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  • 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 Special Issue on Infant Mental Health. (To be released soon).


  • 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 Brief.

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

  • ​Libster, M. (2009). 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


  • Libster, M. (2015). APRNVoices: Holes in the Fabric of American Nursing.

  • Golden Apple Monographs, 1(1): 1-48.  © 2014 Golden Apple Publications

  • ​Libster, M. (2017). Spiritual formation, Secularization, and Reform of Professional

  • Nursing in Antebellum America. Journal of Professional Nursing. In Press. Available Online First.    DOI:

  • ​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. (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., 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.

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