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Sunday, September 30, 2018

Training for Documentaion,Analysis and Research in Homeopathy under KGHMOA flagged off

Training for Documentaion,Analysis and Research in Homeopathy under KGHMOA flagged off
The Kerala Government Homeopathic Medical Officer's Association has entered a new venture to document and later on publish valuable research papers for the up-liftment of homeopathy. Homeopathy has been accepted by a large number of population and is widely practiced through out India. Kerala is a homeopathic hub for the homeopathic system.

Though homeopathy was founded by Dr Hahnemann 200 yrs ago and cases has been illustrated in wide range of books, the documentation has not been as perfect when considering the present scenario. There has been utter lack of documentations in major scientific journals including pubmed,Scopus,Web of science. KGHMOA has taken a huge task to document cases and in-turn publish some valid documents in the coming years. 
The first step has taken place by imparting a well planned training to the doctors of the special project in various government hospitals.The event was named DART-H( Documentation,Analysis and Research Training in Homoeopathy). The Event which took place today at Ernakulam was inaugurated by the District Medical Officer -Dr Leena Rani, The president of KGHMOA presided the function, Dr Vinu Krishnan ( scientific Convener) and Dr Boban J (Secretary KGHMOA) spoke on the occasion. The classes were conducted by Dr.Gopikrishan.J PhD of Amritha Centere for nano sciences , Kochi. I small session was also handled by Dr.Subhadra K T MD(Hom), PhD the Associate professor Dr Padiar Memorial Homoeopathic Medical college Ernakulam. 
The sessions were very informative and the process of documentation and its importance were discussed and conveyed to the participants. The training has been proposed as 3 class series of which the first was conducted at Karthika Residency, Ernakulam

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