Essential Oils in the Hospital Setting
Date: Saturday, Nov 9, 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Hospital visits, whether planned or unexpected, offer unique challenges and opportunities for the use of essential oils. If you or a loved one were hospitalized, which essential oils would you want to have on hand? How might essential oils reduce stress, promote well-being, and support recovery? This class will examine which essential oils are most important and appropriate in the hospital setting. We will explore how best to use the oils in this setting and how to store them. While essential oils are becoming more common in the hospital setting, this class will also explore how to discuss your use of the essential oils with hospital and medical staff. The cost of the class includes creating a product to take home.
Instructor: Sue Jordan, RN, BAN, CCAP, has enjoyed a 43 year career as practicing RN! She has used essential oils since 2004 and they often eliminated the need to “take a pill.” In 2014 Sue realized her dream of becoming a Certified Clinical Aromatherapy Practitioner (CCAP). Sue enjoys teaching others about this complementary therapy that can improve overall well-being. Safe, knowledgeable, and appropriate use of essential oils is one of Sue’s overriding goals. As a Certified Clinical Aromatherapy Practitioner, Sue provides clinical aromatherapy consultations and education about the history and clinical use of essential oils. For more about Sue Jordan, RN, BAN, CCAP visit her website: http://aromasense.biz/.