wholistic


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wholistic

(həʊˈlɪstɪk)
adj
1. a variant spelling of holistic
2. (Complementary Medicine) a variant spelling of holistic
3. (Philosophy) a variant spelling of holistic
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Addressing newsmen at the end of its meeting in Gombe in the early hours of Monday, the PDP declared that it is not against a wholistic fight against corruption but observed that what is being done now is picking on the opposition in order to weaken it so that it can have a smooth ride back to power come 2019.
Third, the DA, just like the DTI, should present a wholistic antismuggling plan for integration and synergy with BOC's program.
Environmental Protection Agencys (EPA) Gulf of Mexico Program recognized 34th Street Wholistic Gardens & Education Center in Gulfport, Miss.
We need a wholistic approach towards safety of women workers with equal attention towards their right to work,' she said reiterating importance of their physical and emotional well being.
Addiction as a wholistic body ecosystem derangement;
The purpose of this gathering is to execute a convocation that develops wholistic strategies to effectively equip families to meet the challenges of their communities and the families who live within them; in order to foster renewed hope and potential by reclaiming each life, family, community and the world.
Furthermore, a wholistic treatment approach promotes maternal wellbeing, as parental anxiety is often associated with this presentation.
Faith community nursing, recognized by the American Nurses Association in collaboration with the Health Ministry Association, is a specialty of professional nursing practice focusing on the intentional care of the spirit as well as the promotion of wholistic health and prevention or minimization of illness within the faith community (ANA, 2012).
Faith community nurses are licensed, registered nurses who practice wholistic health for self, individuals and the community using nursing knowledge combined with spiritual care They function in paid and unpaid positions as members of the pastoral team in a variety of religious faiths, cultures, and countries The focus of their work is on the intentional care of the spirit, assisting the members of the faith community to maintain and/or regain wholeness in body, mind, and spirit.
The book provides the first wholistic view of the field of ED study.
There she learned the four key concepts of faith community nursing: spirituality, professionalism, wholistic health, and community.