Further Publications

ESCAMP Evaluation Stage 1: Description of anthroposophic medicine and AMPs
  1. Hamre HJ. Scientific relevance of the Vademecum of Anthroposophic Medicines. Merkurstab 2018;71(2):120-4. https://doi.org/10.14271/DMS-20920-EN

  2. Ponstein AS, Zwart CA, van Gerven M, Baars EW. The development of an anthroposophic, whole medical system, healthcare program for patients with depressive disorders. J Altern Compl Med (New York, NY) 2017. https://doi.org/10.1089/acm.2017.0051

  3. Kienle GS, Hamre HJ, Kiene H, Ostermann T, Anderle L, Maussner N, et al. Methodological aspects of integrative and person-oriented health care evaluation. Complement Med Res 2017;24(Suppl 1):23-8. https://doi.org/10.1159/000460511

  4. Kienle GS, Albonico HU, Baars E, Hamre HJ, Zimmermann P, Kiene H. Anthroposophic medicine: an integrative medical system originating in Europe. Glob Adv Health Med 2013;2(6):20 https://doi.org/10.7453/gahmj.2012.087

  5. Kiene H, Hamre HJ, Kienle GS. In support of clinical case reports: a system of causality assessment. Glob Adv Health Med 2013;2(2):64-75. https://doi.org/10.7453/gahmj.2012.061

  6. Wolf U, Winkler M, Ephraim M, Hamre HJ, Lemann D. The challenge of complexity: Anthroposophic and conventional medicine in dialogue. Primary Care 2011;11(10): 174 https://doi.emh.ch/10.4414/pc-f.2011.08890

  7. Kienle GS, Albonico HU, Fischer L, Frei-Erb M, Hamre HJ, Heusser P, et al. Complementary therapy systems and their integrative evaluation. Explore (NY) 2011;7(3):175-87. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.explore.2011.02.001