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Learn how to use Bookmarks In RadarOpus to:
- Save any location in a Repertory or Reference text for easy retrieval and navigation throughout the program
- A great teaching and learning tool
- Create customised Shortcuts to your favourite and most used repertories
Take a tour around Suggesta with Luke Norland.
- Understand the USP of Suggesta!
- See what kind of additions have been made by Dr Mangialavori.
- See new remedy indications based on 3 decades of clinical practice.
- Learn how to combine cross reference and sub rubrics.
- Use Bookmarks to create shortcuts add your own notes.
Origen de RadarOpus - Software de Homeopatía Porque RadarOpus, las principales ventanas Explicación de la interface del RadarOpus:
b) Materia Médica
E) Familias Ayuda en línea como acceder a Live Support.
Repertorio Synthesis explicación del manejo de idiomas.
Como repertorizar Nuevas configuraciones
- Table of contents of: Repertory, References, Patients, Remedies, Families.
- Different windows (Tabs)
- Hot keys: Alt 1, Alt 2, Alt 3.
- Check the Default settings for your country (ask for the best settings for your country)
- Two methods to save the symptom clipboards (the Analysis)
This tutorial explains the RadarOpus Content Updater (available from v 2.1.9).
Please see also longer full tutorial version.
With the Content Updater you can download: Freenotes, Documents, Repertory additions
For more information about RadarOpus homeopathic software please visit: www.radaropus.com
In diesem Tutorial werden verschiedene Funktionen der Analyse bzw. Repertorisation gezeigt. Symptome bewerten (Faktor/Gewichtung/Unterstreichung), Sortieren der Symptomenablage, Umbennen von Symptomenablagen, verschiedene Methoden / Strategien aufrufen.
Master the art of searching your RadarOpus library in this 25 minute webinar. You will learn: how to perform a proximity search in the Materia Medica; how to make a graph from your search; how to compare remedies side by side; how to search for single remedy rubrics; how to find only clinically confirmed symptoms. Also - learn how to copy & paste rubrics and materia medica for assignments, teaching or research.
ANALYZE REMEDIES & FAMILIES ON THE FLY!
• With 92 Themes and over 850 individual rubrics, this supplement to Synthesis will help you find & analyze classical & modern remedies & families - with speed & simplicity!
• Developed by carefully combining cross-referenced Mind rubrics in Synthesis that express a similar meaning.
• Featuring additions of new remedies from contemporary Hahnemannian provings as well as remedy families.
• New remedies have been added by researching each theme throughout the provings available in RadarOpus.
• The Thematic Repertory does the hard work of grouping similar Mind rubrics for you!
In diesem Tutorial werden die Funktionen des Analyse (Repertorisartions) Bildschirms erklärt.
- Schaltflächen und Funktionen
- Auswertung nach verschiedenen Kriterien
- Bewertung des Analyseergebnisses
- Intensität der Symptome
- Aufrufen verschiedener Analysemethoden
Learn why you should consider RadarOpus in your quest for the ultimate homeopathic program for your practice! Matt gives an overview of the general functions of RadarOpus, highlighting its interface and features, focusing on the robust search functionality and how to perform a case analysis. You will see just how quickly and easily you can find the best rubrics for a case and perform your homeopathic work in RadarOpus software.
Master RadarOpus Homeopathic Software in this 80 minute training session with none other than Dr Frederik Schroyens - editor of Synthesis Repertory and Head of the Scientific team at RadarOpus. Learn how and why you should make additions + Learn new ways of interpreting and analyzing a case. Frederik deftly explains the different ways of analyzing and interpreting patient information, including some contemporary methods. He will show how these different approaches can be performed easily in RadarOpus.
RadarOpus bietet umfangreiche Möglichkeiten für den homöopathischen Praktiker. Von der einfachen Repertorisation, Krankenakten und Patientenverwaltung, verschiedene Module (z.B. Bönninghausen Modul, Heiner Frei Modul, Giampietro, Ortega, Scholten) bis hin zu einer der umfangreichsten Sammlung digitaler Arzneimittellehren (Materiae medicae) in deutscher, englischer und anderen Sprachen.
This introduction to the features and content of RadarOpus will guide you in understanding the layout and core functionality of the Homeopathic software of choice for many professionals across the globe. From securely storing patient data, to searching for symptoms, repertorising and analysing a case. You will learn how to navigate through the program using the tabbed layout, as well as looking up symptoms in multiple repertories, keynotes and materia medica from a vast array of different authors from both the classical and contemporary eras.
Versenden der Symptomenablage mit der vollständigen Repertorisation inklusive des Symptomentextes und der Arzneimittel
Versenden der Symptomenablage nur mit dem Symptomentext (ohne Arzneimittel und ohne Repertorisationsergebnis)
Versenden der Symptomenablage mit dem Symptomentext und den Arzneimitteln aber ohne Repertorisationsergebnis
Einführung in die verschiedenen Möglichkeiten der Suche von Symptomen
- Suche mit mehreren Suchbegriffen
- Suche mit Wortfragmenten
- Suche mit ganzen Worten
- Suche im gesamten Repertorium
- Suche in Teilbereichen des Repertoriums
- Suche in Kapiteln
This quick guide will walk you through some of the latest features to be implemented in RadarOpus 2.2.16.
• Hide / Filter Remedies & Families in the Analysis
• One click to show / hide Toolbar & Clipboards
• New button to load QJURE.com (Jan Scholten's encyclopedic website)
In this brand new video we take a closer look at the new features, functions & modules in the latest version of RadarOpus 2.2!
• Degroote Energetic Remedy Picture (Optional payable add-on).
• Vervarcke Family Finder Module (Optional payable add-on).
• Hide Remedies in the Analysis Tool (Included!).
• Search & combine all documents into a custom rubric. Use your whole library as a repertory to find small remedies more easily (Included!).
RadarOpus - Innovating Homeopathy through Technology!
This video provides an introduction to the concepts of the 2nd and 3rd dimension. Learn how to use this module to help define a group of remedies that match the vital sensation and core experience of your patient. Call upon Anne's vast clinical experience and knowledge of families and small remedies to help in your Homeopathic casework.
Explore this new Repertory for Veterinarian Homeopaths by Richard Pitcairn and Wendy Jensen. This is built upon the ultra-reliable structure of the Boger-Boenninghausen Repertory, which has been streamlined to make it more specific for use with animals or non-verbal patients. The cross references are particularly helpful, and can be easily combined using RadarOpus' built-in features.
This 80 minute Webinar will give you a very practical grounding in using the VES Module in RadarOpus. With case examples, user tips and a guide to the do's and dont's, you will learn more about this most advanced analysis module whether you are a newcomer or seasoned user.
Discover The Therapeutic Pocketbook by Boenninghausen
It is distinctly different from Kent's repertory.
Proving symptoms are divided into their locations, sensations, modalities etc so that you can reassemble the constituent parts back together when you repertories a case.
This tutorial demonstrates the different ways of combining rubrics in Opus. Learn about the differences between combining & grouping in the Analysis window. See how to combine cross references directly from the repertory. You can also group rubrics directly from the Search window using the new Hotkey. This makes your workflow much faster and more streamlined.
Learn how to use the new function in Opus 2.1 which gives you the freedom to turn any materia medica source into a custom rubric. Even modern repertories are an ongoing project, and not every remedy is listed where it should be. With this technique, you will never miss a small remedy again! So long as you can find the remedy in a reference text, you can add it to your repertorisation.
Get an overview of your practice with our new visual charts which provide statistical feedback on patients, pathology and prescriptions. Learn how to search within the patient file and export your findings to an Excel document. You can search for symptoms, intensity, pathology and many other criteria
Learn how to add rubrics with their cross references in a single step to each segment. The module's analysis algorithm will filter out any remedy that does not occur in at least one rubric present in every segment. The totality will then have to be covered by the remedies shown. Small & Medium remedies come through alongside the Polycrests to increase your chances of seeing all the possible remedy candidates.
Learn how to create a cross reference from the Materia Medica to Synthesis, so next time you are reading through the document you can jump straight to the repertory. These additions can be stored as a logfile and shared with your friends who also use RadarOpus!
Looking at the excellent contributions of Roger Morrison and George Vithoulkas.
The former's Desktop companion to physical pathology and the latter's Expert system are two inspiring and practical modules that can help you improve your repertory and analysis skills.
Search your whole library & extract a graphical analysis from your findings. This is a great way to supplement traditional repertorial work, allowing you to search for words your patient has used throughout your library of Materia Medica, Clinical cases, Journals and Provings.
An explanation about the important work that the Homeopathic Research Institute (HRI) does. About the resources you can find on the website, what to reply to skeptics, and what you can do to help!
An introductory video with Richard Pitcairn and Wendy Jensen, Authors of the New World Veterinary Repertory.
Click here for more information on the Author(s) and the repertory
Frans Vermeulen on one of his latest works "Source & Substance" available in RadarOpus from version 2.1.
SOURCE & SUBSTANCE identifies 4275 remedies as to their source [what they are made of] and as to their properties & characteristics as a substance.
Frederik Schroyens explains which symptoms should be considered as a basis for additions in Synthesis.
Criteria for additions from chronic and acute cases compared.
Criteria for additions from provings.
At last, a schema how to set degrees of newly added symptoms without creating a bias in the repertory analysis.
Use mouse to find, take, analyze, save and recall the repertory symptoms; save analysis to a new patient file; open patient file and recall analysis; add prescription and pathology; open RadarOpus using the password (usefuleness); compare aloe and glon in vertigo; add evaluation to the patient file; send case to Clificol
Source information, such as Materia Medica text, is linked to the Synthesis addition in a bidirectional way: also the MM symptom shows you to which Synthesis symptom(s) this text has been added.
At last, how to delete a remedy or a reference that was added.
Search your whole library & extract a graphical analysis from your findings. This is a great way to supplement traditional repertorial work, allowing you to search for words your patient has used throughout your library of Materia Medica, Clinical cases, Journals and Provings.The repertory isn’t perfect, sometimes there are rubrics where you feel a remedy is missing but should certainly belong in that rubric based on the materia medica.
Therefore, you’ll be able to see the lesser known remedies appearing in your analysis alongside the polycrests that dominate rubrics in the repertory. You can also stick to the exact language the patient uses rather than translating into rubric speak.Search your whole library & extract a graphical analysis from your findings. This is a great way to supplement traditional repertorial work, allowing you to search for words your patient has used throughout your library of Materia Medica, Clinical cases, Journals and Provings.The repertory isn’t perfect, sometimes there are rubrics where you feel a remedy is missing but should certainly belong in that rubric based on the materia medica.
Therefore, you’ll be able to see the lesser known remedies appearing in your analysis alongside the polycrests that dominate rubrics in the repertory. You can also stick to the exact language the patient uses rather than translating into rubric speak.
This is a FREE webinar that launched on August 16th, 2016 with Australian homeopath, George Dimitriadis. In this video, George highlights the history and philosophy behind TBR2. In addition, he introduces the concept and construct of Boenninghausen's Repertorial Method.
This tutorial shows how to save and recall clipboards (outside of the patient file). And also how to export the analysis to send to an other RadarOpus user.
There are several ways to save the symptom clipboards.
See also the tutorial how to save the symptom clipboards to the patient file.