Integrative Nursing: Handbook for Teachers

Anita Lunde, Martine Busch, Thora Jenny Gunnarsdottir, Dorte Wiwe Dürr, Jette Westenholz Jørgensen, Torkel Falkenberg, Monique van Dijk, Marianne van der Heijden

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Abstract

The Integrative Nursing Handbook for Teachers in Nursing is an evidence-informed and expert-supported educational framework for Integrative Nursing in Europe.
The Handbook consists of eleven chapters presented over three series: ‘integrative nursing’; ‘integrative nursing within a conventional setting’; ‘integrative nursing and complementary and non-pharmacological therapies’. Furthermore, in the Handbook offers a toolbox on various teaching methods, didactic reflections and resources. A validated competency profile presents relevant learnings outcomes and narratives are added in every chapter to enhance students’ engagement and to inspire the teacher.
The Handbook is freely available at the Erasmus+ homepage and we ask users of the Handbook to become part of building an international network by sharing best practices and reflections on implementation Integrative Nursing education. the INES Handbook
Translated title of the contributionIntegreret sygepleje: Håndbog for undervisere
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationHolland
Number of pages168
ISBN (Electronic)978-90-9036800-9
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2023

Keywords

  • disease, health science and nursing
  • education, professions and jobs

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