Bibliography on Covid-19 disease
This compilation is regularly updated
Statement by the German Federation of Аnthroposophic Мedicine (DAMiD) on COVID-19 vaccination.
Last update: 03.12.2021
by the International Federation of Anthroposophic Medical Associations (IVAA) and the Medical Section of the Goetheanum.
Last update: 12.02.2021
Because of an open letter, published in the newssheet Ein Nachrichtenblatt on 29 September, the leaders of the Goetheanum’s Medical Section would like to make the following statement.
Last update: 29.11.2021
A growing number of people are affected by a Long COVID syndrome with often long-lasting, significant impairment of their health. Different pictures with prolonged hyperinflammation, damage and functional restriction of the musculature, the heart, the nervous system and the sensory organs occur. A relatively large group of rather younger patients shows symptoms of post-viral chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis syndrome (CFS/MES). This recommendations of an international expert commission for health professionals presents aspects for an understanding the disorder as well as a multimodal treatment concept of Anthroposophic Medicine.
Last update: 27.09.2021
Fourteen aspects in search of a good way forward, using Germany as an example. Prof. Dr. med. David Martin, Prof. Dr. med. Arne Simon und Dr. med. Silke Schwarz. Through iterative and systematic engagement with the literature, aspects were collected that should be clarified collectively and individually before vaccines are recommended. These aspects were analyzed and discussed in a consensus process and sent to pediatric professional associations for comment. Feedback was fully considered. Results available on ResearchGate.
Last update: 31.05.2021
Expert paper by Georg Soldner and Prof. Dr. David Martin on “A synthesis review of current status and proposal of a registry study to overcome social polarization tendencies and answer open research questions”.
Last update: 13.05.2021
Basic principles underlying the “Here you can thrive” campaign of the Working Group Pregnancy – Birth – Early Childhood of the Medical and Pedagogical Sections at the Goetheanum.
Last update: 10.04.2021
Discovering the Potential of Anthroposophic Medicine in the Integrative Medical Care of Covid-19 Patients
Anthroposophic doctors actively contribute to the hospital and outpatient care of Covid-19 patients. As fully trained medical doctors, embedded in national health systems, they have developed integrative and patient-centered treatments to complement conventional medical care for patients with the SARS-CoV-2 virus. This was the key message demonstrated at today’s webinar on the “The Contribution of Anthroposophic Medicine to the Integrative Treatment of COVID-19 Patients”.
Last update: 24.03.2021