Anthroposophic Nursing Specialist Course
April 21-28, 2018 in beautiful Chestnut Ridge, NY (30 minutes outside of New York City)
Anthroposophic Nursing Specialist Course - Presenters
Rolf Heine, RN, is Director of the Academy of Anthroposophic Nursing Professions at the Filderklinik (Anthroposophic Hospital in Germany). He is also a member of the German Council of Nursing (DPR), Coordinator of the International Forum for Anthroposophic Nursing (IFAN), and President of the International Council of Anthroposophic Nursing Associations (ICANA).
Christoph von Dach, MSc. Pall. Care, DNP, RN worked 22 years as a nurse leader in an Anthroposophic hospital in Switzerland, the Lukas Klinik. He is trained as an Anthroposophic Nurse Specialist and has taught Anthroposophic Nursing on both the Foundation and Specialist level since 2010. He has years of experience working with healing plants based on plant observation. He currently works as Head of Practice Development at Solothurner Spitaler AG in Switzerland.
Elizabeth Sustick, RN, ANS, RES, is a Registered Nurse since 1970. She initially worked in Open Heart Surgery in Boston and subsequently studied and worked in the field of whole foods cooking and nutrition. She designed and taught early models of parent child classes in Waldorf Early Childhood settings for 15 years. Post-graduate studies include Rhythmical Massage Therapy, International Forum for Anthroposophic Nursing (IFAN ) certification as a Rhythmical Einreibung Specialist and Anthroposophic Nursing Specialist. Elizabeth is a founding Board Member of NAANA and the founder and director of the IFAN accredited Anthroposophic Nursing Foundation Course and Anthroposophic Nurse Specialist course in North America. She is Vice President of the Association for Anthroposophic Medicine and Therapies in NA (AAMTA) and Secretary of International Council of Anthroposophic Nurses Associations (ICANA), Dornach, Switzerland. In addition to a private practice, Elizabeth teaches in the IPMT in NA and China, and with Lifeways, WECAN, PAAM events, as well as in Waldorf schools. Elizabeth is co-owner of a natural foods restaurant, established in 1978.