The use of complementary and alternative therapies in nursing have been shown to improve the well-being of the patient. Ruth Lindquist, PhD, RN, APRN-BC, FAAN, co-editor of Complementary & Alternative Therapies in Nursing, Seventh Edition, shares her experience with using complementary and alternative therapies as a nurse.
Dr. Ruth Lindquist Shares Her Experience Using Alternative and Complementary Therapies
Use of Complementary and Alternative Therapies Abroad
Role Complementary and Alternative Therapies Play in Nursing
The seventh edition of this highly acclaimed book continues to deliver evidence-based practice guidelines for the use of complementary and alternative therapies in nursing. It is the only book about complementary/alternative therapies that is focused on nursing, has chapters that examine specific therapies along with guidance for their implementation, and addresses therapies through a cultural/international lens. It reflects the rapid expansion of research on many complementary therapies and the exponential increase in the use of these therapies in the United States and globally. This new edition satisfies the recent requirement by the AACN for knowledge of complementary therapies as essential content for BA and Post-BA programs and will assist students in their study for NCLEX-RN test items regarding complementary therapies.
About the Editor
Ruth Lindquist, PhD, RN, FAAN, APRN-BC, is Professor and Senior Associate Dean for Administration and Academic Affairs, University of Minnesota School of Nursing, and faculty member at the Center for Spirituality and Healing in the Academic Health Center. Her research as a Densford Scholar in the Katharine J. Densford International Center for Nursing Leadership focuses on critical care nurses' attitudes toward and use of complementary and alternative therapies and cardiovascular patient response to the use of therapies in the context of hospitalization with acute cardiac conditions.