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US: More nurses learning Transcendental Meditation
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3 July 2018
The Transcendental Meditation technique is being learned by more and more nurses in the US as they become aware of its health-saving and career-saving results. Many nurses learn the technique and are awarded Continuing Education credits for the course. Some hospitals underwrite the TM course fee for their nursing staff.
Transcendental Meditation for Women is pleased to note developments and signs of increasing interest in the TM program as a foundation for sustaining nurses in their lives and careers. Here are two more recent developments regarding Transcendental Meditation and the nursing profession:
∙ An Endorsed Program of the American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA), TM for Women was invited to present at their conference this year in Niagara Falls, New York in early June. Amy Ruff, RN, BSN, Director of TM for Nurses, spoke to nurses at the AHNA National Conference about the benefits of the Transcendental Meditation technique.
∙ Catherine Aquino-Russell, RN, PhD, and Roger Russell, MBA, PhD—Canadian research professors in nursing and business—visited Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa to meet with faculty and learn about Consciousness-Based Education and the Fairfield community.
Dr. Aquino-Russell then traveled to present her collaborative research with Joyce Perkins, RN, PhD, Transforming Presence: The Power and Social Impact of a Transcendent Consciousness, at the Annual Conference of the International Association for Human Caring, Minneapolis, Minnesota. This research was on RN (Registered Nurse) students in graduate school who learned the Transcendental Meditation program.
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