My Practice – Acute prescribing within the concept of case management and remedy relationships

  27 Feb 2023

  12.30-13.30

Online live lunchtime event (via Zoom) - Society members only. My Practice - Acute prescribing within the concept of case management and remedy relationships - Monday, 27th February - 12.30pm-1.30pm

Live lunchtime event for Society members

Free to registered members

Student Clinical and Student Plus members – 2 free events per year of membership – £19 for extra events

Student Essentials – £19 each event

With Angela Crompton RSHom and Jacqueline Panakis RSHom, authors of popular book ‘Stepping into practice’

Angela and Jacqueline share over 16 years experience of thriving practices and Angela has a particular experience of treating patients with acutes.

The aim of this workshop is to build upon the concept of remedy relationships in homeopathy for acute prescribing.   Delegates should leave the session with a greater understanding of acute work.

Angela and Jacqueline will present a real life case of a patient with an Anacardium constitution.

Angela and Jacqueline will highlight how an acute illness presents with a procession of symptoms, all of which have to be followed with different prescriptions within remedy relationships according to the patient’s constitution.  They will demonstrate the process of identifying the appropriate remedy/remedies.

It is recommended that you attend the session with your repertory books and if you have them, Robin Murphy’s Materia Medica and Dr Abdur Rehman’s Encyclopedia of Remedy Relationships as Angela and Jacqueline will be referring to these throughout.

Jacqueline and Angela will also provide a brief overview of a case covered at our recent 2022 graduate workshop.   You don’t need to have seen the graduate workshop to benefit from this session, but registered members can log into the members area of the website and navigate to My Professional Development/CPD Hub to view it.

This workshop is the first of two sessions that Angela and Jacqueline will be running on acute prescribing.  The second workshop will take place on 19th April – details and booking information will follow shortly.

 

 

 

 

Booking

  • Society members only

The Society has the right to change the workshop programme.

 

 

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