalasanan  
K+ homeostais clinical complications - Dr M Sreelatha   
Approach to dizziness - Dr Sreejith R  
Systamic inflamatory response syndrome - Dr R N Sharma  
Smoking Cessation - Dr Shajit Sadanad  
CPC - Dr P K Sasidharan   
SLE - disease activity, damage, disability assesment & out come - Dr Sandeep K   
Hypertensive emergencies - Dr K G Sajeeth Kumar  pm-hypertension 
Pits and Pitfalls in the diagnosis of acute coronary syndrome - Dr K V Sahasranam   
How to manage COPD effectively - Dr C Ravindran  
Clinical manifestations, prognostic factors & out come of hemotoxic envenomation - Dr Venu P G  
Typhus - Dr Udayabhaskaran V   
Psychiatric manifestation of systemic diseases - Dr N K Thulasidharan   
History of Cancer - through Civilisations - Dr.Sanjoy Kumar Da r 
Homoeopathy & cancer - Dr.Sunirmal Sarkar 
Immune System & Homoeopathy  
Jaundice - Dr.Sr Temy Thomas 
Role of lab investigations in diagnosis - Dr.A.K.Choudry 
Life Style Diseases - Dr. Sr Temy Thomas 
Neoplasm - Dr.Sr Temy Thomas  
Important terms in Oncology - Dr.Sanjoy Kumar Das  
Serum tumor markers - Dr.sanjoy Kumar Tas  

ECG - the basics - Dr.Divya V K P  

Homeopathy General 
Dr. Adolp Lippe  
Dr. Samuel hahnemann and his works 
Dr.Henry C Allen  
Dr.Cyrus Maxwell Boger   
Dr. Alfred Pulford   
Knowledge, Attitude and Practice Regarding Integration of Different Systems of Medicine - Dr. Dinesh R S  
Introduction to homeopathic palliative care - Dr Dinesh R S   
Drug proving - the investigation - Dr Divya Sanal    
National campign on Homeopathy (Malayalam)  
Alopecia and homeopathy - Dr Shivaji Gaur  
Uniqueness of Homoeopathy - Dr.B.P.Panda    
The other song - Dr Rajan Sankaran   
Display this slide in your clinic (malayalam)  

Case Presentations
A case of second degree burns - Dr.Navin Pawaskar 
A case of tonsillitis - Dr.Arpana S Pareek 
A case of CSOM - Dr. Arpana S Pareek 
A case of diabetes mellitus - Dr.Arpana S Pareek 
A case of nasal polyp - Dr.Arpara S Pareek 
A rare case of tuberculoma - Dr Jyotish R Nair 
A rare case of Headache - Dr Aquil kalanad 
A case of recurrent hemoptysis - Dr Faizal U 
A fatal bleed - Dr Shanu P M  

Book Reviews
Key notes of materia medica 
Authors of materia medica 
Master key to homeopathic materia medica by K.C.Bhanja - 
Boger Boenninghausen's repertory - Dr.Arpana S Pareek 
Berridge's eye - Dr.Preethi A John 
Borland's pneumonia - Dr.Arpana S Pareek 
Synoptic Key to materia medica by Boger - Dr.Arpana S Pareek 
Boenninghausen’s Therapeutic Pocket Book - Dr.Aparna S Pareek 
Berridg's complete repertory to eye - Dr.Aparna S Pareek  
Repertory of Homoeopathic Medicines by Pathak - Dr. Arpana S Pareek 
The Homoeopathic Therapeutics of Diarrhoea - Dr.Arpana S Pareek 
Journal NJH - Tubercular diathesis - Dr Ambreesh Pandey 
Kent's repertory of Homeopathic materia medica - Dr Arpana S Pareek 
Kent's repertory of Homeopathic materia medica -Part.2 - Dr Arpana S Pareek 
Pocket Manual of Homoeopathic Materia Medica with Repertory - Dr Arpana S Pareek
Therapeutics of fever  
The Therapeutics Of Intermittent Fever - Dr Arpana S Pareek 
Therapeutics of fever by HC Allen - Dr.Sr Temy Thomas 
Bell's diarrhoea - Dr. Dr Temy Thomas 
Echoes of the Puritans- Gentry's Concordance Repertory - Dr.Ami Kumar Agarwal  
Gentry's Concordances - Dr.Sr Temy Thomas    
Knerr Repertory - Dr.Sr Temy Thomas  
Boerick materia medica & repertory - Dr.Sr Temy Thomas   
Synthesis repertory - Dr.Sr Temy Thomas   

Forensic Medicine & Toxicology
Homeopathy in poisoning and toxicology   
Utility of toxicology in evolution of portrait of a remedy - Dr.Anjali Chodnekar 
Ethics in medical education - Dr.Sreekumari 
Autopsy of bodies with radio active materials - Dr.Mohammed Khaleem Khan 
Ethics for medical educators : fallacies & obligations - Dr.D.Basu 
Legitimacy - Dr.Kaleem Khan

Organon of Medicine
Relationship of materia medica with Organon - Dr.Srinath Rao 
Ancient Egyptian medicine- Dr.Amit Srivastava 
Evaluation of symptoms - Dr Saurabh Kumar  
Hahnemann's organon of medicine in modern time - Dr.Bhushan S Rajguru  

Case taking & Repertorisation 
Correlation of Homeopathic Materia medica & Repertory - Dr.Nitila Desai 
Card repertory - Dr.Arpana S Pareek  
An Overview on Card Repertory with special emphasis to Kishore’s Card - Prof.Krishnendu Maity  
Case processing - Dr.Arpaana S Pareek  
Case taking - Aphorism 83-104 - Dr.Arpana S Pareek  
Complete repertory - Dr. Aisha J Hassan 
How to teach repertory - Dr.S.K.Tiwari  
A concise idea about repertory - Dr Arpana S Pareek 
Method of working out a case with Kent’s Repertory - Dr Arpana S Pareek  
Interpretation of Mind Rubrics in Repertory - Dr Arpana S Pareek 
Prescribing Symptoms - Dr Aparna S Pareek 
Puritan repertories - Dr Arpana S Pareek  
Question Paper Pattern - MUHS Nasik -Repertory - Dr Arpana S Pareek  
Distribution of the topics as per guidelines from CCH syllabus (Repertory) - Dr Arpana S Pareek  
Symptomatology - Dr Arpana S Pareek 
Terminologies in Boerick's repertory - Dr.Aisha J Hassan  
Different terms used in the Repertory - Dr Arpana S Pareek  
Case taking in Homoeopathy - $ 83-104 - Dr.Sr Temy Thomas 
Case taking by Elizabeth Wright - Dr.Sr Temy Thomas 
Utility of repertory in pediatrics - Dr.T.Austin Jose 

Medical/Homeopathic  Research
Research design in Homeopathy - Dr.Prashant Tamboli 
Bio statistics for homoeopaths 
Case control studies 
Role of cohort study in research - Dr.Indu.D 
Descriptive study - Dr Anuja U 
Dispersion in  research
Research possibilities in adeno tonsillar disease - Dr Dinesh R S 
Homeopathy Potentization [Dynamisation] vs e-Biology - Drs. M.V.Ramanamurthy 
Statistical inference - Anish T S 
Measures of Location (Central Tendency) 
Probability in statistics 
Research question - Dr Anuja U 
Randomized controlled trial - Dr.Asha 
Research & development in Homoeopathy - Dr.Amar Sheth 
Application of Basic Research Methods In Homoeopathy - Prof.Chaturbhuja Nayak 
Research protocol - Dr.Anuja .U 
Sampling in medical research 
Statistical Inference 
Study Designs - Dr Anuja U
Test of significance
Writing of report - Dr Indu 
Research methods - Dr.C.Nayak 

A butterfly's lesson 
About money - Chinese method 
Lest We Forget 
How Nuclear Energy Works
Against Media terrorism 

Microbiology & Parasitology
Cestodes - Dr.Sharika K U 
Trichomoniasis & Candidiasis - Hareesh Krishnan 
Streptococcal infection - Dr Preethi A John

Gall stones - Adiya-K-Hamza 
Carcinoma Cervix - Shabna & Anchu Mariam Charly 
Congenital anomalies of Kidney & Ureter - Asmabi.K.P 
Renal neoplasm - Faseela.P 
Lymphogranuloma venerum - Faseela.P 
Renal tuberculosis - Hafsa Muhammed 
Syphillis & transmission - Hafsa Muhammed 
Gonorrhea - Hanan Sideequa.P 
Condyloma accuminata - Kavitha M S 
Retroversion and homoeopathy 
Tuberculosis of the female genital tract - Mohd.Thasneem,Nahrin & Jusna 
Atherosclerosis - Dr.Sr Temy Thomas- atherosclerosis
Cirrhosis of Liver - Dr.Sr Temy Thomas -cirrhosis
Hepatitis - Dr.Sr Temy Thomas -hepatitis 

Homeopathic Therapeutics
Therapeutics in renal disorders- Hanan Siddeequa.P 
Therapeutics in Gynaecology - Lamees T T 
Therapeutics of gonorrhoea - Meghana Sekhar 
Therapeutics of syphilis - Musthabshira T 
Therapeutics for Renal Calculi - Dr Praveen Kumar Rai 

Aids and microbiology 
Anit-retroviral therapy Calicut experience - Dr Sona N 

Anatomy of Kidney - Arathy.C.P 
Cranial fossa and meninges - Dr Shalini G Unnithan 
Cranium - Dr Shalini G Unnithan 
Stomach applied anatomy - Dr Bharat Praveen. S 

Neoplasm of Kidney - Bettina S Pratap 
Hydronephrosis - Aswathi K Sasi 
Pathology & pathogenesis of peptic ulcer - Ajeesha Vasudevan 
Acute surgical infections of kidney - Smitha Mohan 
Treatment of peptic ulcer - Anju Mohan 

Mastoiditis - Dr.Pramod 
Neoplasm of salivary gland - Dr Victor Mashamba 

Physiology & Biochemistry 
Carbohydrate Metabolism - Dr.Shalini G Unnithan 

Effective new born care - must read - Dr.C.Sureshkumar 
Effective management of learning disorders in children (malayalam) - Dr. Leena Jasmin 
Neonatal seizures - Dr Laxman S Sirur 
Functional constipation in child - Dr T D Hemachandran  
Paediatric clinical cases Dr. Shaeli Mishra  

Homeopathic Pharmacy
The Drugs and Magic Remedies (Objectionable Advertisements) - Dr Ram Jyothis  
Commentators in 20th centrury    
Introduction to psychology _ Dr.Sr Temy Thomas 

Community medicine
Relationship between Community medicine and Hanemannian concept of health - Dr Praveen Raj P  

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