Workshop Block H
Saturday June 10 10:30 AM - Noon
91. Research Papers 6
A. The Genízaro People in New Mexico: A Critical Ethnography on Ethnic Identities and Healing Traditions that May Mediate their Mental Health
Ana Malinalli X Gutierrez Sisneros, PhD(c)-ABD, MSN, MALAS, APRN, PMHCNS-BC, CCM, AHN-BC
B. An Evolving Identity: Self-Reflection on the Image of Nursing
Nancy Laplante, PhD, RN, AHN-BC & Wendy Ostendorf, EdD, RN, CNE
C. Traditional Chinese Medicine: Reconsidering Healthcare in the U.S.
Kathryn Gay Voreis, MSN, RN, CNE
92. Qigong Healing: Potentiating Presence
Carolyn Atkinson PhD, RN
Discover a framework for healing based on a Chinese philosophy of energy work and congruent with holistic nursing principles. This is an innovative model for self-care and healing that utilizes particular meditative movements, sound and visualization within a context of connecting with a collective intentional field.
Track: Practice, Education, Research, Personal & Professional Development (I)
93. GRIT: Thriving at the Abyss: Dissecting and Fostering Grit in Nursing
Shari Liesch APNP, CDE
“Thriving at the Abyss” invites holistic nurses to explore their nurse grit through personal experiences on the abyss: the situation, feelings experienced, their choice to explore deeper (or not) and the outcome (in care and nurse experience). Self-reflection will guide exploration as we embrace the journey and impact on self-development.
Track: Practice, Education, Personal & Professional Development (I)
94. Integrated Behavioral Healthcare: Opportunities for the Holistic Nurses
Sara Shields, RN, MSN, MA, RN
With the new models of integrated care in behavioral health, Holistic Nurses have the opportunity to become involved with interdisciplinary patient care in a new way. This workshop discusses the high demand for holistic approaches to resiliency and recovery for patients with psychiatric diagnoses and offers guidance for successful implementation.
Track: Practice, Research, Personal & Professional Development (I)
95. Paper Meets the Smart Phone
Nicole Malcom, BSB-HRM & Carole Ann Drick, PhD, RN, AHN-BC
Nurse educators, practitioners, researchers and supervisors need the ability to communicate and demonstrate the positive effects of using holistic healthcare to patients and other professionals. Participants will deepen their knowledge of mobile technology on a multi-generational, multi-use and multi-platform level.
Track: Practice, Education, Personal & Professional Development, Nurse Coaching (I)
96. Holistic Nursing Care for Persons Recovering from Addictions
MaryAnne Christine Murray, DNP, EdD, FNP-BC, PMHNP-BC,CARN-AP
Participants will explore three nonpharmacologic modalities: Aromatherapy, Cranial ElectroStimulation Therapy and the NADA
Protocol of Auricular Acupuncture, they may implement to assist clients recovering from substance use and/or behavioral disorders.
Track: Practice, Personal & Professional Development, Advanced Practice (I)
FULL 97. Essential Oils: Hey Nurse, What Oil Do I Use for...?
Jacquelyn Komplin, RN, PHN, MSN
Discover the wonderful properties of essential oils and the professional and ethical responsibilities necessary when recommending essential oils. Attendees will make their own body product!
Track: Practice, Education, Personal & Professional Development (B)
98. As Above, So Below: Kundalini Yoga for Grounded Visionaries
Cathleen M Kelly, RN, MSN, HN-BC
Participants will gain knowledge and insight into the importance of one’s personal self-development and the capacity of Kundalini Yoga to affect stamina and resilience. A personal action plan incorporating yoga techniques that are readily accessible, comprehensive (body-mind-spirit) and simple will be developed.
Track: Practice, Research, Personal & Professional Development (I,A)
99. Endocannabinoid Connections
Marcie Cooper RN, ADS, MSN, AHN-BC; Heather Manus, RN; & Julie Monteiro, RN, BSK
Participants will learn about the connection between healing and Endocannabinoids or phyto cannabinoids, terpenes, and the
endocannabinoid system. They will be better able to understand the science and research that has been documented and the compounds in cannabis specifically that are related to those findings and may be also seen with various holistic therapies.
Track: Practice, Personal & Professional Development, Advanced Practice (B,I)