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Hospital-Based Massage Therapy:
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
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At Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, bedside massage therapy care has been the primary focus of the massage program for nearly 30 years.  Inpatient massage occurs on almost every unit, including palliative care, hematology/oncology, the birthing pavilion, pediatric ICU, cardiac, orthopedics, and psychiatric services. Outpatient on-site massage is offered for cancer patients and their families.  At DHMC, all massage sessions are free.  Briane Pinkson, LPN, LMT, shares the growth process: from her initial vision in 1983 to the highly-prized program it has become. 


This webinar is part of the series Hospital-Based Massage Therapy: Successes, Challenges, and Sound Advice


Some things you will learn in this webinar:

 

        How 3 years of trying to start a massage program eventually succeeded

        How a handful of therapists can make up an effective, sustainable, and lasting program

        Specific recommendations for massage therapists preparing for hospital work

        The importance of peer supervision and support for hospital based massage therapists

 

Briane Pinkson, LPN, LMT, is the Healing Arts Practitioner at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire, where she began providing massage in 1983.   On her days off, Briane provides free in-home massage for people with advanced cancer through the nonprofit Hand to Heart project in mid-central Vermont and New Hampshire.


Fees:

$28 for this webinar


CE Hours:

1 CE hour for this webinar

(Approved through NCBTMB, NYS, and FL CE Broker)






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