Vol8 No 8
A Monthly Newspaper published by Dr Manish Bhartiya,
ED- 94, Tagore Garden, New Delhi-27
Cover article: Dr Sushil Vats decries the ongoing feud between Principal, Nehru Hom Medical College, New Delhi and the Executive Committee of CCH. The decision of CCH to issue a public notice that the advertisement by College calling for applications to BHMS admissions was done without CCH permission and so recognition to the College has been withdrawn! This feud has compromised both the institutions. The above public notice seems to have been issued (but without issuing show cause notice to the Delhi state Govt) as the college is stated to be short of regular teachers and run with honorary lecturers. Whatever be the real story, this episode does not augur well for propagation of Homeopathy or for the reputation of Govt Homeopathic colleges.
In his editorial Dr Manish Bhartiya draws attention to the proposal of Delhi allopathic fraternity for conducting regular CME programmes for the allopathic doctors and urges that similar programmes are also very necessary for the homoeopaths. (ICR, NJH and IIHP and others have been conducting such CME's for the past few years at Mumbai, with much benefit to the participants.)
Dr Vinit Monga stresses the importance of obtaining family history while treating chronic diseases; this allows interpretation of the miasmatic background, so necessary to treat pt.
Mental symptoms of Caladium by Dr N Gupta:
Pts who suffer from nocturnal emissions and fear to go to bed.
High sensitivity to noise.
Useful for tobacco poisoning and to remove craving for tobacco.
News item: Dr ML Seghal, founder of the Revolutionalised Homoeopathy was honoured by the Homoeopathic Medical Association, London in April 2000 and presented the certificate of distinction by the Guest of Honour, the great grandson of Dr Samuel Hahnemann.
Excerpts from Dr Jugal Kishore's Book "Evolution of Homoeopathic repertories and repertorisation" which deals with vital aspects of case-taking.
Dr S Haque- some random thoughts on repertories; outlines the philosophical background of Boenninghausen's and Kent's repertories and their limitations.
Vast scope for using the Internet for propagating Homeopathy and honing the skills of homoeopaths.