Even before the project began, an elective discipline in Anthroposophical Medicine was carried out in undergraduate courses since 2004. From 2009 to 2012 we offer three extension courses “Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Diagnosis and Therapeutics in Women’s Health” lasting one year for about 50 health professionals per course.
In 2013 we started to teach a specialization course in Anthroposophy in Health with the objective of expanding and disseminating the concepts of anthroposophy in health: the course seeks to expand the offer of courses for those interested in a complementary practice offered by SUS.
In addition to the specialization course, we have conducted, over the years, several short extension courses, free of charge with around 12 hours / class open to the community and to those interested in Anthroposophy themes. In 2014 (congress) and in 2016 (symposium) lasting two days, they were promoted at UNIFESP, with support from NUMEPI – Nucleus of Medicine and Integrative Practices. As of 2016, Continuing Education in Anthroposophy in Health has been taking place so that the graduates of our course are encouraged to study this topic.