September 21, 2011 – Georgianna Donadio Selected to Chair Clinical Advisory Board for Wellceuticals, A Whole Health Program Partner
September 21, 2011, Wellesley, MA – The National Institute of Whole Health (http://www.niwh.org), pioneers of the first patient education and health coaching model developed and utilized in clinical settings, today announced the organizations Program Director, Georgianna Donadio, DC, MSc, PhD, has been selected by Wellceuticals to oversee the formulation of the company’s line of supplements.
Creators of clinically-based, pharmaceutical-grade supplements that encourage overall wellness and skin health, Wellceuticals products uses 40 years of clinical research to optimize an individual’s nutrition and treat deficiencies. The company is a division of Nephroceuticals, creators of supplements that fulfill the nutritional needs of kidney and heart patients in partnership with the National Kidney Foundation and the American Association of Heart Failure Nurses (AAHFN). In 2012, Wellceuticals intends to release the first and only general multivitamin for overall wellness and skin health.
“We are delighted to be appointing Dr. Donadio to the newly created role of Chairperson for our Clinical Advisory Board,” said John Wigneswaran, MD, Chief Executive Officer of Nephroceuticals. “Not only will we be relying on Dr. Donadio’s over 35 years of experience in nutrition and research to help formulate our supplements, but she will be forming a clinical and strategic advisory board consisting of experts from various disciplines, such as dermatology and obstetrics and gynecology.”
Founded by Donadio and established in 1977, NIWH is the pioneer of Whole Health Education® and Behavioral Engagement™. The Institute’s programs provide integrative, evidence-based whole health program and courses for medical, allied health, education, fitness and wellness professionals. This model has been recognized as a Best Practice by a Harvard Medical School affiliate hospital, and nominated for the Fetzer Institute’s Norman Cousin’s Award for Best Practice in Relationship-Centered Care.