The Power of Nursing- NY Times Blog

Nurses use deep listening skills and support wellness in a variety of settings. The Nurse-Family Partnership Program demonstrates this powerful role that nurses play in impacting vulnerable populations. Coaching is one of the many roles all nurses serve and this excellent article in the NY Times articulates why- mainly trust.  This article demonstrates how nurses taking the lead in health and wellness coaching can have the greatest impact on positive health outcomes.  Have a look and let your voice be heard by commenting at the end of the article.  Be sure to include your credentials as a nurse!Become an Integrative Nurse Coach

Ronald D. Kanka is the Director of Business Operations for the International Nurse Coach Association | Integrative Nurse Coach™ Academy.

He previously served as the Program Coordinator of the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, Integrative Medicine Division, where he coordinated large conferences (and cruises) on topics such as Clinical Nutrition, Acupuncture, and other complementary therapies.

In 2012, Ron met INCA Co-Founder,Susan Luck, at a Clinical Nutrition conference. Soon after, he began consulting for INCA as a Program Manager, and was essential in the growth of INCA’s global presence and helped to propel INCA to the forefront of the Nurse Coach movement. When Susan Luck and Barbara Dossey decided to convert the onsite Integrative Nurse Coach™ Certificate Program to an online format, they asked Ron and Karen Avino to join them as partners to assist in this large undertaking.

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