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Course Outcomes – Repertory (III BHMS)

Students should be able to

CO1

acquire knowledge on basics of repertory, its classification and its role in homoeopathic treatment of patients

Knowledge

CO2

identify the structure and classification of repertories

Understanding

CO3

develop understanding on different repertories proposed by Kent, Boenninghausen, Boger-Boenninghausen on philosophical background, structure, concept of repertorisation, adaptability, scope and limitations.

Understanding

CO4

identify the methods, techniques in repertorisation, its steps and language of repertories.

Understanding

CO5

identify and recognise the relationship between repertory – with the organon of medicine and materia medica

Understanding

CO6

acquaint skills in converting symptoms into rubrics and repertorisation using different repertories

Skill

CO7

acquaint skills in case taking and case processing with the help of repertory

Skill

 

Course Outcomes – Repertory (IV BHMS)

Students should be able to

CO1

compare different repertories proposed by Kent’s, Boenninghausen’s, Boger-Boenninghausen’s, etc.

Understanding

CO2

identify the role of card repertories, other mechanical aided repertories, concordance repertories, clinical repertories, modern thematic repertories, regional           repertories and different softwares in homoeopathic practice.

Understanding

CO3

familiarise with basic knowledge of computers, the functions of different software and expert systems.

Understanding

CO4

acquaint skills in determination of treatment based on symptoms with aid of       various repertories including homoeopathic software.

Skill

CO5

acquaint skills of conversion of symptoms into rubrics developing communication, counselling skills and creating new repertories and rubrics.

Skill

CO6

Integration of case taking knowledge in various disciplines

Skill


Programme Specific Outcomes of M.D (Homoeopathy) – Repertory

Post Graduate students in Repertory should:

PSO1

be able to recognise the importance of repertory in the context of homoeopathic prescriptions.

PSO2

be able to practice repertorization based on the principles of homoeopathy.

PSO3

develop competencies in case taking and case analysis using different approaches

PSO4

familiar with ICT based expert system of homoeopathic softwares and its implications in homoeopathic treatment

PSO5

develop competencies in understanding body language and linguistics

PSO6

develop competency in making new repertories

PSO7

conduct systematic research on validation of existing repertories.


Course Outcomes – M.D. (Homoeopathy) – Repertory

Post Graduate students in Homoeopathy should be able to:

CO1

acquire knowledge of case taking in different circumstances

Knowledge

CO2

develop understanding the philosophical construction of different authors in case taking.

Understanding

CO3

integrate knowledge of clinical and diagnostic aspects of medicine in case taking

Understanding

CO4

Develop knowledge on basic, modern, clinical and rare repertories

Knowledge

CO5

possess analytical mind in resolving the problems of cases

Skill

CO6

develop skill in converting the symptoms of the patient into rubrics

Application

CO7

Practice repertorisation ethically by adhering the principles and philosophy of homeopathy.

Application

CO8

Skill in using information communication technology in repertorisation and  patient  management

Skill

CO9

recognises the need of repertories in context with homoeopathic prescription

Application

CO10

develop  accurate skill in observing and recording the cases

Skill

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