Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Wilfred McSherry and Linda Ross ; with a foreword by Dr. Androulla Johnstone|
|LC Classifications||R733 .S67 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 175 p. :|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||2010534622|
/ Linda Ross --the meanings of spirituality: a multi-perspective approach to 'the spiritual' / John Swinton --Recognizing spiritual needs / Aru Narayanasamy --Spiritual assessment: definition, categorization and features / Wilfred McSherry --The spiritual history: an essential element of patient-centered care / Christina Puchalski --Indicator. Spiritual Assessment In Healthcare Practice. There has been a groundswell of interest in and recognition of the importance the spiritual part of a person's life has to play in coping with/recovery from illness as well as in the attainment and maintenance of health, wellbeing and quality of life. Addressing the spiritual part of life is now a key part of the health care professional's job but this raises the . Spiritual Assessment in Healthcare Practice. Wilfred McSherry and Linda Ross (eds) M & K Publishing, £27 Pb pp. ISBN 1 7. The editors have brought together contributors from nursing, medicine, theology, and chaplaincy from the US and Europe to offer a broad perspective on spiritual care and assessment. Keywords ual assessment In the s, Christina Puchalski, a physician and foun-der of the George Washington Institute for Spirituality & Health (GWish), developed a spiritual assessment tool to enable healthcare providers to gather information about religion and spirituality from patients. Known by.
Spiritual assessment and continuous care is part of Joint Commission’s requirements for hospitals. This needed component of healthcare can be easily taught. With confidence building and practice, spiritual assessment and care can be integrated into a nursing or medical practice, showing the patient that they are valued, and all of It is a pivotal part of spiritual health therapy practice. Spiritual Assessment and Care – (Competency 1): Spiritual Assessment and Care are distinct but inter-related activities. Spiritual Assessment is an extensive, in-depth, ongoing process of actively listening to and summarizing a client’s story, spiritual strengths, needs, hopes and. Conducting the spiritual assessment also may help strengthen the physician-patient relation- ship and offer physicians opportunities for personal renewal, resiliency, and growth. (Am Fam. Health professionals in all settings should take a history from their patient(s). National guidelines in the U.S. recommend a spiritual assessment be included with most or all patients. Yet, surveys show that over 95% of patients say that no health professional has ever inquired of their spiritual or religious beliefs. Furthermore, most health professionals indicate that they never been taught.
Spiritual Assessment in Healthcare Practice - Ebook written by Professor Wilfred McSherry, Dr Linda Ross. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for 5/5(1). Top Books Top Audiobooks Oprah’s Book Club Spiritual Assessment in Healthcare Practice. Professor Wilfred McSherry & Dr Linda Ross. $; $; Publisher Description. There has been a groundswell of interest in and recognition of the importance the spiritual part of a person's life has to play in coping with/recovery from illness as well as. Outline • Current Practice • Instruments for research vs clinical practice • 3 levels of inquiry in clinical context • Next steps for evidence-based spiritual assessment • Definitions and norms • Defining spirituality and religion • Norms in spiritual assessment • Roles and authority in spiritual assessment • Methods • Narrative vs quantitative. 3. Anandarajah G, Hight E. Spirituality and medical practice: using the HOPE questions as a practical tool for spiritual assessment. Am Fam Physician. ;63(1) 4. Maugans TA. The SPIRITual history. Arch Fam Med. ;5(1) 5. Lucchetti G, Bassi RM, Lucchetti AL. Taking spiritual history in clinical practice: a systematic review.