The day in a life of Holistic nursing? It will really vary on where you decide to work. I have worked with many Naturopaths and MD's that do Holistic care and they do different things.
The last place I worked was a large Naturopathic clinic with 4 ND's and 3 MD's on board. Each Doctor had their own Assistant, which could be an LPN or Medical Assistant. I was one of these at one point. My doctor saw 4-6 patients per day. I did very little in the check in part. Simple vitals and that was all. The rest of my day was spent answering phones, taking down messages, attaching them to the patient chart, handing the chart to the doctor, receiving and relaying the reply. Once in a while I would give a B12 injection. The doctor would basically interview the patient and give a list of recommended supplements.
I later did other things in the clinic as my education expanded and I performed various tests, such as Heidelberg, BTA, BIA, Cavitat and EAV.
I also started working in the IV therapy department, which was a huge area devoted only to IV's with a team only doing work related to IV's.
The place I am at now has only 2 doctors, both ND's and they are busy!
My doctor sees about 25 patients per day and is very hands on and uses me a lot. She does a lot of muscle testing, emotional release therapy, NAET and more. She also does typical medical practices such as full physical exams including Paps and has me helping with many things such as cultures, strep tests, UA's, blood draws, Ultrasound, Interferential, foot baths and IV therapy.
So, there are many options out there and no two clinics will be exactly the same in regards to how they utilize you.