PAAM provides education and training in anthroposophic medicine, from an annual training week for doctors to regional conferences. Find out More
The PAAM/AAMTA/CAMA Biennial Conference, hosted in Toronto, Canada. March 12-15, 2014. A truly international gathering, with a wide panel of guest lecturers and presenters from Holland, Germany, Switzerland and England. Looking at the archetypal stages of the healing from a physiologic and psychologic perspective. Register here.
What is Anthroposophic Medicine?
Anthroposophic medicine is a holistic and human-centered approach to medicine. It recognizes and uses modern medicine’s vast information and rigorous methodology. Then it goes further, adding knowledge of the laws of the living organism, the psyche, and the spirit. This knowledge is derived from a spiritual scientific methodology, which expands on the conventional scientific method. It requires—besides the ongoing professional, personal, and moral development required of every true physician—an active meditative life. This inner activity leads to a deepened capacity for apprehending the whole human being. Such a meditative journey is outlined by Rudolf Steiner.
The result is an integrated image of the whole human being in illness and health. This makes possible a holistic but also rational approach to physiology, pathology, and therapy.
Physicians' Training Week - the IPMT, and Anthroposophic Nursing Certification Course
The International Postgraduate Medical Training (IPMT) offers doctors
and medical students the possibility of being introduced to
anthroposophic medical concepts within a system of one-week study
blocks. Between these blocks, mentoring in theoretical and practical
skills is offered at different professional levels...
Find out more about the upcoming conference,
See the online brochure
See the printable registration form
Online registration for the Nursing Track of the IPMT can be found here
PAAM, the Physicians' Association for Anthroposophic Medicine, was founded in 1981. Its aim is to facilitate personal contact and exchange of knowledge between anthroposophic physicians, and with other health practitioners. Find out more