Initiative für Ausbildung in Anthroposophischer Medizin

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Initiative für Ausbildung in Anthroposophischer Medizin
Legal statusnon-profit association
PurposeFinancial and non-material support for people interested in anthroposophical medicine, with a focus on students of medicine and psychology in German-speaking countries
HeadquartersStuttgart, Germany
Key people
Karolina Königsberger, Ylva Steinberg, Anna Sophia Werthmann, Lukas Hirt, Jan-Gabriel Niedermeier, Paul Werthmann, Nicolas Geis
"Über uns" [about us]. IFAAM. Retrieved 16 October 2020.

The Initiative für Ausbildung in Anthroposophischer Medizin e.V. [Initiative for Training in Anthroposophic Medicine] is a german non-profit association for the promotion of professional training, student assistance, science and research in anthroposophic medicine.

The association was founded in 2008 by Philipp Busche and others and since then has focused on supporting medical and psychology students in their training in anthroposophic medicine and research projects through various scholarship programs. Interprofessional conference participation is also supported for other professional groups. The initiative offers individual grants and scholarships. Funding is primarily provided in German-speaking countries, in individual cases also internationally. In addition to funding for individuals, funding opportunities are offered for projects.