The Psychosomatic Approach: Sensitizing Nurses to the Care of the Patient and His Illness
Nurses have a primary role to play in contributing to the practice and teaching of psychosomatic approach by stressing the interaction of biological psychological, and social factors in health and illness.
KeywordsNursing Care Psychosomatic Medicine Mental Health Consultation Nursing Education Program Skilled Nursing Care
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