A Concept Analysis of Spiritual Health

  • Akram Sadat Sadat hoseini, Naghmeh Razaghi, Abdul Hosein Khosro Panah, Nahid Dehghan Nayeri
  • Published 2017 in Journal of Religion and Health

Abstract

Spiritual health is an important dimension of health and forms part of a comprehensive care. This study was conducted to redefine and clarify the components of spiritual health based on different worldviews through Walker and Avant’s concept analysis method. Being given a life and a soul and having beliefs are the antecedents of spiritual health. The attributes of this concept include a morality-oriented intellectual connectedness with the self, others, and the universe guided by a connection with the Transcendent and Superior being in order to create meaning in life and find its purpose in the context of culture and religion; transcendence is ultimately the consequence of spiritual heath. Using the attributes appeared in this conceptual analysis, nurses can evaluate the spiritual health of their clients and help them create positive outcome by providing appropriate interventions.

DOI: 10.1007/s10943-017-0522-x

Cite this paper

@article{hoseini2017ACA, title={A Concept Analysis of Spiritual Health}, author={Akram Sadat Sadat hoseini and Naghmeh Razaghi and Abdul Hosein Khosro Panah and Nahid Dehghan Nayeri}, journal={Journal of Religion and Health}, year={2017}, pages={1-22} }