AHNA's 35th Annual Conference
Healthcare Grounded in
Holistic Holistic Nursing
June 12-17, 2015
A Conference Like No Other
AHNA’s 35th Annual Conference brings together many talented nurses & other healthcare professionals committed to sharing their experience and expertise in holistic healthcare.
Holistic nurses are driving the paradigm shift, locally and globally, towards maintaining caring and healing values in our healthcare systems. They are experts at creating healing environments that support health and wellness promotion. And as more Americans are living with chronic conditions they turning to holistic nurses for information, education and care that eases their concerns and improves their outcomes.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from each other and meet many new friends along the way.
The purpose of this conference is to enable participants to integrate the historical foundations of holistic nursing into the creation of strategies designed to support the transformation of contemporary healthcare into a practice grounded in holism.
1. Explore the historical development of the discipline of nursing.
2. Examine the philosophy and wisdom traditions that are the foundations of holistic nursing.
3. Probe the meaning of holism and the evolution of contemporary holistic nursing .
4. Examine the Scope & Standards and the Core Values of holistic nursing through the lens of history.
5. Explore the relationship of historical roots to holistic nursing praxis (practice, education, research, aesthetics).
6. Value the importance of holism in healthcare.
7. Apply historical knowledge to the creation of grassroots movements and evidenced - based strategies designed to transform healthcare.
8. Engage in self-reflection to enhance personal awareness and appreciation of the impact of our holistic roots on our current practice.
9. Develop a personal action plan to contribute to healthcare transformation through the integration of holism into practice.
2015 AHNA Conference Nurse Planner:
Debra Rose Wilson PhD MSN RN IBCLC AHN-BC CHT
AHNA Education Coordinator:
Deb Shields RN, PhD, CCRN, QTTT, AHN-BC
Please note: As of January 1, 2007 all AHNA contact hours are calculated using 60 minutes = 1 contact hour. This is in accordance with ANCC Accreditation Program criteria.