Please contribute by sending your materials/you tube links
Homeopathy is not slow acting – Dr Sreevals G Menon
Monsoon Fever- Homeopathy management Part 1 – Dr G Sivaramakrishnan
Monsoon Fever- Homeopathy management Part 2 – Dr G Sivaramakrishnan
Dr Nazarulla’s TV Programmes for Public awareness
Thyroid and Homoeopathy
Speech on Rainy diseases
Conjunctivitis : https://youtu.be/_J2Pfgj-3MI
Food in thyroid : https://youtu.be/tMWVrWY8rIE
Goitre in pregnancy : https://youtu.be/A8BkvrLpQYQ
Fever and Homeopathy treatment : https://youtu.be/5s5-ui-yFYA
Fever and Homeopathy treatment| Part 2 : https://youtu.be/zp_KUZkZsRo
Vertigo and Homoeopathy : https://youtu.be/jR3Hy-J-cKw
Vertigo and Homoeopathy Part 2 : https://youtu.be/GzvcygA1290
Indigestion and Homoeopathic management : https://youtu.be/s4GhtgHjCyw
Indigestion and Homoeopathic management Part 2 : https://youtu.be/9oHTMv40YJk
Diarrhoea and Homoeopathic management : https://youtu.be/cHEklQs01Q8
Diarrhoea and Homoeopathic management Part II : https://youtu.be/F97Zo5xKDFE
Poor appetite in children : https://youtu.be/rNE8LSzF7eA
Poor appetite in children part2 : https://youtu.be/b_ZLKsQ258c
Poor apetite in children Part 3 : https://youtu.be/5xZOWrtcsmM
Cholesterol and Homoeopathy : https://youtu.be/XfJdpP4frgg
Cholesterol and Homoeopathy Part 2 : https://youtu.be/9SNLhODWcUI
Nasal congestion in children and homoeopathy : https://youtu.be/XQpGxmKrxi4
Nasal congestion in children and homoeopathy Part 2 : https://youtu.be/GHvgjL-4u6c
Diseases of ear nose and throat : https://youtu.be/IPSSrp3uST4
Diseases of ear nose and throat Part 2 : https://youtu.be/ANf-dKAlnUY
Hepatitis and homoeopathy : https://youtu.be/2kiIlT6Ap6g
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.
IEC interventions should involve the active participation of the target audience and adopt channels, methods and techniques that are familiar to their world view.
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).
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