Complementary/Alternative Therapies in Nursing by Ruth Lindquist PhD RN APRN-BC FAAN, Mariah Snyder PhD,

By Ruth Lindquist PhD RN APRN-BC FAAN, Mariah Snyder PhD, Mary Frances Tracy PhD RN CCNS FAAN

A truly sober and systematic method of a variety of substitute cures, which are utilized by nurses independently of different healthiness care practitioners (i.e. they do not desire a doctor's okay to move forward and use). Standardized bankruptcy layout -- every one remedy is outlined, present learn on subject is reviewed, makes use of and strategies are defined, by way of precautions and a listing of questions for extra examine.

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IMPLICATIONS FOR NURSES AND THE HEALTH CARE TEAM Numerous complementary/alternative therapies have originated within ancient healing systems of other cultures. Entire systems of health care have survived for thousands of years among neighboring cultures around the globe, whose immigrants have come to live in the United States and have shared healing traditions with health care workers in this country. Through clinical and scholarly work, nurses have learned to extend nursing care in culturally competent ways, have been alert to investigate the scientific foundation for the therapeutic success of specific complementary/alternative therapies belonging to these ancient healing traditions, and have formed collegial bonds with practitioners of diverse ways of healing.

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