On Saturday 23 April, Dr Banerjea will be delivering a one day workshop entitled 'Improved cases, verified by pathology reports' at Birkbeck College in Bloomsbury.
During this workshop, Subrata will demonstrate that prescriptions are based on materia medica, qualitative totality not quantitative, with emphasis on comparative studies of medicines. He rarely uses repertory in his practice.
Subrata will give a practical re-enforcement of the classical Hahnemannian-Kentian approach, consistent and repeatedly verified, even in the drug dependent case to show how it works! Subrata will share his love and command of materia medica as he present medicines through personification, gestures, postures and so on. Subrata explained "The workshop will show delegates how to be a confident prescriber with 200 plus years of a time tested, scientific, easily comprehensible and non-confusing straight forward classical approach of combining miasms, totality and essence."
Subrata inherits his passion for homoeopathy through four generations of ancestral homoeopaths. During the day he will generously share lots of ancestral case stories and clinical tips
See what previous delegates have to say about Subrata's teaching.
"I was getting confused by different methodologies. Did Dr. Banerjea's Post Graduate course and learnt a clear approach to prescribing by including miasms and totality with a good knowledge in materia medica."
"Subrata uses extensively the century old lesser known organopathic medicines like Helonius, Tanacetum, Verbena in depression; Amyl Nit., Epiphegus, Melilotus, Onosmodium, Usnea for migraine to handle the acute situations. He taught me this practical method which gives me patient confidence in homoeopathy within 2nd follow-ups. Simple, classical but practical homoeopathy, which works brilliantly."
"Subrata took me back to the basics and gave me a foundation of clinical, comparative and behavioural materia medica."