Accredited by the International Forum for Anthroposophic Nursing (IFAN) in the Medical Section of the School of Spiritual Science at the Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland. IFAN represents national professional Anthroposophic Nursing Organizations worldwide.
The course is designed to introduce the principles of nursing practice extended by anthroposophy and includes a whole range of Anthroposophic Nursing topics that address Anthroposophic Foundations of Nursing Assessment, Diagnosis, Interventions, Healing Impulses, as well as Personal and Professional Development.
The course is held in a one-week intensive, annually, for 3 years. During these years students are required to continue with self-study assignments and work with an experienced Anthroposophic Nurse mentor.
Nurses receive certification as an Anthroposophic Nurse (AN) upon successful completion of course criteria and by demonstrating their knowledge through written and practical evaluation.
While only nurses are eligible for certification, caregivers and other health professionals are welcome to attend and receive a certificate of completion when course requirements are met.
Dorm housing at Rudolf Steiner College is not be available in 2017, so we are encouraging registrants to book early at the Holiday Inn Rancho Cordova. The discounted hotel room rate (block code: PNG) expires on March 22nd. If you are interested in finding a roommate to share costs, please indicate such when you register.
The IPMT is working to provide transportation for participants to and from the hotel and campus. In order to form an organized carpool/shuttle effort, we are asking that registrants pay a ride fee of $25.00. If you will have a vehicle and you are willing to provide rides to others in the carpool, you will receive a reimbursement of $50 by check during the IPMT week. If you are not interested in participating in the carpool/shuttle effort, then please be sure to indicate such when you register.
Full-time nursing students in accredited trainings are eligible for Nursing Student tuition. Work-study duties are entailed. 10am arrival on Saturday, April 22nd, is required. Limited number: please apply early by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A limited number of Work-Study discounts of $200 are available: apply early by writing to email@example.com, describing your professional status, circumstances, and interest in attending. 10am arrival on Saturday, April 22nd, is required.
Registration codes are required in order to register as a student and to register as a work-study participant. Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org, as outlined above.
Regular registration ends April 14th.