Anthroposophic Nursing Practice (inbunden)
Inbunden (Hardback)
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Portal Books
Carol Brousseau
Blanning, Adam/Glöckler, Michaela
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Anthroposophic Nursing Practice (inbunden)

Anthroposophic Nursing Practice

Foundations and Indications for Everyday Caregiving

Inbunden,  Engelska, 2021-03-04

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Anthroposophic nursing care connects the treatment of the body with the care of the patient's soul and spirit. Attention is paid to touch, using warmth, cold air and light to promote healing. While physical wellbeing is central to our modern society, our bodies actually receive little respect and attention, especially when we become ill and old. This book argues that nursing values need to be rediscovered which respect the individual, embrace illness as part of life, and allow time for healing. Anthroposophic Nursing Practice highlights a form of nursing which is both holistic and optimistic. This important book gathers together knowledge and perspectives from generations of nurses, including Anna Wilde, Bernhard Deckers and Heikie Schaumann. This comprehensive work will inevitably become the classic text on the important practice of anthroposophic nursing.
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Rolf Heine is a certified nurse and anthroposophic nursing specialist. In 2012 he founded the Academy for Nursing Professions at the Filderklinik hospital, Stuttgart. He now runs the Network for Anthroposophic Nursing Care in Germany and is president of the International Council of Anthroposophic Nursing Associations (ICANA). He has published numerous contributions on the topic of anthroposophic nursing in books and professional journals.


Chapter 1: How Do You Learn Anthroposophic Nursing? Chapter 2: Observation as a Method of Self-development and a Therapeutic Element in Care and Destiny Chapter 3: The Anthropological Foundations of Nursing Extended by Anthroposophy Chapter 4: Illness and Destiny Chapter 5: Nursing as a Path of Development Chapter 6: Meditation in Nursing Chapter 7: The Concept of Nursing Gestures as a Model for Nursing Care Chapter 8: Rhythm Chapter 9: The Human Warmth Organism and Its Care Chapter 10: Variations on Whole-Body Washing Chapter 11: Preventing Bedsores, Pneumonia, and Thrombosis in Seriously Ill Patients Chapter 12: Rhythmical Einreibung According to Wegman/Hauschka Chapter 13: Compresses in Anthroposophically Extended Nursing Care Chapter 14: Active Principles in External Applications Chapter 15: Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Puerperium as Stages of Human Becoming Chapter 16: Neonatal Nursing Care. Care Is Education Education Is Care Chapter 17: The Concept of Development as the Basis for Anthroposophically Extended Pediatric Nursing Chapter 18: Psychiatric Nursing Chapter 19: From the Question of Meaning in Cancer to the Cultivation of the Senses Chapter 20: Anthroposophic Oncology Nursing Chapter 21: Geriatric Care as Care for Human Beings Chapter 22: Aspects of Caring for Elderly People who are Mentally Ill or Confused Chapter 23: Caring for People with Dementia in Inpatient Facilities Chapter 24: Palliative Care Chapter 25: The Care and Accompaniment of the Dying and the Deceased