Implementation

Whole Health began as a grassroots effort to transform health care one individual at at time—and it’s working. Whole Health has contributed to an ongoing cultural shift in perspective within health care teams, medical centers, and beyond. Clinicians and patients shared the Whole Health vision with friends and family members. Community members and practitioners developed partnership programs focused on Whole Health. Veterans took on leadership roles to offer peer support for other Veterans interested in transforming their health and life. Across the country, Whole Health continues to evolve as each new person incorporates their own knowledge and experience.

Overviews

The following overviews use evidence-based approaches to implementing Whole Health in your personal and professional lives.

Whole Health for Clinicians

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Your self-care and overall well-being are important. When was the last time you checked in with yourself or assessed your own health goals?

Implementing Whole Health in Your Own Life: Clinician Self-Care

 

Whole Health for Facilities

Whole Health is about improving individual health and transforming health care systems. Do you know the three elements of a Whole Health System?

Implementing a Whole Health System: Patient and Team Perspectives

 

Do you want to implement Whole Health in your facility?

Our guide addresses all aspects of Whole Health System implementation from establishing The Pathway and Well-Being Programs to advancing Whole Health Clinical Care.

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