Colloquium CARE I: Pregnancy, childbirth and early childhood

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Colloquium CARE I: Pregnancy, childbirth and early childhood

June 20, 2019 @ 15:00 - June 22, 2019 @ 13:00 CEST
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The Medical Section of the School of Spiritual Science invites you to an interdisciplinary colloquium on its CARE theme I:
Pregnancy, childbirth and early childhood – how do we lay the foundation for healthy human development?

Early life has a formative effect on health throughout the whole of life. Parents are dependent on support at this stage of their children’s lives, usually still very open to suggestions and without firm orientation.

The CARE I working group of the Medical Section at the Goetheanum strives to work in an inter- and crossdisciplinary way in the areas of pregnancy support, obstetrics, nursing and neonatology, early intervention, artistic therapies and educational and medical support for parents and their children.

The task of CARE I is seen as gaining a concrete spiritual scientific understanding in support of all those working in this field. This is the basis for accessible, experience-based, practically applicable concepts to the respective questions and disturbances. The presentation of these concepts for professionals is supplemented by formats for communication with pregnant women and parents.

In this colloquium, the content developed so far is now to be presented and put up for discussion.

All professionals working with the first phase of life are invited:
Gynaecologists, as well as midwives, neonatologists, paediatricians, general family medicine practitioners, nurses and educators, psychotherapist and therapists, social workers and active representatives of parent associations.

Program and registration form (German)

Details
Start: June 20, 2019 @ 15:00
End: June 22, 2019 @ 13:00
Venue
Venue Name: Dornach, Switzerland
Address: Dornach, Schweiz
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Organizer
Organizer Name: Medical Section, School of Spiritual Science (Goetheanum)

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