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Practitioners and physicians : training modules

Practitioners and physicians : training modules


PRACTITIONERS (non-physicians)


=> Training of 3440 hours including 1140 classroom hours, 1700 hours of guided supervised training, and 600 hours of clinical internship.

1st year: Base module - Fundamentals of Ayurveda

Course Content :

Origin, philosophy, anatomy-physiology-pathology in Ayurveda, diagnosis in Ayurveda, nutrition, lifestyle, pharmacology and study of plants, fundamentals of psychology, fundamentals of general medicine (kaya cikitsa). An introduction to Ayurvedic alchemy (rasa shastra), toxicology (agada tantra), surgery (shalya tantra), reproductive medicine (vajikarana tantra), prevention of aging and regeneration (rasayana tantra), yoga and Sanskrit Structure of courses (dates see schedule) :

March

One-week introductory course in Switzerland

July

3-week block course in India

November - December

4-week block course in India

March - April

2-week block course in Switzerland

Examination of Base Module

in August during first seminar of second year in India



2nd and 3rd year : Clinical module

Study of pathologies and treatment lines according to the traditional classification

Course Content :

Pathological process, diagnosis and treatment lines in Ayurvedic medicine for classical and modern diseases in the field of general and internal medicine, ENT, gynaecology and paediatrics. Sanskrit and Yoga.

Structure of courses (dates see schedule) :

August

3-week block course in India

January

3-week block course in India

March - April

1-week block course in Switzerland

Examination of Clinical Module I - III

at the beginning of the 3rd year

Final examination

at the end of the practical internship of at least 600 h (12 weeks)



PHYSICIANS



=> Training of 2685 h including 930 h of class room hours, 1755 h of guided supervised training including 300 h of clinical internship.

1st year: Base module - Fundamentals of Ayurveda

Course Content :

Origin, philosophy, anatomy-physiology-pathology in Ayurveda, diagnosis in Ayurveda, nutrition, lifestyle, pharmacology and study of plants, fundamentals of psychology, fundamentals of general medicine (kaya cikitsa) An introduction to Ayurvedic alchemy (rasa shastra), toxicology (agada tantra), surgery (shalya tantra), reproductive medicine (vajikarana tantra), prevention of aging and regeneration (rasayana tantra), yoga and Sanskrit

Structure of courses (dates see schedule) :

March

One-week introductory course in Switzerland

July

3-week block course in India

November - December

4-week block course in India

March - April

2-week block course in Switzerland

Examination of Base Module

in August during first seminar of second year in India



2nd year : Clinical module

Study of pathologies and treatment lines according to the traditional classification

Course Content :

Pathological process, diagnosis and treatment lines in Ayurvedic medicine for classical and modern diseases in the field of general and internal medicine, ENT, gynaecology and paediatrics. Sanskrit and Yoga.

Structure of courses (dates see schedule) :

August

3-week block course in India

January

3-week block course in India

March - April

1-week block course in Switzerland

Examination of Clinical Module I - III

at the beginning of the 3rd year



3rd year: Clinical specialization module - clinical study in a field of specialization

Course Content :

Study and deepening of clinical situations and clinical practice training in a specialized field (which may be general or internal medicine for a general practitioner or internist). Sanskrit and Yoga.

Organization of courses:

Individual or small group courses lasting 4 weeks organized according to the availability of students and teachers in one of the partner hospitals in India. Students follow a teaching medicine in their daily practise at the hospital. They receive daily teaching periods in relation to tables and clinical practice in their area of specialization, follow specific cases and document themselves under the supervision of the teaching physician. They write a thesis on a chosen and thorough theme during this course.

Final examination: at the end of the practical internship of at least 300 h (6 weeks)



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