Best Practices in Complementary and Alternative Medicine: An Evidence-based Approach with Nursing CEU/CME
Lynda W. Freeman
Aspen Publishers, 2001 - Medical - 604 pages
Best Practices in Complementary and Alternative Medicine is based on extensive interviews with: physicians, physician assistants, nurses and nurse practitioners, psychiatrists and psychologists, physical therapists, and occupational therapists. To ensure quality control, youll find self-test materials for Nursing CE and CME compliance, as well as plain English handouts that will facilitate communication between provider and patient, between providers in different areas of practice, and between administrators and providers. This is a true practice manual. It guides you precisely to the information you need based on a patients condition and your area of practice. The efficacy of each complementary medicine and treatment model is extensively documented with 2,300 references to clinical trials, plus hundreds of additional citations to notable journal articles, books and websites. For Orders and Inquiries, please call: 1-888-427-5800.
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