This continuing education activity was approved by the North Carolina Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialling Center's Commission on Accreditation.
This activity has been submitted to the American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA) for approval to award contact hours. AHNA is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
6 Contact Hours
Instuctor: Terry Apt Carasick, ARNP-C, ND
The purpose of this program is to offer nurses healing modalities with herbs to prevent illness and strategies to increase coping while achieving their optimum health potential.
- Explore ways to incorporate herbal and nutritional home remedies into self-care support during winter
- Define nursing strategies with the use of herbs and food to support the immune response
- Analyze the role that herbs can play specific to the immune system; the influenza virus; the common cold
- Discuss the role of herbs and coping with stress during the immune response
Nurses will be more attuned to prevention and focus on support and nurturance of the natural healing ability of the body, and will learn strategies for themselves and their families in self-care which will extend to their patients. Nurses will have options with herbs and natural remedies to support the immune system and the return to wellness and their optimal level of functioning.
Successful completion of the program will require full attendance and completion of an evaluation form.
Terry Apt Carasick, ARNP-C, ND has declared no financial relationships related to this contact hour activity.
When & Where
BioNetwork is part of the North Carolina Community College System and is hosted by community colleges throughout the state.
The mission of BioNetwork is to provide high quality economic and workforce development for biotechnology and life science industries across North Carolina through education, training, and laboratory resources.
For additional educational opportunities and resources, visit ncbionetwork.org.