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Spirituality and health for women of color.
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The purpose of this commentary is to explore research data that support a relationship between spirituality and health, particularly among women of color, and to present several examples of how spirituality may enhance public health interventions designed to promote health and prevention. Expand
Israeli oncology and nononcology nurses' attitudes toward physician-assisted dying: a comparison study.
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Israeli nurses generally are supportive of PAD, however, oncology nurses were less likely to support its practice and the more religious nurses considered themselves, the less likely they were to support the practice. Expand
Israeli critical care nurses' attitudes toward physician-assisted dying.
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The findings demonstrated that the Israeli critical care nurses sampled tended to agree with the concept of PAD but were unlikely to agree to having a more active role in hastening the dying process, especially among those nurses who considered themselves more religious. Expand
Intrinsic and extrinsic religiosity, spiritual well-being, and attitudes toward spiritual care: a comparison of israeli jewish oncology nurses' scores.
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Israeli Jewish oncology nurses' religiosity, spiritual well-being, and perhaps their attitudes toward spiritual care may be influenced by whether they are secular, traditional, or religious nurses. Expand
Intravenous hydration for terminal patients: what are the attitudes of Israeli terminal patients, their families, and their health professionals?
Dehydration in terminally ill patients is a common condition and its treatment in an active oncology unit often involves intravenous (IV) hydration programs. The decision to use IV hydration is onlyExpand
Israeli oncology nurses' religiosity, spiritual well-being, and attitudes toward spiritual care: a path analysis.
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Nurses' attitudes toward spiritual care are influenced by their education, intrinsic and extrinsic religiosity, and spiritual well-being, and nurses' spiritualWell-being should be supported. Expand
An exploratory pilot study of nurse-midwives' attitudes toward active euthanasia and abortion.
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There was a positive relationship between nurse-midwives' attitudes toward active euthanasia and its legalization, and attitudes toward abortion, self-reported religiosity and religious affiliation, and the relationship between country of practice and attitudes to euthanasia was found. Expand
The relationship between symptom severity and symptom interference, education, age, marital status, and type of chemotherapy treatment in Israeli women with early-stage breast cancer.
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Increased symptom severity disrupts daily function and life in women with breast cancer and evidence-based symptom profiles for different chemotherapy protocols are needed. Expand
An exploratory pilot study of nurse-midwives' attitudes toward active euthanasia and abortion.
TLDR
There was a positive relationship between nurse-midwives' attitudes toward active euthanasia and its legalization, and attitudes toward abortion, self-reported religiosity and religious affiliation, and the relationship between country of practice and attitudes to euthanasia was found. Expand
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