IHPC Sponsored Congressional Briefing – AHNA & AHNCC Represented

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AHNA Executive Director Terri Roberts JD, RN and AHNCC CEO Margaret Erickson PhD, MSN, CNS, APHN-BC attended the “Pain Management in the United States: An Underlying Contributor to the Opioid Crisis” Congressional Briefing Wednesday, March 6 at the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington D.C. Featured experts from academic, government, and association settings educated members… Read more »

FOUNDATIONS, COMPETENCIES, AND CURRICULAR GUIDELINES FOR BASIC TO DOCTORAL HOLISTIC NURSING EDUCATION (First Edition)

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The American Holistic Nurses Credentialing Corporation (AHNCC) and the American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA) announce the publication of a standardized model for Holistic Nursing basic to doctoral educational programs. Designed to help faculty teach nurses how to practice holistic person-centered care; use the sciences of holism, health, wellness, and wellbeing; utilize the individual’s worldview in…

Holistic Nurse and Nurse Coach Campaign Announcement

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AHNCC is currently seeking certified holistic nurses or nurse coaches to promote these specialties to the public sector and mainstream media through publication in lay journals (Reader’s Digest, Prevention, AARP, Guideposts, etc.) AHNCC is also seeking certified holistic nurses or nurse coaches to provide a short videoclip on Holistic Nursing or Nurse Coaching. Videos will… Read more »

Congratulations to Capital University, one of AHNCC’s Endorsed Schools. They have recently received a second grant to expand Nursing Education.

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Capital University’s Department of Nursing has been awarded a second $200,000 grant by the Ohio Board of Nursing from the Nursing Education Grant Program (NEGP) to increase enrollment capacity in the university’s nurse education programs. “Exceptional, holistic nurses and nurse leaders, like those we prepare at Capital, are essential to sustaining healthy communities, families, individuals… Read more »

Announcing Holistic Nursing Curriculum Guidelines

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ANNOUNCING THE FOUNDATIONS, COMPETENCIES, AND CURRICULAR GUIDELINES FOR BASIC TO DOCTORAL HOLISTIC NURSING EDUCATION! Welcome to all who are interested in standardizing Holistic Nursing curriculum guidelines,  transforming healthcare,  and empowering nurses so they can practice to the maximum of their abilities. The American Holistic Nurses Credentialing Corporation (AHNCC) in concert with the American Holistic Nurses… Read more »

Introducing M.Kay Sandor, PhD, RN, LPC, AHN-BC®

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Kay Sandor loving life as she enjoys fishing – one of her favorite pastimes. Kay Sandor always has a smile on her face. It is evident she is at peace with her life and passionate about her beliefs. Dr. Sandor has been involved with holistic nursing for almost 20 years. Although she was drawn to…

NOTICE to Certificants: Access to your records and contact information has changed

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AHNCC now has new programs available for Certificants to access their certification information. On our web site www.ahncc.org, you can create a password and log in to your records (upper right part of the screen) using our secure provider Caspio. Once logged in, you will be able to: – View and update personal information (mailing… Read more »

Meet Board Member Barb Picciano, BSN, RN, HN-BC® and Discover a Holistic Rapid Response Model of Healthcare also known as Code Lavender

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Barb Picciano didn’t begin her career as a nurse — she worked as a dental assistant and nursing assistant. However, she has an insatiable curiosity for all areas of health care and her journey continued in various roles at the Cleveland Clinic. Her wide range of experiences included work as a Pediatric ICU Nursing Assistant;…

Retired Status phase-in period ending Dec 31

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The Retired Status certification phase-in period is ending December 31, 2016. During the phase–in period, nurses who have been certified in the past in holistic nursing, but are now retired may apply for the title of Retired Certified Holistic Nurse even if they are past the one year expired renewal date of their certification. …. Read more »

Introducing. . . Captain Anna Rhodes, RN, MSN, CCRN-CSC, HNB-BC®

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Captain Rhodes, a new AHNCC board member, brings a wealth of nursing experience and an entirely new perspective to holistic nursing to the organization. Anna lives in Iowa City, IA where she earned her BSN and a BA in music. Anna reports she has always been driven to the complementary and holistic philosophy of healthcare….