2 edition of Spirituality in nursing found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Barbara Stevens Barnum|
|LC Classifications||RT85.2 .B37 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780826105837, 9780826105844|
|LC Control Number||2010021860|
Spirituality in Nursing: Standing on Holy Ground, Fifth Edition explores the relationship between spirituality and the practice of nursing from a variety of perspectives, including: * Nursing assessment of patients' spiritual needs * The nurse's role in the provision of spiritual care * The spiritual nature of the nurse-patient relationship * The spiritual history of the nursing profession Brand: Jones & Bartlett Publishers. Search Tips. Phrase Searching You can use double quotes to search for a series of words in a particular order. For example, "World war II" (with quotes) will give more precise results than World war II (without quotes). Wildcard Searching If you want to search for multiple variations of a word, you can substitute a special symbol (called a "wildcard") for one or more letters.
In Nursing, spirituality is a question that has appeared since Florence Nightingale and, in Brazil, the first scientific publication on the theme dates from Over time, the attitude of Nursing as to the spiritual dimension suffered modifications, Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: portraits: Contents: Nurses as spiritual carers / Sue Ronaldson --Spirituality: connectedness through being and doing / Anne J. Fry --Nurses as wounded healers / Jane Hall --The patient nurse / Linda Walter --Spirituality as a healing force / Jacqueline Kinsey Bambery --Spirituality .
Nursing theories involving spirituality such as Dosey, Newman, and Watson, are examined, and nursing trends are seen in the larger context of trends in society and other disciplines, such as psychology, physics and philosophy. In this new edition there is more information on techniques and therapies for incorporating spirituality into patient care. Welcome to our multifaith website on everyday spirituality and 37 universal practices. Explore book and film reviews, a database of + practices, online courses, quotes, blogs, and more.
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Spirituality in Nursing: Standing on Holy Ground, Fourth Edition explores the relationship between spirituality and the practice of nursing, providing students and professionals with invaluable insights from a variety of perspectives.
Topics include nursing assessment of patients' spiritual needs, the nurse's role in the provision of spiritual care, the spiritual nature of Reviews: 1.
Many nursing education programs include spirituality as a curriculum theme or, less frequently, include a course devoted to spirituality in nursing. The nursing profession is generating an increasingly important body of knowledges on the relationship between spirituality/religion and health/illness with some proposing that it is the health.
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The Spirituality in nursing book focuses on relevant topics in contemporary nursing such as the spiritual history of nursing, assessment of patient’s spiritual needs, the nurse’s role in spiritual care as well as the the nurse patient relationship and spiritual by: Spirituality in nursing is all about extending warmth and caring to the less fortunate people.
You need to use your observation for identifying the various indicators for spiritual need. You need to start by identifying the disposition of people, and it will help you determine the type of spiritual care they will require.
Focusing on spirituality as an Spirituality in nursing book component of effective nursing care, this text presents an unbiased view of the nature of human spirituality apart from religion. The text offers a unique interdisciplinary and inter-religious perspective—representing a range of Eastern and Western religious traditions—while addressing lifespan considerations and belief systems within the.
Spirituality in Nursing provides beautiful models for expert spiritual care, as well as a basis for further research.
—Reviewed by Judith A. Shelly, DMin, RN (Adapted from a book review of an earlier edition originally posted in the Journal of Christian Nursing, Winter ). Spirituality is a broad concept with room for many perspectives. In general, it includes a sense of connection to something bigger than ourselves, and it typically involves a search for meaning in life.
As such, it is a universal human experience—something that touches us all. People may describe a spiritual experience as sacred or transcendent or simply a deep sense of aliveness. ANA publishes books on a wide range of nursing topics and core issues that underpin all of nursing practice.
These include nursing scope and standards of practice, patient safety, ethics, care coordination, leadership, and nursing career resources that will help your guide your nursing specialty and career advancement.
Spirituality in Nursing book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The New Edition Of Spirituality In Nursing Explores The Relationsh /5(26). Spirituality in nursing is significant just like compassion when caring.
The essence of nursing profession is the willingness and ability to heal the sick and cater to the needy. Unlike the conventional and commonly perceived, healing is not just confined to physical care such as making sure if the patient has been given his/her medicines on.
According to O,Brien (Spirituality in Nursing ) there are three key activities for spiritual caring: being with patients in their experiences of pain, suffering, or other problems or needs; listening to patients verbally express anxieties or emotions, such as fear, anger, loneliness, depression, or sorrow, which may be hindering the.
Spirituality is an important aspect of holistic care that is frequently overlooked. This is because of difficulties in conceptualising spirituality and confusion about how it should be integrated. This article seeks to describe a professional, personal, and cultural understanding of spirituality in nursing care.
It revisits and refines the many concept clarifications of spirituality in our practice discipline, while reflecting on the potential meanings and learnings from Ismaili tenets and principles within a personal nursing by: 6.
Spirituality in Nursing: Standing On Holy Ground, Sixth Edition explores the relationship between spirituality and the practice of nursing. The text focuses on relevant topics in contemporary nursing such as the spiritual history of nursing, assessment of patient’s spiritual needs, the nurse’s role in spiritual care as well as the the nurse patient relationship and Brand: Mary Elizabeth O'brien.
Written as a practical resource to teach nurses and nursing students, this text explores how to best address spiritual assessment and care. Spirituality--the search for meaning in life and connection to others--remains relevant to all patient interactions, and is an essential component for nurses to integrate into their everyday : $ Spirituality is an important aspect of holistic care that is frequently overlooked.
This is because of difficulties in conceptualising spirituality and confusion about how it should be integrated into nursing care. This article explores what is meant by spirituality and spiritually competent practice.
Audience: The audience for this book is all nurses, nursing students, and even patients who are interested in exploring issues of spirituality and healthcare. The author poses spiritual questions for the practicing nurse, the patient, the nurse educator, and the Price: $ descriptions authors give for spirituality or spiritual nursing care (Villagomeza ).
McSherry and Draper () conclude that there is little universal consensus about the meaning of. Chapter Spirituality True/False Indicate whether the statement is true or false. ____ 1.
Religion provides people with instruction and guidance about what to believe and what values are essential. ANS: T Religion provides instruction and guidance on beliefs, values, and codes of conduct.
In contrast, spirituality is a journey that integrates life experiences and understanding. An older adult is receiving hospice care. Which nursing intervention(s) help the patient cope with feelings related to death and dying? (Select all that apply.) A: Teaching the patient how to use guided imagery B: Encouraging the family to visit the patient frequently C: Taking the patient's vital signs every time the nurse visits.The virtual lack of any mention of spirituality or spiritual care within the broad nursing specialty books (i.e., medical-surgical nursing, maternal-child health nursing, psychiatric-mental health Cited by: Spirituality has been widely considered important for patients’ health and for healthcare practice and is related to connectedness, meaning in life, and transcendence.
Research concerning spirituality is growing rapidly, and the implementation of spiritual care should be based on evidence. This literature review aims to describe the methods that have been used in nursing Cited by: 4.