Journal of Integral Theory and Practice (Vol. 6, No. 4): December 2011_JITP

Journal of Integral Theory and Practice (Vol. 6, No. 4): December 2011_JITP
Integral Medicine
By Journal of Integral Theory and Practice
The field of healthcare and medicine is explored in this special issue of the Journal of Integral Theory and Practice. The issue opens with an eloquent argument for integrating the insights of Integral Methodological Pluralism with the principles of evidence-based medicine. Later, authors explore Integral Theory’s utility in the diagnosis and treatment of debilitating diseases such as breast cancer and chronic fatigue syndrome; the perspective and strength the AQAL model is lending to nursing; the evolving role the Integral framework is playing in recovery/addiction work; and, in a two-part article, the contours of an integral psychiatric treatment model. Rounding out the issue is a personal essay and reviews of integrally informed books by Annemarie Mol and Elliott Dacher.
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Published: 12-01-2011
Length: 149 Pages
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The issue opens with an eloquent argument for integrating the insights of Integral Methodological Pluralism with the principles of evidence-based medicine. Later, authors explore Integral Theory’s utility in the diagnosis and treatment of debilitating diseases such as breast cancer and chronic fatigue syndrome; the perspective and strength the AQAL model is lending to nursing; the evolving role the Integral framework is playing in recovery/addiction work; and, in a two-part article, the contours of an integral psychiatric treatment model. Rounding out the issue is a personal essay and reviews of integrally informed books by Annemarie Mol and Elliott Dacher.