Alcoholics Anonymous and Nursing; Lessons in Holism and Spiritual Care. Alcoholic Anonymous (AA) is a worldwide, 2 million-member organization that has assisted countless alcoholics to achieve sobriety through a spiritual program of recovery from alcoholism. Based on spiritual principles known as the â€œTwelve Stepsâ€ and â€œTwelve Traditions,â€ AA has provided a model for other …∞
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