Comments from Chad Nath - HeartMath Trainer and Safety Officer, Security Director, and Daycamp Director at GRMC

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Chesapeake Regional Medical Center presented tips on how healthcare facilities can take several training programs and consolidate them to become more unified throughout their organization. CRMC has taken HeartMath and merged its teaching with Jean Watson's Caritos program to create a program that better serves their facility. CRMC through this marriage has created an environment that puts clinical staff in a position to better serve their patients.

The University of Oklahoma College of Nursing presented methods of creating high level performance and cultural empathy from student to expert. This presentation outlined way to create an environment that looks at traditional native healing, holistic healing, and energy work. The challenges a healthcare facility could run into when a basic understanding of different cultures may be overlooked. This was centered around high risk populations and how to improve outcome not only as patients but also students that are enrolled in the nursing program.

Indiana University Health of Bloomington gave the group and understanding of how to interface the HeartMath program into relationship - based care as core of self-care, patient care applications and pain management. IUH outlined ways to create an environment to keep HeartMath tools and techniques in front of each and every employee. IUH presented ways to use HeartMath with occupational health and wellness program to help with an organizations bottom-line through the reduction insurance claims by high risk employees.


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