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Self-Care Nursing in a Multicultural Context
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Self-Care Nursing in a Multicultural Context


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Holistic Nursing

July 1996 | 368 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This innovative book proceeds from the premise that self-care is a powerful philosophical, biological and psychological basis for nursing practice in a variety of settings. Cultural issues are stressed throughout the volume, especially in the section on cross-cultural communication and cultural influences on learning styles.
 
PART ONE: SELF-CARE IN NURSING PRACTICE
 
History and Philosophy of Self-Care
 
Theories Related to Self-Care
 
Culturally Congruent Self-Care and the Nursing Process
 
PART TWO: SELF-CARE PRINCIPLES
 
Self-Care in Health
 
Self-Care in Illness
 
Teaching Strategies
 
PART THREE: SELF-CARE PRACTICES
 
Nutrition
 
Activity, Rest, and Exercise
 
Stress Management
 
Psychological and Spiritual Well-Being
 
Social Support and Self-Help Groups
 
Environmental and Community Self-Care
 
PART FOUR: THE FUTURE OF SELF-CARE
 
Implications for Education, Practice, and Research

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ISBN: 9780803970557
£58.00