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Holistic nursing

Holistic nursing is a nursing speciality concerned with the integration of a person's mind, body, and spirit with their environment.[1] The speciality has a theoretical basis in a few grand nursing theories, most notably the science of unitary human beings as published by Martha E. Rogers in An Introduction to the Theoretical Basis of Nursing,[2][3][4] and the mid-range theory Empowered Holistic Nursing Education as published by Dr. Katie Love.[5]

References

  1. ^ "Welcome to AHNA: What is Holistic Nursing?". American Holistic Nurses Assoc. (AHNA). Retrieved 2011-12-05. 
  2. ^ Richter, D. (1998). "Holistic nursing--Do nurses take on too much?". Pflege (in German) 11 (5): 255–62.  
  3. ^ Dossey, B.M.; Keegan, L. (2009). Holistic Nursing: A Handbook for Practice (5th ed.). Jones & Bartlett. pp. 534–5.  
  4. ^ Mariano, C. (2007). "Holistic nursing as a specialty: Holistic nursing - Scope and standards of practice". Nursing Clinics of North America 42 (2): 165–88.  
  5. ^ Love, K (2014). "A mid-range theory of Empowered Holistic Nursing Education: A pedagogy for a student-centered classroom.". Creative Nursing 20 (1): 47–58. 


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