CE: Homeopathic Case Analysis and Repertorization

Lisa Amerine, ND, DHANP
Eli Camp, ND, DHANP, VNMI
Recorded CE – Available August 28th, 2023
6 hours general CE, NANCEAC approved

A 6-hour continuing education that covers homeopathic case analysis and repertorization. 

This course will be for those interested in increasing their skill level when it comes to analyzing and identifying the central point, or the genius, of a case. We will discuss the language of the repertory and how it relates to modern times and help participants gain skills to navigate and utilize the repertory to produce a list of remedies to differentiate in materia medica.

This course answers questions such as: How does one determine the central point, or the genius, of the case? What are the most important pieces of information to use for prescribing? How does one organize the information so that the best symptoms to repertorize clearly emerge?

Included in the class is time with Drs. Amerine and Camp live for one hour per month for 3 months post-event to discuss case analysis and repertorization.

$249.00

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This six-hour, two-part Homeopathic Case Analysis and Repertorization continuing education class is designed to help homeopathic practitioners become better at case analysis and repertorization. Often, the quickest and most complete treatment success hinges on a case analysis that guides a practitioner’s repertorization. Knowing how to analyze a case properly and accurately repertorize can lead more quickly to the most similar remedy, shorten the time spent on case management and improve clinical outcomes from the first prescription.

In many, if not most cases, the amount of information collected is voluminous, sometimes even more than needed.  Often a practitioner ends up with 10+ pages of notes, and when they sit down to study the case, the analysis can be difficult. How does one determine the central point, or the genius, of the case? What are the most important pieces of information to use for prescribing? How does one organize the information so that the best symptoms to repertorize clearly emerge?

In Case Analysis and Repertorization participants will:

  • Learn to confidently and effectively analyze the case.
  • Learn to pick out the central point, the genius, of the case.
  • Understand the language of the repertory and how it relates to modern times.
  • Gain skills to navigate and utilize the repertory to produce a list of remedies to differentiate in materia medica.

This learning session includes both lecture and interactive exercises and comprehensive handouts. Attendees will have an opportunity during the interactive exercises to try their hand at case analysis and repertorization receiving live feedback on the spot. The entire session will be recorded and available without an expiration date. 

In addition to 6 hours of class time with Drs. Amerine and Camp, there is a post-event, live zoom call once a month for 3 months following the session. This is optional and does not offer CE. These are live sessions where you can come and talk about case analysis and repertorization, they are also recorded and uploaded to course materials. The date and time of the post-event calls will be determined once registration closes, but will likely be on a Saturday morning in May, June and July.

This class is taught by Lisa Amerine, ND, DHANP and Eli Camp, ND, DHANP, VNMI. Drs. Amerine and Camp have over 35 years of collective clinical experience with a specialty in classical homeopathy. In addition to private practice, they have taught academically, as part of various programs, presented at conferences and run private homeopathic trainings. This class is part of a series of continuing education, the first of which was Case Taking offered in 2022, and while helpful, is not a prerequisite. The last two classes, Remedy Differentiation and Case Management are forthcoming in 2023 and early 2024.

Schedule

Part 1

3 hours

 

30 minutes Introductions and a review of complete case and symptoms, repertory and materia medica
20 minutes Defined and importance of
20 minutes Case analyzing techniques; differentiate FA/acute and chronic symptoms
10 minutes  Break
1 hour, 40 minutes Cases – interactive case analysis
Homework case assigned for Part 2

 

Part 2

3 hours

 

30 minutes What is repertorizing?
The general role of, or use of repertorizing and how it is used differently depending on skill/experience level – e.g. beginner, intermediate, advanced
Different repertories brief overview
Translate everyday words into the language of the repertory
Translate modern-day language into archaic, Yasgurs
1 hour Repertorization of 2 acute cases
10 minutes Break
35 minutes  Repertorization of homework case: review symptoms and rubrics
45 minutes  Navigating the repertory – finding rubrics (Synthesis, Mac Rep (Synergy), Boericke, TBR2, Manual
Using Rep and MM together  
Gathering additional information when needed
Differentiation, a brief discussion
30 minutes  Ongoing help and support (WWHD, HANP, Journal Group)

 

Learning objectives

  • Learn to confidently and effectively analyze the case.
  • Identify the central point, the genius, of the case.
  • Gain skills in navigating the repertory to produce a more accurate remedy differential.
  • Understanding the archaic language of the repertory and how it relates and translates to modern times.
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