students should not be full of stress and confusion about becoming a
nurse. Why the mystification? We need to show students how to be a nurse
by treating them as we do our patients: with love, compassion, respect,
and enthusiasm for their success!" -Dr. Katie Love
Empowered Holistic Nursing Education
Dr. Katie Love
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A few references for Holistic Modalities benefiting Nursing Students:
Diaconis, L. (2011) The labyrinth: a transformative path for RN to BSN education. International Journal for Human Caring, 14 (3): 43-8.
Kang, Y., Choi, S., Ryu, E. (2009) The effectiveness of stress coping program based on mindfulness mediation on stress, anxiety, and depression experienced by nursing students in Korea. Nurse Education Today, 29 (5): 538-43.
Krejci, J. (2010) Imagery: Stimulating critical thinking by exploring mental models. Journal of Nursing Education, 36 (10): 482-4.
Love, K. (2008) Interconnectedness: A concept Analysis. Journal of Holistic Nursing. 26(4), 255-265.
Love, K. (2011) Advice on Holistic Nursing Education. Connections in Holistic Nursing Research. 3(1), Enewsletter.
Love, K. (2014) A mid-range theory of Empowered Holistic Nursing Education: A pedagogy for a student-centered classroom. Creative Nursing.
Malinski, V., Todaro-Franceschi, V. (2011) Exploring co-meditation as a means of reducing anxiety and facilitating relaxation in a nursing school setting. Journal of Holistic Nursing, 29 (4): 242-8.
Manjushambika, R., Sanchitha S., George, L. (2012) A Study on Effectiveness of Meditation on Subjective Wellbeing, Anxiety and Study Habits of Undergraduate Nursing Students. International Journal of Nursing Education, 4 (2): 137-40.
Thorton, L. (2013) A prescription for well-being: Treating you right through self-care and self-compassion. Imprint, 60 (2): 32-7.