Reiki and its journey into a hospital setting.

@article{Kryak2011ReikiAI,
  title={Reiki and its journey into a hospital setting.},
  author={Elizabeth Kryak and Anne T. Vitale},
  journal={Holistic nursing practice},
  year={2011},
  volume={25 5},
  pages={
          238-45
        }
}
There is a growing interest among health care providers, especially professional nurses to promote caring-healing approaches in patient care and self-care. Health care environments are places of human caring and holistic nurses are helping to lead the way that contemporary health care institutions must become holistic places of healing. The practice of Reiki as well as other practices can assist in the creation of this transformative process. Abington Memorial Hospital (AMH) in Abington… Expand
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