Pesut also reported that spirituality and spiritual care in nursing are characterized by common assumptions, including the assumption that all individuals have a spiritual nature and that spirituality is an ethical responsibility of holistic care
The hospice benefit was added to the Medicare program in 1983 to provide holistic care
at the end of life.
Carla Mariano, in her interview, Holistic Nursing Today, eloquently defines the evolving language of holistic care
The centre will offer facilities to both amateur and professional riders with a focus on holistic care
to help riders achieve their full potential.
I have always believed in providing holistic care
to my patients, ministering to the mind and spirit as well as the body.
In order to choose the most appropriate form of holistic care
, it is best to start by consulting your primary doctor.
It is exactly this kind of holistic care
that is so necessary in a traumatic situation.
Out of his homey, suburban office that he shared with a younger colleague and a nurse, Welby offered wise unhurried, holistic care
to patients with an extraordinary array of diseases, from leprosy to Huntington's chorea.
The MDS forces you to focus on the resident and provide holistic care
Our country, therefore, needs to produce graduates more attentive to holistic care
Such interventions must be viewed from the perspective of holistic care
, particularly because lack of social support is known to affect illness.
The IRL-USA was created to develop and promote educational resources that enhance the pre- and postoperative rehabilitation of laryngectomees, and to support other organizations working to provide optimum therapy techniques and ensure safe, holistic care