Nurse and Environmental Health Consultant, Peggy Wolff, put together a fragrance-free model for health care facilities and workers in 2006. This was one of the first of its kind, as Peggy has been a pioneer in the field of making changes. Peggy has set out to “… be part of the solution to the problem of environmentally induced illnesses” (Wolff).
Peggy Wolff, M.S., A.P.R.N., B.C., C.H.N., is a Board Certified Advance Practice Registered Nurse by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and is licensed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as a Registered Nurse. She now dedicates her life and experience to offering consultation for those living with environmental illness conditions.
Read Peggy’s Campaign for Fragrance Free Healthcare
Campaign for Fragrance Free Health Care. Peggy Wolff. Reprinted with permission granted to the CIA Campaign from Peggy Wolff July 6, 2006. Originally published in The Maryland Nurse Feb.-March, 2006, 7-9.
Wolff. Peggy Wolff, Environmental Health Consultant.
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