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EBSCOhost Nursing and Allied Health
Clinician's Guide to Holistic Medicine by
Call Number: R733 .A56 2001 EB
Organized by disease category, which is consistent with the way clinicians think and practice medicine, the book incorporates the medical terminology used in primary care practice. It incorporates the philosophical underpinnings of holistic medicine centering on key aspects of health promotion, prevention and treatment directed at giving the patient the best opportunity to experience "optimum health".
Holistic Nursing (Nursing clinics of North America, v. 42, no. 2) by
Holistic nursing embraces all nursing which has as its goal the enhancement of healing the whole person from birth to death. It recognizes that there are two views regarding holism: 1) that holism involves identifying the interrelationships of the bio-psycho-social-spiritual dimensions of the person, recognizing that the whole is greater than the sums of its parts; and 2) that holism involves understanding the individual as a unitary whole in mutual process with the environment. Holistic nursing responds to both views, believing that the goals of nursing can be achieved within either framework.
Holistic Nursing: A Handbook for Practice by
Call Number: RT42 .H65 2005
Guides nurses in the art and science of holistic nursing and healing and offers ways of thinking, practicing, and responding both personally and professionally. It addresses our own self-healing so that we can offer new ways of healing to others and presents expanded strategies for enhancing our psychophysiology using self-assessments, relaxation, imagery, nutrition, exercise, and aromatherapy. It also assists nurses in their challenging roles of bringing healing to the forefront of health care and helping to shape health care reform.
Nurse's Handbook of Alternative & Complementary Therapies
Call Number: R733 .N87 2003
Handbook of descriptions of more than 100 commonly used alternative and complementary therapies, such as manual healing, herbal, mind-body, and pharmacological. Includes: revised herbal chart, patient education aids, and 10 additional therapies. Two-tone tables. Softcover. DNLM: Complementary Therapies--handbook