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eBook Spirituality in Nursing: Standing on Holy Ground ePub

by Mary Elizabeth O'Brien

  • ISBN: 0763706442
  • Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Mary Elizabeth O'Brien
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Pub; 1st edition (January 15, 1999)
  • Pages: 298
  • ePub book: 1205 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1434 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 492

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This book "is a unique resource that examines the relationship between spirituality and nursing

This book "is a unique resource that examines the relationship between spirituality and nursing. Key topics include the role of spirituality in the nurse-patient relationship ; the diverse spiritual needs of patients and the assessment of those needs by nurses ; and the significance of spirituality in the history of nursing.

Therefore, the book, spirituality in nursing appeared at an optimal time. O'Brien discusses the nurse's spiritual posture as standing on holy ground. It explores the relationship between spirituality and nursing practice. Therefore it is a must reading for all nurses who provide holistic nursing care. This book is an excellent resource for nursing in any setting and it covers spiritual care across the life span. This book also utilizes the spiritual care experiences of nurses. In this story, God spoke to Moses from the middle of the burning bush. Where Moses stood was declared by God to be holy ground.

O'Brien, Mary Elizabeth. Nursing - Religious aspects - Christianity

O'Brien, Mary Elizabeth. Nursing - Religious aspects - Christianity. Nurse-Patient Relations. Nursing - Moral and ethical aspects. This book "is a unique resource that examines the relationship between spirituality and nursing.

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...discusses assessment of patients' spiritual needs, provision of spiritual care, spiritual, nature of nurse-patient relationship

Comments

Meri Meri
A well intentioned book filled with statements of the obvious. I placed this item in our library at work, hoping by the title that it would somehow stimulate and inspire. Sadly, I don't think it engaged anyone.
Amarin Amarin
Add a whole new level of care to your practice.
Fenrinos Fenrinos
This is a tremendous book. Would be a great idea for text book, and a required course, for those in medical/nursing school.
one life one life
From the beginning of nursing the movement has always been about more than just handing out pills, taking temperatures, and following the doctor's orders. From the beginning nurses have been charged with the spiritual life of a patient--how the patient is doing in spirit and mind as well as body. In her seminal work "Standing on Holy Ground," O'Brien manages to touch all the important bases, starting with a spiritual history of nursing and quickly moving on to nursing assessment of spiritual needs. The last two-thirds of the book is devoted to a delineation of the spiritual needs of folks in various life stages--from acute illness to death and dying. This book is fast becoming a solid anchor and reference for our parish health and wellness team.