许多医疗保健从业人员发现，整个西方世界的医疗模式存在缺口，整体健康模式可以弥补. 英国国立圣马丁大学整体健康研究文科硕士(MAHS). 官方网站是一个创新的项目，它邀请来自不同背景和经历的人来学习哲学, 科学, 以及整体健康和治疗的艺术.
这个在线课程吸收了生活各个角落和所有学科的知识. 你将研究医疗保健的新兴和综合模式, 并学会在社会变迁的历史背景下了解自己和当前的整体健康运动. 您将对来自不同文化的古老治疗传统有更深的了解, 还有你自己的文化影响, 当你研究支撑当今医疗系统的历史结构时.
- 从该领域内的文化和社会变化的影响中拉动, 包括女性作为治疗师的丰富历史
澳门新葡新京的学生被他们对生活的意义和目的的兴趣所激励. 他们热衷于通过学习和整合整体实践来创建更健康、更有活力的社区, 无论是个人还是职业.
“My best friend has a bad case of Crohn's disease and was very sick for a long time. She found relief through holistic health modalities—herbs, supplements and energy healing. It stimulated my interest.
There aren’t a lot of holistic health programs out there. This program just spoke to me. I was surprised by how dedicated the instructors are. They care so much and are so passionate. They’ll help you in any way possible to get through the program.
Healthcare is shifting toward a holistic direction because it’s not just about treating the problem with medicine but treating the person individually and meeting them where they are. It’s moving from reactive care to preventative care. It’s about the mind, body and spirit and identifying the gaps. If you're struggling mentally, maybe start a meditation practice or breathing exercises.
I'm a nurse, so I was looking at the program from a clinical practice standpoint. What I got was so much more. It helped me find my authentic self and the type of nurse I want to be.
I used to be a very reactive person. Now I’m more aware of how I fill a space. I focus on breathing when I get worked up and can control my emotions now. The program opened my eyes to the way the world really is. It gave me the ability to find and give grace to everyone and everything.
My background is hospice, oncology and palliative care nursing, so I streamlined my program toward holistic death and dying. I assisted in the death and dying class and did my practicum with a healthcare organization focusing on end-of-life documentation. Hospice isn’t depressing because I have a totally different view. It’s an honor to be with a patient or veteran at that specific moment in their life with their family. Because you're not just treating the patient, you're treating the entire family. I’m just helping them write their story. I’m hoping to get them to a point where they're comfortable and finishing up things in this life so they can move on to the next—whatever that is. It's guiding them to their own answers, back to their inner selves.
The title of our group master’s thesis was,‘Turning Wounds into Wisdom: An Intuitive Inquiry into Healing Women's Body Image through Creative Expression.’ It's basically about improving one's confidence and self-acceptance. That thesis was a transformational experience for me that brought an aha moment. It triggered this whole self-revelation process and just lit a fire under me.
And now I landed my dream role! I work at the Department of Veteran Affairs. I'm now the WholeHealth RN Program Manager, developing an entirely new department around employee and veteran whole health care. We’re lucky to have all kinds of things at the VA—acupuncturist, chiropractic care, Tai Chi yoga, guided meditation, biofeedback, massage, even aromatherapy.
Looking back, I'm so happy I went through the program because, for me, it was life changing. If you’re thinking about getting into the program, don't do it with just a goal in mind. Be open to all the other possibilities it could bring.”