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HNA Vision

To be the premier global organization for nurses who want to freely learn and use homeopathy.

 

HNA Mission

The Homeopathic Nurses Association (HNA) represents and provides learning opportunities for nurses, worldwide, who are interested in studying, and/or using homeopathy in their professional lives. HNA supports the integrity of homeopathy and sees it as an essential part of healthcare.

Welcome to the 2023 Annual HNA Donation Drive! 

This is the time of the year when we ask our members to assist us in advancing HNA's important initiatives. These include Professional Advancement such as our helping us fund our Scholarship Program, soon to be launched professional continuing education in homeopathy for nurses, as well as supporting the general fund. 

For those of you who have been so generous in previous years, we thank you for your ongoing support and commitment and hope you  think about us againFor those new to our Annual  Drive, we hope you consider donating this year.  

Click Here to Donate 

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 We Thank You So Very Much. 

The Annual Drive ends December 31, 2023

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Join Us for our Holiday Meeting and Gift Give-Away

 

Tuesday, December 12, 2023 at 8pm EDT

And Enjoy Listening to...

 

 

 

 

 

 

Christina Donka, CCH

Executive Director, National Center for Homeopathy

Dream Big, Change Lives 

Hear how the National Center for Homeopathy has been improving lives through homeopathy for 50 years and its plans to do so for many more.

Christina Donka discovered homeopathy almost 20 years ago while seeking an alternative to eye surgery for her young son. After one dose of some little white pellets, eye surgery was no longer necessary, and she was determined to learn more! After years of seeing professional homeopaths for family members and pets, studying at home, and giving homeopathy to family and friends herself, she decided to study formally and become a certified classical homeopath. She is also board certified in holistic nutrition. She loves helping people learn how to use nourishing food as medicine, and believes that nutrition coupled with homeopathy is a powerful combination for optimal wellness. She is passionate about advocating for homeopathy as a non-toxic and cost-effective wellness option, while empowering individuals to stand up for their healthcare rights. Also a Certified Public Accountant, Christina has a BS in Accounting from Purdue University and began her career at Arthur Andersen in Chicago.

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We start promptly at 8pm EDT.  As a courtesy to our presenters, permission to enter will be open for 15 minutes after the meeting starts. PLEASE be sure you are asking for entry with your full name so that we are sure you are a member or are an invited guest.  

If you are not an HNA member and want to attend this meeting as a guest, go to the bottom of the JOIN/DONATE page and complete and submit the application. When we receive and confirm the submission information, the Zoom link for the meeting will be sent. 

Learn About the Homeopathic Nurses Association

The Homeopathic Nurses Association (HNA) is a professional support organization for nurses all around the world who are interested in or use homeopathy with their family and friends, or are homeopathic practitioners. 


HNA is great place to join with other nurses to learn and apply the principles of homeopathy to your practice or for self-care. 


Nurses are a driving force in the advancement of health care, including integrating complementary modalities for the benefit of our clients.  Homeopathy, like nursing, is an art and a science. Joining nursing and homeopathy allows nurses to bring something special to their clients, family and friends.  Because nurses have already learned to provide "holistic care," they make excellent homeopathic practitioners.


Founded in 1984, HNA is working to bring homeopathy into the mainstream of nursing care. We reach out to those in the nursing profession in order to share the benefits of homeopathic health care and the rewards of homeopathic practice.

Supporting Nurses Using Homeopathy -
Spreading the value of homeopathy throughout local, regional, national, and international communities.

Benefits of Membership
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Go to our JOIN/DONATE 

Page to Begin your Membership Today!​

 

  • Network with "Similars"

  • Monthly Professional Development Meetings with World Renowned Speakers

  • Quarterly Newsletter

  • Mentorship Program 

  • Practitioner Referrals

  • Scholarships

HNA's Standards of Practice

HNA Code of Ethics

HNA's Bylaws

For a list of HNA Practitioners - Please go to

"Find A Homeopath" page

 

What is Homeopathy?

 

Homeopathy is a medical system based on the “law of similars" (like cures like.)  This gentle and effective holistic healing system,was founded over 200 years ago by German physician, Samuel Hahnemann.  According to The World Health Organization, homeopathy is the second largest kind of alternative medicine used today.

 

The term Homoeopathy means "similar suffering".  It uses similars to cure similars. This is an ancient idea used by Hippocrates, but Dr. Hahnemann expanded this idea into a complete system of medicine in use world-wide.


This medicine recognizes that each person expresses illness or imbalance through symptoms:  mental, emotional and physical. These symptoms are used in totality to choose a homeopathic preparation of a substance which has been found to evoke those same symptoms in a healthy person. These non-suppressive, non-toxic ”remedies" can be used for acute and chronic problems of all kinds. Homeopathy is a safe and effective, federally recognized, and backed by research studies, cases, and clinical trials.

COVID - 19 Statement

Homeopathy has an enduring record for reducing morbidity and mortality around the globe, during epidemics, for over 200 years. As health care educators we have a responsibility to refer people in our communities to an appropriate professional for treatment of viral symptoms. HNA also encourages individuals to follow the guidelines of healthcare officials for avoiding and containing pandemic illness.

Useful links for further information:

National Center for Homeopathy

Centers for Disease Control

World Health Organization

American Institute of Homeopathy

Collaborating Organizations 

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