Effects of Nurses' Screening of Spiritual Needs of Hospitalized Patients on Consultation and Perceived Nurses' Support and Patients' Spiritual Well-being.

@article{Vlasblom2015EffectsON,
  title={Effects of Nurses' Screening of Spiritual Needs of Hospitalized Patients on Consultation and Perceived Nurses' Support and Patients' Spiritual Well-being.},
  author={Jan P Vlasblom and Jenny T van der Steen and Martin Neal Walton and Henk Jochemsen},
  journal={Holistic nursing practice},
  year={2015},
  volume={29 6},
  pages={346-56}
}
There is an undeniable relationship between spirituality and health, and taking a spiritual history is a simple way to increase the focus on spiritual care. This is a pre/posttest intervention study. Questionnaires were administered before implementation of a spiritual assessment (pretest, n = 106), and afterward (posttest, n = 103). Despite a difficult implementation process, the number of consultation requests for the Department of Spiritual and Pastoral Care increased from 2 in the pretest… CONTINUE READING
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