Publications Supporting the mission, purpose and work of AHNCC can be found below.

Publications

Erickson, H. (2010). Exploring the interface between the philosophy and discipline of holistic nursing: Modeling and role-modeling at work. Cedar Park, TX: Unicorns Unlimited.

Erickson, H. (2007) Philosophy and theory of holism. Nurs Clin N Am 42, (2), 139–163.

Erickson, H.L., Erickson, M., Southard, M.E., Brekke, M., Sandor, M.K., Natschke, M. (2016). A Proactive Innovation for Health Care Transformation: Health and Wellness Nurse Coaching. J Holist Nurs. 2016 Mar; 34(1):44–55. doi: 10.1177/0898010115579770. Epub 2015 Apr 24.

Erickson, H., Erickson, M, Campbell, J., Brekke, M., Sandor, K. (2013). Validation of holistic nursing competencies: Role-delineation study, 2013. Journal of Holistic Nursing. (Published online 19 June 2013). Dec 31(4) 291–302.

Erickson, H., Erickson, M., Sandor, K., Brekke, M. (2013). The holistic worldview in action: evolution of holistic nurses certification programs. Journal of Holistic Nursing (Published online 19 June 2013). Dec 31(4) 303–313.

Erickson, M. (2012) Why is board certification important to holistic nursing? Beginnings, 23 (1), 16–17.

Erickson, M. & Sandor, M. K. (2016). Advanced Holistic Nursing Certification: What it Means and Why it’s Important. Beginnings, 36(3), 24–27.

Enzman Hines, M. & McCaffrey, R. (2016). Advanced holistic nursing practice. In B. M. Dossey, L. Keegan, C. C. Barre, M. A. Blaszko Hemling, D. A. Shields & K. M. Avino (Eds.) Holistic nursing: A handbook for practice (7th ed., pp 847-874). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.

Frisch, N. & Potter, P. (2016). Nursing theory in holistic nursing practice. In B. M. Dossey, L. Keegan, C. C. Barre, M. A. Blaszko Hemling, D. A. Shields & K. M. Avino (Eds.) Holistic nursing: A handbook for practice (7th ed., pp 111-120). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.

Fritter, E. & Shimp. K. (2016). What does certification in professional nursing practice mean? Academy of Medical Surgical Nurses, 25(2), 8–10.

Hines, M. E. (2016). Turning Words into Action: The Emerging Role of Advanced Holistic Nurses, Beginnings, 36(3), 6–7+.

Hines, M. E. & McCaffrey, R. (2016). Turning Words into Action: The Emerging Role of Advanced Holistic Nurses, Beginnings, 36(3), 16–17.

Jeffries, D. (2013). The public’s perception of certification. American Nephrology Nurses’ Association, 40(3), 211–216.

McElligott, D. (2016). Nurse Coaching Presents New Opportunities for Advanced Practice Nurses. Beginnings, 36(3), 19–20.

Rosa, W. & Lubansky, S. (2016). The Advanced Practice Holistic Nurse: A Leader in the Implementation of Core Values. Beginnings, 36(3).

Schroeter, K. (2015). The value of certification. Journal of Trauma Nursing, 22(2), 53–54.

Shields, D. & Stout-Shaffer, S. (2016). Self-development: The foundation of holistic self-care. In B. M. Dossey, L. Keegan, C. C. Barre, M. A. Blaszko Hemling, D. A. Shields & K. M. Avino (Eds.) Holistic nursing: A handbook for practice (7th ed., pp 683–702). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.

Shields, D. & Weaver, D. (2016). Turning Words into Action: The Emerging Role of Advanced Holistic Nurses, Beginnings, 36(3), 8–9+.

Southard, M. E. (2015). The nuances of cultural diversity in coaching. Beginnings, 35, (4). 22–23.

Southard, M. E. (2014). Nurse Coaching: Reaching new frontiers. Beginnings, 34, (3). 28–29.

AHNCC White Papers and Position Papers

APRN Position Statement

APRN Position Statement for NCSBN

NC Position Statement

White Paper: Graduate Holistic Nursing

ABNS Position Papers and Additional Publications

ABNS Strategies for Research Support: To Support the Conduct of Research and Promote the ABNS Research Agenda

American Board of Nursing Specialties Specialty Nursing Certification: Nurses’ Perceptions, Values and Behaviors White Paper

American Board of Nursing Specialties (ABNS) Value of Certification Survey Executive Summary