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Now in its sixth edition, this highly acclaimed book continues to provide nurses with cutting-edge research and practice guidelines for complementary and alternative therapy. Enriched with new chapter, contributors, live web resources with the authors' own updated information, and a new emphasis on evidence-based practice, this highly anticipated edition demonstrates how nurses can serve as an active, healing presence for their patients.
Table of Contents
|Foundations for Practice||p. 1|
|Complementary/Alternative Therapies and Cultural Aspects of Care||p. 3|
|Self As Healer||p. 25|
|Therapeutic Listening||p. 47|
|Mind-Body-Spirit Therapies||p. 61|
|Music Intervention||p. 91|
|Animal-Assisted Therapy||p. 207|
|Energy and Biofield Therapies||p. 225|
|Light Therapy||p. 227|
|Magnet Therapy||p. 235|
|Healing Touch||p. 249|
|Creating Optimal Healing Environments||p. 321|
|Manipulative and Body-Based Therapies||p. 335|
|Tai Chi||p. 373|
|Relaxation Therapies||p. 383|
|Biologically Based Therapies||p. 397|
|Herbal Medicines||p. 421|
|Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals||p. 439|
|Practice, Education, and Research||p. 453|
|Integrating Complementary Therapies into Nursing Practice||p. 455|
|Integrating Complementary Therapies into Education||p. 467|
|Perspectives on Future Research||p. 485|
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