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The development of nursing students' spirituality and spiritual care-giving.
  • B. Pesut
  • Medicine
  • Nurse education today
  • 1 February 2002
Nursing education programs are being increasingly challenged to incorporate spirituality and spiritual care-giving into the curriculum. The purposes of this study were to explore how students in aExpand
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Attributes of Spiritual Care in Nursing Practice
Nurses are increasingly being called on to engage in spiritual care with their patients. A diverse body of theoretical and empirical literature addresses spirituality as it relates to nursingExpand
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Rural Palliative Care: A Comprehensive Review.
Abstract Background: Access to integrated, palliative care regardless of location of residence is a palliative care standard yet we know such access is limited for those living in rural and remoteExpand
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Hospital Chaplaincy in the Twenty‐First Century: The Crisis of Spiritual Care on the NHS
No wonder you activities are, reading will be always needed. It is not only to fulfil the duties that you need to finish in deadline time. Reading will encourage your mind and thoughts. Of course,Expand
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New graduate nurse practice readiness: perspectives on the context shaping our understanding and expectations.
Workforce shortages, fiscal restraint, complex healthcare organizations, increasing patient acuity, the explosion of knowledge and technology and the ever expanding role of nurses in healthcare haveExpand
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Spirituality and spiritual care in nursing fundamentals textbooks.
  • B. Pesut
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of nursing education
  • 1 April 2008
Educators are increasingly being called on to teach nursing students the fundamentals of spiritual care. The purpose of this study was to investigate and analyze what was being taught to nursingExpand
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Conceptualising spirituality and religion for healthcare.
AIMS To discuss some of the challenges of conceptualising spirituality and religion for healthcare practice. BACKGROUND With the growing interest in spirituality in healthcare, has come theExpand
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Issues in rural palliative care: views from the countryside.
CONTEXT Growing concern exists among health professionals over the dilemma of providing necessary health care for Canada's aging population. Hospice palliative services are an essential need in bothExpand
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Fundamental or Foundational Obligation?: Problematizing the Ethical Call to Spiritual Care in Nursing
  • B. Pesut
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • ANS. Advances in nursing science
  • 1 April 2006
Spiritual nursing care is increasingly being cited in the nursing literature as a fundamental ethical obligation. This obligation is based upon the argument that nurses provide holistic care,Expand
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Conceptual foundations of a palliative approach: a knowledge synthesis
BackgroundMuch of what we understand about the design of healthcare systems to support care of the dying comes from our experiences with providing palliative care for dying cancer patients. It isExpand
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