Spirituality in Nursing: Standing on Holy Ground

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2003 - 387 lappuses
This book "is a unique resource that examines the relationship between spirituality and nursing. There are two new chapters added to this edition, Parish Nursing and Spiritual needs in mass casualty disasters. Key topics include the role of spirituality in the nurse-patient relationship ; the diverse spiritual needs of patients and the assessment of those needs by nurses ; and the significance of spirituality in the history of nursing." - back cover.
 

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Classic on nursing spirituality mainly from a Christian point of view. However, many of the concepts are faith independent. Lasīt pilnu pārskatu

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Nursing Assessment of Spiritual Needs 55 3 Nursing Assessment of Spiritual Needs
3
A Nursing Theology of Caring
12
A Spiritual History of Nursing
21
The Catholic and Protestant Nursing Orders
37
of the Institutionalized Elderly 75 Religious Faith and Living
79
The Nurses Role
118
The Problem of Suffering
130
Spiritual Needs of the Patient with
149
Spiritual Needs of Children and Families
211
Spiritual Needs in Childbirth and
224
Spiritual Needs of the Older Adult
238
Spiritual Concerns of the Older Adult
245
Spiritual Needs in Death and Bereavement
264
Religious Practices Associated with Death and Dying
273
Caregiving Within
291
Spiritual Needs in Mass Casualty Disasters
309

Spiritual Needs of the ICU Patient
157
Spiritual Needs of the Emergency Room Patient
165
References
171
Epilogue
351
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