Aromatherapy is one of the main complementary therapies to be practiced by nurses and other health care professionals in hospital, hospice, and community settings. Written by a nurse, this clinical text highlights how aromatherapy can enhance care and the role health care professionals play in its practice. It examines key facts and issues in aromatherapy practice, and applies these within a variety of contexts and conditions, taking a carefully holistic approach in dealing with the patient.
James Barlow, Irish Pharmacy Journal, January 2005 "The text is undoubtedly a progressive and ambitious work, and showcases the enthusiasm and experience of the author, and can be recommended to health professionals with an interest in the integration of conventional medicine with complementary and alternative therapies."
By Jane Buckle, PhD, RN, Jane Buckle, PhD, RN. Clinical Aromatherapy consultant and creator of the 'M' Technique. London, UK. US office in NJ. and Jane Buckle, PhD, RN, Jane Buckle, PhD, RN. Clinical Aromatherapy consultant and creator of the 'M' Technique. London, UK. US office in NJ.
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