As a Health and Wellness speaker, Nancy has spoken to groups and taught classes at Wingate School of Pharmacy, UNC’s Nurse Practitioner program, and to various churches and social or philanthropic groups in North Carolina. She enjoys teaching about Healthy Aging, Balancing Life and Health Goals, Stress Reduction, Understanding Integrative Medicine (Traditional Chinese Medicine) and 10 Tips to Healthier Living.
One recent appearance was at the Wingate University School of Pharmacy. They’ve recently implemented a new course in Integrative Medicine, with the goal of educating students in their third professional year about combining traditional and complementary medicine to deliver more holistic, effective patient care. A major part of the course involves bringing in various integrative practitioners from the local community to educate the students about what they do.
Nancy Fuller, Licensed Acupuncturist and Doctor of Oriental Medicine, engaged the students with a guest lecture that went above and beyond all expectations. Her talk was stimulating, humorous, and heart-felt. She covered a wide range of topics, including interesting stories about patients she’d treated, scientific information about acupuncture-related research, and historical information about Traditional Chinese Medicine. As a member of the North Carolina Acupuncture Licensing Board, she was also able to speak to the successes and challenges acupuncturists have faced as a profession in the U.S. At the end of class, she even provided a hands-on demonstration of auricular acupuncture for each student. I would highly recommend Nancy to anyone looking for a high-quality speaker about acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine, or Integrative Medicine.
Integrative Medicine Course Coordinator
Adjunct Faculty, Wingate University School of Pharmacy