A course designed to introduce the principles of nursing practice extended by anthroposophy. It includes a range of Anthropsophic Nursing topics that address the anthropsophic foundations of nursing assessment, diagnosis, interventions, healing impulses, and also focuses on personal and professional development.
The foundation training is held in one-week intensives, annually for three years. During these years, students desiring certification as an Anthroposophic Nurse are required to continue with self-study assignments and work with an experienced Anthroposophic Nurse mentor.
To be eligible for Certification as an Anthroposophic Nurse the following requirements must be met:
- Current license as a registered nurse
- Attendance at the Foundation Course in Anthroposophic Nursing for three years.
- Work with a mentor for two years.
- Complete required papers, plant-study, nursing care reports and documentation of self-study.
- Satisfactory assessment of practical skills and knowledge conducted during the third year of training.
Registered nurses and others who seek knowledge and self development, but are not interested in certification are also welcome to attend the week long courses, but will not be eligible for certification without complete compliance with self-study and course requirements.
The 2019 week-long intensive will take place April 27-May 4, in Chestnut Ridge, New York.
Current NAANA members receive a registration discount (as reflected on the registration form). Current nursing students may be eligible for Student Nurse pricing. A limited number of work-study discounts of $200 are available, and there are limited scholarship funds as well. To apply for a student work-study position, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, describing your student/professional status and your circumstances. Student nurses and work-study participants must either arrive onsite at 2:00pm on Friday, April 26th, or must make arrangements to stay after the course concludes on Saturday, May 4th, to assist with classroom breakdown.
Tuition includes all meals and snacks (beginning with dinner on Saturday, April 27th), and CNEs.
All participants planning to travel by air are strongly encouraged to fly into Newark Liberty International Airport. Information regarding ground transportation can be found here under "Getting Here".
A limited number of dorm rooms may be available in Holder House on the Threefold Educational Center campus. Reservations cannot be made until after January 1st, 2019. To reserve a dorm room, after January 1st, please click here.
Offering home stays to visitors is a long-standing tradition in the neighborhood of Threefold: Local residents rent their guest rooms to short-term visitors who come to attend courses, workshops and events on the Threefold campus. To help visitors and householders find each other, Threefold maintains a list of rooms available for rent. Please note: The Home Stay list is provided as a courtesy. Householders are responsible for the information contained in the list; the information has not been verified by Threefold. Householders and guests are responsible for all home stay arrangements. Please click here for Home Stay information.
We encourage all participants desiring hotel accommodations to reserve a room at the Candlewood Suites in Nanuet.