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 Association (AHNA) announce the publication of a document that can be used to standardize holistic nursing educational processes for those entering the Nursing Profession. The Holistic Nursing Curriculum Guidelines can be viewed or downloaded starting October 15, 2017.

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The Curriculum Guidelines reflects more than two years of work by AHNCC in concert with AHNA. The authors have years of experience with Holistic Nursing practice, education, research, and administration. Reviewers include Holistic Nurse experts from the several groups including the AHNCC and AHNA Boards, AHNCC Endorsed Program Faculty, Nurse Theorists, Nurse Leaders, and others. To read related material that preceded this work click here.

The FOUNDATIONS, COMPETENCIES, AND CURRICULAR GUIDELINES FOR BASIC TO DOCTORAL HOLISTIC NURSING EDUCATION builds on AACN’s Essentials of Basic and Graduate Education, and is designed to describe the why, what, and when of Holistic Nursing Education. The document provides standardized curriculum guidelines that inform nurses how to practice person-centered care; use the sciences of holism, health, wellness, and wellbeing to understand the individual’s worldview; and ensure that they know how to practice self-care that will help them grow, learn, and become the most they can be so they are able to create energy-based connections with others.

The First Edition of the Curriculum Guidelines will be available for complimentary download from October 15, 2017-September 30, 2018. The Second Edition will be available by hardcopy for a minimal charge. Tool Kits and Webinars will be available starting January, 2018. Their availability will be announced here and in AHNA’s eNewsletter.

 

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