Welcome to our revolution in healthcare, returning nurses to their deep and long-standing history of partnering with plants. We are committed to the empowerment and education of nurses within herbalism, to connect them to their past and empower their future, for the care and comfort of their patients.
Recognizing that there is no other continuing education program for nurses that focuses on the Nursing Process within herbalism, Karen Bond has developed the Nurse Herbalist TM course to serve as a catalyst for change within Nursing.
The Nurse Herbalist TM course supports nurses who are recapturing their long-standing heritage in herbal education, to be able to make simple herbal recommendations when appropriate, holistically helping patients. These courses are rooted in herbalism and grounded in the nursing process, the first step to empower nurses in the practice of Nurse Herbalism.
The nursing process is the essential core of practice for the registered nurse to deliver holistic, patient-focused care, and is a scientific, systematic guide with five sequential steps:
1) Assessment 2) Diagnosis 3) Planning 4) Implementation 5) Evaluation
Our 3-Course Continuing Education Certified Nurse Herbalist (CNH) TM program is focused on the evidenced-based nursing process for holistic patient-centered care, the first step in incorporating herbalism into your practice.
The CNH TM designation is dedicated to the education of herbalism within Nursing.
Join us in Revitalizing Nurse Herbalism.
About Your Instructor
KAREN BOND, MPH-CR, BSN, BA, RN, LMT, LLLT,
REID, RH (AHG) Advanced Clinical Herbalist
Karen Bond holds a Masters in Public Health (MPH) with a focus on clinical research, a Bachelor of Arts in Education (BA), is a licensed registered nurse (BSN), an advanced clinical herbalist, AHG, a Registered Integrative Ayurvedic Doctor (R.E.I.D.), a licensed massage therapist (LMT), and Low-Level Laser Light Therapist (LLLT).
About This Course
This nurse continuing professional development activity was
approved by the American Holistic Nurses
Association (AHNA), an accredited approver by the
American Nurses Credentialing Center’s
Commission on Accreditation.
Approved award 3.0 contact hours AHNA #1613.
Expiration Date: 09-29-2023
“ I thoroughly enjoyed the content and found it resonated with me to the core of my being! I am passionate about the information I learned and look forward to sharing that knowledge with others. Especially during a time when a number of nurses are reporting burnout and a sense of powerlessness! ”
~ Sariena (CANADA)