Steward Scholars Program and
“Seeds” Scholars Program for Anthroposophic Medicine
We are pleased to share with you the announcement of two different scholarships offered for integrative medicine fellows, residents, and medical students to learn more about the practice of Anthroposophic Medicine.
In 2020, we will have three major training conferences in the United States, as part of a world-wide celebration of 100-years of anthroposophic clinical practice, as well as a workshop at the Academic Consortium meeting in May:
Creating an Interprofessional Complementary/Integrative Healthcare Team: Using Anthroposophic Medicine and Holistic Nursing Concepts to Enhance Practice at the International Congress on Integrative Medicine and Health, April 28 - May 1 2020, in Cleveland, Ohio.
Treating the Whole Patient: A Training in Anthroposophic Medicine
May 2-9, 2020 in Chestnut Ridge, New York. This annual training conference is part of the international core curriculum for physicians, part of a rotating four-year curriculum. This year we will focus on “Seven Constitutional Patterns” in health and illness, with a special focus on mind-body connections, chronic illness, integrative psychiatry and Anthroposophic pharmacy. Scholarship offerings for the training conference include:
Applicants should send a copy of their CV, plus a cover letter describing their interests in integrative and/or Anthroposophic Medicine to: email@example.com. Applications will be reviewed as received, with news of scholarship availability within ten days. Please submit applications for the May Training Conference no later than March 15th.
Approaching the Future with Courage
July 30-August 2, Santa Rosa, California. This is the biannual meeting of the Anthroposophic Health Association, the umbrella organization which brings together all of the different therapeutic activities, including medicine, nursing, naturopathy, body therapies (massage, balneotherapy), artistic therapies (music, art, speech, singing), movement therapies (eurythmy) and counselling.
2020 Mistletoe & Integrative Oncology Course
October 15-18, Denver, Colorado. This meeting offers both an introductory and more advanced track (for those who participated in last year’s “Best Practices” mistletoe course in Baltimore). Features an international faculty, including Marion Debus MD, oncologist from the Klinik Arlesheim hospital in Switzerland, and Nasha Winters ND, author of The Metabolic Approach to Cancer.
We warmly invite your inquiries and applications at firstname.lastname@example.org