The Nurse's Handbook of Complementary Therapies

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Baillière Tindall, 2001 - Medical - 289 pages
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The second edition of this invaluable handbook has been thoroughly updated, revised and expanded with an entirely new and unique section on therapeutic approaches to provide a comprehensive guide to complementary therapies. It gives immediate access to concise, expert coverage of the material. Written specifically for nurses, midwives and health visitors, this handbook offers a concise, practical and well-informed guide to the key issues you need to know when integrating complementary therapies in your workplace.

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