Holistic Nursing takes responsibility to develop awareness with conventional practices as well as alternative therapies and modalities. With continuing education and research, holistic nurse’s gives updated on all treatment options for patients. Research in Holistic nursing includes: measurements of outcomes of holistic therapies, measurements of caring behaviours and spirituality, patient sensitivity to holistic care, and theory development in areas such as intentionality, empowerment, and many other topics.
The main aim of holistic nursing is to treat the social, cognitive, emotional and physical problems of patient by understanding their spiritual and cultural beliefs. Holistic nurses are taught on the five core values in caring, critical thinking, holism, nursing role expansion and responsibility which focus on health of patients, their families and the allied health practitioners involved in patient care.
Title : Implementation of a non-opioid pain management protocol for chronic pain
Michaela Kern, Baylor University, United States
Title : Graduating Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Students: Satisfied, Fatigued, or Stressed?
Brittany Nicole Hudgins Graham, Western Carolina University, United States
Title : Application Research of Peer Mutual Management Model in Fast Rehabilitation After Gluteal Muscle Contracture
Ruolan Ge, Peking University Shenzhen Hospital , China
Title : Managing fatigue at workplace
Si Yee Liew, Edmonton Police Service, Canada
Title : Efficacy of Ketamine Compared to ECT in Adult Patients with Treatment Resistant Depression
Olubunmi Olugbile, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, United States
Title : Using behavior analysis to create an autism friendly environment in a healthcare setting
Sara Bastin, Boston Medical Center, United States