Atteggiamenti e credenze verso le terapie complementari negli infermieri italiani

Ricevuto: 19 gennaio 2018
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Pubblicato: 19 gennaio 2018
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Introduzione: negli ultimi anni è stato evidenziato un costante aumento delle conoscenze ed utilizzo delle terapie complementari (CAM) da parte della popolazione italiana. Questo nuovo trend nei bisogni sanitari della popolazione, apre una domanda di ricerca sulle conoscenze, attitudini e opinioni che gli infermieri hanno sulle terapie complementari.



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