Established in 1977, the National Institute of Whole Health (NIWH), pioneers and researchers of Whole Health – the country’s oldest and only I.C.E. and ANA nationally accredited Whole Health training program – is celebrating national Nurses Month. Throughout our culture, nurses are found to provide the heart-felt care that has earned them the reputation of being “the hands and hearts of health care.”
In recognition of the outstanding work and service of nurses in healthcare, NIWH is offering a special Nurses Month Scholarship for all new nurse learners. Please contact email@example.com for more information on this offer!
Rooted in the visionary work of Florence Nightingale, the pioneer of modern nursing, today’s nurses continue to engage in the patient centered care exemplified by the “Lady with the Lamp.” It is this commitment that has earned nurses the top spot in the annual Gallup poll for the “Most Trusted Profession” for 20 years in a row.
The NIWH 3 in 1 Whole Health Program for nurse professionals, inspired by Florence Nightingale’s vision, provides qualified applicants with a Whole Person, evidence-based knowledge needed for today’s healthcare landscape. Many healthcare professionals, including nurses, are shifting their work to a model of whole health centered care, patient education, wellness, and disease prevention.
Our ANCC approved courses provide learners with the whole package for success! As the scope of nursing practice includes patient education, the NIWH training allows for an additional and separate scope of practice in Whole Health Education®, built upon your nurse training.
Becoming a credentialed nurse educator will provide you the opportunity to receive a separate specialty, National Provider Identification (NPI) number and professional liability insurance for your work as a Patient Health Educator. You can utilize the NPI for private practice, as well as in a physician led medical facility, to empower individuals to take greater control over their health by understanding the how and why of their health care concerns.
To learn more about our program, visit our website.
Meet some of our graduates (featured below) and see how they are applying their training!