Spiritual care in Israel : the future is now

@inproceedings{Kinzbrunner2014SpiritualCI,
  title={Spiritual care in Israel : the future is now},
  author={Barry M. Kinzbrunner and Bryan D Kinzbrunner},
  year={2014}
}
Spiritual care is a relatively new healthcare discipline in Israel. It has evolved over the past decade through the collaboration of multiple Israeli healthcare professionals, with assistance from interested professionals primarily from the US. The goal has been to create a spiritual care model unique to Israel. The study by Bentur et al. significantly contributes to the advancement of spiritual care in Israel by giving spiritual care providers valuable knowledge as to how the patients they… CONTINUE READING
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