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...holistic medicine practitioner. As opposed to the biomedical model of medicine, the immense scope of human self-healing is realized better in holistic medicine. This is clearly outside the scope of mainstream healthcare system, but holds significant implications when a life course approach is needed in management of relevant clinical problems that may be hitherto inadequately treated or managed by conventional and biomedical models. However, as opposed to biomedical model, research in holistic medicine is inadequate so evidence-based guidelines are available in most areas. Specifically in problems where lifestyle... Dissertation Assignment #3 Four Major Questions Why does this topic interest you I am a...
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Holistic Nursing
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...Holistic Nursing Definition and ification of complementary therapies Complementary and alternative therapies are treatment techniques that are meant to evoke healing. (Andrist & Nicholas & Wolf, 2006). The use of the word ‘alternative’ started in the 1990s when holistic nursing was treated as a new field. Then ‘alternative medicine’ was taken to mean practices not taught in medical schools. Complementary therapy is the term that is preferred by many authors to mean therapies that are not part of the conventional western biomedicine (Snyder & Lindquist, 2001). Other terms are also used. These include: holistic care, integrative medicine,...
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Holistic care
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...Holistic Care 2 2)Use A Holistic Approach And Identify The Fundamental, Physical, Psychological And Social Care Requirements For Errol 2 3)Identify The Statutory Agencies, Voluntary Agencies And Individual Health And Social Care Practitioners Involved In Providing Holistic Care For Errol 6 4)Provide A Detailed Discussion On How 2 Of These Agencies Or Individual Practitioners, Within Their Area Of Specialism, Will Aim To Address The Specific Needs Of Errol 9 References 12 1) Define the Term Holistic Care The notion of holistic health care is regarded... Identifying and Meeting the Fundamental Care Needs Of Individuals with the Contemporary Healthcare Environment Table of Contents 1)Define the Term Holis...
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Holistic Nursing
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...Holistic Nursing Nursing Essay 24 October Introduction Holistic nursing is a nursing practice with healing of the ‘entire person’ as its chief goal. It derives its knowledge from theories, skills and instincts in steering nurses to become patients’ therapeutic partners. The practice first started with Florence Nightingale, who first thought to explore environmental effects in delivering nursing care. In practice, the patient should be in situations where nature acts on them, but the nurse should alter the environment for easy adaptation to help patients heal (Clark, 2004). The practice appreciates the complexities of human beings by recognizing the...
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Holistic Medicine
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...holistic community, and conventional medicine. While conventional medicine is content to treat the single sickness, and then move on to possible illnesses resulting from this treatment (Such as the case of antibiotics, which are well-known for causing yeast infections, and even contributing to the rise of Superbugs like C.Difficile. Each of these consequences, or 'side-effects', are treated as separate illnesses by conventional medicine). Holistic medicine, on the other hand uses drugs which work with the patient's illness, and the side-effects... Themes of Healing, Illness, and the mind/body relationship in Sontag, Starhawk, and Bly The mind and the body interaction is viewed in different ways by the...
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Holistic Comfort
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...Holistic comfort is crucial in the healing process of a terminally ill patient (Watson, 2002... Introduction Nursing care is a core ingredient that determines the recovery and comfort of any patient and especially the ones with terminal illness. It can be argued that proper nursing care is mandatory to ensure that terminally ill patients receive proper medical attention and care from professional nurses. This prepares them psychologically for departure (death) and they can also recuperate at home close to loved ones and family members. This paper is written to look at the importance of nursing care to terminally ill patients. Comfort is an intrinsic attribute of nursing and patient care practice. Hol...
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Holistic Health Resources
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...Holistic Wellness Wellness is a term used to describe a time when the mind, body, and spirit of an individual are at an optimum level. For there to be holistic wellness, there are six dimensions that have different characteristics, which each individual has to identify. These six dimensions are emotional wellness, intellectual wellness, physical wellness, social wellness, spiritual wellness and vocational wellness. The daily activities we indulge in, our thoughts, feelings, and beliefs have an impact our overall health. According to information provided on the ideafitness website, emotional wellness, it is determined by the ability of an individual to be aware and accepting of his... Six Dimensions of...
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Spirituality and Holistic care
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...Holistic Care Introduction Chronic illnesses are sickness that is “continuousindefinitely”. (Larson & Lubkin, 2009, p. 4) In general, older individuals have a higher tendency to experience mild to severe disability related to arthritis, hypertension, ischemic heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, dementias, stroke, and diabetes mellitus (Gray & Scott, 2003) whereas children suffers from mostly from asthma and eczema aside from ear and nervous system diseases (Isaacs & Sewell, 2003). Even though the existence of degenerative chronic illnesses between the age of 25 to 44 years old among the Australian adults is low (Dick, 2003), it remains a fact that there is a higher probability... Spirituality and...
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Holistic Symptom Management
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...holistic assessment of a patient's needs, this should include attention to physiological, mental, emotional, and spiritual health (Cutcliffe, et al., 2001). The decision to investigate holistic symptom management comes from the authors experience as a carer; she has found wards filled with lonely patients who have no one to whom they can express their fears and concerns about their illness. They are often treated physically and left... The principle of holism is centred on the growing idea of the interrelatedness of the mind, the body, and the environment. It has often been the custom to treat somatic symptoms in isolation, neglecting the rest of the person (Wilder, 2005). When considering a...
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Holistic - Concept Analysis
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...HOLISTIC: Concept Analysis Introduction The term ‘holistic’ is derived from the Greek word holos meaning ‘whole’ or complete. “Holistic health views the physical, intellectual, sociocultural, psychological and spiritual aspects of a person’s life as an integrated whole” (White, 2005, p.32). These five features cannot be isolated from one another or differentiated, since anything that influences one facet of a person’s life concerns the other aspects also. An individual’s surroundings and environment, and their manner of interacting with that environment also contribute to the person’s health . The American Holistic Nurses’ Association (AHNA), 1994, explains health as “the maintenance... ?Nursing...
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Pain and holistic interventions
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...HOLISTIC INTERVENTIONS INTRODUCTION: The secret of success of holistic interventions in respect of pain easing lies in making the patient fully aware and realize that the pain currently being suffered is purely relative and transient. Acupuncture, acupressure and Indian head massages have formed part of these holistic interventions. Sylvia et al, (2008) have found that nurses could play a significant role in reducing the pain in IC patients. (Sylvia Kubsch et al, 2008)Use of this holistic intervention has been tested and recommended in PreAnesthesia Practice too. (Diana J. Ellison, 2005) While assessing the role of spirituality in addictions treatment, Paul E. Priester et al (2009) found... PAIN AND...
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Holistic Living Guidelines
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...Holistic Living: Examining the Well – Rounded Lifestyle of Body, Mind and Spirit # July 20, The ability to live a well – rounded lifestyle is one which many are turning to in order to have a better response to their health. The holistic lifestyle is one which consists of combining several remedies and formulas to change the living conditions and responses to health and the way in which the mind has formed. This consists of the ability to balance the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of one life. Examining the concept of holistic living as well as how it is attributed to the way in which one responds to conditions while...
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Holistic Conception of Marketing
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...Holistic Conception of Marketing ID 19714 Order No. 294747 Name] [Supervisor] [Any other details] 27 April 2009 Table of Contents: Introduction: In this short essay, the author presents an analysis of the holistic approach of customer information capturing as discussed by Svensson (2001. pp95-101) from the perspective of modern marketing with global opportunities. Holistic conception of marketing in global marketing environment Svensson (2001. pp95-101) presented that the fundamental principle of "Marketing Concept" is one of the most popular concepts developed in marketing and is primarily related to getting deep insight into customer "needs and wants... ". The products that are...
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Holistic Medcine paper
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...holistic health approach may be very suitable to target pediatric population in order to modify these lifestyle behaviors very effectively. This is specifically important since the acquired diseases are preventable, and prevention has been demonstrated to be possible through sustained actions directed at families and individuals, where the target areas are not biomedical rather holistic in the sense of broader social, cultural, and economic determinants of life per se. Holistic approach of health promotion for behavior modification through broad health education and a life course approach for promotion of healthy behavior may... List of Resources and Methodology of Literature Review Introduction A...
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A holistic health approach
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...holistic health approach may be very suitable to target pediatric population in order to modify these lifestyle behaviors very effectively. This is specifically important since the acquired diseases are preventable, and prevention has been demonstrated to be possible through sustained actions directed at families and individuals, where the target areas are not biomedical rather holistic in the sense of broader social, cultural, and economic determinants of life per se. Holistic approach of health promotion for behavior modification through broad health education and a life course approach for promotion of healthy behavior may... List of Resources and Methodology of Literature Review Introduction A...
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HOLISTIC HEALING: SPIRITUAL RICHNESS
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...Holistic Healing: Spiritual Richness The path to spiritual wellness is one full of ups and downs. Since the day I started doing this I have experienced spiritual transformation and peace of mind. The bad things I have ever thought of like killing anyone who dared disturb me, assault whores, rob the city bank, burn my neighbor’s house, commit suicide, hurt someone’s feelings because everyone is useless and others that cannot be mentioned, are no longer part of me. I now find life worthy and wonderful. Abusing and insulting anyone who is close to me, is not acceptable and I cannot tolerate that. My father abused my mother in front of all the people in the bar and that was...
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Grief Holistic Approach
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...Holistic Approach Grief is associated with every person of this world across different stages of their life. The reason of grief or the effect of the same may be varied according to the significance, timing and implications of the incident for each individual but the general holistic approach or the characteristics associated with grief remain the same. According to Zisook and Shear (2009), the term grief is used to describe the state of an individual after losing some near ones due to death, or any other incident, or being not in touch with the near and dear ones. (Zisook & Shear, 2009, 67-68). According to Bruce (2007), the grief can be prolonged and complicated but in maximum cases... Grief –...
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Holistic Physiotherapy Management
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...Holistic Physiotherapy Management of a Teenage CF Patient Admitted with a Worsening Productive Cough and an Elderly Patient Admitted with Pneumonia Introduction It is apparent that the case of a teenage cystic fibrosis (CF) patient admitted to hospital with a worsening productive cough has several similar traits with the case of elderly patient admitted with pneumonia. Nevertheless significant differences are also present. Pathologies of the Systems One of the pathologies occurring in respiratory system is CF syndrome. CF is told to be inherited genetic disorder spread mainly among white people. CF develops when two faulty genes are present in the human body. CF... by the characteristic...
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Holistic Family-oriented Treatment
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...holistic family-oriented treatment in reducing pediatric obesity Introduction In this part of the assignment, I will outline the research process involved in my proposed dissertation. This will follow the theoretical construct of research process in steps, so a logical sequence of events are understood and implemented while planning this research. Identification of the Research Problem This dissertation, although a requirement of the academic exercise, will strictly follow the methodology of a research design, where the grammar of research process will be implemented in its full extent. Thus there was a need for identification of an appropriate topic of research... that will not only fulfill...
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Holistic Health Assessment
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...Holistic Health Assessment Case Study I. Biographical patient details anonymised. Details about the case will be given forthwith. The patient (let's call her Mary) is a 36-year-old female, a known asthmatic since the age of nine (9). She has called an ambulance today due to having a dry cough and sob for three (3) days. She is unable to talk. Her respiratory rate is 35 breaths per minute. She is unable to complete a peak flow. Her lips are cyanotic, and her sp02 on air is 89%. Her blood pressure is 95/62. She looks pale. Her temperature is 37.5 C. Her ABG result is the following: her ph is 7.30, and her po2 is 7.8kPa. Her Co2 is high at 6.5 kPa....
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Holistic Nursing Care
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...Holistic Nursing Care for Older Adults With Respiratory Problem To be ableto develop a care plan which will meet the holistic needs of an adult admitted due to respiratory problems a carer should understand the needs of a patient with respiratory problems. A patient with Upper respiratory infection is observed to have sore throat, sneezing, runny nose, and nasal congestion as well as cough, watery eyes, ear congestion and slight fever. Respiratory illness is a common chronic health problem and places a significant financial burden on the health care system. This study provides recommended care plans in order to give holistic care for older... Running Head: HOLLISTIC NURSING CARE FOR ADULTS Provision of...
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Holistic Business Perspective
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...Holistic Business Perspective Task Introduction Business ethics and social responsibility are significant in business operation since they assist in making working environment appropriate to workers and customers. The virtues are exceptionally useful, and business organizations globally are implying them for successful operation. There are positive and negative effects on the people, society, and business, which are caused by business ethics and social responsibility. Positive effect 1. Is There Any Hope U.S. Will Limit Greenhouse Gas Emissions? Social responsibility for business organizations that emit waste products, especially carbon dioxide, has seen the US government...
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Nursing: Holistic Care
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...Holistic care Consider critically the role of physical activity in mental health care. 100% Physical activity is a strategy that promotes mental health effectively, (Fox, Boutcher, and Biddle, 2000). Physical activity being an exercise, it is a means of promoting physical self-worth and self –perceptions, body image is an example. It has always been linked with productive mood in persons with psychological health problem. Capabilities of physical activity are unmeasured for it is through little session of moderate exercise that anxiety and stress is relieved, (Taylor, 2000).While undertaking physical activities risks of developing depression clinically are reduced, (Mutrie, 2000). Relevance... care...
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Holistic Nutrition Mini Essays
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...holistic/naturopathic viewpoint, magnesium deficiency is of greater concern than calcium deficiency. Practitioners in the field of naturopathy opine that the soils from which many of our food products come from are very much depleted from essential minerals. One of these minerals which are present in lesser percentage from our soils and food products is magnesium. “The alarming fact is that foods (fruit, vegetables and grains... Minerals as co-factors for enzymes Minerals are nutrients essential to our body’s healthy functioning. Some of these minerals are present in abundance in our body; others are found in trace quantities. Hermann (n.d), a nutrition education specialist summarizes the functions...
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Holistic Health Assessment wk 3
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...holistic health assessment data over the course of five weeks and conduct an objective physical assessment. You will follow the nursing process as well as the steps outlined in the course. Documentation is to be completed on this template. Must Read: This assessment data will flow according to the Text and assigned weekly topics. You will practice proper use of various assessment tools and techniques along with gaining insight into the indication of the various assessment techniques. Please follow the proper order of assessment techniques of Inspection... to one error (25 points) Needs improvement, 2-3 errors in documentation (15 point) Incomplete or incorrect with 4 or more errors (0 point)...
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My Vision for holistic nutrition
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...Holistic Nutrition Donna Stephens Clayton College of Natural Health Introduction: When evaluating the health of an individual, holistic nutrition looks at the total person, their dietary intake, including any supplements they might be taking, and their lifestyle. I believe food is our most important medicine; it should come first when we talk about the body’s healing process. An education in Holistic nutrition emphasizes how to use various combinations of food and nutrients to help individuals achieve optimal nutritional, emotional, and physical health. Holistic nutrition can both be used for a healthy individual as a preventive health approach and for people suffering from illnesses... Vision for...
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Holistic Health Assessment wk 2
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...holistic health assessment data over the course of five weeks and conduct an objective physical assessment. You will follow the nursing process as well as the steps outlined in the course. Documentation is to be completed on this template. Must Read: This assessment data will flow according to the Text and assigned weekly topics. You will practice proper use of various assessment tools and techniques along with gaining insight into the indication of the various assessment techniques. Please follow the proper order of assessment techniques of Inspection... to formulate articulate comprehensive statements of the objective data collected in narrative format with zero to one error (25 points)...
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Dark Lady: An Holistic Perspective
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...holistic manner, uniting many contributing perspectives. References Hil02: , (Rose, 2002), Elk03: , (Elkin, 2003), eNo11: , (eNotes.com, 2011), Bre03: , (Maddox, 2003), Mor08: , (Morgan, 2008), Say00: , (Sayre, 2000),...  A variety of material has been written about Rosalind Franklin and her role in the discovery off DNA. Sayre (2000) considers her from her perspective as a friend, and a feminist, writing in the 1970’s and emphasizes how she was wronged by history and fellow scientists because of her female gender. Her biography was a provoked response to Watson’s distinctly non-feminist book, characterizing Franklin as a pathetic, arrogant and bossy nerd, who lacked social skills, co...
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Holistic Health Assessment wk 4
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...holistic health assessment data over the course of five weeks and conduct an objective physical assessment. You will follow the nursing process as well as the steps outlined in the course. Documentation is to be completed on this template. Must Read: This assessment data will flow according to the Text and assigned weekly topics. You will practice proper use of various assessment tools and techniques along with gaining insight into the indication of the various assessment techniques. Please follow the proper order of assessment techniques of Inspection... Submit by 0800 CST Thursday of Week 4. Overview: Objective Data Collection In this assignment, you will find a person from whom to collect holistic...
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ALTERNATIVE AND HOLISTIC MEDICINE AND HEALTH
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...holistic medicine and health Adeline Jean ENC 101 November 9, Alternative and holistic medicine and health Introduction There isa good reason to understand in deeper sense the importance of alternative and holistic medicines in the human health. For one thing, alternative and holistic medicines are quite around as integral parts of human history and issues of survival. However, understanding them in great detail paved the way for knowing their essential benefits in health. This paper tries to gather related information about alternative and holistic medicine and their immediate impacts on health. The proponent also tries to point out the difference between alternative medicine... Alternative and...
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Holistic Living Guidelines. Nursing Research Paper
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...Holistic Living: Examining the Well – Rounded Lifestyle of Body, Mind and Spirit # July 20, The ability to live a well – rounded lifestyle is one which many are turning to in order to have a better response to their health. The holistic lifestyle is one which consists of combining several remedies and formulas to change the living conditions and responses to health and the way in which the mind has formed. This consists of the ability to balance the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of one life. Examining the concept of holistic living as well as how it is attributed to the way in which one responds to conditions while...
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Holistic approach to long term conditions
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...Holistic Approach to Long-term Conditions (Stroke) Contents Running head: HOLISTIC APPROACH TO LONG-TERM CONDITIONS (STROKE 1 Contents 2 Introduction 4 Discussion 4 Long-term Patient’s Journey 4 1.Diagnosis 5 2.Living for Today 5 3.Transition/Progression 5 4.End of Life 5 Overview of Stroke (Pathophysiology and Incidence) 6 Holistic Care of Stroke Patients during the Living for Today Stage 7 Just like the name suggests, a holistic approach to the care of stroke patients should be comprehensive in nature. A healthcare professional should strive to explore all care options available, in order to effectively meet the stroke...
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Alternative and holistic medicine and health
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...holistic medicine and health Adeline Jean ENC 101 November 9, Alternative and holistic medicine and health Introduction There is a good reason to understand in deeper sense the importance of alternative and holistic medicines in the human health. For one thing, alternative and holistic medicines are quite around as integral parts of human history and issues of survival. However, understanding them in great detail paved the way for knowing their essential benefits in health. This paper tries to gather related information about alternative and holistic medicine and their immediate impacts on health. The proponent also tries to point out the difference between alternative medicine... ? Alternative and...
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Holistic brand positioning of NB Entrust
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...Holistic Brand Positioning of NB Entrust Company overview NB Entrust is a privately owned business enterprise, which offers UK business property management services for large investment portfolios. The company manages about 12, 500 tenants within 600 properties. It manages lease, upgrades building and collects rent services. NB Entrust was established in 1990 in UK but by it started operating as a subsidiary of NB Real Estate Company. However, the company currently operates more than 600 NB managed buildings, and it has a premium branded facilities management services. These combines proven expertise, tailored packages and bulk purchasing power with tailored packages vital... . The revenues...
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Holistic Child Development With Special Needs Children
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...Holistic Child Development with Special Needs Children In the of upbringing a baby, parents need to acquire means and ways to respond to the crisis their children might find themselves in. Holistic child development understands the need for emotional, physical, mental and spiritual development. Salvation might seem to be the remedy of a child in crisis, but at the same time, food, security, safety and healing is equally important to this same child. Christians working with such children need to understand the mechanisms of dealing with them in an endeavor to provide them with whatever they need (Meggitt, 5). For a holistic intervention to be considered effective, the physical needs as well... ...
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Holistic Care of a Bariatric Patient
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...HOLISTIC CARE OF A BARISTIC PATIENT s Bariatric patients are increasing in number, and there is the necessity to ensure that these patients are given health care in a dignified manner and without predisposing the care giver to risks of back injury. The body weight of bariatric patient is usually higher than that of ordinary patients and, therefore, they cannot fit in the convectional stretchers, beds and wheel chairs. Previously, due to lack of specialized equipments to carry these patients, they could be carried on the floor of the ambulance and dragged down the corridors of the hospital. However, this is not only demeaning but also exposes the patient to risks of injury...
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Holistic Care of a Bariatric Patient
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...HOLISTIC CARE OF A BARISTIC PATIENT s Bariatric patients are increasing in number, and there is the necessity to ensure that these patients are given health care in a dignified manner and without predisposing the care giver to risks of back injury. The body weight of bariatric patient is usually higher than that of ordinary patients and, therefore, they cannot fit in the convectional stretchers, beds and wheel chairs. Previously, due to lack of specialized equipments to carry these patients, they could be carried on the floor of the ambulance and dragged down the corridors of the hospital. However, this is not only demeaning but also exposes the patient to risks of injury...
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Six different types of Alternative Holistic Treaments for Sleep Disorders
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...Holistic Methods for Treatment of Sleep Disorders s In the recent decades, various alternative methods of treatment have been gaining popularity: people suffering from different diseases often resort to alternative medicine. Moreover, alternative methods of treatment are frequently used as means of primary health care in many countries, as it is reported by the World Health Organization (WHO). According to WHO reports, “in France, 75% of the population has used complementary medicine at least once; in Germany, 77% of pain clinics provide acupuncture; and in the United Kingdom, expenditure on complementary or alternative medicine stands at US$ 2300 million per year” (WHO)....
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Application of the Henderson Nursing Model from a Holistic Perspective
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...HOLISTIC VIEW Application of the Henderson Nursing Model from a Holistic Perspective ] Abstract Virginia Henderson founded the Henderson Nursing Model before it was acceptable to consider medical treatment from a holistic perspective. This paper looks at how the Henderson Nursing Model fits with the holistic treatment perspective and past applications of this nursing theory with holistic medicine. After reviewing the key elements of the Henderson Nursing Model and how this might fit with a holistic perspective the paper then uses an exemplar model to describe the author’s experience with this idea. Application of the Henderson Nursing Model from a Holistic... ?Running head: HENDERSON MODEL FROM A...
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Argument in favor of Holistic Therapy for Lung Cancer Patients
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...Holistic Therapy for Lung Cancer Patients The treatment of lung cancer is one of the health concerns in the present era. Holistic therapy which is the focus of the paper is a type of treatment for lung cancer. This is also known as Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM). The paper will present an overview of the said technique such as the definition, mechanisms and effects of its application. Holistic Therapy for Lung Cancer Patients Holistic Therapy or treatment for lung cancer is also known as Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM), which is a general term referring to several healing systems, philosophies,...
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Holistic Care in Relation to Adult Nursing and Child Nursing
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...Holistic Care in Relation to Adult Nursing and Child Nursing Total Number of Words 527 Introduction Caring for the sick individuals is not limited to the administering of medications, managing the signs and symptom of a disease, and/or the providing assistance to patients each time they perform their activities of daily living (ADL). In general, nurses should care for their patients including the patients’ family members (Stannard and Krenzischek, 2012, p. 160). Therefore, when providing holistic care to the patients, it is essential for nurses to know that their healthcare services should be delivered not only to the patient but also the patient’s family members. This study will focus... on...
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Leftside bias and Holistic effect in face recognition
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...holistic effect, familiarity effect and left-side bias effect. Yet, researches concerning the effect of the aforementioned phenomena have been incongruous and inadequate. It is questionable whether participants in facial recognition tasks decide based on these facts or due to other influential factors such as the orientation of images upon presentation, either the images... Running Head: EFFECT OF IMAGES' ORIENTATION The Effect of Images' Orientation on Similarity Judgment Task Result 30 April 2009 Abstract Bias in psychological tasks such as "face recognition" has been given considerable attention over the past years. Several phenomena in this type of recognition make it more interesting: holis...
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Holistic care of patient with chronic obstrucive pulmonary disease
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...Holistic Care of Patient with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) I. COPD Defined Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, otherwise known as COPD, the major cause of chronic morbidity and mortality worldwide is defined as a progressive pulmonary disease caused by persistent exposure to irritants of the lungs such as air pollution, chemical fumes, dust, and cigarette smoke that results to the production of large amount of mucous accompanied by wheezing, shortness of breathing, and tightening of the chest (Torpy, et. al., 2008; GOLD, 2008; National Lung Heart and Heart Blood Institute, 2009). COPD is a clinical syndrome of continual dyspnoea associated with progressive obstruction... Case...
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Healing the Skin: Holistic Approaches to Treating Skin Conditions
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...Holistic Approaches to Treating Skin Conditions. London : Temple Lodge Publishing. Levenson, J. L. (2005). Textbook of Psychosomatic Medicine. Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc. Martin MJ.(1978). Psychosomatic medicine: a brief history.Psychomatics, 19(11). Retrieved from: http://psy.psychiatryonline.org/cgi/reprint/19/11/697.pdf Nerison, R. (2011). Lawyers, anger, and anxiety: dealing with the stresses... ?Running head: ANXIETY DISORDERS Anxiety Disorders Introduction Psychosomatics are diseases that occur as a result of the connection between certain psychological and physical factors (Wolman, 1968). They occur in the form of physiological disorders but their development takes place...
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Holistic Profile of 3 and a Half Years Old Girl
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...Holistic Profile of 3 and a Half Years Old Girl Child development refers to the cognitive advancement, the physical quantitative increase in size/height, ability to understand a given language, communicate with people and the emotional growth. Child development commences after conceiving. Through physical interaction and experiences the child acquires the knowledge of the world. The child development process helps him in acquiring memory i.e. object permanency. The child acquires new intellectual ability through physical development by making short movements. (Bruner, 1974) Physical development After a long interview with Mrs. Davies and her three and a half years old daughter I learnt... Profile of 3 ...
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Holistic disease prevention and what constitutes a healty lifestyle
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...Holistic Disease Prevention Holistic Disease Prevention and What Constitutes a Healthy Lifestyle Introduction The lifestyle of most people today has been greatly influenced by technology. Through the vast improvements provided by the technological advances that has virtually characterized the new century, the way people live their lives have been greatly changed. Businesses have been operating 24-7 and the fast paced corporate life seems to have been the norm nowadays. Hence, people are not really sleeping the way they used to do and the foods they take have been mostly from fast food counters. Contrary to the information from commercials, these products are bombarded with chemicals... ? Running Head:...
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Comparison Between Holistic And Subject Based Approaches to Curriculum Organization
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...HOLISTIC AND BASED APPROACHES TO CURRICULUM ORGANIZATION Introduction Curriculum refers to a list or set of courses or subjects offered at a school. School, in this context, refers to any form of institution where learning takes place. It can be a kindergarten, preschool, high school, or any of the several matriculation institutions. Curriculum change, on the other hand, refers to the changes that occur or are made to these courses or subjects by certain individual with a reason of making learning more easy, simple, subjective, and relevant to the contemporary societies across the globe. Curriculum change is of great importance as it ensures that education in various parts... ? COMPARISON BETWEEN...
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Holistic Care of the Adult across the Age Continuum
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...Holistic Care of the Adult across the Age Continuum Academic Year 2007/08 MODULE NO: NM 5001 MODULE TITLE: Holistic Care of the Adult across the Age Continuum The following documents can be found on IBIS or by following the associated link below: MODULE DESCRIPTOR http://ganymede.chester.ac.uk/moddesc/view.php'v=2835 SESSION CONTENT http://ganymede.chester.ac.uk/view.php'title_id=304897 ASSESSMENT (including, Late Work, Mitigating Circumstances, Appeals and Excess Wordage) http://ganymede.chester.ac.uk/index.php'page_id=163770 Students are strongly... Faculty of Health and Social Care BSc (Hons)/Diploma in Higher Education Nursing Module Handbook NM 5001...
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Brigadier General Savage: an Epitome of Holistic Leadership
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...Holistic Leadership A Movie Review Submission Introduction This paper presents a symptomatic paradigm of leadership approaches. A typical illustration of how this paradigm operates is shown in Twelve O’Clock High, a 1949 film which depicts a World War II narrative and how a weak bomber team was motivated and empowered by a transformative leader. Brigadier General Savage, played by Gregory Peck, was assigned to the very weak 918th Bomb Group to find out why the group sustained too many fatalities. By initially displaying a commanding leadership approach where he gained power as a result of his rank, he was able to set up procedures... ?Running Head: Management Brigadier General Savage: An Epitome of...
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The decline of tradition of holistic approach to culture in anthropology
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...holistic approach to culture in anthropology Holistic representation of culture has over theyears come under sharp review by anthropologists who are of the view that this school of thought has been overtaken by time. A number of exaggerations have been witnessed in the demonstration of purity, consensus and the picture of pristineness. The steady rise of the school of cognitive anthropologists has who have tried to limit the view of culture to patterned cognitive processes such as schemas, classifications and metaphors has facilitated the decline of traditional holistic approach to culture. The social as well as the political processes to anthropology has had adopted... The decline of tradition of...
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