New date confirmed. 6th to 8th March 2020.
The Anthroposophic Medical Association (AMA) provides a professional membership body for Anthroposophic Physicians in the UK. It is open to all doctors and medical students who have a positive interest in Anthroposophic Medicine and is considering how best to open up membership to other professional membership groups. You can read more about the AMA on this website.
The Anthroposophic Medical Association is at a crossroads and this conference aims to acknowledge the history of the AMA in the UK, assess the current situation, challenges and opportunities, and find positive and collaborative ways forward. The views of AMA members and of doctors working with an Anthroposophic Approach in the UK will be vital to steering our future in the right direction to serve the profession and support the medical section in the UK.
The conference will centre around the theme of Connecting with emphasis on the following aspects:
Some of these themes will be explored during the AMA Annual General Meeting and others in small group or plenary panel sessions during the conference.
This conference is particularly aimed at doctors and focused around the AGM meeting but nurses, pharmacists and therapists may also find value in some of the content. Please read the program and contact the conference organisers if you are unsure.
In the registration form, you will be asked if you have any dietary requirements and if you are looking for help with finding local accommodation. You can also choose which parts of the conference to attend.
The conference is free for medical students and doctors.
It is being organised by 3 AMA members: Simon van Lieshout, Anna Brodski and Jo Downer.
Please note the following:
Anthroposophic Medicine UK is an online platform for Anthroposophic Health and Social Care Professionals in the UK supported by the Anthroposophic Medical Association.