Complimentary Medicine – a brief survey

Welcome back to the 2021-2022 school year. As faculty, we are always looking for ways to improve your experience both in school and throughout your nursing career. Keeping you up to date on latest trends in health care and offering you courses of interest is important.

Katie Lothe, Clinical Associate Professor in the DNP program, and Jennifer Athanas, Clinical/Simulation Instructor across both the undergraduate and graduate programs have been working together to create a survey related to complementary medicine.

Complementary medicine refers to a range of health care interventions that are not considered mainstream (including things such as acupuncture, supplements, massage) but that can be used with conventional treatments. We would love to hear your thoughts about use of complementary medicine in health care and your interest and knowledge about different complementary practices.

This brief survey will take 5 minutes or less of your time and in turn will provide us will valuable information that may be used to create future offerings and courses for you. Thank you for your feedback and time!

With gratitude,
Katie Lothe, DNP, RN, FNP, APNP
Jenny Athanas, MSN, RN, CNE


This post was authored by Academic Affairs on 09/30/2021.