Compassion Caravan

Compassion Caravan NursePreneur Podcast

Maggie Brown is a nationally Board Certified Advanced Holistic Nurse, a nationally Board Certified Health and Wellness Nurse Coach, a Certified Nature and Forest Therapy Guide and a Reiki Master. 

Maggie had a vision of helping nurses who are burnt out by bringing awareness to the issues.  She met a woman who owned an RV and was inspired by the idea of creating what she calls The Compassion Caravan.  

Maggie says the year 2020 is the perfect time to have this event as the confluence of energy that is focused on the nurse is ideal.  In 2020 Florence Nightingale is celebrating her 200th birthday, the WHO has announced it to be the Year of the Nurse and it is the American Holistic Nursing Assocation’s 40th anniversary.

Maggie began organizing a multi-city event that will go from Rhinehart, NY to Albuquerque, NM.  The caravan signifies the widening circle of compassion as the team goes city to city bringing awareness.  2 day events will be held in Rhineback, Philadelphia and Austin, plus a camp out in Albuquerque.

CE credit hours, activities and fun are planned in each location.

More information about how you can get involved is on the website, which can be found at: www.CompassionCaravan.com

Don’t Miss Moments:

→ How Maggie came up with the idea of the Compassion Caravan

→ The significance of the Caravan

→ Why nurses should attend the workshops

→ How you can get involved

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