Receiving Spiritual Care: Experiences of Dying and Grieving Individuals.

@article{Bonavita2018ReceivingSC,
  title={Receiving Spiritual Care: Experiences of Dying and Grieving Individuals.},
  author={Anthony Bonavita and Oksana Yakushko and Melissa L Morgan Consoli and Steven E. Jacobsen and Rev. Laura L. Mancuso},
  journal={Omega},
  year={2018},
  volume={76 4},
  pages={
          373-394
        }
}
The study examines the perceptions of interfaith spiritual care, received through a volunteer hospice organization, by 10 individuals facing death and dying. Qualitative methodology based on the Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis was used to collect and analyze the data. Four superordinate themes reflected meanings ascribed to spirituality and spiritual care in facing end of life: Vital Role of Spirituality in the End-of-Life Care, Definitions and Parameters of Spirituality and Interfaith… CONTINUE READING
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