Category Archives: SPIRITUAL CARE

Five spiritual strengths your patients might be pursuing

Another contribution to our Spirituality and Palliative Care series that looks at how people deal with crisis and suffering when confronted with life-threatening disease. Today, our guest writer is Marc Haufe, PhD researcher spiritual care at the Care Ethics department … Continue reading

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Spiritual care in a hospice setting, in a secularised country

Earlier this year, we launched a series on Spirituality and Palliative Care that looked at how people deal with crisis and suffering when confronted with life-threatening disease. Following much interest in the subject, we’re delighted to publish more posts.    Today, … Continue reading

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Spiritual care requires spiritual care support: The link nurse

CONTINUING OUR SERIES TO CELEBRATE THE INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF THE NURSE AND MIDWIFE 2020 AND THE BENEFITS THAT NURSING AND MIDWIFERY BRING TO THE HEALTH OF THE GLOBAL POPULATION To mark this world first, the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) is … Continue reading

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Reframing responses to end-of-life research: A question of vitality

Earlier this year, we launched a series on Spirituality and Palliative Care that looked at how people deal with crisis and suffering when confronted with life-threatening disease. Following much interest in the subject, we’re delighted to publish more posts. Today, we welcome … Continue reading

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Attending to patients’ spiritual needs at the end of life: Exploring the physician’s role

Earlier this year, we launched a series on ‘Spirituality and Palliative Care’ that looked at how people deal with crisis and suffering when confronted with life-threatening disease. Following much interest in the subject, we’re delighted to publish more posts. Today, … Continue reading

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