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The IVAA Blog
Here IVAA will post commentary and thoughts on the latest issues in anthroposophic and integrative medicine. Our members and partners are also invited to send in commentary for potential inclusion in the blog; if this is of interest to you, please contact us about it.
The Extra Touch of Anthroposophic Nursing
The International Council of Anthroposophic Nursing Associations is happy to highlight an initiative of its
The Value of Anthroposophic Arts Therapies
A series of short movies reveals how patients, therapists, and doctors value arts therapies Author:
Integrative Oncology: Integration For The Benefit of the Cancer Patient
Following the publication of Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan, Integrative Oncology should be made fully part of
FeverApp: A Registry Focused on Fever as a Resource
created by David Martin “My child feels hot, is it fever? How could I bring the
An Integrative COVID-19 Research Programme Brings Innovation to COVID-19 Medical Departments in Israel
created by Prof. Eran Ben-Arye Integrative Oncology Program, Photo by Lin Medical Center Like many countries
The Vademecum of Anthroposophic Medicines
created by Dr Harald J Hamre – Institute for Applied Epistemology and Medical Methodology at the
The Competence Network for Integrative Medicine
Kompetenznetz Integrative Medizin Baden-Württemberg (KIM) The Competence Network for Integrative Medicine (KIM) is an innovative collaboration of
Anthroposophic Medicine in COVID-19 – A Task Force of the Brazilian Anthroposophic Doctors Association
created by Iracema Benevides, Vice-President, International Federation of Anthroposophic Medical Associations Dr. Renata Soares introducing the
created by Dr Harald J Hamre & Dr Helmut Kiene – Institute for Applied Epistemology and
Cultivating Awareness of the Holocaust in Medicine
As a positive reaction to the commentary “Offline: Medicine and the Holocaust – it’s time to