Mendeley. What Does Peer-Reviewed LOOK Like? Liza Dion, RMT1, Nancy Rodgers, CMT1, Susanne M. Cutshall, RN, MS, ACNS-BC1, Mary Ellen Cordes, RN, MS, ACNS-BC2, Brent Bauer, MD3, Stephen D. Cassivi, MD, MSc1,4, Stephen Cha, MS51Department of Surgery, 2Department of Nursing, 3Division of General Internal Medicine, 4Division of General Thoracic Surgery, and, 5Division of Biomedical Informatics and Biostatistics, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN USA.Background:Integrative therapies such as massage have gained support as interventions that improve the overall patient experience during hospitalization.
A growing number of health care institutions are integrating complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapies into the routine care of patients. Extensive evaluation of massage therapy has shown that it can effectively improve a number of outcomes.(2,3) These improved outcomes include reduced SAMPLE ONLY, anxiety, and lymphedema, as well as decreased muscle tension, heart rate, blood pressure, and galvanic skin response. Develop Your Internet Search Skills. Be Better@Google Searching (3-minute Video) [Image of google.com search box] Audio: How can you make Google work better for you when you’re searching? Here are a few tips and tricks to get you started. Let’s say we’re doing research on the impact of multiracial people & culture in America.
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