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Dr Carl O Helvie, R.N., Dr. P.H.
|Name||Dr Carl O. Helvie, R.N., Dr.P.H.|
|Address||9 Rileys Way|
|Country||United States of America|
|Telephone number||(757) 848-9193|
|Carl O Helvie, and Holistic Health Show Fan Page|
|Profession||R.N. practitioner, educator, author, researcher, radio host.|
|Career||58 years experience in all aspects of nursing and noteworthy 1) developing the Helvie Energy Theory of Nursing and Health (see Wikipedia), 2) obtaining federal grant funds and establishing and administering the O.D.U Nursing Center providing primary care to homeless and low income clients, 3) over his career working with thousands of clients and teaching around 4,000 graduate and undergraduate students and currently reaching 85,000 people monthly on his website with holistic health information on natural solutions for health problems.|
|Expertise||Holistic Alternative Health, Cancer, Wellness, Stress Management, Natural Solutions for Health Problems, Community Nursing, Homelessness|
|Education||Johns Hopkins University, University of California, New York University, and St Lawrence State Hospital, School of Nursing.|
|Degree(s):||B.S., M.S., M.P.H.,, Dr.P.H|
|Affiliations||American Public Health Assn, Sigma Theta Tau (nursing honor society), National League for Nursing, Virginia Nurses Association, International Platform Assn.|
|Media||Interviewed on 47 radio shows in 2008 including Positively Incorrect, NPR, The Good Life Show with Jesse Dylan, Mind Health Matters with Dr Bernie Siegel, Natural Living with Gary Null, and The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show. Dr Helvie has been host of the Holistic Health Show on BBS Radio since 2008 interviewing leaders in the alternative and natural health fields.|
|Published||Author of 8 books and chapters in 4 additional ones in USA and Germany.|
of Current Knowledge in Community Health Nursing (1975); 2) Community
Health Nursing, Theory and Process (1981) 3) Community Health Nursing:
Theory and Practice (1991); 4) Advanced Practice Nursing in the Community
(1998); 5) Homelessness in the United States, Europe and Russia (1999);
6) Encyclopedia of Alternative Health Practices (1999) Advisory Contributing
Editor; 7) Healthy Holistic Aging: A Blueprint for Success (2008) ; 8)
You Can Beat Lung Cancer: Using Alternative/Integrative Interventions.
with chapters by Dr Bernie Siegel, Dr Francisco Contreras, Dr James Forsythe,
Dr Kim Datzell, and Tanya Harter Pierce (2012). These books have been
cited by 97 other authors and researchers in 8 countries according to
Google Scholars citations.
Book Chapters: 1) ) The homeless, health promotion and nursing centers. Community Health Promotion (C.C.Clarke, editor) New York:Springer (2000); 2) ) Home care for the seriously ill in the United States. In Ambuant vor stationär. Perspektiven für eine integrierte ambulante Pflege Schwerstkranker (Schaeffer, D. and Ewers, M., Editors). Bern: Huber Verlag. Germany (2002); 3) Community Mobilization and Participation. In Health Promotion in Communities (C.C. Clark, Editor). New York, Springer. (2002); 4) Health Promotion in a Homeless Center. In Health Promotion in Communities. (C.C. Clark, Editor). New York: Springer (2002).
Articles and Research Papers: Published 55 articles in peer reviewed nursing and health journals (international), and presented 57 research papers in the United States, Europe and Canada.
|Merchandise:||E-Books, C D's and authored books on website.|
|Awards||Distinguished Career in Public Health Award from the American Public Health Assn (1999) , Listed in most major references including Who's Who, Who's Who in Virginia, Outstanding Educator in America, Who's Who in Nursing, and Wikipedia.|
Carl O. Helvie, R.N., Dr.P.H. is a registered nurse with 58 years experience as a nurse practitioner, educator, author, and researcher and currently host of a radio show. During his career he worked with thousands of clients using his knowledge of health and wellness obtained from three advanced degrees in public health and wellness. He also used this information teaching about 4,000 graduate and undergraduate students and again in his own life when confronted with a diagnosis of lung cancer in 1974. When given 6 months to live he refused traditional care and choose natural alternative interventions instead. Now 38 years later at age 80 he is in excellent health with no chronic illness or prescribed medications despite the statistics of 3 chronic illnesses and 5 prescribed medications for a 75 year old.