CONSOLIDATION OF THE RESTRUCTURING PROCESS AND EXPANSION OF THE ACTIVITIES OF THE RUDOLF STEINER DIDACTIC HOUSE AND SOCIAL CLINIC
BRAZILIAN ASSOCIATION OF REGIONAL ANTHROPOSOPHICAL MEDICINE SP
Anthroposophical Medicine for All: low-cost outpatient care in the city of São Paulo
SÃO PAULO – SP
Since 2020, with the beginning of the pandemic COVID 19, we have experienced a major change of scenery. Besides the decrease in the number of students to meet the health requirements, we have noticed a decrease in the contribution of the consultation fee and greater difficulty in acquiring medication. Our challenge is to continue to provide excellent therapeutic medical care to the community and to train anthroposophical doctors in an unstable economic and social situation
The main objective of this project is to consolidate, improve, and expand the activities of teaching and assistance to the population, maintaining the actions that have proven positive, and proposing new actions that allow both patients and professionals access to anthroposophical therapies. The focus will be to maintain and expand the actions that have shown a positive impact, such as the training of the administrative and clinical staff, continuing education and training of new tutors to assist in the supervision of medical care and didactic activities, the offer of anthroposophical therapies to patients, staff and students, and to propose new actions that will allow us to expand our service to the population of São Paulo
We hope to facilitate access to therapies for people who could not afford them, since the high cost of medication has been a major factor in making it difficult to adhere to other therapeutic treatments. With the availability of a more appropriate space, and with the provision of the necessary resources and full subsidy of the costs, we hope to increase the number of people served. We also hope that the continuous investment in the training of teachers and tutors will have a positive impact on the quality of teaching, resulting in the training of good anthroposophical doctors and therapists, increasing their number and disseminating anthroposophical medicine. With the offer of full or partial scholarships, we intend to give more health professionals the opportunity to afford the costs of training in Anthroposophical Medicine, expanding our capacity to act towards this goal.
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