Spiritual interventions Resources

31 - 35 shown of 63 results
Go to page: 12345678910111213
Sort by: TitleDateResource type

ChiPPS Pediatric Palliative Care Newsletter Issue #10: Spirituality and Pediatric Palliative Care

Primary Author: National Hospice & Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO)

This issue of the Children's Project on Palliative/Hospice Services (ChiPPS) Pediatric Palliative Care Newsletter focuses on Spirituality and Pediatric Palliative Care.

Articles include:

- Struggles with God by Lisa Buell
- The Importance of Meaning-Making: Where Spirituality and Grief Intersect by Elizabeth A. Keene Reder, MA, CT
- Spiritual Care of Children with Life-Limiting Illness by Paul Thayer, DMin
- When a Child Dies: Spiritual Struggles and Solace by Beth Seyda

Date Last Modified 02/01/2008 Report/Document/Book chapter, Article

Defining Spiritual Care: An Exploratory Study

Primary Author: Leonard Hummel, The Luthern Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Report of a literature review looking at definitions and categories of spiritual care. The authors found that most of the interventions could be grouped into several general categories and "only a few of these categories encompass explicitly religious or spiritual interventions." They also found that "there is common
ground among nurses and chaplains about what constitutes spiritual care and what that care entails."

This article was published in the Journal of Health Care Chaplaincy, volume 15 on pages 40–51.

Date Last Modified 01/01/2008 Article

A multidisciplinary training program for spiritual care in palliative care

Primary Author: Palliative Care Australia

Complete curriculum materials for trainers including, instructor's guide, slide presentations, videos, vignettes, and handouts.

Requires registration with a free account to access.

Date Last Modified 12/31/2007 Course curriculum

End-of-Life Care: A Nurse's Guide to Compassionate Care

Primary Author: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

This book offers practical advice for nurses providing end-of-life care in every specialty and setting. Topics include how to:

- Address patients' spiritual concerns
- Ensure that physical needs are met
- Help patients maintain their dignity
- Provide emotional support to grieving families
- Cope with your own feelings about dying and end-of-life care.

Chapter 7 is on Psychosocial, Spiritual, and Cultural Care.

Date Last Modified 12/31/2007 Book

Spirituality in Patient Care: Why, How, When, and What

Primary Author: Harold G. Koenig, Duke University Center for Spirituality, Theology and Health

From the publisher, Templeton Press, this paperback book offers:

- A practical handbook for physicians, medical students, and residents seeking guidance on integrating spirituality into patient care in a clear easy-to-use format

- A multifaith approach to integrating spirituality into patient care

- Key resources for medical professionals to develop further skills in this significant area

- A ten-session model course curriculum on spirituality and healthcare for medical students and residents, with suggestions on how to adapt it for the training of nurses, social workers, and rehabilitation specialists.

Date Last Modified 09/01/2007 Book, Course curriculum