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Getting started?????

Posted Sep 10 2011 8:39am



                  

For new Homoeopaths....

     Structure and design of the consultation chamber is the basic factor in starting a successful practice. The size and area of the place never matters. The thing which matters is the accessibility of our tools. Materia medica, repertory and text book of Philosophy should be at hands distance. The textbook of PM should be  in laps. Case record form ready on table top and the ears near to the patient's mouth. Eyes should be very restless, keen to search and discover something valuable from the surroundings. Attendents should be present at times if needed. If using computer, Repertory software and ebooks of Homoeopathy should always be open. A page from MS Word should be ready to note down any thing new and valuable for future references.
          The atmosphere should be Homoeopathic. i. e. decoration, notes, posters etc. whatsoever may be, must be related to Homoeopathy. Hahnemannian oath, master's photos etc. should be there to remember their genius every time the doctor's eyes try to wander to and fro. This will make him more concentrating on the patient. The only motto should be to take the case and then after the repertorization or discussion with materia medicae. He must feel free and bold to discuss with seniors on phone if needed, any time.
       He must have courage to be daring, bold and wise with a craving for learning from every patient, but with patience.
                                    By: Dr. Rajaneesh kumar sharma.
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