The Spiritual Needs and Resources of Hospitalized Primary Care Patients

@article{Ellis2012TheSN,
  title={The Spiritual Needs and Resources of Hospitalized Primary Care Patients},
  author={Mark R. Ellis and Paul Thomlinson and C. Gemmill and William I. Harris},
  journal={Journal of Religion and Health},
  year={2012},
  volume={52},
  pages={1306-1318}
}
  • Mark R. Ellis, Paul Thomlinson, +1 author William I. Harris
  • Published in
    Journal of Religion and…
    2012
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Previous studies have recognized the importance of hospitalized primary care patients’ spiritual issues and needs. The sources patients consult to address these spiritual issues, including the role of their attending physician, have been largely unstudied. We sought to study patients’ internal and external resources for addressing spiritual questions, while also exploring the physician’s role in providing spiritual care. Our multicenter observational study evaluated 326 inpatients admitted to… CONTINUE READING

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