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Articles by Dr. Martha Libster

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ELEMENTS OF CARE

  • Libster, M. (2018). Holistic and Integrative Nursing: Elements of Practice. Continuing Education Course. Purchase through Western Schools.

  • ​Libster, M. (2008). Elements of Care: Nursing Environmental Theory in Historical Context. Holistic Nursing Practice, 22(3), 160-170.

  • ​Libster, M. (Summer, 2009). Free Download. Enlightenment: Elements of Self-Care. Quest, 96-101.

INTEGRATIVE HEALTH AND CONSCIOUSNESS

  • Libster, M. (Course and Booklet Available Spring 2019). Cannabis, CBD, and Beyond.

  • ​Libster, M. (2006). How to Tango with Viruses! A Dr. Martha Self-Care Free VLOG and Download.

  • ​Libster, M. (2010). Free Download Transmuting Imperil - Insight on the Healing Art from Mdm. Helena Roerich   © Golden Apple Publications.

  • ​Libster, M. (2009). Free Download Guest Editorial - Behind the Shield: A Perspective on H1N1 from the Inner Terrain. Journal of Holistic Nursing, 27(4), 218-22.

  • ​Libster, M. (2003). Integrative Care Product and Process – Considering the three T’s of Timing, Type, and Tuning.” Complementary Therapies in Nursing and Midwifery. 9(1): 1-4.

  • ​Libster, M. (1999). “Guidelines for selecting a medical herbalist for consultation and referral.” Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 5(5): 457-462.

  • Libster, M. (2019). Gentle Remedies: Restoring faith in the first step of nonpharmacological infant mental health care for the prevention and treatment of “disruptive behavior.” Archives of Psychiatric Nursing. 33: 299 – 306. Special Issue Infant Mental Health

HISTORY OF NURSING

  • Libster, M. (2015). APRNVoices: Holes in the Fabric of American Nursing. Golden Apple Monographs, 1(1): 1-48.  © 2014 Golden Apple Publications. FREE Download Executive Summary 5 pages. Complete paper available free upon request.

  • ​Libster, M. (2018). Spiritual formation, Secularization, and Reform of Professional Nursing in Antebellum America. Journal of Professional Nursing 34(1): 47-53.   Abstract: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.profnurs.2017.05.002

  • ​Libster, M. (2011) Lessons Learned from a History of Perseverance and Innovation in Academic-Practice Partnerships. Journal of Professional Nursing. 27(6): e76-e81.

  • ​Libster, M. (2011). Nursing’s Heritage of Forming Innovative Academic-Practice Partnerships. Report to American Association of Colleges of Nursing Task Force on Academic Practice Partnerships.  

  • Libster, M. (2010). Guest Editorial - From Flame to Bonfire: A Call for Companions. Curationis: Journal of South African Nurses Assn., 33(1),3.

  • ​Libster, M. (2009). A History of Shaker Nurse-herbalism, health reform, and the American Botanical Medical Movement (1830-1860). Journal of Holistic Nursing, 27(4), 222-231.

  • ​Libster, M. M. (2008).  Perspectives on the History of Self Care. Self-Care, Dependent-Care and, Nursing, 16 (2), 8-1.

  • Libster, M. (2008). Elements of Care: Nursing Environmental Theory in Historical Context. Holistic Nursing Practice, 22(3), 160-170.

 

NURSING 

  • Libster, M., Mulaudzi, M., Collins, S., Liang, O., Southworth, J., Long, M.(2010). Tradition Meets Technology: Building Caring Community Online. ANS: Advances in Nursing Science, 33(4),362-375.

  • ​Libster, M. (2010). Guest Editorial - From Flame to Bonfire: A Call for Companions. Curationis: Journal of South African Nurses Assn., 33(1),3.

  • ​Mulaudzi, F. M., Libster, M. M., & Phiri, S. (2009).  Suggestions for creating a welcoming nursing community: Ubuntu, cultural diplomacy, and mentoring. International Journal of Human Caring, 13(2), 45-51.

  • Libster, M. M. (2008).  Commentary and Plant Perspective on Hypericum and Nurses: A Comprehensive Literature Review on the Efficacy of St. John's Wort in the treatment of depression. Journal of Holistic Nursing, 26 (3), 208-211.

  • Libster, M. (2006). Dancing Away Dispiritedness. AJN: American Journal of Nursing. 106(11):72c-73c.

INFANT BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

  • Libster, M. (2019). Gentle Remedies: Restoring faith in the first step of nonpharmacological infant mental health care for the prevention and treatment of "disruptive behavior." Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 33, 299 – 306. Special Issue Infant Mental Health.

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