M.D. (Homoeopathy) Doctor of Medicine in Homoeopathy

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Doctor of Medicine in Homoeopathy is a Postgraduate Academic Degree which is
awarded for a course or program in Homoeopathy. It is also known as M.D. (Hom.)
which is an abbreviated form of Doctor of Medicine in Homoeopathy degree. The
term M.D. is a Latin word which stands for 'Medicin� Doctor' which means
'Teacher of Medicine'. The duration of Doctor of Medicine in Homoeopathy is 3
years which includes 1 year of house job, during which the candidates shall be
residents in the campus and shall receive training. The 3 years maybe divided
into 6 terms of 6 months each. The emphasis of the course is on in- service
training rather than didactic lectures. The candidate will be required to take
part in seminars, group discussions, clinical meetings and journal club. The
candidate would also be required to write a thesis or dissertation with detailed
commentary which will provide the candidate with necessary background of
training in research. M.D. (Hom.) course includes training meant to produce
world class professionals, practitioners, researchers and excellent teachers in
Homoeopathy. Central Council of Homoeopathy (CCH) is a statutory apex body under
the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Department of Indian Systems of
Medicine & Homoeopathy. CCH prescribes and recognises all Homoeopathic medicine�
education in India; any university or medical institutions desiring to grant a
medical qualification in Homoeopathy is required to apply to the Council, above
all it prescribes course curriculum, evolves standards of education and
maintains central registers of homoeopathy physicians. National Institute of
Homoeopathy, Calcutta, an autonomous organization under the Ministry of Health
and Family Welfare is a model academic institute of Homoeopathy in India. Post
Graduate Education in Homoeopathy was introduced in 1989� The Entrance
Examination for B.H.M.S. course is usually held in June/July every year. Some of
the top Homoeopathic Medicine Schools are National University of Homoeopathy -
Calcutta, University of Health Science - Vijayawada and Rajiv Gandhi University
of Health Sciences - Bangalore.



Eligibility



The eligibility requirement for M.D. (Hom.) is B.H.M.S. degree. The admission is
based on performance at entrance test conducted by various Institutes.



Doctor of Medicine in Homoeopathy
Subjects




There are General and Special subjects in M.D.(Hom.)



General Subjects:


  1. Man in Health (Holistic concept).
  2. Man in Disease (Holistic concept).
  3. History of Medicine, Scientific Methodology, including Research
    Methodology and Statistics.

Special Subjects:


  1. Organon of Medicine and Homoeopathic Philosophy.
  2. Homoeopathic Materia Medica.
  3. Repertory.
  4. Homoeopathic Pharmacy.
  5. Practice Of Medicine.
  6. Paediatrics.
  7. Psychiatry.

A candidate for M. D. (Hom.) can opt for one of the Special Subjects as his
speciality, at the time of admission and the degree shall be awarded in that
speciality.



Doctor of Medicine in Homoeopathy
Specialisations


  • M. D. (Hom.) in Materia Medica.
  • M. D. (Hom.) in Organon of Medicine & Homoeopathic Philosophy.
  • M. D. (Hom.) in Repertory.
  • M. D. (Hom.) in Practice of Medicine.
  • M. D. (Hom.) in Homoeopathic pharmacy.
  • M. D. (Hom.) in Paediatrics.

Who can and Who should pursue Doctor
of Medicine in Homoeopathy Degree




The Doctor of Homoeopathic Medicine degree is a practitioner program meant for
serious students who plan to pursue careers in Homoeopathy. Candidates who are
good listeners, cool and calm, skilled at explaining complex issues in a simple
manner are best suited for pursuing this degree. People who are able to inspire
trust, and form a rapport with all kinds of people and have an analytical mind,
are confident, enthusiastic and energetic to promote and build a practice are
also suited for this holistic medicine field. One should go for higher studies
like M.D. (Hom.) if they want better employment opportunities especially in
teaching field.



Advantages or Benefits of Doctor of
Medicine in Homoeopathy Degree


  • M.D. (Hom.) is a very flexible career option as it can be started later
    in life and one can continue until older age.

  • Homoeopaths can also work part time only or build up a busy practice and
    develop into a full time occupation with earnings increasing with the growth
    of the practice.

  • This herbal alternative medicine has the capability of restoring the
    sick to health by providing quality medical service in a simple, easy,
    harmless, and economic way which can provide real health, happiness and
    peace of mind.

Doctor of Medicine in Homoeopathy
Jobs




With experience, Homoeopaths can move onto running seminars, tutorials, teaching
at colleges/universities or supervising students and other practitioners and
writing articles, books and health journals. They may get involved in
homoeopathic research, or advise manufacturers on the production of homoeopathic
medicines as well.



Employment Areas


  • Clinics.
  • Charitable Institutions.
  • Consultancies.
  • Homoeopathic Pharmacy.
  • Hospitals.
  • Medical Colleges.
  • Pharmacies.
  • Research Institutes.
  • State Dispensaries
  • Training Institutes.

Job Types


  • Doctor.
  • Consultant.
  • Pharmacist.
  • Private practice.
  • Public health specialists.
  • Researchers.
  • Teachers.

M.D. (Homoeopathy) Courses in India


 


Doctorate of Medicine In Alternative Medicine (MDAM)

M.D. (Homoeopathic) (Materia Medica)

M.D. (Homoeopathic) (Paediatrics)

M.D. (Homoeopathic) (Philosophy & organon)

M.D. (Homoeopathic) (Philosophy)

M.D. (Homoeopathic) (Psychiatry)

M.D. (Homoeopathic) (Repertory)

M.D. (Homoeopathic) Practice of Medicine

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