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A meta-analysis of the relationship between spirituality and quality of life
The relationship between spirituality and various dimensions of health and quality of life has been extensively examined during the past decade. Though several literature reviews have been conductedExpand
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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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Physical activity as a mediator of the impact of chronic conditions on quality of life in older adults
BackgroundChronic conditions could negatively affect the quality of life of older adults. This may be partially due to a relative lack of physical activity. We examined whether physical activityExpand
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Stress and Depression in Students: The Mediating Role of Stress Management Self-efficacy
Background:The prevalence of mental health issues appears to be increasing. Stress that leads to depression may be mediated if people believe that they have the wherewithal to manage it.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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A Meta-Analysis of the Relationship Between Spirituality and Quality of Life
Abstract.The relationship between spirituality and various dimensions of health and quality of life has been extensively examined during the past decade. Though several literature reviews have beenExpand
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Health status, preventive behaviour and risk factors among female nurses.
BACKGROUND This study compares the health status, preventive behaviour and risk factors of female nurses with those of other employed postsecondary-educated women. DATA AND METHODS; Cross-sectionalExpand
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Measuring the quality of life of people at the end of life: The McGill Quality of Life Questionnaire–Revised
Background: The McGill Quality of Life Questionnaire has been widely used with people with life-threatening illnesses without modification since its publication in 1996. With use, areas forExpand
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Particularizing the General: Sustaining Theoretical Integrity in the Context of an Evidence-Based Practice Agenda
Proliferation of demands for accountability and health care quality places nurses under constant pressure to ensure professional practice is evidence-based. The corresponding emphasis on knowledgeExpand
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Hospitable Hospitals in a Diverse Society: From Chaplains to Spiritual Care Providers
The chaplain’s role in health care services has changed profoundly within the contexts of managerial and fiscal constraints, and increasingly pluralistic and secularized societies. Drawing from aExpand
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