NUR 168 Integrative Theory and Practices

This interdisciplinary course examines the principles, practices, use, and outcomes of alternative and complementary therapies. It provides an overview of the field, of alternative healing, and focuses on specific healing modalities that are widely used in the general population. Students will learn to use evidence-based criteria to evaluate the risks and benefits of selected integrative therapies. Ethical, legal, and professional issues will be explored. A holistic approach that incorporates the Roy Adaptation Model will be used. RN-BSN course.