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‘Treat Yourself to
‘Nurturing the Nurse’ in 2012!’




Photos courtesy of Harmony Hill Retreat Center on the Hood Canal in southwestern Washington state, where ‘Nurturing the Nurse’ workshops have been convened since 2010.

September 10th-12th, 2012 at Harmony Hill Retreat Center

You are invited to join us for the awesome opportunity to participate in the 2012 “Nurturing the Nurse” Retreat Workshop and earn up to 16 CNEs of re-licensure credits.

Created to take full advantage of the inspired ‘Harmony Hill’ setting on the Hood Canal in southwestern Washington State — this Retreat Workshop will provide you many, many NURTURING opportunities!

Highlights include:

  • Reconnecting to the meaning and purpose of the nursing profession.

  • Exploring innovative holistic nursing practices to facilitate the inner mechanisms of healing and nurturing the mind, body and spirit.

  • Enjoying experiential learning, using imagery, mindfulness practice, energy healing, yoga and movement, hand massage, and nutritionally nurturing meals.

  • Deepening awareness and a greater personal sense of well being.

  • The program also provides clinical skills and tools for nurses to become more effective in their work as educators, clinicians, coaches and guides in diverse healthcare settings including: home care, hospice, hospitals, community health, as educators, and in private practice. Up to 16 nursing re-licensure credits are available.

Register for the 2012 Retreat Workshop September 10-12 

Download the 2012 Retreat Workshop flier

Want to see the 2 1/2 Day Schedule? See the 2012 Retreat Tri-fold >>

Scan the gorgeous facilities where ‘Nurturing the Nurse’ convenes 

Nurture yourself with views of these gardens & labyrinths 

Read more about the ‘Nurturing the Nurse’ experience 

Learn more about the global nursing shortage

See our ongoing ‘Nurturing the Nurse’ story

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In 2008 & 2009, Asoka Roy’s family created a Platinum Sponsorship of the Nightingale Declaration Campaign to honor the memory of their sister — a pioneering nurse & midwife in both India & the United States. Projects developed from this contribution included an India-wide outreach of the Nightingale Declaration dedicated to Asoka’s memory.
See: An Indian Nightingale
Generous Support of Drs. Rustum & Della Roy