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Discover in-depth educational materials presented by integrative and holistic leaders in the nursing community designed to reach registered nurses, nurse practitioners, and advanced practice nurses with a focus on the overall well-being of the patient to support disease prevention and disease management techniques.
presented by Mary Jo Kreitzer, PhD, RN, FAAN
Examine some of the key concepts and principles of integrative nursing in this recorded presentation. These include: clinical and business cases for integrative nursing; applications of integrative nursing across clinical settings and patient populations; aligning with organizational vision, mission and priorities; and building a sustainable infrastructure. Dr. Kreitzer also allows for a Q&A portion with the live audience at the end of the recording.
Recorded: February 2016
- Describe core concepts and principles of integrative nursing.
- Describe the clinical and business case for advancing integrative nursing.
- Describe applications of integrative nursing across clinical settings and patient populations.
- Describe strategies to align with key organizational objectives.
- Describe strategies to build a sustainable infrastructure to support integrative nursing.
Examine some of the key concepts and principles of integrative nursing in this recorded presentation with Dr. Mary Jo Kreitzer.
The principles of integrative nursing provide a framework that can facilitate the teaching of clinical decision making.
Although there is no one way to implement integrative nursing, specific principles and methods can be applied anywhere from rural clinics to urban facilities.
Three advanced practice holistic nurses launch a pilot partnership project with health promoting support groups for mothers and children living in poverty.
Integrative practitioners must go through a process of self-care, self-reflection, self-assessment, self-growth, and healing in order to practice holistically.
Exposure to environmental toxins can have some serious health implications not only for the patients, but also for the nurses who care for them.