April 7, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The American Holistic Nurses Association’s (AHNA) New Website is Now Live!
AHNA invites you to explore its new website and resources. Our website has been redesigned to provide a user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality, allowing you to access up to date content with the option to share information across all major social networking sites.
Holistic nurses, healthcare professionals and the public can now easily access AHNA’s purpose, mission and projects. Explanations of AHNA’s committees, services and advocacy provide details on what the association offers to its members and how holistic nursing supports healthy nurses and a healthier healthcare environment.
Created with the user experience in mind, the website uses the latest technology to be compatible with all electronic devices - without the need for Adobe® Flash to view it.
We invite you to visit AHNA’s portfolio of educational offerings and products in the new AHNA shop, which automatically updates so nurses can always access the latest Continuing Nursing Education offerings and take their tests.
AHNA’s brand new Resource section provides a bounty of tool kits, relevant practice acts, healing modalities and much more.
Now up-to-date holistic nursing information is never more than a key word away!
At its founding in 1981, the American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA) adopted as its primary mission the advancement of holistic healthcare by increasing awareness and promoting education as well as personal community-building among nurses, other healthcare professionals and the public. This professional specialty nursing membership organization is becoming the definitive voice for holistic nursing for registered nurses and other holistic healthcare professionals around the world. Holistic nursing focuses on integrating traditional, complementary and integrative treatment opportunities to improve the physical, mental, emotional and relational health of the whole person.
AHNA delivers valuable resources, improves educational tools, and offers superior networking opportunities to a vibrant and expanding universe of healthcare professionals. AHNA currently services almost 4,500 members through 130 local chapters/networks in the U.S. and abroad.
Holistic nursing is recognized by the American Nurses Association as an official nursing specialty with both a defined scope and standards of practice.
To learn more, please visit www.ahna.org
For Additional information contact:
Jacob Wingard, Communications Coordinator