Robert Gorter Lecturing at San Francisco State University (2006)
In 2006, we spotted again Robert Gorter Lecturing at San Francisco State University. Robert Gorter, MD, PhD gave a 10-day workshop at San Francisco State University down town campus at Market Street as part of the Long Distance Learning Program on Anthroposophic Health Studies. He put together a small faculty with a curative eurythmist for early morning one-hour curative exercises (Heidie Haffner); two Anthroposophical nurses for hand-on workshops (Iris Paris and Eilah), one doctor (Eloy Pulido, MD) and several guest speakers from various fields of applied anthroposophy including Waldorf Education, Bio-dynamic Agriculture (Professor Maria Linder), Biography work, etc.
Here is the faculty member card for Robert Gorter, MD, PhD. This card is proof of full faculty membership and gives access to all buildings and library of San Francisco State University, and its facilities off campus.
Robert Gorter Lecturing at San Francisco State University (2005)
From September 8th through September 20th 2005, Robert Gorter, MD, PhD, was in San Francisco, California, USA again. During this period of time, he taught his regular class on Anthroposophic Medicine again offered by San Francisco State University (SFSU) (Class HH650). Class HH650 is a formal 3-units class offered by SFSU twice a year (usually in September and in February of each year). Usually, they are very well attended and participants are mostly nurses, pre-med students, health educators, sometimes teachers, etc. Click here to read about Robert Gorter lecturing at San Franciso State University in 2005.
Iris Parris dedicated her professional life to the care of HIV/AIDS patients in San Francisco. She was with Robert Gorter from the early days of the AIDS epidemic (1982) and did heroic things for her patients. Iris is one of those dedicated health care providers who quietly do their job, and spend extra hours at busy times outside working hours to make sure patients did well at home. Iris Parris is still kicking and working for cancer and AIDS patients in San Francisco today (2014).