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Spirituality and Patient Care

Why, How, When, and What

by Harold G Koenig

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Published by Templeton Foundation Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian ministry & pastoral activity,
  • Health systems & services,
  • Religion,
  • New Age / Body, Mind & Spirit,
  • Alternative Therapies,
  • Healing - General,
  • Medical / Physician & Patient,
  • Ethics,
  • Medical care,
  • Spirituality

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8902039M
    ISBN 101599471167
    ISBN 109781599471167


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The body of research on religion, spirituality, and health continues to grow at a dramatic rate, creating an urgent need for a new. The Importance of Spirituality in Patient-Centered Care Richard H. Savel, MD; Richard H. Savel, MD Richard H. Savel is coeditor in chief of the American Journal of Critical Care.

He is director, surgical critical care at Maimonides Medical Center and professor of clinical medicine and neurology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, both Cited by: "Every bit of what I know about the integration of spirituality into clinical practice, learned over twenty years, is contained in this book." Koenig addresses the whys, hows, whens, and whats of patient-centered integration of spirituality into patient care, including details on the health-related sacred traditions for each major religious group.

Religion and Medicine The histories of medicine and religion have been interwoven for centuries. Many faith-based communities, organizations, and agencies established hospitals and hospices as part of their ministry.

In the modern era, however, the two became increasingly separated as medicine became more scientific, developing what became known as the biomedical model in the mid-nineteenth Cited by: 2. Undoubtedly a united approach toward spirituality in nursing practice will enhance the quality of patient care.

However, this will require unity and teamwork on the part of all nurses in the profession to provide consistent and ongoing holistic care.

R Spirituality and Patient Care book what you can learn from my services. You can take a consultation to learn how to. Critic Reviews - Spirituality in Patient Care.

Share Guide September/October Spirituality in Patient Care is intended as a guide for physicians, medical students, nurses, and health practitioners. As emerging research demonstrates the effect of one's spiritual beliefs on a person's health, it's important to perform a Spirituality and Patient Care book profile on a patient in addition to physical and lifestyle.

Spirituality in Patient Care: Why, How, When, and What, 3rd ed. Harold G. Koenig, M.D. (Templeton Foundation Press, ) Description: Since the publication of the first edition of Spirituality in Patient Care inthe book has earned a reputation as the authoritative introduction to the subject for health professionals interested in identifying and addressing the spiritual needs of patients.

The majority of the book consisted of careful, deliberate, and conventional advice on how to approach spirituality in medicine. There were a few gems though. For example, it is a bad idea to invite clergy into a room where a patient is victim to a serious trauma/5. Since the publication of the first edition of Spirituality in Patient Care inthe book has earned a reputation as the authoritative introduction to the subject for health professionals interested in identifying and Spirituality and Patient Care book the spiritual needs of patients.

Praise for the previous edition: I highly recommend this book as reading for all physicians and would certainly recommend it for any course on medical ethics and/or required reading for any medical student. Journal of the National Medical Association Since the publication of the first edition of Spirituality in Patient Care inthe book has earned a reputation as the authoritative Pages:   March 2, — Editor's note: Until recent years, spirituality has been an oft-overlooked element of patient us studies have suggested that.

INTRODUCTION. Spiritual inquiry in health care is controversial. Patient spirituality and religiosity have been shown to be correlated with reduced morbidity and mortality, better physical and mental health, healthier lifestyles, fewer required health services, improved coping skills, enhanced well-being, reduced stress, and illness prevention.

1– 15 Many of these studies have been Cited by: Harold G. Koenig’s book, Spirituality in Patient Care: Why, How, When, and What, provides medical students and physicians with several inventories from which to choose for inquiring about spiritual also provides some guidance on what might be appropriate spiritual inquiry and what might be proper religious : David J.

Plevak. This book probably won't “convert” anyone who is not already convinced of the importance of spirituality in patient care, but then it is not meant to do so. It is intended to be a handbook for those who wish to learn more about spirituality and patient care, or for those who seek guidance about performing a spiritual assessment and by: 2.

Since the publication of the first edition of Spirituality in Patient Care inthe book has earned a reputation as the authoritative introduction to the subject for health professionals interested in identifying and addressing the spiritual needs of patients.

The body of research on religion, spirituality, and health continues to grow at a Brand: Templeton Press. Since the publication of the first edition of Spirituality in Patient Care inthe book has earned a reputation as the authoritative introduction to the subject for health professionals interested in identifying and addressing the spiritual needs of patients.

The body of research on religion, spirituality, and health continues to grow at a dramatic rate, creating an urgent need for a new /5(14). A Time for Listening and Caring, Spirituality and the Care of the Chronically Ill and Dying, Christina M. Puchalski, Oxford Press, (Hardcover book) Spirituality in Patient Care, 2nd edition by Harold Koenig, MD (paperback) Templeton Foundation Press, A Balm for Gilead: Meditations on Spirituality and the Healing Arts.

- Johns Hopkins, Hospital Founder and Benefactor, Sensitivity to the patient's spirituality has been a priority at Johns Hopkins since the hospital was founded in Johns Hopkins, hospital founder and benefactor, was raised in the Society of Friends (better known as the Quakers).

Spirituality is a well-recognized concept in all known cultures. Culturally sensitive care is one of the hallmarks of good nursing care. Spirituality and the religious expression of spirituality have been shown through research to have positive impacts on both health and illness.

Get this from a library. Spirituality in patient care: why, how, when, and what. [Harold G Koenig] -- "I highly recommend this book as reading for all physicians and would certainly recommend it for any course on medical ethics and/or required reading for any medical student."--Journal of the.

Since the publication of the first edition of Spirituality in Patient Care inthe book has earned a reputation as the authoritative introduction to the subject for health professionals interested in identifying and addressing the spiritual needs of patients.

The body of research on religion, spirituality, and health continues to grow at a /5(14). descriptions authors give for spirituality or spiritual nursing care (Villagomeza ).

McSherry and Draper () conclude that there is little universal consensus about the meaning of. Holistic care philosophy, acknowledging the existence of a very close relationship between body, mind and soul (spirit) and focusing on individualism, emphasize that every dimension of human is distinctive and unique as well as they are also connected to each other.

While integrity value is defined as an important concept for personal development and health; providing treatment and healing by Author: Nilufer Demirsoy. Since the publication of the first edition of Spirituality in Patient Care inthe book has earned a reputation as the authoritative introduction to the subject for health professionals interested in identifying and addressing the spiritual needs of patients.

The body of research on religion, spirituality, and health continues to grow at a. Get this from a library. Spirituality in patient care: why, how, when, and what. [Harold G Koenig] -- Koenig addresses the whys, hows, whens, and whats of patient-centered integration of spirituality into patient care, including details on the health-related sacred traditions for each major religious.

Religion’s influence on patient care is expressed in prayer requests, in clinician-chaplain collaborations, and through health care organizations’ religious accommodations for patients and staff.

Whether and how religion and spirituality training are critical components of students’ and clinicians’ development of cultural humility is explored in this month's issue.

Spiritual Care For Patients With Different Worldviews Nursing Essay. Even if you are not a spiritual person, there are ways you can still provide spiritual care to your patients.

You can put people in touch with God through compassionate presence, prayer, Bible reading, and active listening (Shelly &. Buy a cheap copy of Spirituality and Patient Care: Why, How, book by Harold G. Koenig. This landmark handbook for health professionals interested in identifying and addressing the spiritual needs of patients has been significantly revised and Free shipping over $Cited by: ().

Spirituality in Patient Care. Chaplaincy Today: Vol. 18, No. 2, pp. Cited by: and Spirituality Meet becomes an appropriate subtitle for the book on health and religion by Harold.

Koenig (). Medicine, spirituality, and patient care. Journal of the American Author: Marius Swart. Thus, spirituality and health is increasingly being addressed in medical and nursing training programs as part of quality patient care.” [10] Numerous health professional organizations call for greater sensitivity and training concerning the management of religious and spiritual issues in the assessment and treatment of patients.

[11]. Praise for the previous edition: "I highly recommend this book as reading for all physicians and would certainly recommend it for any course on medical ethics and/or required reading for any medical student."--Journal of the National Medical Association Since the publication of the first edition of Spirituality in Patient Care inthe book has earned a reputation as the authoritative /5(33).

The studies, published online in Cancer, the peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society, indicate there is a significant link between religion, spirituality and patient outcomes but.

The Puchalski and Ferrell book, Making Health Care Whole, can serve as an excellent resource to help our ministries achieve the goal of consistently providing high-quality spiritual care. One of Catholic-sponsored health care's goals should be availability and uniformity of spiritual care to patients and families across all settings.

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Optimally, spirituality provides a foundation for patients to move from a sense of brokenness to a sense of wholeness, allowing them to find meaning and purpose. In this way, spirituality is integral to whole patient care and helps to address patients’ understanding of illness.3,4 Spirituality may.

When spirituality is tended to, it can improve patient outcomes including quality of life and can reduce the cost of care. When spirituality is neglected, on the other hand, patient suffering can.

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