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HOLISTIC NURSING

Moh. Afandi, Skep.,Ns.,MAN, HNC

081908134304 / mohafandi2003@yahoo.com

emotion. theories.DEFINITION  Holistic nursing is defined as “all nursing practice that has healing the whole person as its goal”  Holistic nursing is a specialty practice that draws on nursing knowledge. and environment . context. expertise and intuition to guide nurses in becoming therapeutic partners with people in their care.the interconnectedness of body. relationship. mind. spirit.  This practice recognizes the totality of the human being . social/cultural.

and spiritual needs .DEFINITION  Holistic nurses may integrate complementary/alternative modalities (CAM) into clinical practice to treat people’s physiological. psychological.

HOLISTIC CARING PROCESS  A circular process that involves six steps which may occur simultaneously. therapeutic care plan. These parts are assessment. patterns/challenges/needs. and evaluation. . outcomes. implementation.

sexual orientation. or community of persons who is engaged in interactions with a holistic nurse in a manner respectful of each client’s subjective experience about health. values. group. family.CLIENT OF HOLISTIC NURSING:  an individual. health beliefs. and personal preferences. .

one who shares authenticity of unconditional presence that helps to remove the barriers to the healing process. one who creates a healing space within herself/himself that allows the nurse to be an instrument of healing for the purpose of helping another feel safe and more in harmony.HOLISTIC NURSE  A nurse who recognizes and integrates body-mind-spirit principles and modalities in daily life and clinical practice. .

ahna.org .STANDARDS OF HOLISTIC NURSING PRACTICE  The AHNA Standards of Holistic Nursing Practice define and establish the scope of holistic practice and describe the level of care expected from a holistic nurse  www.

AHNA STANDARDS OF HOLISTIC NURSING PRACTICE  Core Value 1: Holistic Philosophy. Theories. and Ethics  Core Value 2: Holistic Education and Research  Core Value 3: Holistic Nurse Self-Care  Core Value 4: Holistic Communication. Therapeutic Environment. and Cultural Diversity  Core Value 5: Holistic Caring Proce .

Key Point: HEALING: THE GOAL OF HOLISTIC NURSING .

HEALING VS. When it is estimated that 85% of health problems are either self-limiting or chronic.  That something is healing. CURING  Healing and curing are different pro-cesses. only an incomplete one.  Curing is the elimination of the signs and symptoms of disease. This is not a wrong focus.  The diag-nosis and cure of disease provide the focus of the modern health care (sick-ness–cure) system. which may or may not correspond to the end of the patient’s disease or distress. which is different from curing in several key ways . it becomes clear that something in addition to a focus on the curing of diseases is required.

Exactly what constitutes the art of nursing is less clear. . such as bathing the patient. and it is also an art.THE ART OF HOLISTIC NURSING  Nursing is a science. making the bed. Interpreting the art of nursing as the “nursing arts” places the emphasis on the proper techniques em- ployed in the tasks of nursing. Those in the field of nursing have made many advances in describing the science of nursing. and administering medication.

NURSING THEORY IN HOLISTIC NURSING PRACTICE  Roy Adaptation Model  Watson’s Theory of Transpersonal Caring .

HOLISTIC MODALITIES .

HOLISTIC IN THE REALITY .

ALHAMDULILLAH Semoga bermanfaat .