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DEPARTMENT OF REPERTORY

 

LEARNING METHODS

 

I.    ONE WAY TEACHING METHODS

 

Team Teaching

          In the evening hours the students are divided into five groups & classes on selected topics are given.

Demonstration

          Demonstration of cases,  Card repertorisation and computer repertorisation are done frequently to enhance the learning process

Lecture With Audio Visual Aids

          Majority of the theory hours are conducted in this method

II.   TWO WAY INTERACTIONS


Tutorials

          Tutorials are conducted weekly once by dividing the students into 5 groups

Group Discussions

          The students are given opportunity for interaction through Group discussions

Question Answer Techniques

          Question Answer Techniques are also applied to improve the learning outcome

Seminars

           Different topics are given to different group of students for improving student’s learning process

Case Presentation

           Student is given opportunity for case presentation in the evening hours

 

III.    LEARNING BY DOING

 

Self Study

          In the quiz certain questions on recent changes in the field of repertory are included to induce self directed learning. Open Book examination is also conducted to improve learning

Practical Exercise

           Rubrics hunting exercises are given to the students for proper learning of repertory.

Assignment

            Different topics are given to improve student’s learning process

Training In Computer Softwares

            Training in Computer Softwares is given to different group of students for getting training in computer repertorisation.

IV.    EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

 

By case taking in the OPD and IPD student get opportunity to understand  the difficulties faced while taking the case, what to ask and how to interrogate, understand the individual and analyse the case. When practicing with different and various cases the student becomes a master over the art.

 

V.     INTEGRATE/ INTERDISCIPLINARY LEARNING

 

This method of learning is employed in case taking and repertorisation by discussing on various approaches towards a case, application of organon and philosophies by the masters, rising new questions and problem solving methods and finding out the needed explanations which gives deeper understanding and knowledge. It is done by connecting the knowledge of organon, materia medica, repertory and disease knowledge. It deepens the learning experience.

  

VI.      PARTICIPATORY LEARNING

 

              By the end Workshops are conducted to enhance learning process. The student is given a case and various methods and approaches toward a case are discussed. This is done as a group work where interaction and sharing of ideas plays a major role. of the work shop the student would have gained lots of learning experience and deeper ideas in the subject.

 

VII.     PROBLEM SOLVING METHODOLOGIES

 

                Case discussions and the analysis of clinical decisions impart problem solving methods

 

VIII.   PATIENT-CENTRIC AND EVIDENCE-BASED LEARNING

 

          Students are being trained in case receiving and case taking in OPD and IPD. By observing the improvement of the patients in OPD and IPD students are able to know the prognosis of a case and the effectiveness of the remedy selected after repertorisation.

 

IX.      PROJECT-BASED LEARNING

 

          Assignments on different topics related to various repertories are given to the students and they learn through it.

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