After the successful and well-attended 2019 course we are pleased to announce
the Mistletoe Therapy & Integrative Oncology Course 2020
an extended course offering both an Introductory and Advanced Track and featuring new topics and faculty
Oct 15-18 at Magnolia Hotel in downtown Denver, Colorado
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 the Medical Section at the Goetheanum.
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: an Introductory track for those who are relatively new to mistletoe best practices and an Advanced track for those who are more experienced.
The Introductory track will explore many of the same topics that were presented at the 2019 course, but with greater detail, and with the addition of many new cases. Click here to see a listing of the topics covered in 2019. The Introductory track will also offer a deeper look into Mistletoe host trees.
The Advanced track will include presentations on: palliative care, intratumoral injections, fever therapy, advanced integrative protocols, functional testing and adjunctive Anthroposophical Medicine support (including treatment for pain and depression). We will again teach advanced IV applications and integrative IV protocols.
We are excited to be expanding our faculty and creating an even better training experience in 2020. We'll be posting the full course descriptions and schedule soon. For the purposes of planning, you can see the preliminary schedule by clicking here. The course will be well worth your while to attend!
This course is available to MD’s, DO’s, ND’s, NP’s and PA’s.
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 the event venue, Magnolia Hotel in downtown Denver. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Mistletoe is not approved by the FDA for any specific medical diagnosis or treatment.