Wednesday, June 26, 2013
12:00 PM EDT
Presented by Judith M. Fouladbakhsh, PhD, APRN, BC, AHN-BC, CHTP, this webinar will:
- Focus on the use of CAM therapies for health promotion and symptom management
- Provide an overview of theoretical and philosophical foundations for selected therapies
- Present related research evidence
- Offer participants a chance to ask questions during a live question and answer period
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This webinar aims to inform nurses and other cancer care professionals about evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapies, practices and products that may be integrated into oncology practice. Emphasis will be places on the use of CAM therapies fir health promotion and symptom management during the cancer trajectory. In addition, the theoretical and philosophical foundations of selected therapies will be reviewed, as well as related research evidence.
Judith M. Fouladbakhsh, PhD, APRN, BC, AHN-BC, CHTP is an Associate Professor at Wayne State University, College of Nursing where she is currently the director of the graduate Certificate Program in Complementary Therapies for Healthcare. She has extensive experience in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), pain management, public health, and cancer nursing.
Dr. Fouladbakhsh’s research – which has been presented nationally and internationally – has focused on the prevalence of CAM use in the U.S. cancer and non-cancer populations, yoga for breathing and quality of life in lung cancer patients, and pain management. She is also widely published in peer-reviewed journals and has authored book chapters on complementary therapies and integrative nursing.
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