CAM and nursing: from advocacy to critical sociology

Adams, J. and Tovey, P. (2003). CAM and nursing: from advocacy to critical sociology. In Philip Tovey, Gary Easthope and Jon Adams (Ed.), The mainstreaming of complementary and alternative medicine: studies in social context (pp. 158-174) London and New York: Routledge.

Author Adams, J.
Tovey, P.
Title of chapter CAM and nursing: from advocacy to critical sociology
Title of book The mainstreaming of complementary and alternative medicine: studies in social context
Place of Publication London and New York
Publisher Routledge
Publication Year 2003
Sub-type Other
ISBN 0415267005
Editor Philip Tovey
Gary Easthope
Jon Adams
Chapter number 9
Start page 158
End page 174
Total pages 17
Total chapters 9
Language eng
Subjects 321100 Nursing
321200 Public Health and Health Services
329900 Other Medical and Health Sciences
Abstract/Summary Stepping back from the immediate demands of policy-making, Mainstreaming Complementary and Alternative Medicine allows a complex and informative picture to emerge of the different social forces at play in the integration of CAM with orthodox medicine. Complementing books that focus solely on practice, it will be relevant reading for all students following health studies or healthcare courses, for medical students and medical and healthcare professionals.
Keyword Nursing
Public Health
Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Q-Index Code BX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

 
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