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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 a holistic caring-process; and actively engage in a life-time of holistic self-development, this work, provides:

  • A standardized model for curriculum development based in a philosophy, standards, and Core Values of Holistic Nursing;
  • Required essentials for Holistic Nursing Educational Programs, built on AACN Essentials; and
  • Outcome competencies expected of nurses graduating from these programs.

To access the document and read about additional resources planned to help faculty conceptualize, embrace, and develop a seamless basic to doctoral educational program, click here.

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