The key to a good clinician is his observation skills. A clinician can diagnose the patient by implementing a thorough assessment and will only send him for investigations to validate his findings objectively. Being a homoeopathic clinician,observation skills not only help in diagnosing the condition accurately but also helps to identify the right remedial diagnosis for the same.
Unlike in mental symptoms, physical generals and one’s precise observations about the patient cannot give rise to errors as there is no room for subjective interpretation. Dr.Koppikar’s Foundation for Homoeopathy always emphasized on the importance of sharpening our 5 senses and perceptual abilities while assessing a patient. Hence this conference is about honing these skills and making you a distinct clinician.
3rd National Homoeopathy Conference
Time:9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Venue: Hyatt Regency, Chennai:18
Topic Look Beyond
- Awarded Dr.Mahendra Singh Memorial Best Practitioner Award 2018, Kolkata.
- Awarded Best Practitioner Award by Top management Club, Pune.
- Runs a free clinic for Army Personnel in Pune.
- Granted rank of Colonel in Army.
Topic: Extending the boundaries of cancer research
- Former Honourable advisor to Govt. of Tamil Nadu
- Presented papers in International Congresses since 1981
- He is internationally a renowned teacher.
- Author of “A Homoeopathic Approach to Cancer”
Topic: Observe to Understand
- Founder, director, SOVISA homoeopathic Museum, Library and Herbarium, Barginagar, Jabalpur.
- Awarded Indo-Pakistan war medal and Good Service Medal.
- HOD Dept. of Pharmacy, Anushree Homoeopathic Medical College, Jabalpur.
- Conducted Homoeopathic exhibition and lectures on History of Homoeopathy
Topic: Tech Observer
- Managing trustee of Dr.Koppikar’s Foundation for Homoeopathy.
- Chairperson, Advisory Committee, CCRH, Chennai, Pondicherry and Andaman.
- Author of “At Home with Homoeopathy” published in three languages.
- Former Managing Editor Homoeopathy In Practice; Chief Editor of Homoeo Pulse.