Impact of nursing intervention on improving HIV, hepatitis knowledge and mental health among homeless young adults. (17/22)

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Impact of nursing intervention on decreasing substances among homeless youth. (18/22)

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Effects of art therapy using color on purpose in life in patients with stroke and their caregivers. (19/22)

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Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of body psychotherapy in the treatment of negative symptoms of schizophrenia--a multi-centre randomised controlled trial. (20/22)

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Weighing the evidence: risks and benefits of participatory documentary in corporatized clinics. (21/22)

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Medicine--a healing or a dying art? (22/22)

That medicine is a science is the popular belief, and this has been reinforced by the advent of 'evidence-based medicine', which assumes that scientific proof is required to support medical practice. However, the view of science implied is a narrow one, foreign both to pure scientists and to artists, and the art of medicine is devalued by the approach. There are both important differences and important similarities between science and the arts. The arts should contribute to evidence-based practice and education along with science, and have a role in many aspects of medical practice.  (+info)