Complete Repertory by Roger Van Zandvoort is the world’s leading and vast homeopathic repertory and is used by many homeopaths.
Rubric additions, references, cross-references, with such enormous availability of data in Complete Repertory by Roger Van Zandervoot, and with multiple ways to use it, a beginner as a student or practitioner can lose sight of what it all means and how to actually use it. So how will you adopt the world's leading repertory in daily practice?
Complete repertory has been through many subtle changes in its structure, accentuated by cross-references and references to match with modern English and terminology. Roger Van Zandvoort have included clinical additions and taken the repertory one step ahead.
From the first publication of the Complete Repertory and the latest version in 2018, it has undergone metamorphosis to make it widely used repertory tool worldwide. The additions and updates aren't merely to increase the repertory volume but it is about the endeavour for up-to-the mark content and its utility in clinical practice.
In this second session on Complete Repertory, Dr. Dhiraj Nanda will review how you can best use this repertory. It is not only about theory but practical utility as well.
- Sources of Complete Repertory
- Salient features: modern terminology, changes in remedy abbreviations, clinically relevant additions, Boger's general analysis, Mirilli's theme, Anatomical index
- 4 clinical cases:
- Cancer larynx
- Non-Hodgkin lymphoma
- Acute renal failure
- Teratoma of ovary
- How to select the right rubric from Complete Repertory?
- Solutions to improve 'the search of rubrics' in the vast repertory data
- How to sharpen your skills and use the repertory with utmost perfection?
- Insight into analysing cases aptly