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Complementary medicine in clinical practice

Complementary medicine in clinical practice

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Published by Jones and Bartlett in Sudbury, MA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[edited by] David Rakel, Nancy Faass.
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LC ClassificationsR
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 553 p. ;
Number of Pages553
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22636418M
ISBN 100763730653

James H. Lake, M.D., has a private practice in Monterey, California, where he combines psychotherapy and evidence-based Western and complementary treatments for the spectrum of psychiatric Lake chairs the American Psychiatric Association's Caucus on Complementary, Alternative, and Integrative Approaches in Mental Health Care. In the practice of holistic nursing it is important to utilize research in clinical practice. In order for nurses to incorporate holistic nursing theory and research into practice, it is essential to expand research efforts regarding alternative and complementary interventions and treatments.

Editor-in-Chief, Complementary Therapies in Medicine The Ohio State University Ohio State Integrative Medicine, Columbus, Ohio,, United States Send an email to Kathi Kemper. To send an email to Kathi Kemper please complete the short form below. Please note that all enquiries should relate specifically to Complementary Therapies in Medicine. Get this from a library! Complementary & integrative therapies for nursing practice. [Karen Lee Fontaine] -- The most complete researchƯ-based guide to complementary and alternative medicine. Complementary & Integrative Therapies for Nursing Practice is today's most comprehensive overview of .

Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice is an internationally refereed journal published to meet the broad ranging needs of the healthcare profession in the effective and professional integration of complementary therapies within clinical practice.. Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice aims to provide rigorous peer reviewed papers addressing research, implementation of.   A Guide to Evidence-based Integrative and Complementary Medicine presents non-pharmacologic treatments for common medical practice complaints - all supported by current scientific evidence. These include Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), asthma, insomnia, anxiety, depression and many :


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