PAAM EventS Calendar

Upcoming events

    • 08 Apr 2020
    • 29 Apr 2020
    • 4 sessions
    • Online webinar via Zoom
    Register

    Anthroposophic Medical Approaches to Infectious Diseases:
    An IPMT-online offering
    Open to licensed prescribers (MD, DO, ND, NP, PA, Pharm, DDS and students of these disciplines)
    Four 60-minute sessions: Wednesdays (Apr 8, Apr 15, Apr 22 and Apr 29) 
    via Zoom

    There will be two time options for each session, one offered prior to the correspondent eurythmy course sessions, and one offered after the eurythmy sessions; choose the time that works best for your schedule (select within the online registration form):

    • 7:15pm-8:15pm EST/6:15pm-7:15pm CST/5:15pm-6:15pm MST/4:15pm-5:15pm PST (probably best for those in the Eastern half of the US, just before the eurythmy)
    • 9:45pm-10:45pm EST/8:45pm-9:45pm CST/7:45pm-8:45pm MST/6:45pm-7:45pm PST (probably best for those in the Western half of the US, just after the eurythmy)

    Separate registration for "Eurythmy Practice to Support Resilience and Immunity" is required if you wish to also take the eurythmy course.  

    This course will be a four-part study and discussion of the chapter on “Infectious Diseases” in The Anthroposophic Approach to Medicine by Husemann/Wolff, Volume III. The sessions will be divided up between four themes, and will be guided and moderated by IPMT faculty members. Topics include:

    • The Concept of Infection, and Understanding Bacteria (April 8)
    • Infection as an Ecological Problem, and the Question of Communicability (April 15)
    • Viruses, perhaps with additional readings from Steiner on this topic (April 22)
    • Therapy and Prophylaxis of Infectious Disease (April 29)
    A copy of the chapter will be provided to registrants, though you are encouraged to purchase the whole volume, which is available at http://www.mercurypress.org/medical-titles.html

      Registration is required. Tuition for the four sessions is $100. If you previously registered for the 2020 Training week, tuition is waived and you will have received a code to register at no charge.

      If you have questions, please write to us at paamdrscourse@anthroposophy.org.

      • 08 Apr 2020
      • 29 Apr 2020
      • 4 sessions
      • Online webinar via Zoom
      Register

      Eurythmy Practice to Support Resilience and Immunity:
      An IPMT-online offering with Glenda Monasch, TE

      Open to licensed prescribers (MD, DO, ND, NP, PA, Pharm and DDS), nurses, therapeutic eurythmists, rhythmical massage therapists, other therapists, and students of these disciplines.
      Four 60-minute sessions: Wednesdays (Apr 8, Apr 15, Apr 22 and Apr 29) at 8:30pm EST/7:30pm CST/6:30pm MST/5:30pm PST
      via Zoom

      These sessions will provide demonstration, practice and discussion of foundational eurythmy exercises to help us navigate this challenging time. 

      A correspondent 4-part study and discussion of "Infectious Diseases" will also be offered on Apr 8, Apr 15, Apr 22 and Apr 29. In order to best accommodate those on both the East and West coasts, there will be a session offered just before eurythmy and a session offered just after eurythmy. Please see the Event Calendar for more details and registration.

      Registration is required. Tuition for the four sessions is $100. If you previously registered for the 2020 Training week or the 2020 Foundation Course in Anthroposophic Nursing, tuition is waived and you will have received a code to register at no charge. 

      Questions? Please write to us at paamdrscourse@anthroposophy.org.

      • 03 May 2020
      • 15 May 2020
      • 7 sessions
      • Online via Zoom
      Register

      Pharmacology of Metals, with Albert Schmidli, Pharmacist:
      An IPMT-online offering
      Open to licensed prescribers, nurses, rhythmical massage therapists, other therapists, and students of the disciplines

      Seven 90-minute sessions: Sunday, May 3 to Saturday, May 9, 2020,
      11am-12:30pm EST/10-11:30am CST/9-10:30am MST/8-9:30am PST,
      via Zoom

      This course will introduce the unique physical and chemical properties of seven metals which are widely used within Anthroposophic Medicine: iron, copper, tin, mercury, lead, silver and gold. They can be applied therapeutically, as specialized (often homeopathic) preparations, for a broad range of illnesses. The metallic elements will be explored through live demonstrations of their physical and chemical properties as well as enlivened observation of their natural forms. This information will then be bridged to their therapeutic applications.

      Albert Schmidli is no ordinary teacher. His presentations are sought after worldwide because of their inspiring insights and remarkable demonstrations, which help participants gain awareness of the correlations between ancient healing knowledge, modern research, and the way these very special remedies can be incorporated into clinical practice today. Join us for this unique opportunity!

      Registration is required; tuition is $200 for the seven sessions. Tuition for medical and nursing students is $50 (contact us to let us know where you are studying to get the discount code).

      • 03 May 2020
      • 15 May 2020
      • 7 sessions
      • Online via Zoom
      Register

      Sevenfold Constitutional Insights in Psychiatry with Ursula Flatters MD:
      An IPMT-online offering
      Limited to physicians and licensed prescribers (MD, DO, ND, NP, PA practitioners, and students of these disciplines)

      Seven 90-minute sessions: Sunday, May 3 to Saturday, May 9, 2020,
      1pm-2:30pm EST/12pm-1:30am CST/11am-12:30pm MST/10-11:30am PST/5-6:30am NZT/1900-2030 CET
      via Zoom

      This course will provide an in-depth exploration of seven constitutional gestures, with a special focus on their diagnostic and therapeutic use in psychiatry. This sevenfold approach connects to both older mythological pictures of temperament and character (such as Greek or Roman pictures of the seven planets and related gods), as well as more modern understanding of the influence of organic imbalances and their relationships to mood disorders. 

      This course assumes some familiarity with basic Anthroposophic principles

      Dr. Flatters' teaching offers completely new insights for those who are hoping for a whole person approach to psychiatry that bridges understanding of body and mind. She will also be bringing considerations of what the future will be asking of us as we enter into the next century of Anthroposophic Medicine!

      Registration is required; tuition is $200 for the seven sessions. Tuition for medical students is $50 (contact us to let us know where you are studying to get the discount code).

      • 15 Oct 2020
      • 11:30 AM
      • 18 Oct 2020
      • 12:30 PM
      • Denver, Colorado
      Register

      The research and application of mistletoe therapy is expanding in Europe, and a new trial is currently underway at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. This course will review the “best practices” along with the insights gained from from mistletoe research and clinical application in clinics from around the world.

      Some of the most experienced and knowledgeable allopathic and naturopathic clinicians in the field will introduce participants to decades of experience gained in the best European clinics and combine it with an overview of current integrative and naturopathic practices that are synergistic with mistletoe.

      This practical and comprehensive course covers all aspects of research and application. It will be certified by several respected European medical institutions.

      There will be an optional Introduction to Anthroposophic Medicine workshop the morning of Thursday, October 15th. Onsite check-in for the 3-day course will take place Thursday, from 11:30am to 2:30pm, with the first session beginning at 3:30pm. The course will offer two parallel tracks: a newcomer for those who are relatively new to mistletoe best practices and an advanced track for those who are more experienced. New faculty and topics to be announced soon.

      This course is available to MD’s, DO’s, ND’s, NP’s and PA’s.

      Register by June 1st for best pricing! 

      Included in the registration: all course presentations and materials (not including the Introductory workshop); dinner Thursday night, as well as breakfasts and lunches Friday morning through Sunday morning. 

      Participants are responsible for their own transportation and lodging. A discounted block of rooms have been set aside for course participants at Magnolia Hotel in downtown Denver (where the course will take place). Single kings rooms are $215 per night (not including tax and fees) and double queens are $225 per night (not including tax and fees). Reservations must be made prior to September 23, 2020. Space is limited, so reserve early by clicking here.

      The Steward Scholars Program is open to all physicians (MD, DO) currently enrolled in an integrative medicine fellowship. Selected scholars are awarded full tuition and meals, plus a $500 stipend towards travel or lodging costs. To see more details and application deadlines, click here.

      Other financial assistance may be available for those in need. Please send us an email detailing your circumstances to paam@anthroposophy.org.

    Past events

    02 Apr 2020 Nursing Support and External Applications for Fever and Chest Congestion
    26 Mar 2020 Anthroposophic Medical Treatments for Fever, Flu and Pneumonia
    23 Nov 2019 Anthroposophic End of Life Care
    13 Nov 2019 For Your Health - three free patient-oriented webinars
    18 Oct 2019 Cosmic and Earthly Forces: The Relationship Between Substance and Process
    14 Oct 2019 Multidisciplinary Pain Treatment for the Levels of Body, Soul and Spirit
    03 Oct 2019 Seven Life Processes and the Unique Role of Metal Preparations in Anthroposophic Medicine
    21 Jun 2019 Best Practices Mistletoe Course
    23 May 2019 Teleconference with IVAA regarding vaccines
    15 May 2019 Introductory Case Discussion Group 2019
    27 Apr 2019 International Postgraduate Medical Training (IPMT) 2019
    27 Apr 2019 IPMT 2019 Introductory Day - Foundations of Anthroposophic Medicine
    27 Apr 2019 ATHENA Pre-IPMT Workshop
    18 Jan 2019 Texas Regional Anthroposophic Medical Meeting
    06 Sep 2018 AM Distance Learning Programs: finding Medicine with Meaning
    05 Sep 2018 Working Constitutionally with Children Group Mentoring
    02 Aug 2018 AAMTA Bienniel Conference
    21 Apr 2018 International Postgraduate Medical Training (IPMT) 2018
    21 Apr 2018 ATHENA Pre-IPMT Conference - Cancer: The Approach and Practice of Therapeutic Eurythmy
    21 Apr 2018 IPMT 2018 Introductory Weekend Workshop - Foundations of Anthroposophic Medicine
    06 Apr 2018 The Sacred Gateway
    09 Mar 2018 International Anthroposophic Medicine Research Conference
    23 Feb 2018 Meeting the Challenges of Child Development in Education and the Healing Arts
    17 Feb 2018 Hawai'i International Kolisko Conference
    20 Jan 2018 Introductory One-Day Workshop in Foundations of Anthroposophic Medicine
    03 Nov 2017 Rocky Mountain Regional Conference
    22 Oct 2017 Anthroposophic Medicine at the annual conference of the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine (AIHM)
    19 Oct 2017 The Rhythms of the Foundation Stone Meditation and the Seven Planets
    13 Oct 2017 An Introduction to the Nature of Healing
    05 Oct 2017 Learning the Language of Healing Plants - Year Two
    27 Sep 2017 Working Constitutionally with Children - Year Two
    14 Sep 2017 Annual Conference of the Medical Section at the Goetheanum
    16 Jun 2017 Youth Conference: Learn, Work, Share at Rudolf Steiner Health Center
    22 Apr 2017 Nursing Course IPMT 2017
    22 Apr 2017 IPMT 2017
    06 Oct 2016 Learning the Language of Healing Plants
    19 Sep 2016 Integrative Medicine Meeting 2016
    03 Aug 2016 AAMTA Conference 2016
    23 Apr 2016 IPMT 2016
    07 Apr 2016 Anthroposophic Pediatrics: Practical approaches to common acute and chronic illnesses and general wellbeing
    17 Mar 2016 Syncope, sympathy and sympathetics
    28 Jan 2016 Mistletoe Use in Cancer Therapy
    08 Oct 2015 Human Organs Study Group

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