Herscu Module Repertory Software Bundle:
Highly Discounted for NESH Students, Now Available for Limited Time Only!
After five years of working with software developers, the Herscu Module repertory software is back and available to people who are currently taking the NESH course or are NESH alumni. After long discussions with the developers, we are thrilled to offer a special NESH Software Bundle at HIGHLY reduced rates only for NESH students/alumni.
The Herscu Module helps practitioners organize, synthesize and analyze patient information to apply the Cycles & Segments approach to case taking. It is the software that Drs. Amy Rothenberg and Paul Herscu use in the classroom and at their practice to achieve more consistent results with their patients.
If you are a NESH student or alumni who already owns Radar Opus but not the Herscu Module, contact us about adding it to your current software package. Please note: if you currently own Radar Opus with the Herscu Module, contact Archibel Technical Support to do a new install of the most current 1.41 version of Radar Opus to maximize the performance of the Herscu Module. This should be done as a “fresh install”, not as an “upgrade” from a prior install, as the developers made major changes to the Radar Opus platform which improved the functionality beyond what your automatic upgrades have provided.
NESH students and alumni with an older program, or no program at all might be interested in the special, limited time only, NESH Software Bundle (see details below of what is included). You do not need to own additional Radar Opus software to operate the NESH Software Bundle. Download available for both Mac & Windows Operating Systems. (*see specific OS requirements below). This software requires a USB key to operate. As such, it can be loaded on to any number of computers you own, but only one can be in use at any given time.
Please email or call us for details on purchasing this software if you are a current NESH student / NESH alumni -OR- are interested in applying to the NESH 8 Weekend Course in San Diego (or via the concurrent live-stream class room option in the Seattle, WA area).
The purchase of the Herscu Module in any form is not required as part of the NESH 8 Weekend NESH Course, but is highly recommended as a more efficient & satisfying way to repertorize your cases. With the NESH Software Bundle you can use the Cycles & Segments approach, as well as the flat method of repertorization.
This offer is available for a limited time only exclusively through the New England School of Homeopathy for qualifying NESH participants.
The special NESH Software Bundle includes the following repertory tools:
* The Herscu Module
* Synthesis Repertory
* Kent’s Repertory
And these books:
* Herscu’s The Homeopathic Treatment of Children
* Herscu’s Stramonium, With an Introduction of Cycles and Segments
* Boericke’s Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medica
* Clarke’s Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica
* Hahnemann’s Materia Medica Pura
* Hahnemann’s Organon of Medicine
* Kent’s Lectures on Homeopathic Philosophy
The NESH Software Bundle is NOT a full version of Radar Opus and DOES NOT INCLUDE many of its features, such as: WinChip Patient Management Files, additional books & references (other than listed above), additional Modules other than the Herscu Module, and a variety of other advanced functionalities. The special NESH bundle runs on the Radar Opus “mini engine” with 6 functions compared to 90 in the “full engine”. It will however serve as an excellent repertorization program if that is what you are looking for.
To better understand why the Herscu Module is a valuable tool, allowing for more efficient & focused case-taking, repertorization and analysis, read:
Difficulties In Repertorizing: Why We Need A New Perspective
And cases by Dr. Amy Rothenberg demonstrating the use of the Herscu Module:
A Case of Severe Vertigo: A Cycles and Segments Approach (PDF)
Oppositional Defiant Disorder: A Case of Platinum metallicum (PDF)
And view our recent free webinar: Holism At The Heart Of Homeopathy, A Case Illustration