Anthroposophic medicine

NewsNew regulation found after the CAMbrella deliveries:

Switzerland: 29 March 2016 Press release from the Swiss Federal Office of Internal Affairs (EDI). Read more.

Notice! All text below is copied from the CAMbrella report – delivered Dec 31, 2012

7 countries have specific regulations on anthroposophic medicine.

Anthroposophic medicine in 39 European/EU countries

Figure from the CAMbrella report – delivered Dec, 2012. (Click on image to enlarge)

In Bulgaria and Latvia anthroposophic medicine is statutory registered as an additional education for medical doctors.

In Austria diplomas awarded by the Austrian Medical Board specialise physicians in anthroposophic medicine.

In Germany anthroposophic medicine is regulated by law as “a specific therapeutic system”.

In Hungary medical doctors may provide anthroposophic medicine.

In Sweden anthroposophy may only be provided at the Vidar clinic.

In Switzerland anthroposophy is recognized as a specific therapeutic system and detailed regulations are delegated to medical and non-medical associations.

32 countries have no direct regulation of anthroposophic medicine. However, there are
probably additional training courses and diplomas awarded by the medical associations in some of these 32 countries. National health regulation influences the practise of
anthroposophic medicine in the countries without specific regulation of this treatment.

Anthroposophy Regulated profession and EU registered in 39 European/EU countries

Table from the CAMbrella report – delivered Dec, 2012


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