February 17, 2021: Evidence-Based Practice in Horticultural Therapeutic Interventions

Part 4: Horticulture for Health and Well-Being Webinar Series

What is evidence-based practice (EBP), and what is its role in therapeutic horticulture? How can EBP be applied in the horticultural setting?  In this webinar, speakers will consider these questions with reference to their EBP-supporting research programs. They will also discuss future directions for EBP in therapeutic horticulture and provide recommendations for how individuals can support the development of EBP and incorporate it into their practices.

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January 27, 2021: What about the Research Evidence

Part 3: Horticulture for Health and Well-Being Webinar Series

Using research evidence to inform your practice and contributing to growing the research evidence on horticulture/gardening for human well-being and social development is the key to growth and sustainability of horticulture as a therapeutic and wellness tool. In this webinar you will hear from three international leaders that have contributed greatly to understanding the application of horticulture for human health and wellbeing through their research programs.

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October 21, 2020: Working Together to Advance the Application of Horticulture to Human Wellbeing

Part 2: Horticulture for Health and Well-Being Webinar Series

Collaboration is the key to growth and sustainability of horticulture as a therapeutic and wellness tool. We will look at it from the horticultural industry perspective, the public horticulture perspective and conclude with comments on what action practitioners can take to further collaboration. In this webinar you will hear from three international leaders that have contributed greatly to advancing the application of horticulture for human health and wellbeing.

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September 16, 2020: Horticulture and the Community

Part 1: Horticulture for Health and Well-Being Webinar Series

Horticulture contributes to healthy communities in many ways. Community horticulture, social horticulture, therapeutic horticulture, and urban agriculture are just some of the descriptors used by those using horticulture to make a difference in the health and well-being of the people in their communities. In this webinar you will hear from two such practitioners.

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