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May more nurses find healing and connection, self-love, and ways to learn and incorporate holistic nursing into their practices.
The PCOM holistic nursing program provides the philosophical, professional, educational, and clinical groundwork necessary for nurses of the future.
2004, 'Threading Spirituality throughout Nursing Education', Holistic Nursing Practice 18(3), 160-166.
Holistic Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice (2007) is a foundational volume that articulates the essentials of holistic nursing, its activities and accountabilities at all practice levels and settings.
Carla Mariano, past-president of the American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA) and a leader in developing national standards for holistic nursing education, practice and certification.
Burnell (2010) suggested that research to discover how nurses embrace spirituality is needed because holistic nursing care should be a continuing goal of nursing, incorporating biological, psychological, social, and spiritual aspects within the management of a patient's plan of care.
Creating a warm and caring environment that's open to non-medical needs for both long- and short-term patients has become a central point of Kenneth Rozenberg's holistic nursing home therapy philosophy.
The following Tribute to Fran Biley was written by Richard Cowling and was originally published in the Journal of Holistic Nursing.
examines the physical, psychosocial, and spiritual needs of older adults based on a holistic nursing theory of successful aging, for nursing faculty, students, and practitioners.
SEPTEMBER 29-30: 3rd ANNUAL INTEGRATIVE AND HOLISTIC NURSING CONFERENCE: BRINGING HEALING TO YOU AND YOUR PATIENTS @ Hilton San Diego Resort in San Diego, California.
The NP-cc functions both autonomously and in collaboration with physicians and other health professionals to: (a) stabilize and manage, in a comprehensive manner, the complex, multisystem, life-threatening illnesses of an assigned number of acute and chronic critically ill patients (and their families); (b) minimize complications; (c) restore maximal health potential; (d) provide holistic nursing care to the patient and family; (e) implement strategies to minimize or prevent the problems for which these patients are at risk; and (f) facilitate and coordinate quality end-of-life care when curative goals cannot be achieved.
Koopsen is a registered nurse with a certification in public health and holistic nursing.