Materials for public awareness in Homoeopathy & Health – English
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Community paediatrics and National Health Programs – Dr. Sr. Binymol Aney Kurian
Taking homoeopathy to the grassroots through community health volunteer (CHV) programme –Dr Bipin Jain
Community-based model outreach programme in mother and child care through homoeopathy. Manoj Patel
Organizing Homoeopathic services for the Mother and Child in a tribal community: Defining the Structure and Function of a Community -Dr Chandrasekhar Goda
Public health and Homoeopathy – a model for primary care physicians – Omar Matuk Villazon
Evolving and sustaining Tripartite PPPs Central and State Governments with a Homoeopathic NGO) p for establishing successful Community based Health Programmes through Homoeopathy – Dr. Anoop Nigwekar
Homeopathy in public health – Dr Eswara Das
- Acute Bronchitis in Children
- Anxiety and Fears in Pregnancy
- Behavior Problems in Children
- Common Breast Artwork
- Constipation Child
- Dentition Problem in Children
- Learning Disabilities
- Adenoid Tonsillitis
- Bronchial Asthma
- Commom Cold
- Constipation Pregnancy
- Diarrhoea in Children
- Infant Colic
- Sinusitis in Children
Homoeopathy in chikungunya
What is IEC?
Information, Education and Communication (IEC) in health programmes aims to increase awareness, change attitudes and bring about a change in specific behaviours – effectively utilised for creating awareness about Homeopathy among the public.
IEC means sharing information and ideas in a way that is culturally sensitive and acceptable to the community, using appropriate channels, messages and methods. It is therefore broader than developing health education materials, because it includes the process of communication and building social networks for communicating information.
Health information can be communicated through many channels to increase awareness and assess the knowledge of different populations about various issues, products and behaviours.
Channels might include interpersonal communication (such as individual discussions, counselling sessions or group discussions and community meetings and events) or mass media communication (such as radio, television and other forms of one-way communication, such as brochures, leaflets and posters, visual and audio visual presentations and some forms of electronic communication).
Please contribute by sending your materials to firstname.lastname@example.org
SPEAKING FRANKLY,….ITS ONLY SHAME, IF U WANT DO SOME THING FOR SAKE OF HOMOEOPATHY, U MAY TRY FOR VACANCIES FOR HOMOEOPATHIC DOCTORS IN PHC/NRHM/PALIKA/NAGARPALIKA /MAHANAGPALIKA. ITS ONLY DISASTER FOR HOMOEOPATHY. HOW U CAN TRY FOR A THING (ALLOPATHY) TO WHAT FATHER OF HOMOEOPATHY OPPOSES HIS LIFE.