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Kelly Freeman, MSN, RN, AGPCNP-BC, DipACLM | United States of America
Lifestyle medicine utilizes therapeutic lifestyle interventions as a primary modality to treat noncommunicable chronic conditions such as metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular disease, and type 2 diabetes. Nurses and advanced practice nurses are well positioned to offer lifestyle medicine interventions to best optimize chronic disease outcomes utilizing a person-centered approach.
This webinar is being presented by the American College of Lifestyle Medicine.
Note: 1.0 NCPD contact hour will be awarded
Sheryl Garriques-Lloyd, MSc, RN | Jamaica
The profession of nursing is one of caregiving; therefore, being selfish is more than likely taboo. But no one can pour from an empty cup. Join us as we discuss "selfish is not always a bad word; that's when it's called self-care".Please note this session will not be recorded and the only way to receive NCPD is to attend the live session.
We have an opportunity for the invisible identity as a first-generation college nurse to be a visible solution to healthcare’s greatest challenges, and that’s what I hope to cultivate with the support program I created.
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