2015 35th Annual AHNA Conference

CONTACT HOURS: Participants can earn up to 36 contact hours by attending
and evaluating all CNE provided activities.


Friday, June 12, 2015
* Endorsed Pre Conference – MAX HOURS 7.0
3.5 hours for 1 half-day workshop
7 contact hours for 2 half-day workshops

Saturday, June 13, 2015
* Pre Conference – MAX HOURS 9.0
6 contact hours for full-day workshop
3.5 contact hours for 1 half-day workshop
7 contact hours for 2 half-day workshops
1 contact hour for Sharing Circle Facilitator Meeting
1 contact hour for The American Nurse movie

Sunday, June 14, 2015  – MAX HOURS 7.5
1 contact hour for Early Morning Activity
1 contact hour for Marilyn Ray’s Keynote
2 contact hours for Poster Session #1
1.5 contact hours for Workshop from Block A
1 contact hour Sharing Circle #1
1 contact hour for The American Nurse movie

Monday, June 15, 2015 – MAX HOURS 7.5
1 contact hour for Early Morning Activity
1.5 contact hours for Workshop from Block B
1 contact hour Workshop from Block C
1 contact hour Sharing Circle #2
2 contact hours for Poster Session #2
1 contact hour for The American Nurse movie

Tuesday, June 16, 2015  – MAX HOURS 7.5
1 contact hour for Early Morning Activity
1 contact hour for Plenary Session
1.5 contact hours for Workshop from Block D
1 contact hour for Farm to Fork Luncheon
1 contact hour Sharing Circle #3
1 contact hour Workshop from Block E
1 contact hour for The American Nurse movie

Wednesday, June 17, 2015  – MAX HOURS 3
1 contact hour for Early Morning Activity
1 contact hour for Kathleen Kendall-Tackett’s Endnote
1 contact hour for Workshop from Block F

Note: Poster Session is 2 CNE only, not cumulative to 4 CNE.
The American Nurse is 1 CNE only; it is going to be offered for viewing several times.

​COMPLETE SCHEDULE OF WORKSHOPS BELOW


Friday Morning, Half Day Pre-Conference June 12, 2015
8:00 AM – 11:45 AM (3.5 Contact Hours)

E01. Mindfulness in Nursing Practice: Key to Resilience and Performance
Marie M. Shanahan, MA, BSN, RN, HN-BC; Veda L. Andrus, EdD,
MSN, RN, HN-BC
The current healthcare landscape presents nurses with challenges
to provide high-quality, safe care. The practice of mindfulness offers
an effective means to cultivate personal-professional resilience,
foster therapeutic presence, and enhance improved nurse-person
engagement.
Track: Practice, Personal & Professional Development (B, I, A)

E02. Holistic, Transformative Leadership through Healing Touch
Lisa Anselme RN, BLS, HN-BC, CHTP, CHTI
Healing Touch, a holistic, energy therapy provides a tool for
compassionate service, transformative change within the self, client,
families, communities and health care system. Useful for many
conditions and situations, it can assist in alleviating suffering, creating
health, healing and wholeness for self and others.
Track: Personal & Professional Development (B, I, A)

E03. Earth-Body Medicine: Our Vital Connection to the Healing Earth
in maintaining Groundedness and High-level Wellness
Valerie Cooksley, RN, OCN, FAAIM, CERT
As living beings, we are meant to be in harmony with all things, and
staying connected to nature is vital to our health. This workshop will
explore our integral connection to the healing earth, and how we can
tap into to the vast anti-aging benefits of earth medicine to support
wellness. Preventing inflammation, a major root cause of illness,
will be discussed as well as Integrative Aromatherapy(R) Practices to
support tranquility and groundedness; Plant morphological indications
for using root essential oils; Pelotherapy (use of clay and earth
minerals) to cleanse and detoxify the body; Living plant foods and
Naturopathic medicine to increase life force; and Crystal therapy and
Gem elixirs as centering adjuvants.
Track: Practice, Personal & Professional Development, Aesthetics (B, I, A)

Friday Afternoon, Half Day June 12
1:00 PM – 4:30 PM (3.5 Contact Hours)

E04. Nurse Coaching Skills You Can Use Every Day
Linda Bark PhD, RN, MCC, NC-BC
This interactive workshop will provide a conceptual framework and
practical coaching tools that nurses can use in any setting or field of
nursing. They will also learn about cutting-edge research findings that
support nurse coaching as effective.
Track: Practice, Personal & Professional Development (B, I, A)

E05. Utilizing Healing Touch in the Clinical Setting:
An Integrative Care Approach

Cynthia Hutchison and Lisa Mentgen-Gordon, Owner and CEO of HTP
Participants will learn the professional and practical aspects of Healing
Touch as they relate to utilization of this theory and practice in the
integrative care clinical setting. Learners will be equipped with
knowledge that will enable them to introduce Healing Touch to their
administrators and colleagues as a potential nursing practice. As the
only energy medicine continuing education program that is nationally
accredited by both the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)
and the National Center for Credentialing Agencies (NCCA), nurses
can professionally justify integration into their facility because the
HT Program stands as the worldwide leader in Energy Medicine
Education for nurses and allied health care professionals.
Track: Practice, Personal & Professional Development,
Aesthetics (B, I, A)

Saturday, Full Day June 13
8:30 AM – 5:00 PM (6 Contact Hours)

1. Foundations in Polarity Thinking:
An Essential Skill for Holistic Nurse Leaders

​Evelyn Clingerman RN, PhD & Bonnie Wesorick RN, MSN,
FAAN, DFNAP
This workshop will provide participants with knowledge of the
historical roots of polarity thinking, the foundational skills of polarity
thinking and be able to recognize opportunities to apply these skills
to common polarities (e.g. nurturing and transformation; honoring the
past and staying relevant) in personal and professional holistic nursing
experiences.
Track: Practice, Education, Research, Personal & Professional
Development (B, I)

2. Authenticity and Presence Within End of Life Care
Padma Dyvine RN, MA, CHPN
Nurses experience their authentic self by deepening their
understanding of silence, mindfulness and loss in the context of endof-
life care and healing. Rooted in holism and presence, both nursing
and end-of-life care are empowered with transformational healing.
Participants will co-create health system metamorphosis.
Track:
Practice, Education, Praxis, Personal & Professional
Development (I, A)

 

3. Exploring the Art and Science of Holistic Nursing: Validation of
Transformational Nursing Practice through Self-Development
and Certification
Deborah Shields RN, PhD, CCRN, QTTT, AHN-BC &
Margaret Erickson RN, PhD, AHN-BC
This presentation will provide a foundational overview of the Holistic
Nursing Core Values, Scope and Standards of Professional Practice
Performance, and activities that validate expertise and leadership in
Holistic Nursing. Self-development for both beginning and advanced
holistic nurses enables participants to develop skills in actualizing
their professional self-development goals, which may include national
Holistic Nursing Certification.
Track: Practice, Education, Research, Praxis, Personal & Professional
Development, Aesthetics (I, A)

Saturday Morning, Half Day June 13
8:00 AM – 11:30 AM (3.5 Contact Hours)


4. Healing the Holistic Way
Phyllis Mabbett RN, PhD
Holistic Caring Processes are built upon a Healing Presence, a
Multi-Dimensional View and the creation of a Healing Field. These
elements contain the power that drew many of us into nursing, they
provide the joy of our professional lives, and re-charge our batteries
for continued service. This workshop is intended to shift the focus
onto the “being” or relational aspects of the professional interaction.
Participants will be given exercises to evaluate their own Caring
Process Skills and to identify creative opportunities for further skill
development within their own practice.
Track: Practice, Education, Personal & Professional Development (I)

5. Resiliency in Nursing: Keeping your Bounce
Shari Liesch BSN, MSN, APNP, CDE
Nurses care for others. The role can be demanding on their physical,
emotional, and spiritual being. This discussion will review resiliency
from a historic perspective to resiliency support activities. Resiliency
will be explored using Richardson’s resiliency model. Attendees
will identify past successes that have helped them on their nurse
journey. We will explore their fuel or Nurspriation, and how the
energy they bring to their nurse role yields fuel for their own nurse
“glow”, and what keeps them “aglow” with a bounce in their
step. They will be encouraged to set one goal to implement as they
continue with their journey.
Track: Personal & Professional Development (I)

6. Clinical Aromatherapy: Rooted in the Foundation of Holistic
Nursing

Dawn Louise Langley-Brady MSN, RN, AHN-BC, CHPN, CCAP
This presentation will explore aromatherapy roots through its
foundation in holistic nursing. Partially-based on Smith and Kyles
theory, Holistic Foundations of Aromatherapy for Nursing, the
vibrational frequencies of essential oils, the Doctrine of Signatures,
and aromatherapy’s intertwining with holistic nursing theories will
be explored.
Track: Practice, Education, Personal & Professional Development (B, I)


7. Expand Your Skills as a Holistic Nurse: Creating (an) Empowered
Professional and Personal Practice

Betsy S Murphy MS, RN, HNB-BC & Sharon M Weinstein MS, CRNI,
FACW, FAAN & Sheila A Burke, DNP, MSN, MBA

This presentation will integrate awareness of the historical
foundations and philosophy of holistic nursing into the creation of
individualized personal plan that incorporates professional strategies
to achieve enhanced personal participation in the transformation of
contemporary healthcare. It will invigorate and expand participants’
wellbeing by developing professional and personal Practice goals.
Track: Practice, Education, Research, Praxis, Personal & Professional
Development (B, I)


8. Holistic Transformation: Energetic & Integrative Patient and
Self-Care Stress Reduction

Gail Van Kanegan DNP, FNP-BC, AHPN-BC, EEM-AP
Nurses will be provided transformational holistic health care
practices for stress reduction for themselves and their patients.
Utilizing energetic modalities, participants will learn interdependent
relationships of the energetic body effects on mind, body, and spirit.
Techniques learned can be incorporated into the daily-life of nurses
and patients, reducing harmful effects of stress.
Track: Practice, Personal & Professional Development (B, I)


Saturday Afternoon, Half Day June 13
1:30 PM – 5:00 PM (3.5 Contact Hours)

9. Nurse Coach, Connecting to the Story, and Strength-Spotting
Barbara Dossey PhD, RN, AHN-BC, FAAN
The learner will explore strategies to strengthen the holistic nursing
process through integrating nurse coaching philosophy, story
theory, and strength-spotting competencies. These strategies allow
for deeper client/patient reflection of awareness and choice, and
exploration of imagination and creativity.
Track: Practice, Education, Research, Praxis, Personal & Professional
Development, Aesthetics (I, A)


10. Hearts Broke Open: Healing and Caring Through Poetry,
Story, and Movement

Jennifer Reich PhD, RN, NC-BC
The purpose of this presentation is to renew our body, mind,
spirit and passion for holistic nursing through poetry, storytelling
and performance. This information is for all nurses and healthcare
professionals seeking new strategies to open their hearts to greater
healing and wellbeing.
Track: Practice, Personal & Professional Development, Aesthetics (I, A)


11. Palliative Care with Holistic Aromatherapy
Laraine Pounds RN, BSN, MSN
This activity will highlight the primary applications of aromatherapy
for the palliation of physical, emotional and spiritual care challenges
that commonly occur with chronic medical conditions and at end-oflife.
Participants will be introduced to a variety of essential oils and
create a personal aromatic self-care product to take home.
Track: Practice, Education, Praxis, Personal & Professional
Development, Aesthetics (B, I)


12. Integrating Holism Within the Contemporary Western
Healthcare System: Models and Methods

Sharon M Weinstein MS, CRNI, FACW, FAAN &
Stephen M Weinstein, MHA
The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to identify
methods of integrating holistic principles within the western
healthcare setting through case study review and creation of a
personal action plan.
Track: Practice, Education, Personal & Professional Development (I)


13. Nursing the Organization: A Collaborative Partnership for
Energetically Shifting Organizations from Illness to HEALTH

Jalma Marcus RN, HNB-BC, BS, MS, CBP, CLSE
This presentation will be focused on a new holistic organizational
process assessment model that can be used to transform current
healthcare systems into Healing Systems. Viewing the organization
as a dynamic system exhibiting “symptoms”, Holistic Nurses utilize
self as a leadership tool combined with energy and consciousness
CAM approaches, to Nurse the organization and be the change they
wish to see in the world.
Track: Practice, Education, Research, Praxis, Personal & Professional
Development (I, A)


Sunday June 14
2:30 PM – 4:00 PM – Workshop Block A (1.5 CNE)


21. Research Papers #1

A. Caring Outcomes From a Holistic-Integral Curriculum:
Dr. Carey Clark RN, PhD

B. Development and Testing of an Instrument to Measure
Holistic Attributes of Nurse Practitioner Care:

Elizabeth Kinchen RN, MSN

C. Nursing Perspectives on the Usefulness of Integral
Theory in Nursing Practice and Education:

Linda Shea PhD(c), RN

D. The Use of Simulation to Instruct Nursing Students in
Stress Management: Pilot Testing of the NURSE Intervention:

Colleen Delaney PhD, RN, AHN-BC, Cynthia Barrere
PhD, RN, CNS, AHN-BC, FAAN, and Sue Robertson
RN, PhD, & Rorry Zahourek PhD, PMHCNS, AHN-BC


22. An Energy Psychology Approach to Preventing Physical Injury
Trauma and Promote Healing from Surgery

Judith Swack PhD & Barbie Johnson RN, RM, HTPA
The purpose of this program is to enable participants to integrate, in a
nursing setting, a protocol using an acupressure technique from the
ancient traditions of Chinese Medicine to support the transformation of
contemporary healthcare practice grounded in holism.
Track: Practice, Research (I, A)


23. Body Prayer as a Personal Spiritual Practice
Cynthia Anne Hutchison DNSc, RN, MSN, BSN
This will be a joyful, fascinating and awakening experience that
can be applied directly to one’s life. Rooted in both ancient
and contemporary spiritual and energy medicine practices, the
language and body prayers experienced will incorporate concepts
of the teachings from Barbara Brennan, Rudolph Steiner, and
perennial wisdom. The attendee will experience an energetic way
to understand and experience how bringing intentional physical
movement into prayer enhances the mind-heart dimension of
spiritual connection.
Track: Personal & Professional Development (B, I)


24. Holistic Self-Care Plan
Elijah Carter PT
The purpose of the presentation is to assist the practitioner in
developing a self-care plan based upon a holistic self-assessment
using five objective measurements. The self-care program will
consist of movements to balance the energy flow through the
meridian system and affirmations to surround the organs with love
and appreciation.
Track: Personal & Professional Development (I)


25. ‘Bully Proof’ Nursing: Creating Holistic Approaches to
Quell Workplace Violence

Nicole Malcom BSB-HRM & Deborah Shields RN, PhD,
CCRN, QTTT, AHN-BC

Cultivating holistic leadership skills through the integration of holistic
strategies designed to modulate workplace bullying and lateral
violence into their nursing practice will be addressed.
Track: Practice, Education, Personal & Professional Development (I)


26. Facilitating Reflection and Self-Care to Achieve Optimal
Nurse and Patient Satisfaction

Margaret Erickson RN, PhD, AHN-BC
This presentation discusses the necessity of self-care as a multifaceted
process that must be undertaken by nurses as well as their
clients. Only through self-reflection and self-care can we facilitate a
greater state of wellbeing essential to healthcare transformation.
Track: Practice, Education, Praxis, Personal & Professional
Development (B, I)


27. Healing from the Inside Out: Body Mapping the Path of
Illness and Health

Michelle S. Earnest MSN, MDiv, DMin, RN, FNP-BC, EEM-AP
The purpose of this presentation is to provide an enhanced
perspective of the interrelationship between illness, energy
flow, and emotion. It is designed for the nurse who understands
energy anatomy and wants a tool to assess chronic illness from an
integrative perspective that bridges to conventional medicine.
Track: Practice, Education, Research (I, A)


28. Ageless and Energized: Activating Self-Health with Presence,
Power and Purpose

Carol LaRue OTR/L
This presentation will empower nurses and healthcare professionals
with simple skills and practices that will improve their groundedness,
energy level and effectiveness in both personal and patient delivery.
The presentation includes practicing the embodiment and seamless
integration of body, mind, spirit and emotions for enhanced well-being.
Track: Practice, Education, Personal & Professional Development (I)

Monday June 15
9:00 AM – 10:30 AM – Workshop Block B (1.5 CNE)


31. Research Papers #2

A. Acknowledging Praxis: Recognizing Caring in Reflective
Narratives of Pediatric Nurses:

Mary Enzman Hines RN, PhD, CNS, CPNP, APHN-BC

B. The Ethical Caring Theory of Existential Authenticity:
The Lived Experience of the Art of Caring and Healing
in Nursing Administration: A Holistic Approach:

Marilyn A. Ray, RN, PhD, CTN-A, FAAN

C. Faith Based Caring: Research Supports a Historical
Front-Runner in Holistic Nursing and 21st Century
Opportunities:

Dr. Susan Dyess PhD, RN

D. Men in Holistic Nursing: Caring, Healing and
Intentionality:

Rorry Zahourek, PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC, AHN-BC

E. Creative Expression With Women Who Have Experienced
Emotional and Physical Trauma: The Effectiveness
of a Weekly Craft Group:

Linda Garner, PhD, RN, APHN-BC, CHES

32. Yoga and the Physiology of Stress: Ancient lessons from the
Yoga Sutras and their Application to Neurobiology and Holistic
Nursing Science

Alyson Ross PhD, RN
This presentation will review and discuss the parallels between
ancient yoga philosophy (Yoga Sutras of Patanjali) and current
neurobiological theories explaining the development of chronic,
lifestyle-related diseases, as well as to explore the science supporting
the use of yoga and related mind-body modalities in preventing and
treating chronic disease.
Track: Practice, Research, Personal & Professional Development (B, I)


33. Holistic Nursing: Past, Present and Future
Phyllis Mabbett PhD & Karilee Halo Shames PhD, RN, AHN-BC
This presentation will outline the core components of holism, will
describe environments which support its development and will
describe the amazing opportunities that currently exist for holism to
transform modern healthcare.
Track: Practice, Education, Personal & Professional Development (I)


34. Greening Your Practice and Your Health with Natural Products
Sheila Stroman PhD, BSN, MSN
The purpose of this activity is to equip the learner with confidence
and a framework of knowledge and skills to formulate health
promoting practices for minimizing the use of toxic products and
promoting the use of natural products in both home and work
environments.
Track: Practice, Education, Personal & Professional Development (I)


35. Chakras and Research: Bringing Light to the Intersection of
Research Paradigms, the Research Process, and Chakras

Carol Geisler PhD, RN & Beth Meighan RN, BSN, MA
This presentation will explore the intersection of research paradigms,
the research process and chakras. Participants will reflect on their
own research paradigms, their experience doing research, and their
knowledge of their own chakras; they will discover for themselves
possible connections and develop an action plan.
Track: Education, Research, Personal & Professional Development (I)


36. Self-Pulse for Self-Care: Maharishi Ayurveda
Maribeth Flood RN, ARNP, BSN, MS & Amy Ruff RN, BSN, WOCN
Participants will learn the skill of Maharishi Ayurveda self-pulse
evaluation to detect early imbalances in the body. Simple effective
techniques for correcting imbalances will be given, based on the
knowledge of Ayurveda, a traditional medicine with 6000 years of
continuous clinical application.
Track: Practice, Personal & Professional Development (B, I)


37. Florence Nightingale was a Complexity Scientist: The
Emergence of Meaning Through the History of Nursing Theory

Mike Taylor RN, MHA, CDE
The major threads of meaning in nursing that have emerged from
Florence Nightingales holistic vision will be examined. How these
threads of meaning have challenged and shaped nursing theory
and practice, including the place and value of holism will also be
covered to explore the connections between Nightingales vision
and complexity science.
Track: Practice, Education, Personal & Professional Development (A)


38. East Meets West: Yoga Mantra Applications
in Practice and Daily Life

Cathleen M Kelly RN, BSN, HN-BC
An experiential program designed to share recent findings
demonstrating the wide-ranging benefits of yoga mantra for reducing
stress-related symptoms. Participants will engage in the use of
mantra and a basic yoga posture to induce physiologic relaxation, a
sense of inner calm, and connection to the Divine within.
Track: Education, Personal & Professional Development (B, I)


Monday June 15
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM – Workshop Block C (1 CNE
)

41. Research Papers #3

A. Evaluating the Effect of Reiki on Stress, Anxiety, Pain
and Depression among Persons living with HIV:

Dr. Marie Bremner RN, PhD, Dr. Barbara J. Blake PhD, RN,
ACRN, FAAN, V. Doreen Wagner PhD, RN, MSN, CNOR,
& Gunseli Karakayali BS


B. Effects of Reiki on pain, anxiety and blood pressure
in knee replacement patients:

Dr. Ann Baldwin PhD, Anne Vitale, PhD APN AHN-BC,
Elise Brownell PhD, & Elizabeth Kryak MSN, RN-BC


C. Teaching Nurses Reiki Energy Therapy for Self-Care:
Angela Brathovde, MSN, RN,BC, HNB-BC

42. Nurses in Cinema: An Exploration of the Historical Roots of the
Image of Nursing

Nancy Laplante PhD, RN, AHN-BC & Wendy Ostendorf EdD, RN, CNE
The profession’s image from a historical perspective through the
lens of cinematic characters will be explored. Consistent with holistic
nursing philosophy, the presenters seek to empower nurses to role
model a positive, caring and sincere image that will have a ripple
effect on the profession.
Track: Practice, Education, Personal & Professional Development (I)


43. Engaging Expressive Arts as a Healing Practice
Patricia Manning RN, BSN
The purpose is to present the power of expressive arts and provide
opportunity through roll-play, to experience the process. How the
expressive arts process was applied for a hospital based parent
support group and currently used with a group of at-risk mothers-tobe
will be presented.
Track: Practice, Education, Praxis, Personal & Professional
Development, Aesthetics (B, I)


44. Healing Begins in the Womb
Tiffany Largey RN, BSN, MSN student & Susan M Dyess PhD, RN AHN-BC
To inform nurses, practitioners, and eventually the community of the
importance of assessing and preventing behavioral mental health
conditions, beginning in the womb and continuing through infancy,
using a holistic approach.
Track: Practice, Education, Research (B, I)


45. Embodied Nursing: How to Find your Ground, Move from
Center, and Embody Healing Presence

Alison Shaw NP, LMT, CEH
The purpose of this workshop is to promote awareness of habitual,
physical and energetic postures adopted under stress, and to teach
techniques for embodying postures of wholeness, intentionality and
healing presence to enhance holistic nursing clinical practice and
self-care.
Track: Practice, Personal & Professional Development (B, I)


46. From Chaos to Caritas: Using Caring Science Theory to Change
Yourself and Your Department

Justin Carpenter RN, BA, HN-BC
This presentation is designed to describe Caring Science Theory
as well as some practical advice on how to use this theory to
foster self-compassion and reflective practice, develop therapeutic
connections with patients, and create a healing environment within
your nursing unit.
Track: Practice, Education, Personal & Professional Development (B, I)


47. Holistic Nursing: Grounded in Nursing Education
Rayna Rogowsky BA, BS, RN, RYT-200 & Flannery Shanklin BA, BSN
The purpose is to improve the integration of holism into nursing
practice through engaging student nurse communities, and
supporting their educators and mentors.
Track: Practice, Education, Personal & Professional Development (B)


48. Nurse Coaching in Action: Transforming Healthcare
Shirley Conrad RN, MS & Marian Long, RN, MSN, AHN-BC, HWNCBC,
ND, CHTP/I & Linda Bark RN, PhD, MCC, NC-BC
This presentation will trace the roots of nurse coaching from the
rich soil of the American Holistic Nursing Association, AHNA, to the
fruit of transforming healthcare. Holistic nurses, coaches and noncoaches
will be inspired, while appreciating the diversity and practical
application of holistic nurse coaching.
Track: Practice, Education, Research, Praxis, Personal & Professional
Development (B, I)


Tuesday June 16
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM – Workshop Block D (1.5 CNE)

REPEAT OF WORKSHOP BLOCK B

51. Research Papers #2

A. Acknowledging Praxis: Recognizing Caring in Reflective
Narratives of Pediatric Nurses:

Mary Enzman Hines RN, PhD, CNS, CPNP, APHN-BC

B. The Ethical Caring Theory of Existential Authenticity:
The Lived Experience of the Art of Caring and Healing
in Nursing Administration: A Holistic Approach:

Marilyn A. Ray, RN, PhD, CTN-A, FAAN

C. Unitary Caring-Healing Inquiry: Childhood Abuse and
the Healing of Women’s Lives:

W. Richard Cowling, III, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, APRN-BC, FAAN

D. Men in Holistic Nursing: Caring, Healing and Intentionality:
Rorry Zahourek PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC, AHN-BC

E. Creative Expression With Women Who Have Experienced
Emotional and Physical Trauma: The Effectiveness
of a Weekly Craft Group:

Linda Garner PhD, RN, APHN-BC, CHES

52. Yoga and the Physiology of Stress: Ancient lessons from the
Yoga Sutras and their Application to Neurobiology and Holistic
Nursing Science

Alyson Ross PhD, RN
Track: Practice, Research, Personal & Professional Development (B, I)

53. Holistic Nursing: Past, Present and Future
Phyllis Mabbett PhD & Karilee Halo Shames PhD, RN, AHN-BC
Track: Practice, Education, Personal & Professional Development (I)


54. Greening Your Practice and Your Health with Natural Products
Sheila Stroman PhD, BSN, MSN
Track: Practice, Education, Personal & Professional Development (I)

55. Chakras and Research: Bringing Light to the Intersection of
Research Paradigms, the Research Process, and Chakras

Carol Geisler PhD, RN & Beth Meighan RN, BSN, MA
Track: Education, Research, Personal & Professional Development (I)

56. Self-Pulse for Self-Care: Maharishi Ayurveda
Maribeth Flood RN, ARNP, BSN, MS & Amy Ruff RN, BSN, WOCN
Track: Practice, Personal & Professional Development (B, I)

57. Florence Nightingale was a Complexity Scientist: The
Emergence of Meaning Through the History of Nursing Theory

Mike Taylor RN, MHA, CDE
Track: Practice, Education, Personal & Professional Development (A)

58. East Meets West: Yoga Mantra Applications in
Practice and Daily Life

Cathleen M Kelly RN, BSN, HN-BC
Track: Education, Personal & Professional Development (B, I)

Tuesday June 16
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM – Workshop Block E (1 CNE)

REPEAT OF WORKSHOP BLOCK C

61. Research Papers #3

A. Evaluating the Effect of Reiki on Stress, Anxiety, Pain
and Depression among Persons living with HIV:

Dr. Marie Bremner RN, PhD, Dr. Barbara J. Blake PhD, RN,
ACRN, FAAN, V. Doreen Wagner PhD, RN, MSN, CNOR,
& Gunseli Karakayali BS


B. Effects of Reiki on pain, anxiety and blood pressure
in knee replacement patients:

Dr. Ann Baldwin PhD, Anne Vitale, PhD APN AHN-BC,
Elise Brownell PhD, & Elizabeth Kryak MSN, RN-BC


C. Teaching Nurses Reiki Energy Therapy for Self-Care:
Angela Brathovde, MSN, RN,BC, HNB-BC

62. Nurses in Cinema: An Exploration of the Historical Roots
of the Image of Nursing

Nancy Laplante PhD, RN, AHN-BC & Wendy Ostendorf EdD, RN, CNE
Track: Practice, Education, Personal & Professional Development (I)

63. Engaging Expressive Arts as a Healing Practice
Patricia Manning RN, BSN
Track: Practice, Education, Praxis, Personal & Professional
Development, Aesthetics (B, I)


64. Healing Begins in the Womb
Tiffany Largey RN, BSN, MSN student & Susan M Dyess PhD, RN AHN-BC
Track: Practice, Education, Research (B, I)

65. Embodied Nursing: How to Find your Ground, Move from
Center, and Embody Healing Presence

Alison Shaw NP, LMT, CEH
Track: Practice, Personal & Professional Development (B, I)

66. From Chaos to Caritas: Using Caring Science Theory to Change
Yourself and Your Department

Justin Carpenter RN, BA, HN-BC
Track: Practice, Education, Personal & Professional Development (B, I)

67. Holistic Nursing: Grounded in Nursing Education
Rayna Rogowsky BA, BS, RN, RYT-200 & Flannery Shanklin BA, BSN
Track: Practice, Education, Personal & Professional Development (B)

68. Nurse Coaching in Action: Transforming Healthcare
Shirley Conrad RN, MS & Marian Long RN, MSN, AHN-BC, HWNCBC,
ND, CHTP/I & Linda Bark RN, PhD, MCC, NC-BC

Track: Practice, Education, Research, Praxis, Personal & Professional
Development (B, I)


Wednesday June 17
10:15 AM – 11:15 AM – Workshop Block F (1 CNE)


71. Grounding: Using Essential Oils for 1st Chakra Work
Jeannette Vaupel RN, BSN, LMT & Eileen Dunn BS
The purpose of this presentation is to take you to your world within
and tap into valuable self-knowledge and wisdom.
Track: Practice (B, I)


72. The Challenges, Successes, and Significance of Implementing an
Aromatherapy Program

Janet Tomaino RN, DNP
This presentation will describe the challenges and successes of a
DNP project to help implement a sustainable aromatherapy program
for hospice patients. It will connect the significance of using a simple
holistic modality that may benefit caregivers as well as patients and
families.
Track: Practice, Research, Personal & Professional Development (I)


73. Integrating Aromatherapy, It All Began with Florence
Dr. Susan Kristiniak DHA, MSN, RN, AHN-BC &
Mary Natschke RN, BAS, HNB-BC, IAC

This program will describe the evolution of aromatherapy that finds
historical content with Florence Nightingale and provide variations
of models of integration of holistic nursing practice that use
aromatherapy into practice settings.
Track: Practice, Education, Praxis, Personal & Professional
Development (I)


74. Rainbows from Rain, Connecting to Inner Wisdom Through
Life’s Thunderstorms

Lu Ann Wahl RN, HWNC-BC
This presentation was developed to empower nurses’ recognition
of their Divine inner wisdom. In knowing their own unique,
individualized expressions of this Wisdom energy, they become
powerful agents of energy shifts in others. Wisdom’s energy heals, it
is accessible to all.
Track: Practice, Personal & Professional Development (B, I
)

75. Getting Back to Our Roots: Implications for Your
Nursing Practice

Margaret Erickson RN, PhD, AHN-BC
The purpose of this presentation is threefold, first, to help nurses
reconnect to nursing’s roots. Second, for participants to gain a
greater understanding of holistic nursing’s value and necessity in the
healthcare transformation movement. Third, to learn to use the 5
aims of nursing to guide one’s holistic nursing practice.
Track: Practice, Praxis, Aesthetics (B, I)


76. Ancient Healing Traditions: Contemporary Culture Context
Julie Penick DNP, PhD, ThD
To equip the holistic nurse with an understanding that our
contemporary cultural health care approaches are rooted in the
ancient healing systems.
Track: Practice, Praxis, Personal & Professional Development (I)


77. Clinical Aromatherapy for Anxiety and Depression in
High Risk Post Partum Women – A Pilot Study

Pam Conrad RN, BSN, PGd, CCAP
The purpose of this presentation is to demonstrate the success of
an institutional educational program in clinical aromatherapy in its
sixth year. The building blocks necessary to develop an integrative,
evidence based, clinical aromatherapy program and pilot study will be
presented.
Track: Practice, Education, Research, Personal & Professional
Development, Aesthetics (I)


78. Self-care: Integrative Holistic & Complementary Energetic
Methods for Stress Reduction

Dr. Gail Van Kanegan DNP, CNP, RN, APHN-BC, EEM-AP
The purpose of this presentation is to provide nurses with
transformational holistic health care practices of stress reduction for
daily self-care. Utilizing energetic modalities, learn interdependent
relationships of the energetic body effects on mind, body, and spirit.
Techniques learned can be incorporated into personal health practices
to reduce the harmful effects of daily and chronic stress.
Track: Practice, Personal & Professional Development (B, I
)







 
 


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