51. Research Papers 4:
A. The Experience of Holistic Nurse Coaching for Patients with Chronic Conditions
Colleen Delaney PhD, RN, AHN-BC & Linda Bark PhD RN MCC NC-BC NBC-HWC
B. A Nurse Coaching Intervention: The Road to Wellness after Breast Cancer
Tammy Faye Adams, RN, BSN & Susanne Cutshall, DNP, APRN, CNS, APHN-BC
C. Results of a National Survey of Nurse Coaches
Alyson Ross, PhD, RN
D. Exploring the Use of Structured Reminiscence as a Holistic Nursing Practice
Cynthia Stinson, Dr, PhD & Elizabeth Long, DNP
E. A Mindfulness Intervention to Enhance Leadership Effectiveness
Deborah Raines, PhD, EdS, RN, ANEF, FAAN & Diane Ceravolo, MSN, RN
52. Expanding Our View of the Body-Mind Connection: An Advanced Multidimensional Model
Alison Shaw, RN, HNB-BC, LMT, CEH
Participants will learn a practical model and skills to discover how their patients' and their own bodies, minds and spirits have worked together to create illness and health. Practices to release limiting bodymind patterns and build new patterns that promote healing for self and patient care will be taught.
Track: Practice, Personal & Professional Development, Nurse Coaching (I)
53. Using the Ancient Wisdom of Reflexology to Enhance Nurse Coaching Practice
Deborah McElligott, DNP, AHN-BC, ANP-BC, HWNC-BC & Nancy Mishanie, RN,BPS, CNAT
This presentation partners the ancient art of reflexology with the new role of nurse coaching to enhance the patient and practitioner experience. Reflexology theory will be identified and techniques will be demonstrated so participants can see the correlation to self-care and relaxation and how incorporation of reflexology into a nurse coaching session can occur.
Track: Practice, Education, Research, Personal & Professional Development, Advanced Practice, Nurse Coaching (A)
54. Holistic and Integrative Nursing and Healthcare: Similarities, Differences, and the Evidence
Susan Dyess, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, NE-BC, HWNC-BC, Noreen Frisch, PhD, RN, FAAN & David Rabinowitsch, DNP, RN, AHN-BC, CHTP/I, CNE
Holistic nursing, integrative nursing, holistic healthcare, integrative healthcare and integrative medicine are terms that the public and many professionals use interchangeably. This workshop will assist HNs to articulate the meanings, uses and commonalities of these terms and place their practice within these categories as integrative health care models evolve.
Track: Practice, Education, Research, Praxis (I)
55. Embracing the Yin and Yang in Holistic Nursing; How Do We Deal with Divisive Moral Stances to Enhance Healing and Holism
Rorry Zahourek, PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC, AHN-BC, FAAN
This focused dialogue recognizes our planet's dangerous global divisiveness. Using Moral Principles from Jonathan Haidt's book The Righteous Mind we will explore our own polarized beliefs and how we might work with these to promote holistic dialogue with those with divergent values and beliefs to promote local and global health.
Track: Education, Praxis, Personal & Professional Development,
Advanced Practice, Nurse Coaching (I)
56. Advanced Practice Holistic Nursing: Opportunities, Contributions, Constraints, and Conflicts
Mary I Enzman Hines, APRN, PhD, CNS, CPNP, APHN-BC & Mary Elaine Southard, DNP, CNS, APHN-BC, HWNC-BC, DipCHom
This presentation focuses on the role of the APHN particularly the opportunities, contributions, challenges, conflicts, and constraints of the role. A dialogue will ensue that expands the overview of the role to assist in creating in-depth appreciation of the role of APHN and future solutions for the challenges.
Track: Praxis, Advanced Practice (I, A)
57. Pathways to Healing: We Have a Dream!!
Mary B. Johnson, RN, BSN, MSN, PhD, AHN-BC (Retired), CHTP & Diana Neal, PhD, RN, PHN
We have a dream of a healing center in every community where
people can come and experience, connect, and reflect on actively participating in their own healing journey. Come and explore the possibility of starting a process of coming together as holistic nurses to create and expand our presence in local communities and, more generally, around the globe.
Track: Practice, Education, Research, Personal & Professional Development (I)
58. Transcending as We Travel Together; From Walking Wounded to Emerging as Wounded Healers
Karen Ellen Fink, BSN, AA, RN, HNB-BC, LMT; Jalma Marcus RN, BS, MS, HNB-BC, CLSE, AT & Mary VanGunten, RN HN-BC
As instruments of healing, our wounds can be gifts we unwrap to connect and engage in healing, self-awareness, and growth. This workshop provides an opportunity to create a mini global healing community using creative expression: storytelling, journaling with poetry, drawing and music to promote transforming and
transcendence of our wounds.
Track: Practice, Education, Research, Praxis, Personal & Professional Development, Aesthetics, Advanced Practice, Nurse Coaching (I)