The final principle is one of holism , which draws together the technical, organizational, and cultural aspects of technology and aims at a synthesis of science and religion.
In contrast, qualitative methods seek to represent holism and to provide contextual knowledge of the phenomenon being studied.
Doctors and patients need evidence about complementary treatments, but randomised controlled trials need to be carefully designed to take holism into account and avoid invalid results
He did not believe in holism and Newton's grand design.
This article will explore the concept of holism , and demonstrate how it can be incorporated into health care settings today.
In their appeal to holism , practitioners claim to be able to work with an implausible number of unique configurations of information.
Synthesis and holism is much more scientifically subtle than analysis and reductionism.
Reading poetry emphasizes holism in that the entire poem is read to pupils before a discussion to analyze its contents follows.
We report the findings of a national survey of the views of Scotland's general practitioners on holism in primary care.
We explored alternative frameworks that embraced holism and body-mind-spirit unity.