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Perceptions of patients and nursing staff regarding massage as a therapeutic intervention.

D. Holding

Perceptions of patients and nursing staff regarding massage as a therapeutic intervention.

by D. Holding

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ContributionsManchester Metropolitan University. Department of Health Care Studies.
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Nurses can teach their patients education regarding the disease process that make be affecting the patient at that time. Nurses give patients resources to improve their lives and disease outcomes. Nurses pass medications and teach procedures to patients to help them achieve compliance with their health related needs.   Health care providers are often ill prepared to interact about or make acceptable conclusions on complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) despite its widespread use. We explored the knowledge, attitudes, and practices of health care providers regarding CAM. This cross-sectional study was conducted between March 1 and J among health care Cited by: 8.

8. Use therapeutic touch and healing touch techniques. Healing touch may be one of the most useful nursing interventions available to reduce anxiety. (Akley, , p) 9. Guided imagery can be used to decrease anxiety. Anxiety was decreased with the use of guided imagery during an intervention for post-operative pain. (Akley, , p) Managing the Psychiatric Crisis About The Authors. Julie M. Mroczek, BSN. RN-BC, CLNC, is certified as a Psychiatric/ Mental Health Nurse, serving as the mental health professional on Mental Health Boards in Nebraska for the past 20 years, which legally determines if a patient is mentally ill and dangerous, and determines the least restrictive treatment alternatives available.

  Anxiety nursing diagnosis is defined as Vague uneasy feeling of discomfort or dread accompanied by an autonomic response (the source often nonspecific or unknown to the individual); a feeling of apprehension caused by anticipation of danger. It is an alerting signal that warns of impending danger and enables the individual to take measures to deal with the threat. Caring can save the life of a patient, offer a death with dignity, and convey trust and commitment to patients, families, and staff. Nursing is a caring profession that is honored as the spiritual, spirit-filled practice that it is. I believe it is a calling for a special spiritual person who cares about the spirituality of others.


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Perceptions of patients and nursing staff regarding massage as a therapeutic intervention by D. Holding Download PDF EPUB FB2

This study provides insight into nurses’ perceptions of patients in pain and subsequent pain management. A focus group discussion method was used with 18.

All measurements were done at the same time in both groups before the intervention (full body massage therapy), and 1 hour, 2 hours, 3 hours, and 4. Stillwell, Susan B.; Fineout-Overholt, Ellen; Melnyk, Bernadette Mazurek; Williamson, Kathleen M.

Less. AJN The American Journal of Nursing. (3), March Get Content & Permissions. Go to Full Text of this Article. In this third article on implementing evidence-based practice, the authors discuss how to create a well-formulated.

Introduction. Worldwide estimates indicate that million people are living with dementia; a number expected to double every 20 years ().Progression of Alzheimer’s disease and other progressive degenerative dementias leads to the inability to participate in traditional activity programs ().Therefore, residents with advanced dementia are often isolated in their rooms Cited by: 8.

Massage therapy has been used as a therapeutic art in India since at least 3, B.C. (History of Massage ). Massage can be used for relaxation and rehabilitation, so that massage therapists make positive contributions to quality-of-life in a wide variety of individuals.

I wish to study massage therapy for a wide variety of reasons. Therapeutic Intervention Essays (Examples) and open the doors for new approaches to care for patients.

Nursing programs of the future should focus on educating staff members regarding alternative therapies that can improve a mother's comfort before, during and after the labor process. This article reports on the use of a complementary therapy as a component of a ward recovery ethos and an intervention to help with promoting a therapeutic and caring ward environment.

Citation: Howard V, Halldorsson R () Using Indian head massage to aid recovery. Nursing Times; 25, Compared with a control group that applied only the sweet almond oil, the intervention group reported decreased perceptions of stress In a study of test-taking graduate nursing students, inhaling a sachet of lavender or rosemary -before and during each of two exams was found to reduce pre- to posttest anxiety, as assessed by a question.

Compared with a control group that applied only the sweet almond oil, the intervention group reported decreased perceptions of stress. 19 In a study of test-taking graduate nursing students, inhaling a sachet of lavender or rosemary ­before and during each of two exams was found to reduce pre- to posttest anxiety, as assessed by a question.

Seiger Cronfalk B. Being in safe hands. The experiences of soft tissue massage as a complement in palliative care. Intervention studies concerning patients, relatives and nursing staff. Dissertation. Karolinska Institute, Stockholm; ISBNCited by: 5.

Perceptions about one's cancer status, age at diagnosis, and gender wee better associated with self‐image and life outlook; Large sample, standardized measures, appropriate analyses: 4: Zebrack, Mills, Weitzman () [] Empirical study: Cancer patients and off‐treatment survivors (n = 1,)Cited by:   Objective To assess the effect of a multimodal group exercise intervention, as an adjunct to conventional care, on fatigue, physical capacity, general wellbeing, physical activity, and quality of life in patients with cancer who were undergoing adjuvant chemotherapy or treatment for advanced disease.

Design Randomised controlled trial. Setting Two university Cited by: Scope of the Problem. Almost 35 million patients were discharged from U.S. hospitals in ; of these patients, 46 percent had a surgical procedure and 16 percent had one or more diagnostic procedures. 1 Pain is common, and expected, after surgery.

Recent data suggest 80 percent of patients experience pain postoperatively 2 with between 11 and 20 percent experiencing Cited by: BMC Nursing is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles on all aspects of nursing research, training, education and practice.

Tovah Honor Aronin, BioMed Central. Manuscript Editor. Oliver Cocks, BioMed Central. Assistant Editor. Janelle Coore, BioMed Central. Section Editors. Anto De Pol, Universita di Modena e Reggio. Citation: Ali M () Communication skills 1: benefits of effective communication for patients.

Nursing Times [online]; 12, Author: Moi Ali is a communications consultant, a board member of the Scottish Ambulance Service and of the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Care, and a former vice-president of the Nursing and.

In his book, The Mindbody Prescription: Healing the Body, Healing the Pain, John E. Sarno, MD, suggested that unexpressed emotions are responsible for neck, back, and limb pain in most patients. 43 Sarno held that unexpressed anger, accumulated as a result of internal and external pressures, is of particular significance.

After physical concerns have been appropriately ruled. Nurses have a huge set of responsibilities for handling a patient with cancer. Nursing care plans for cancer involves assessment, support for therapies (e.g., chemotherapy, radiation, etc.), pain control, promoting nutrition, and emotional support.

Here are 13 cancer nursing care plans (NCP) and nursing diagnosis: Anticipatory Grieving. 17 Therapeutic Communication Techniques. One of the main ways nurses establish trust with patients is through communication. Because nurses are likely to have the most direct contact with patients, effective nurse-patient communication is critical.

Nurses can utilize proven therapeutic communication techniques that promote quality care. reasoning from all chronically ill patients to a single chronically ill patient.

reasoning from a single diabetic patient to all diabetic patients.(specific to the genereal) 3. using a standard nursing care plan to care for a specific patient. using a computerized nursing care plan to care for insulin-dependent diabetic patients.

Promoting reality-based thinking is a nursing intervention for all types of bipolar, hypomanic, and manic disorders. Telling Tariq the truth is the best nursing intervention in this situation. A nurse is caring for a client with bipolar disorder who is being treated for. Sensory Room: An Umbrella Term “Sensory Room” is an umbrella term used to categorize a broad variety of therapeutic spaces specifically designed and utilized to promote self-organization and positive change.

There are multiple types of sensory rooms and purposes for use that have been created and implemented in different practice areas to date.Help understand factors influencing patients perceptions, beliefs, and behavior to plan care that'll most effectively help patients maintain or restore health and prevent illness.

First component: individuals perception of susceptibility to an illness Second component: individuals perception of the seriousness of illness and cues to action.

Hypothesis Adjuvant massage therapy improves pain management and postoperative anxiety among many patients who experience unrelieved postoperative pain. Pharmacologic interventions alone may not address all of the factors involved in the experience of pain. Design Randomized controlled trial.

Setting Department of Veterans Affairs hospitals in Cited by: