Creating Waves of Awareness
We should discuss our cases with repertory analysis.
Dr Sajjad i fully endorse the following,
"One should be able to convert accurately patient’s complaints into repertory language (the most difficult task) "
This is more relevant to Boenninghausen. If this factor is mastered the results can be awe inspiring and satisfying.
Experience is subjective, and many years of practice do not mean experience...what really counts is exposure to many cases (and interest on homeopaths behalf), and cure brought on by correct remedy...so experience is when a homeopath can translate that into succesful case management-prefarably cure or if case is incurable a certain degree of relief to the patient...
So even though experience is subjective, translation of that into succesful cure is objective...then it is a valuable experience...
Proper maintainence of case records & their time to time analysis will provide us a particular way/line of success , weather in skin , in G.I. , in Artheritis , in Eczema , in Respiratory etc.
Then focous on your most successfull & interesting way & practice as a specialist in that subject ( less pt. but good earning).
It is my Professional statement/ way for "How To Evaluate Experience In Homeopathy"
On Non Professional ground we have to take part in various National Health Programmes under Homoeopathic Banner...
Rest, i am still ready to learn..