CME program organised by Schwabe India at Kolkata
Kolkata is the place where the use of homoeopathy is at the top in the country. The state was the first to constitute a Homoeopathic State Faculty in 1943. When we at Schwabe India thought of conducting a CME program, it was Kolkata which came to our mind first. Schwabe India succeeded in organising the CME on 13th September 2015 at the Hotel Hindusthan International, Kolkata. The program was attended by around 250 homoeopaths. Honourable Justice Mr. Asok Kumar Ganguly had graced the occasion as Chief Guest and Dr. D. B. Sarkar, AD(H), Dr. Anjali Chatterjee Regional Research Institute for Homoeopathy, under CCRH, was the Guest of Honour. In the beginning Mr. V. B. Shukla, National Sales Manager of Schwabe India had welcomed the gathering by his warm notes, which was followed by a short presentation on ‘Select your right remedy… of right quality’ by Dr. R. Valavan, Manager – Scientific Affairs, Schwabe India.
The main speaker Dr. Sunirmal Sarkar had given an enlightening lecture on ‘Smaller remedies in chronic diseases’. Attending practitioners kept on requesting Dr. Sarkar for his valuable clinical tips without minding the lunch break. The post-lunch session started with Dr. Anirban Sukul’s research oriented presentation on the ‘Homoeopathic potencies, their biological effects and possible physical basis’. It was interesting to know how good response is received from even plants and animals when administered homoeopathic medicine. Many studies such animal and plant studies done by his team have solidly proved the efficacy of ultra-high dilutions. The Zonal Sales Manager, East Zone, Schwabe India, Mr. Abhijit Bhaumik had given the vote of thanks. At the end, there were lottery coupons of attendees conducted and the prizes were distributed.