The history of holism and its contrasts with our current health care system is the topic of UW-Green Bay’s first After Thoughts presentation of the 2015-16 series. Associate Professor of Nursing T. Heather Herdman will present “Integrative Health Care: what’s the whole holistic thing, anyway?” Tuesday, Oct. 6 in the Grand Foyer of the Weidner Center. Herdman has held leadership positions with national and international nursing organizations, and she is widely recognized for her expertise in holistic care and has studied clinical aromatherapy, massage and herbal therapies. “People are learning about and integrating essential oils, herbs, and body therapies into their daily lives and we need to be able to talk about these in an open and informed way,” she says. Advance registration is recommended. The cost of each program is $15. For details, see our news release.
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9 Jan, 2020