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scopes and competences

scopes and competences

As with the entire website, the masculine form here implicitly includes the feminine form and is used alone for easier reading

GENERAL OBJECTIVES OF THE SCHOOL

They are important and specified under ethics, objectives and rules of the school



TRAINING OBJECTIVES & SPECIFIC SKILLS


Ayurvedic medicine

Transmission of knowledge and skills required for

a deep understanding of the cosmic, philosophical, spiritual, social, environmental, therapeutic and medical conception of Ayurveda

the integration and practice of Ayurvedic principles in the personal life of the therapist

effective, safe and adequate clinical practice of Ayurvedic medicine in an individual or team practice

formulating an Ayurvedic diagnosis and a treatment line with respect to the specific indications and therapeutic limits

preventive, curative or palliative therapeutic practice at all stages of the Ayurvedic pathological process

the prescription and medicinal preparation of Ayurvedic remedies for internal and external administration, manual therapeutic techniques, invasive treatments, nutritherapy and psycho-spiritual therapy according to the founding principles of Ayurveda in adaptation to realities and needs in the West

comprehensive long-term customer care

the indication between the educational component and the care in the therapeutic process

coordination of teamwork and supervision of Ayurvedic therapists


COMPETENCES


At the end of the training of Ayurvedic medicine the student has the following competences:

establishes the diagnosis in Ayurvedic medicine

develops a therapeutic protocol according to the needs of the client in compliance with indications and contra-indications

practises medicinal prescription internally and externally, nutritherapy lifestyle counseling, psycho-spiritual accompaniment, manual care techniques, deep disposal techniques according to the rules of the traditional art of Ayurveda in adaptation to Western realities

therapeutic approach chosen is explained to the client

makes the medicinal prescription if necessary with individual formulations and according to the rules of the administration in Ayurveda

prepares individual medicinal formulations

explains the prescription and the rules of administration in a clear and useful way to the client

practices all common care techniques in Ayurveda, including invasive techniques (deep disposal treatments)

transmits instructions in nutrition and practical lifestyle that takes into account the constraints and resources of the client

accompanies the client through psycho-spiritual counseling and counseling in a coaching that respects the world's conception and the resources of the client

prescribes and transmits yoga, pranayama and meditation exercises and if indicated, refers the client to a yoga therapist for more in-depth follow-up work

evaluates and adapts his therapeutic protocol at each stage of treatment

supervises the techniques of care with external medicinal application that he delegates to the therapists with whom he collaborates in the same institution

documents his own clinical work in a structured way

ensures a collaborative network with quality Indian institutions that can accommodate the client for hospital treatment

indicates the need for Ayurvedic hospital treatment in India and refers the client

knows the sources of traditional and modern documentation

reads Sanskrit at a level that allows him to understand the content of subjects studied and refers to the traditional literature to refresh and deepen his fundamental and practical understanding of Ayurveda

documents himself on the research and the developments of modern Ayurvedic medicine

ensures his own continuous training thanks to the national and international network to which he has integrated during the training

communicates the principles of Ayurveda and his own role in a transparent and clear way to clients and other health professionals to guarantee a quality of collaboration and optimal cooperation

prepares medical reports and provides concise and clear case presentations

knows the limits of Ayurveda and his own skills and refers the client in time to a doctor or other competent person or institution with whom he continues to collaborate in parallel

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