This compilation of articles covers the author's method of taking the case, evaluation of symptoms, and repertorisation. The author has included all the key aspects of homeopathic philosophy and prescribing. The book will prove very handy for all students of homeopathy as a quick revision before exams and at the same time will serve as a ready reference for busy practitioners. In short, it covers the theoretical as well as practical knowledge related to the art of homeopathy. A quick revision of the basic principles of homeopathy for students and practitioners alike.
▪ Comprehensive yet brief
• Handy tips to study Materia Medica
• "Dangers of homeopathic prescribing" lists important mistakes commonly done by practitioners
• A chapter on importance of dietetic advice included
• References given for further study in Materia Medica and Philosophy
Elizabeth Wright Hubbard, MD (1896 - 1967) born on February 18, 1896 in New York City. Dr. Hubbard was educated at the Horace Mann School. She was introduced to homeopathy while travelling in Europe after her graduation from Barnard College. In 1917, Dr. Hubbard began her studies at Columbia University's College of Physicians and Surgeons. She was one of the first three women to graduate in 1921. She was also the first female intern at Bellevue Hospital in New York, where she rode the night emergency ambulance. Dr. Hubbard was fortunate to have spent two years in Geneva, Switzerland studying with Pierre Schmidt. Her writings, lectures, and seminars made her reputation on the international level. In 1945, she served as president of the International Hahnemannian Association. From 1959-1961, she was President of the American Institute of Homeopathy, the first woman to hold that post. For many years she was the Editor of the 'Homoeopathic Recorder' and subsequently Editor of the 'Journal of the American Institute of Homeopathy'. Dr. Hubbard also taught at the AFH postgraduate homeopathic school. In the middle of a consultation she had a stroke from which she never recovered. She died 2 days later on May 22, 1967.
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