We are delighted to launch a new version of PAAM's Anthroposophic Medical Training. This new plan is the fruit of an in-depth process of evaluation and reflection, enriched by several years’ listening and learning about AM physicians’ trainings all around the world. Our process has also been guided by the 2018 International Core Curriculum for Physicians’ Trainings in Anthroposophic Medicine. Now, all international training and certification requirements are incorporated into this new PAAM training course.
Through a series of ten live, online group sessions, we will explore the foundations of Anthroposophic Medicine, creating a solid bridge for bringing anthroposophic concepts into your patient care. Topics include dynamic Goethean observing and thinking about nature; building threefold and fourfold physiology and anatomy; clinical approach to the patient; the basis of health and illness; and anthroposophic medicines. The group will meet every 3-4 weeks on Thursday evenings.
The other component will be a 2½ day workshop offered in the late fall; this year, November 5-8, 2020, in Denver, CO. In the annual Clinical Mentoring Workshops we will practice applying threefold and fourfold principles to history-taking, physical exam, and the development of a therapeutic plan. The workshops will include live patient interviews, hands-on practice with anthroposophic therapies, and multiple mentored small-groups sessions to work through case studies and give feedback.
While participation in the Annual Training Conferences (IPMT) is open to any and all physicians and licensed prescribers, participation in the Clinical Mentoring Program requires application, and commitment to the three-year program. The prerequisite for mentoring is having participated in one or more IPMT trainings. Participation in the Fall Clinical Mentoring Workshop will be limited to those who are in the mentoring program (Foundation year, second year or third year) in order to provide a more intimate training experience and preserve the opportunity for more direct feedback and learning.
Step One: Tell us more about yourself by filling out this application letter and sending it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step Two: The faculty will review all applications and respond within two weeks.
Step Three: All those accepted into the Clinical Mentoring Program will be provided with a participant code and can then formally register for the program.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis over the summer, with successful participants admitted on a first-come, first-served basis. Applications must be submitted no later than August 10th.
Full payment must be made (or a payment plan in place) by August 30th. Tuition for both the distance/online mentoring sessions, and the Clinical Mentoring Workshop (including meals) are combined. Tuition is $1550 per year.
We welcome your participation!
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