Complementary and alternative therapies in nursing / Ruth Lindquist, Mary Frances Tracy, Mariah Snyder, editors.
Contributor(s): Lindquist, Ruth (Professor of nursing) [editor.] | Tracy, Mary Fran [editor.] | Snyder, Mariah [editor.].Material type: TextPublisher: New York, NY : Springer Publishing Company, LLC, 2018Copyright date: �2018Edition: Eighth edition.Description: 1 online resource (xxxi, 550 pages) : illustrations, map.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780826144348; 0826144349.Uniform titles: Complementary & alternative therapies in nursing. Subject(s): Holistic nursing | Nurse and patient | Alternative medicine | HEALTH & FITNESS -- Holism | HEALTH & FITNESS -- Reference | MEDICAL -- Alternative Medicine | MEDICAL -- Atlases | MEDICAL -- Essays | MEDICAL -- Family & General Practice | MEDICAL -- Holistic Medicine | MEDICAL -- Osteopathy | Alternative medicine | Holistic nursing | Nurse and patient | Holistic Nursing | Complementary Therapies -- nursingGenre/Form: Electronic booksAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Complementary and alternative therapies in nursing.DDC classification: 610.73 LOC classification: RT41 | .C66 2018Online resources: EBSCOhost Click to View
Preceded by: Complementary & alternative therapies in nursing / [edited by] Ruth Lindquist, Mariah Snyder, Mary Fran Tracy. Seventh edition. 2014.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Part I: Foundations for use of complementary therapies. Evolution and use of complementary therapies and integrative healthcare practices / Mariah Snyder and Ruth Lindquist -- Presence / Mariah Snyder -- Therapeutic listening / Shigeaki Watanuki, Mary Fran Tracy, and Ruth Lindquist -- Creating optimal healing environments / Mary Jo Kreitzer and Terri Zborowsky -- Systems of care : Sowa Rigpa : the Tibetan knowledge of healing / Miriam E. Cameron -- Part II: Mind-body-spirit therapies. Imagery / Maura Fitzgerald and Mary Langevin -- Music intervention / Linda L. Chlan and Annie Heiderscheit -- Humor / Shirley K. Trout -- Yoga / Miriam E. Cameron and Corjena K. Cheung -- Biofeedback / Marion Good and Jaclene A. Zauszniewski -- Meditation / Cynthia R. Gross, Michael S. Christopher, and Maryanne Reilly-Spong -- Journaling / Mariah Snyder -- Storytelling / Margaret P. Moss -- Animal-assisted therapy / Susan O'Conner-Von -- Part III: Manipulative and body-based therapies. Massage / Melodee Harris -- Tai chi / Kuei-Min Chen -- Relaxation techniques / Susan M. Bee, Elizabeth L. Pestka, and Michele M. Evans -- Exercise / Dereck L. Salisbury, Diane Treat-Jacobson, Ulf G. Bron�as, and Ryan J. Mays -- Part IV: Biologically based therapies. Aromatherapy / Linda L. Halc�on -- Herbal medicines / Gregory A. Plotnikoff and Angela S. Lillehei -- Functional foods and nutraceuticals / Melissa H. Frisvold -- Part V: Energy therapies. Light therapy / Niloufar Niakosari Hadidi -- Healing touch / Alexa W. Umbreit and Lauren Johnson -- Reiki / Debbie Ringdahl -- Acupressure / Pamela Weiss-Farnan -- Reflexology / Th�ora Jenn�y Gunnarsd�ottir -- Part VI: Education, practice, research and personal use -- Integrating complementary therapies into education / Carie A. Braun -- Integrating complementary therapies into nursing practice / Susanne M. Cutshall and Elizabeth L. Pestka -- Perspectives on future research / Yeoungsuk Song, Sohye Lee, and Ruth Lindquist -- Independent personal use of complementary therapies / Barbara Leonard and Mariah Snyder -- Afterword: Creating a preferred future : editors' reflections / Ruth Lindquist, Mary Fran Tracy, and Mariah Snyder.
"Now in its eighth edition, this highly acclaimed, newly revised and expanded text continues to deliver innovative practice guidelines for evidence-based complementary and alternative therapies that can easily be incorporated into curriculum and applied directly to practice. The book describes holistic treatments that are culturally appropriate for clients across the life span and NCLEX�A�-relevant content appropriate for preparation of advanced practice nurses. The eighth edition reflects an expanding interest in these therapies worldwide and features numerous sidebars by international contributors who provide a global perspective that builds readers understanding of the cultural derivations and uses of complementary therapies. The new edition also highlights digital and technical advances, provides key updates to foundations for practice, and describes cutting-edge research. Included is a description of the evolution and establishment of the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) and its current national agenda. Updated legal information regarding regulation and credentialing, enlarged safety and precaution content, and the inclusion of a broad range of therapies add to the utility of this new edition. The only book about complementary and alternative therapies written specifically for nurses that focuses on essential evidence for practice, the text uses a consistent format to present a definition and description of each therapy, a summary of how it evolved, and a rationale for its use. The scientific basis and research evidence for use of each therapy in a variety of specific patient populations is emphasized. Sidebars in each chapter describe the use of various therapies in different settings worldwide. All chapters provide practical guidelines for using the therapies to promote health and comfort while increasing patients' well-being and satisfaction with care"--Publisher's description.
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Online resource; title from electronic title page (R2 Digital Library, viewed May 31, 2018).
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