Posts Tagged ‘holistic health care’

Dr Rich Snyder (adrenal fatigue) and Marni Wasserman (plant based diet) Guests This Week.

Sunday, November 23rd, 2014

Snyder-Richard

My first guest this week was Dr Rich Snyder who is an osteopathic physician board certified in internal medicine and nephrology and specializes in kidney disease, high blood pressure, adrenal health, and medicaL education. He is Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine at Temple U and has written 5 books including Adrenal Fatigue for Dummies, and What You Need to Know about Kidney Disease.  More information was presented earlier on this site.

 

marni wasserman

 

My second guest was Marni Wasserman, a holistic nutritionist who founded the Marni Wasserman Food Studio and Lifestyle Shop in Toronto, Canada. She has appeared on several radio and television programs and is the author of Plant Based Diet for Dummies. More information was presented earler on this site and can be found at:   http://www.marniwasserman.com

Enjoy the interview below:

 

Holistic Principles in Health Care with Sheila Kerpelman, Masters prepared, Experienced Family Nurse Practitioner

Tuesday, November 25th, 2008

Holistic Principles in Nursing with Sheila Kerpelman, Family Nurse Practitioner

How are holistic principles being used in daily nursing practice and health care?

Ms Sheila Kerpelman, a Masters Prepared Family Nurse Practitioner, discusses how she uses alternative holistic principles in her nursing practice and how nursing schools integrate it into their curriculum. Should it be a specialty or offered to all students? How are the principles integrated into daily health care?  Do nursing journals support alternative principles in health care?  Is there room in health care for a diversity of players–some prepared and some unprepared? Should all health care workers be registered or certified? Who actually brings about healing in patients. These and other questions are answered by this experienced family nurse practitioner.