Theory and PracticeBy
- Jean Sayre-Adams, Director and Senior Lecturer, Didsbury Trust
- Stephen Wright, MBE, RGN, DipN, RCNT, DANS, RNT, MSc(Nursing), FRCN, Director, The European Nursing Development Agency (TENDA), visiting Professor of Nursing, University of Southampton
THERAPEUTIC TOUCH involves a variety of specific processes intended to help and heal. It is more than the comforting touch of patients; it is a set of interactions that all healthcare practitioners can incorporate into their everyday practice, and which can be as rewarding to the practitioner as they are healing for the client.
Nurses, midwives, nurse-midwives, manual therapists, including massage therapists, chiropractors, osteopaths, PTs, reflexologists, physician's assistants and natruopaths.
Paperback, 176 Pages
Published: March 2001
Imprint: Churchill Livingstone
- An introduction and background to Therapeutic Touch.
A review of the literature and research.
Providing a conceptual framework for practice.
The essentials of practice.
Developing the practice.