All nursing practice that has healing the whole person as its goal
What is specialty practice?
Draws on nursing knowledge, theories of nursing and wholeness. Expertise and intuition in healing as a partner with the patient to facilitating healing and achieving wholeness.
What are the core values of holistic nursing?
1. Philosophy, Theory, and Ethics 2. Holistic caring process 3. Holistic communication, therapeutic environment, and cultural diversity 4. Holistic education and research 5. Holistic nurse self-care
What does core value #1 include?
Theory Research Evidence-based practice Critical thinking Reflection
What does core value #2 include?
Recognition of the totality of the human being: Interconnectedness of mind, body, emotion, spirit, society, culture, relationships, context and environment. Complementary and alternative modalities (CAM)
What does the nursing role include?
Expert clinician, facilitator of healing, consultant, coach, collaborator, educator, guide, administrator, leader, change agent, researcher, and advocate.
What does core value #3 include?
Nursing presence in authentic, caring, compassionate, and sincere. Deep listening. "listening with the heart." Assisting individuals to find meaning in experience. CAM approaches to healing environment Culture, beliefs and values inherent to holistic approach to healing Collaborative approach to care
What does core value #4 include?
Development of evidence-based practice using research, practice guidelines, and expertise. In addition to, the person's values and healthcare practices and beliefs in practice decisions.
What does core value #5 include?
Self-care Personal awareness Continual focus on being an instrument of healing
What are the standards of practice 1-5?
1. Assessment 2. Diagnosis or health issues 3. Outcomes identification 4. Planning 5. Implementation
What is assessment?
Collects comprehensive data
What is diagnosis or health issue?
Analyzes the assessment data to determine the diagnosis or issues
What is outcomes identification?
Identifies outcomes for a plan individualized to the person
What is planning?
Develops a plan that identifies strategies and alternatives to attain outcomes
What is implementation?
Implements partnerships with patient
What are the standards of practice 6-10?
6. Evaluation 7.Quality of practice 8.Education 9.Professional practice evaluation 10.Collegiality
What is evaluation?
Evaluates outcomes toward progress attainment
What is quality of practice?
Systematic enhancement of quality and effectiveness of practice
What is education?
Attains knowledge and competency that reflects current nursing practice
What is professional practice evaluation?
Evaluates one's own nursing practice in relation to professional practice standards and guidelines. Includes relevant statutes, rules, and regulations
What is collegiality?
Interacts with and contributes to the professional development of peers and colleagues
Relaxation response meditation achieves a deep level of relaxation beneficial to multiple systems of the body. Breathing in and out-conscious awareness of breathing. Breathing incorporated into Energy Healing Practices such as yoga
What is hypnosis?
Use of trance and hypnosis since ancient Egypt and Greece. "Process of therapeutic communication, awareness, and behavior within the context of a therapeutic relationship."
What is a therapeutic suggestion by the nurse in clinical settings?
"This medicine will help quiet your nervous system and help you sleep."
What is biofeedback?
Monitors body's response to stress: temperature, motor neurons, brain wave frequencies, heart rate and blood pressure.
What effects of relaxation, meditation, and biofeedback are to be considered?
1. Medication requirements may change. 2. Cryptotrauma (trauma that is hidden and unrevealed) and PTSD