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  • 1. A SAMPLING OF RESOURCES IN Holistic Nursing Books From Warner Memorial Library Clinician’s Guide to Holistic Medicine—by Robert A. Anderson Call Number: R733 .A56 2001 EB Organized by disease category, which is consistent with the way clinicians think and practice medicine, the book incorporates the medical terminology used in primary care practice. It incorporates the philosophical underpin- nings of holistic medicine centering on key aspects of health promotion, prevention and treatment directed at giving the patient the best opportunity to experience "optimum health". Holistic Nursing: A Handbook for Practice—by Barbara Montgomery Dossey (Editor), Lynn Keegan (Editor), Cathie E. Guzzetta (Editor) Call Number: RT42 .H65 2005 Guides nurses in the art and science of holistic nursing and healing and offers ways of thinking, practicing, and responding both personally and professionally. It addresses our own self-healing so that we can offer new ways of healing to others and presents expanded strategies for enhancing our psychophysiology using self-assessments, relaxation, imagery, nutrition, exercise, and aromatherapy. It also assists nurses in their challenging roles of bringing healing to the forefront of health care and helping to shape health care reform. Nurse’s Handbook of Alternative & Complementary Therapies Call Number: R733 .N87 2003 Handbook of descriptions of more than 100 commonly used alternative and complementary therapies, such as manual healing, herbal, mind-body, and pharmacological. Includes: revised herbal chart, patient education aids, and 10 additional therapies. Two-tone tables. Soft cover. DNLM: Complementary Therapies CINAHL (EBSCOhost) Databases Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature, is the most comprehensive resource for nursing and allied health literature. Health Business FullTEXT (EBSCOhost) Need more Health Business FullTEXT provides full text coverage for nearly 130 well-known books! Check eBrary or NetLibrary the online e- administrative journals including H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks, Health book collections. You can Management Technology, Modern Healthcare, and many others. check items out from other libraries and have them Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition (EBSCOhost) delivered using EZ-Borrow This database provides nearly 550 scholarly full text journals focusing on many found on the Library’s medical disciplines. Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition also features the website. Lexi-PAL Drug Guide. PsycINFO (EBSCOhost) Contains citations and summaries of journal articles, book chapters, books, dissertations and technical reports, all in the field of psychology. Includes international material selected from periodicals in over 30 languages Also see PsycARTICLES, Social Work Abstracts, and Sage Premier.
  • 2. Check the A to Z Journal list on the Library’s website for additional journal titles Journals Alternative Therapies in health & Medicine International scientific forum for the dissemination of information to healthcare professionals regarding the use of complementary & alternative therapies in promoting health & healing. Holistic Nursing Practice Features information covering all aspects of holistic nursing, including health-oriented, biobehavioral research and the latest developments in the field. Journal of Holistic Nursing This peer-reviewed journal promotes holism—a state of harmony among body, mind, emotions, and spirit —and Websites nursing’s function within that ever-changing environment. This objective forum allows caring and AHNCC innovative nurses in clinical practice http://www.ahncc.org/ The American Holistic Nurses' Certification Corporation Health & Homeopathy is responsible for the administration of the Holistic Covers informative aricles on homeopathy. Read by Nurses' Certification Examination . The Board of homeopathy doctors and those interested in a holistic Directors is responsible for ensuring the validity, approach to their health. reliability, security and integrity of the Can’t find full-text for the article you The American Holistic Nurses Association need? Use Rapid http://www.ahna.org/ ILL from the The American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA) is a Library’s website to have an article non-profit membership association for nurses and other delivered directly holistic healthcare professionals, serving more than to your desktop. 4,000 members across the U.S. International Association for Human Caring Home Page http://www.humancaring.org/ Caring is the Essence of Nursing. The International Association for Human Caring advances the body of knowledge of caring and caring research within the This publication created by discipline of Nursing. Mark D. Puterbaugh Information Services Librarian Warner Memorial Library Homeopathic Nurses Association Eastern University http://www.nursehomeopaths.org/ (mputerba@easter.edu) A professional organization for nurses who are Prepared by pioneering the practice of homeopathy in nursing and Malinda Shannon choosing to help their clients through personal and family Research Assistant health challenges using the science and art of homeopathy. Monday, April 19, 2010 0 More resources available @ http://libguides.eastern.edu