This course is designed for nurses who are drawn to practice in a different way – nurses who value whole-person care and know that the essence of nursing practice is truly caring and healing. You will learn about the principles and practices of Integrative Nursing and how you can be a healing presence to all you serve. Then, you will do an integrative assessment and apply the principles of Integrative Nursing to improve symptom management and overall patient outcomes. Finally, you will explore ways to become a leader in Integrative Nursing and create new patient care models.
This course is part of the Integrative Nursing Specialization
About this Course
What you will learn
Describe the six principles of Integrative Nursing and their key behavioral indicators.
Describe key elements and strategies of Integrative Nursing assessment.
Apply Integrative Nursing goals and strategies to improve symptom management in patients.
Apply Integrative Nursing principles and clinical decision making within your scope of nursing practice.
Skills you will gain
- integrative healthcare
- patient-centered care
- improved symptom management
- evidence-based practice
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
What Is Integrative Nursing and Why Is It Important?
Principles of Integrative Nursing
Integrative Nursing Assessment
Setting Patient Care Goals
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TOP REVIEWS FROM INTRODUCTION TO INTEGRATIVE NURSING
What a wonderful, comprehensive course. A must for all new nurses! Very thorough, explained and demonstrated concepts well.
A great intro course with a lot of information that can be used in the workforce.
Very interesting and informative. I feel that the principles of integrative nursing are very applicable to my practice and will improve the care I provide.
Cruise is designed well and i enjoyed learning this course.
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