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Theory and Practice of Therapeutic Touch By Jean Sayre-Adams

Theory and Practice of Therapeutic Touch
by Jean Sayre-Adams

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This research-based text introduces nurses to the use of therapeutic touch. The book presents a full discussion of all recent literature and studies on this subject and includes examples of the practical applications of therapeutic touch.
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Theory and Practice of Therapeutic Touch by Jean Sayre-Adams

Therapeutic touch (based on the ancient arts of healing and laying on of hands) is now the most widely used complementary therapy in the USA. Because of this, over the last 15 years extensive research and trials on its effectiveness have been carried out. As interest in complementary therapies among convential health care practitioners in the UK continues to grow, nurses are increasingly keen to add therapeutic touch to the complementary medical skills they employ in practice. This research-based text introduces nurses to a therapy that can be incorporated in everday nursing practice at no cost and no unwanted side effects. The book presents a full discussion of all recent literature and studies on this subject and includes examples of the practical applications of therapeutic touch.

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Table of Contents


An Introduction and Background to Therapeutic Touch. A Review of the Literature and Research. Providing a Conceptual Framework for Practice. The Essentials of Practice. Developing the Practice. Conclusions Index

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GOR001046587
Theory and Practice of Therapeutic Touch by Jean Sayre-Adams
Jean Sayre-Adams
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Elsevier Health Sciences
1997-11-01
156
0443052271
9780443052279
N/A
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