An overview of holistic nursing


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An overview of holistic nursing

  1. 1. An Overview of Holistic Nursing By Ns Chanif, S.Kep. MNS
  2. 2. Health as Wholeness
  3. 3. What is Health?Does it go beyond physical experience?Is it the absence of disease?What does health have to do with the way we think?How is it related to our relationships with others and with the environment?
  4. 4. Holism and healthCome from the same Anglo-Saxon root as heal, whole and holy.Health is the state or process in which the individual experiences as a sense of well-being, harmony, and unity where subjective experiences about health, health beliefs, and value are honored (Dossey & Guzzetta, 2005)
  5. 5. 1. Traditional model:Natural System TheoryProvide a way of comprehending the interconnectedness of natural structures in the universe.The goal of health care is to decrease the many different disturbances and stressors caused by person’s illness.
  6. 6. Pattern of Natural SystemsComponents System Organs Cells Organelles Molecules Atoms Subatomic particles Quarks
  7. 7. 2. Holistic model:Bio-Psycho-Social-SpiritualModel• This model, all disease has a psychosomatic component, and spiritual factors always contribute to patient’s symptoms, disease or illness (Dossey, 1997)• Each component is interdependent and interrelated .• It is necessary to address all these components to achieve optimal therapeutic results
  8. 8. Bio-Psycho-Social-Spiritual Model Biologic Psychologic Spiritual Sociologic
  9. 9. The emergent paradigm ofhealth New paradigmTraditional paradigm (holistic)Treatment of symptoms • Search for patterns and cause plus treatment of symptom • Emphasis of human valuesEmphasis on efficiency • Professional’s caring is aProfessional should be component of healing • Pain and disease may be emotionally neutralPain and disease are wholly valuable signals of internal conflicts negative • Minimal intervention withPrimary intervention with appropriate technology, drugs, surgery complemented, noninvasive
  10. 10. The emergent paradigm ofhealth (cont.)Disease or disability seen as • Disease or disability seen as entity processEmphasis on eliminating • Emphasis on achieving symptoms and disease maximum body-mind healthPatient is dependent • Patients is autonomousProfessional is authority • Professional is therapeutic partnerMind is secondary factor in • Mind is primary factor in all organic illness illnessetc • etc
  11. 11. What is Holistic Nursing?Florence Nightingale, who believed in care that focused on unity, wellness, and the interrelationship of human beings and their environment, is considered to be one of the first holistic nurses.
  12. 12. Holistic nursing is defined as “all nursing practice that has healing the whole person as its goal” (American Holistic Nurses’ Association, 1998, Description of Holistic Nursing).
  13. 13. Holistic nursing is a specialty practice that draws on nursing knowledge, theories, expertise and intuition to guide nurses in becoming therapeutic partners with people in their care. This practice recognizes the totality of the human being - the interconnectedness of body, mind, emotion, spirit, social/cultural, relationship, context, and environment.  
  14. 14. Holistic Nursing• Semua bantuk praktek keperawatan yang tujuannya adalah membantu kesembuhan seseorang secara menyeluruh• Perawat melihat pasien sebagai manusia secara total dimana ada keterkaitan antara tubuh, pikiran, emosi, sosial/budaya, spirit, relasi, konteks dan lingkungan (American Holistic Nurses’ association)
  15. 15. The holistic nurse is an instrument of healing and a facilitator in the healing process.Holistic nurses honor each individuals subjective experience about health, health beliefs, and values.
  16. 16. Holistic nurses may integrate complementary/alternative therapy (CAT) into clinical practice to treat people’s physiological, psychological, and spiritual needs. 
  17. 17. Doing so does not negate the validity of conventional medical therapies, but serves to complement, broaden, and enrich the scope of nursing practice and to help individuals access their greatest healing potential. 
  18. 18. Complementary and AlternativeTherapyThe terms Complementary and Alternative are often used interchangeably , but they are equivalent in meaning.Complementary implies a therapy used in conjunction with a conventional one.Alternative therapy refers to one that is utilized instead of conventional treatment
  19. 19. Many Americans use complementary and alternative therapy in pursuit of health and well-being.The 2007 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS), which included a comprehensive survey of CAT use by Americans, showed that approximately 38 percent of adults use CAT
  20. 20. Defining CATDefining CAT is difficult, because the field is very broad and constantly changing.NCCAT defines CAT as a group of diverse medical and health care systems, practices, and products that are not generally considered part of conventional medicine.
  21. 21. Conventional medicine (also called Western or allopathic medicine) is medicine as practiced by holders of M.D. (medical doctor) and D.O. (doctor of osteopathic medicine) degrees and by allied health professionals, such as physical therapists, psychologists, and registered nurses.
  22. 22. "Complementary medicine" refers to use of CAT together with conventional medicine, such as using acupuncture in addition to usual care to help lessen pain.Most use of CAT by Americans is complementary."Alternative medicine" refers to use of CAT in place of conventional medicine.
  23. 23. "Integrative medicine" combines treatments from conventional medicine and CAT for which there is some high-quality evidence of safety and effectiveness. It is also called integrated medicine
  24. 24. Types of Complementary alternative therapyNCCAM organizes alternative therapies in to seven categories:1. Natural products2. Mind-body intervention3. Manipulative and Body-Based Practices4. Energy therapy5. Alternative system of medical practice6. Pharmacologic and biological treatment7. Diet and nutrition
  25. 25. Natural productsIncludes use of a variety of herbal medicines (also known as botanicals), vitamins, minerals, and other "natural products”.Many are sold over the counter as dietary supplements e.g., taking a multivitamin to meet minimum daily nutritional requirements or taking calcium to promote bone health.Also include probiotics that available in foods (e.g., yogurts)
  26. 26. Mind-body interventionMind and body practices focus on the interactions among the brain, mind, body, and behavior, with the intent to use the mind to affect physical functioning and promote health.For example meditation, guided imagery, hypnotherapy, deep-breathing exercise, hypnotherapy, relaxation, tai chi, etc
  27. 27. Manipulative and Body- Based PracticesManipulative and body-based practices focus primarily on the structures and systems of the body, including the bones and joints, soft tissues, and circulatory and lymphatic systems.commonly used therapies1.Spinal manipulation2.massage therapy
  28. 28. Energy therapyInvolve the use of energy fieldsTwo types: bio field therapies and penetrate the human body.Practices based on putative energy fields (also called biofields) generally reflect the concept that human beings are infused with subtle forms of energy; Reiki, and healing touch/Therapeutic touch are examples of such practices
  29. 29. Alternative system of medical practiceThey are built upon complete system of theory and practice.These system have evolved apart from and earlier than the conventional medical approach used in the United States.For example:1. Acupuncture,2. Indian Ayurveda3. Chinese medicine, etc
  30. 30. Pharmacologic and biological treatmentThese include substance that are used like certain pharmaceuticals.For example shark cartilage therapy for cancer and chelation therapy for coronary artery disease , etc
  31. 31. Diet and nutritionHippocrates said that food should be used as medicine.This category include research on the effects of diet and dietary supplements on the treatment and prevention disease.
  32. 32. Standard of holistic nursingpracticeThe AHNA standards of holistic nursing practice (AHNA, 2003), reflects the five core values of holistic nursing.Each of core values has an accompanying description and standard of practice action statements.
  33. 33. The standard describe a diversity of nursing activities in which holistic nurses are engaged.They are based on the philosophy that nursing is an art and a science for which the primary purpose is to provide services that enable individuals, families, and communities to achieve their inherent wholeness.
  34. 34. The five core values 2 Holistic education and research1. Holistic philosophy, theories and ethics 3 Holistic nurse self care AHNA 5 Core value 5 holistic caring 4 holistic process communication, therapeutic environment, and cultural
  35. 35. Core 1:Holistic philosophy, theories and ethicsMenekankan bahwa asuhan yang holistik didasarkan pada suatu kerangka filosofi serta komitmen terhadap pendidikan, refleksi dan pengetahuan.
  36. 36. Core 2:Holistic education and researchMenekankan bahwa asuhan yang profesioanal didasarkan pada teori, diinformasikan oleh penelitian dan didasarkan oleh prinsip etik sebagai petunjuk praktik yang kompeten.
  37. 37. Core 3: Holistic nurse self careKeyakinan bahwa perawat harus terlibat dalam perawatan diri untuk meningkatkan kesehatan dan kesadaran pribadi sehingga perawat dapat melayani orang lain sebagi suatu alat bagi proses penyembuhan seseorang
  38. 38. Core 4: Holistic communication,therapeutic environment and cultural competencyPerawat perlu bekerja sama dengan klien untuk menentukan tujuan bagi kesehatan penyembuhan
  39. 39. Core 5: Holistic caring processMenekankan pada perkembangan untuk memanfaatkan pengkajian dan asuhan terapeutik yang mengacu pada pola, masalah, dan kebutuhan klien dan suatu lingkungan yang mendukung proses penyembuhan pasien
  40. 40. 1.1 Standard of Practice HolisticphilosophyRecognize the person’s capacity for self-healing and the importance of supporting the natural development and unfolding of that capacity.Support, share, and recognize expertise and competency in holistic nursing practice that is used in many diverse clinical and community settings.Participate in person-centered care by being a partner, coach, and mentor who actively listens and supports others in reaching personal goals.
  41. 41. Standard cont..Focus on strategies to bring harmony, unity, and healing to the nursing profession.Communicate with traditional health care practitioners about appropriate referrals to other holistic practitioners when needed.Interact with professional organizations in a leadership or membership capacity at local, state, national, and international levels to further expand the knowledge and practice of holistic nursing and awareness of holistic health issues.
  42. 42. 1.2 Standard of practice holistictheoryStrive to use nursing theories to develop holistic nursing practice and transformational leadership.Interpret, use, and document information relevant to a person’s care according to a theoretical framework.
  43. 43. 1.3 Standard of practice holisticethicsIdentify the ethics of caring and its contribution to unity of self, others, nature, and God/Life Force/Absolute/ Transcendent as central to holistic nursing practice.Integrate the standards of holistic nursing practice with applicable state laws and regulations governing nursing practice.
  44. 44. Standard cont.Engage in activities that respect, nurture, and enhance the integral relationship with the earth, and advocate for the well-being of the global community’s economy, education, and social justice.Advocate for the rights of patients to have educated choices in their plan of care.
  45. 45. Standard cont.Participate in peer evaluation to ensure knowledge and competency in holistic nursing practice.Protect the personal privacy and confidentiality of individuals, especially with health care agencies and managed care organizations.
  46. 46. 2.1 Standard of practice holisticeducationParticipate in activities of continuing education and related fields that have relevance to holistic nursing practice.Identify areas of knowledge from nursing and various fields such as biomedical, epidemiology, behavioral medicine, cultural and social theories.
  47. 47. Standard of practice holistic education cont…Continually develop and standardize holistic nursing guidelines, protocols and practice to promote competency in holistic nursing practice and assure quality of care to individuals.Use the results of quality care activities to initiate change in holistic nursing practice.May seek certification in holistic nursing as one means of advancing the philosophy and practice of holistic nursing.
  48. 48. 2.2 Standard of practice HolisticNursing and Related ResearchUse available research and evidence from different explanatory models to mutually create a plan of care with a person.Use expert clinical judgment to select appropriate interventions.Discuss holistic application to clinical situations where rigorous research has not been done.
  49. 49. Standard of practice Holistic Nursingand Related Research cont…Create an environment conducive to systematic inquiry into healing and health issues by engaging in research or supporting and utilizing the research of others.Disseminate research findings at meetings and through publications to further develop the foundation and practice of holistic nursing.Provide consultation services on holistic nursing interventions to persons and communities based on research.
  50. 50. 3.1 Standards of Practice Holistic Nurse Self-CareRecognize that a person’s body mind-spirit has healing capacities that can be enhanced and supported through self-care practices.Identify and integrate self-care strategies to enhance their physical, psychological, sociological, and spiritual well-being.Recognize and address at-risk health patterns and begin the process of change.
  51. 51. Holistic Nurse Self-Care Standards of Practice cont…Consciously cultivate awareness and understanding about the deeper meaning, purpose, inner strengths, and connections with self, others, nature, and God/Life Force/Absolute/Transcendent.use clear intention to care for self and to seek a sense of balance, harmony, and joy in daily life.participate in the evolutionary holistic process with the understanding that crisis creates opportunity in any setting.
  52. 52. 4.1 Holistic Communication Standards of PracticeDevelop an awareness of the most frequently encountered challenges to holistic communication.Increase therapeutic and cultural competence skills to enhance their effectiveness through listening to themselves and others.Explore with each person those strategies that can assist her/him, as desired, to understand the deeper meaning, purpose
  53. 53. Holistic communication standard cont…Recognize that holistic communication and awareness of individuals is a continuously evolving multilevel ExchangeRespect the person’s health trajectory which may be incongruent with conventional wisdom.
  54. 54. 4.2 Therapeutic Environment Standards of PracticePromote environments conducive to experiencing healing, wholeness and harmony, and care for the person in as healthy an environment as possible.Work toward creating organizations that value sacred space and environments that enhance healing.Integrate holistic principles, standards, policies and procedures in relation to environmental safety
  55. 55. Therapeutic EnvironmentStandards of Practice cont…Recognize that the well-being of the ecosystem of the planet is a prior determining condition for the wellbeing of the human.Promote social networks and social environments where healing can take place.
  56. 56. 4.3 Cultural Diversity Standards of PracticeAssess and incorporate the person’s cultural practices, values, beliefs, meanings of health, illness, and risk behaviors in care and health education.Use appropriate community resources and experts to extend their understanding of different cultures.
  57. 57. Cultural diversity standard cont…Assess for discriminatory practices and change as necessaryIdentify discriminatory health care practices as they impact the person and engage in effective non-discriminatory practices.
  58. 58. 5.1 Assessment Standards ofPractice Use an assessment process including appropriate traditional and holistic methods to systematically gather information. 5.2 Patterns/need 5.3 Outcomes
  59. 59. 5.4 Standards of Practice therapeutic care planPartner with the person in a mutual decision process to create a health care plan for each pattern/challenge/need or opportunity to enhance health and well-being.Use skills of cultural competence and communicate acceptance of the person’s values, belief, culture, religion, and socioeconomic background.
  60. 60. 5.5 Implementation Standards of PracticeImplement the mutually created plan of care within the context of assisting the person towards the higher potential of health and well-being.Use holistic nursing skills in implementing care including cultural competency and all ways of knowing.
  61. 61. 5.6 Evaluation Standards of PracticeCollaborate with the person and with other health care team members when appropriate in evaluating holistic outcomes.Explore with the person her/his understanding of the cause of any significant deviation between the responses and the expected outcomes.Mutually create with the person and other team members a revised plan if needed.
  62. 62. Thank you