Anthroposophic

      Medicine

The Physicians' Association for Anthroposophic Medicine (PAAM), was founded in 1981. It's striving effort is to facilitate personal experience and knowledge of anthroposophic medicine, to connect experienced anthroposophic physicians with newer physicians and other health care practitioners, and to foster a dynamic and inspiring interchange between colleagues, patients and communities. Here are tools and insights for helping each of us find greater health (click on each topic for more information):

the IPMT

A new five-year cycle begins
April 21-28, 2018 in
Chestnut Ridge, New York


Online registration opens
autumn 2017

Click here for details of two new IPMT offerings for 2018: 
Introductory Weekend Workshop and the Advanced Practice Track




Anthroposophic Medicine
at the annual conference of the Academy of
Integrative Health and Medicine (AIHM) 


October 22-25, 2017, in San Diego

Gunver Kienle MD, Adam Blanning MD and Steven Johnson DO will introduce Anthroposophic Medicine, its ideas, research and tools for meeting the health challenges of our time.

Click here for specific details
or go to the
AIHM Annual Conference webpage




Distance Learning 
 
Year two of Learning the Language of Healing Plants begins
October 5, 2017

Online registration now open

Webinar Library

Access year one of Learning the Language of Healing Plants in the PAAM Webinar Library







Join Us

MDs, DOs, NPs, PAs, and current students of these disciplines can support the effort to sustain and expand anthroposophic medicine in North America by becoming a member of PAAM. 

Not an MD, DO, NP or PA? You can still become a PAAM Supporter and receive five yearly issues of the PAAM Medical Letter at an affordable rate.
See the
Join Us page for details.

 



Mistletoe

Learn more about mistletoe therapy's role in an integrative approach to cancer. Click here for more information and additional links. 

Mistletoe Use in Cancer Therapy series
is now available for purchase in the
PAAM Webinar Library

Advanced Practice Track at IPMT 2018: Cancer Care and Mistletoe Use
Learn from Dr. Marion Debus, our guest faculty oncologist from Klinik Arlesheim, Switzerland. Click here for more details.

 

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