Articles: nursing

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  1. Keeping the Balance - Whim and Wisdom

    by Denise Rankin-Box

    Over the past ten years or so there has been an amazing rise in interest in the use of alternative/complementary therapies in the field of health care.

  2. Midwifery Practice and Complementary Therapy - A policy point of view

    by Sylvia Baddeley

    Midwifery practitioners in many parts of the country receive requests from pregnant women who are interested in or are already using complementary therapies. The holistic ethos of ...

  3. Nursing at the Royal London Homoeopathic Hospital NHS Trust

    by Sheena Wyllie

    The Royal London Homoeopathic Hospital (RLHH) is unique as it provides the only service in Europe which is dedicated to complementary medicine as an integral part of the National H...

  4. Special Feature - Nursing

    by Sandra Goodman PhD

    Nurses have been using and adapting complementary therapies to the clinical setting of hospitals, clinics and labour wards for many years, away from the limelight of headlines and ...

  5. The Finest of Arts

    by Hermione Elliott

    Registered nurses Nicky Baker and Elissa Patterson are twentieth century nurses, with a difference. They are both highly trained and experienced in their respective fields and yet ...

  6. Touch, Massage & Nursing

    by Angela Avis,

    This article will look at some of the reasons why nurses feel comfortable about including massage in their repertoire of therapeutic skills, exploring practice that runs from purpo...

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