2019 June 2-7 – American Holistic Nurses Association Annual Conference: Tulsa, Oklahoma

Theme – Holistic Nurses: Unifying Heart, Presence & Voice

The purpose of this conference is to enable participants to embrace, empower and inspire nursing practice through heart centered communication, theories rooted in holism, disciplinary knowledge and authentic presence.


People interested in this conference include holistic nurses, practitioners, educators, and researchers. Nurses who are interested in exploring the foundations of holistic nursing and its potential for promoting health and well being for patients and themselves. Nurses who are interested in deepening their ability to apply nursing knowledge to contemporary health care issues and use their voices to advocate for the creation of a culture of health .

About the Program

We are living in a dynamic, rapidly evolving time of complex challenges and untold opportunity. Holism is a solid foundation upon which we can create and envisioned future of true whole-person caring. This conference includes preconference immersions into holistic nursing practice, knowledge development, and theory. Conference topics include explorations of holistic nursing research, theory development, community dialogue, and honoring cultural expressions of healing and helping.

Conference Highlights

Helen Erickson, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, FAAN Keynote speaker
Richard Cowling, III, PhD, RN, APRN-BC, AHN-BC, FAAN, ANEF