Anthroposophic medicine in Switzerland | Cam-Regulation

Anthroposophic medicine in Switzerland

New regulation found after the CAMbrella deliveries:


Switzerland: 29 March 2016 Press release from the Swiss Federal Office of Internal Affairs (EDI). Read more in our article on Switzerland.

Notice! All text below is copied from the CAMbrella report - delivered Dec 31, 2012

Anthroposophic medicine is recognized by federal law as a CAM specific therapeutic system and detailed regulation and issuing of diplomas is delegated to medical and non-medical associations (106, 276). Anthroposophic medicine is provided in some hospitals in Switzerland (106).

Anthroposophic medicine treatment is reimbursed with certain limitations (see reimbursement section). A professional chair of CAM including anthroposophic medicine exists at the University of Bern (106).


106. CAMDOC Alliance ECH ECPM ICMART and IVAA. The regulatory status of Complementary and Alternative Medicine for medical doctors in Europe. Brussels 2010 January 2010. Report No.: 2010.

276. Klaus von Ammon. Email: WP2 Switzerland. Bern 2011

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