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...spirituality). Therefore, when a patient is sick and cannot tend to these things himself, the health care provider must be aware since these aspects of religion are important to Sikhs. Sikhs also believe, like the Buddhist in their prayers and their mantras to help with healing. They look towards their God to help in faster recovery and at the same time, other aspects need to be covered, such as the fact... Health Care Providers In Different Religions Health Care Providers In Different ReligionsA health care provider gives services of rehabilitation, or for curing, preventing or promoting health services in a way that is feasible and systematic to people and communities. This may be an individual...
Discuss how personnal meanings and spirituality might affect workers and service users/survivors within the mental health system
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...health problems by blaming the affected individuals or look for sins in their lives to account for their problems, thereby increasing their sufferings through stigma. Religious groups may have a negative social attitude of fear and misunderstanding towards mentally ill persons, or may discourage the mentally ill from seeking professional help. Consequently, “some service users may have experienced stigma and discrimination within their faith communities” (NHS, 2005: 40). Resilience Developed from Spiritual and Religious Beliefs Religious and spiritual beliefs are key elements of resilience, and are important aspects of people’s lives. Religious involvement... THE ROLE OF PERSONAL...
Spirituality in Nursing
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...Spirituality in Nursing Introduction All people are spiritual to a lesser or greater extent, but not all are religious., according to Dunn 2008. Most modern schools of nursing teach that total and holistic biopsychosocialspiritual care is what is required of nurses. Vance in 2001 stated that ‘The role of spirituality in promoting health and improving patients' responses to illness is receiving increasing attention’. Ross ( 2006) found 47 stuides on th etopic since 1987. 'Spirare' is a Latin word meaning 'to breathe life', Yet as Rogers points out, ( 2004) although the topic of spirituality is mentioned as part of any teaching nursing students receive on the wider topic of holistic nursing... ...
Spirituality in health care
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...Spirituality in Health Care The role of the healthcare provider is one that is not often understood to be related, either directly or tangentially, to spirituality. However, as it is the responsibility of the healthcare provider to reach out to the patient as means of addressing their needs, identifying with them, and providing counsel as needed, the means by which spirituality should be understood and engaged is something that is of great importance. As such, promoting both physical and psychological health is a primary expectation that the healthcare provider has in terms of fulfilling their responsibilities. Oftentimes, this cannot be done without adequately understanding... and...
Spirituality in Health Care
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...Spirituality in Health Care Spirituality within the realm of healthcare is a very delicate Ultimately, the role of the healthcare professional is to administer to the physical and psychological help of patient. Maximizing these two aspects of health and promoting a better quality of life for the patient is the ultimate expectation and job requirements for the healthcare professional. As a means of understanding this to a more effective degree, the following analysis will discuss the role that spirituality plays in helping to address this primary task. As such, for purposes of this analysis, the author will focus specifically upon the realm of the way in which spirituality can play a role... ...
Spirituality Media Log
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...health for the patient. Patients in psychotherapy can feel that the doctor or the therapist is the key to them overcoming their troubles. While the therapist is vital to the process, real healing must come from within. Finding the spiritual in psychotherapy is a great way to help enhance the healing experience. Spirituality allows you to feel connected to the world beyond your own psyche. This connection is rich and insightful into our own experiences and the nature of the world if we... Bipolar Diagnosis Complicating Alcohol Recovery? Battling an addiction to alcohol is difficult under the best of circumstances. An understanding ofthe physical, mental and spiritual elements of alcohol addiction...
The concept of spirituality in nursing practice
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...Spirituality in Nursing Introduction All people are spiritual to a lesser or greater extent, but not all are religious., according to Dunn 2008. Most modern schools of nursing teach that total and holistic biopsychosocialspiritual care is what is required of nurses. Vance in 2001 stated that ‘The role of spirituality in promoting health and improving patients responses to illness is receiving increasing attention’. Ross ( 2006) found 47 stuides on th etopic since 1987. Spirare is a Latin word meaning to breathe life, Yet as Rogers points out, ( 2004) although the topic of spirituality is mentioned as part of any teaching nursing students receive on the wider topic of holistic nursing... ...
Spirituality in Nursing Care
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...health and environment. However, training in this area of spiritual care is seldom provided since most of the training is focused on emotional, social, cultural, physical and psychological aspects of the client. The nurse, therefore lacks the ability to provide spiritual care. Many nurses feel uncomfortable in accessing a client’s spiritual realm because of the abstract nature of the elements of spirituality. Others find... ? Spirituality in Nursing Care Task Introduction The inevitable increase in diversity in the world is making medical practitioners to encounter continuously variations in religions, cultures in the course of providing medical care. The various advances in technology are leading to...
Spirituality
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...Spirituality  Introduction:       Spiritual refers to anything that is not material in nature. All the qualities that make up a human being – aptitude, gentleness, imaginative, and so on – are non-objective in nature. Even whatever human beings seek to get are non-physical, for example love and happiness. It is spirituality that created the world because whatever one thinks in his mind is what makes his world. It is believed that everything that is required to bring in happiness and good experiences, lie within a human being and is not required to come from outside. As Ron Eager had stated, “We have within ourselves a great reservoir of wisdom, strength and peace waiting to be recognized... ...
Spirituality
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...Spirituality One very significant issue with the use of religion for the treatment of mental health problems is the clash between the religious beliefs of the psychologist and the patient. The patient can only be made to benefit from the spiritual treatment if he/she whole-heartedly participates in the process, which fundamentally depends upon the patient’s approval of the psychologist’s suggestions from the religious standpoint. Hence, the religious beliefs of the psychologist need to coincide with those of the patient for both to move in the same direction. The second significant issue with the use of spirituality to...
Spirituality
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...Spirituality The world has witnessed a plethora of epics and novels since the ancient times — of the Egyptian Old Kingdom, Persia, or India. The records from all these countries are crude, impersonal, stereotyped by comparison. One such epic titled- The Epic of Gilgamesh dates from the beginnings of civilization in Mesopotamia. Gilgamesh was the fifth king of the Sumerian city of Uruk after the Great Flood. The Epic of Gilgamesh is one of the most popular stories ever told. The story seems to have taken form almost two thousand years before that. There is also another story titled Dante’s inferno. This is a story set in the 1300s where a person named Dante Alighieri meets...
Spirituality
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...Spirituality  Introduction:       Spiritual refers to anything that is not material in nature. All the qualities that make up a human being – aptitude, gentleness, imaginative, and so on – are non-objective in nature. Even whatever human beings seek to get are non-physical, for example love and happiness. It is spirituality that created the world because whatever one thinks in his mind is what makes his world. It is believed that everything that is required to bring in happiness and good experiences, lie within a human being and is not required to come from outside. As Ron Eager had stated, “We have within ourselves a great reservoir of...
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...Spirituality I think I encounter a burnout since I have a tendency to feel remorseful about obligations not done or not done well. Being a nurse, I experience man good and bad times and this represents a test to my soul as fa as my spirituality is concerned. Have a tendency to act in a brutal approach to patients because of eagerness that grows in the process of having numerous patients attend to. As far as I am concerned, anxiety and burnout are ideas that have supported the enthusiasm of nurses and scientists for quite a few years. These ideas are exceedingly significant to the workforce when all is said in done and nursing specifically. Regardless of...
Spirituality
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...Spirituality The world has witnessed a plethora of epics and novels since the ancient times - of the Egyptian Old Kingdom, Persia, orIndia. The records from all these countries are crude, impersonal, stereotyped by comparison. One such epic titled- The Epic of Gilgamesh dates from the beginnings of civilization in Mesopotamia. Gilgamesh was the fifth king of the Sumerian city of Uruk after the Great Flood. The Epic of Gilgamesh is one of the most popular stories ever told. The story seems to have taken form almost two thousand years before that. There is also another story titled Dante's inferno. This is a story set in the 1300s where a person named Dante Alighieri meets a...
Epic of Gilgamesh, The Pillow Book, and John Chapter 1 as a Means of Understanding Human and Social Interpretations of Spirituality throughout Time
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...health, safety, or way of life (Gilgamesh 5). Should further be understood Gilgamesh is not unique within the realm of human experience (Sanders 5). Rather, the earliest representations of God/gods and understandings of spirituality within the ancient world are almost always indicative of a situation in which humanity is something of a tender entity; tossed by the whimsical and oftentimes misogynistic... Section/# An Analysis and Discussion of the Epic of Gilgamesh, The Pillow Book, and John Chapter as a Means of Understanding Human and Social Interpretations of Spirituality throughout Time Since the dawn of time, humanity has been specifically interested in defining what specifically the purpose of...
Health and Life Sciences - 8000 word Dissertation 'To Investigate the Spiritual Significance Walking has for Older People'.
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...spiritual well-being as for fitness. Spirituality and its inevitable relation with health is a familiar research topic and the proposed research topic the spiritual significance on walking is focused on a rare and relevant subject. Therefore the dissertation is entitled in to To Investigate the Spiritual Significance Walking has for Older People. Generally the term ‘spirituality’ is related to religious principles and therefore... To Investigate the Spiritual Significance Walking has for Older People. Dissertation Outline Page No: Introduction………………………………………………………………………………….. Aims and Objectives………………………………………………………………………… Liter...
The Sociology of Forgiveness and Mental Health
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...Spirituality in mental health care can allow a person to decide what form of purpose they are looking for by their own perception of it, which makes it a highly positive influence. This was a trademark established by Lefanu when the thought of spirituality intertwined with treatment regimens in mental health care facilities. The following quote shows how spirituality is established in the mind from one individual to the next following Lefanu's theological position. I would always describe myself as a spiritual person, not a religious person, on the grounds that I am uneasy about signing up to a package... Running head: MENTAL HEALTH AND SOCIOLOGICAL...
Spirituality 3
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...Spirituality Spirituality The questions included in the questionnaire comprise of Has your present health condition influenced your capability to do things that help you spiritually? 2. What is your relationship with your family and close friends in your current condition? 3. Is there anyone with who you wish to make up? 4. Is there anyone to whom you wish to say “I’m sorry” or “I love you?’ 5. Would it be okay to talk to a chaplain? 6. Are you worried about any aggression between your tradition and your present medical condition? Spirituality Even though spirituality is normally assumed as an optimistic resource for dealing with ailments, spiritual distress might have a pessimistic impact... ...
Improving MMCs Patient Satisfaction & Health Care Quality through Spirituality Manchester Medical
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...Health Care Quality through Spirituality A Strategic Initiative Spring 2009 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Manchester Medical Center (MMC), an accredited health care provider of Joint Commission Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHCO), received a ranking of 75th percentile on the category “meeting emotional and spiritual needs of the patients”. This provided the impetus for the CEO to delve into the theories, concepts and practical applications of spirituality and spiritual care in conjunction with health care. There are strategic measures needed to improve the situation. First and foremost, the identification of strengths... and weaknesses of the present system is imperative to determine...
Workplace Spirituality
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...spirituality helps foster better relationships among individuals. If employees would look after each other's welfare, honesty, openness and trust would be developed. 4) Empowerment, once employees feel that they are valued in an organization and their decision contribute to the constructive development of the firm's operations, they become more empowered to participate and perform with the company. 5) Fostering expression, spirituality enables employees to freely express themselves without hesitation of reprimand or guilt. Drivers of Workplace Spirituality The concept of spirituality or faith at work is driven by the need of individuals for motivation to perform effectively... ?Running head: Workplace...
Spirituality/Nursing
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...Spirituality/Nursing al Affiliation Spirituality/Nursing Healthcare provision can be adequately defined as the provision ofaccessible, integrated health care services, in clinical settings; by clinicians who are deemed accountable, for their continuous address of a variety of personal health care needs. Through this, is further development of sustainable patient-clinician relations, by way of practicing in contexts of both communal identity and family. The above is important in understanding the wholesome nature of proper health care provision, given the existence of several dimensions therein. Thus, is the need to focus on the improvement and measurement of health care outcomes and overall... ...
Spirituality 4
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...health workers suffering from compassion fatigue, experience symptoms of trauma, which include fear, lack of sleep running mind and absent-mindedness. Needs of Caregivers Although there is no known cure or solution for compassion fatigue, caregivers are encouraged to evaluate their physical, spiritual and emotional needs in order to contain the situation. Compassion fatigue begins as an emotional problem before developing... into a spiritual and a physical problem. This indicates that caregivers require taking care of their emotional needs in order to enhance their health or avoid the problem. Emotions and feelings are common among healthcare providers and...
Altruistic Perspective of Spirituality
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...spirituality in health care, education and more recently in "the re-enactment of cities and urban life."(Sheldrake, 2007). The literature confirms that now hospitalization can become a "spiritual encounter" for the families and patients both. (Bolmsjo... The paper presents a review of the literature; pertaining to the meaning of spirituality for the dying person. The paper identifies all therelevant concepts of spirituality and the concepts are compared from the perspective of multiple disciplines of psychology, biology, management and nursing. The defining attributes are extracted from the review of literature and defining attributes of the concepts are substantiated by antecedences and consequences....
Spirituality in nursing
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...spiritual perspective on healing. Basically, discussed how spiritual perspective on healing on Buddhism, Sikh, Baha’I compares to that of Christianity. According to the paper, the Sikh religion teaches that health care providers ought to understand the religious preferences in the aspect of the patients and their care while; Buddhism considers the health and disease as a common fact to the life of human and in this way. In the same way, the followers of Baha’i believe in that the body of man contains physical body hence there is need to take good care... Spirituality in Nursing Marie Barthelemy Grand Canyon February 15th, The definition of spirituality has no widely-agreed characterization. In this...
Spirituality in Nursing
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...Spiritual Needs: The Core Of Healing Process of the of the Introduction A healthy body is a prerequisite for a healthy and positive mind. If the body is inflicted with disease, disorder or pain, it becomes difficult for a person to enjoy physical and mental happiness. However, when a person is suffering from health problems, only mental strength is not enough to help him fight the disease or to bear the pain associated with disease. He realizes the presence of ‘power that is beyond humans’ and hence, his hope gets tied to that power. The possibility of death makes a person fearful and his inclination towards spirituality grows to a great extent. Hence, spirituality plays an essential... ? Fulfillment Of...
Religion and Spirituality
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...spiritual (“FICA Spiritual Assessment Tool” n.p). Also, it defines the things that give meaning to the phenomenon of life and life after death. Second important component of this assessment is how one incorporates such religious or spiritual values into their life and how it influences their behaviour during illness and role of these beliefs in regaining health. Third part of assessment concerns the environment or community surrounding a patient. Furthermore, it defines how religion and spirituality provides support to a patient through community. Last component of this assessment includes healthcare professionals taking opinion of a patient as to how they can... Teacher’s ID Religion and Spirituality...
Religion: Spirituality and Leadership
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...look for the selfless leaders who are not driven by their self-centred needs. On the contrary, there are a number of leaders in History, who rather than being lead by their egos, chose to follow what we may call transcendent drive, or the spirituality. Mother Teresa and Gandhi are good examples of this kind of leaders. These leaders put the common good of the people before their narrow, egoistic interests; they actually transcended their egoistic nature for some higher common good. They understood that human beings are truly happy when they live in harmony and are well connected with each other... The Role of Spirituality in Leadership for Social Change Henry Mbae Habea Catholic of Eastern Africa...
Healing Hospitals and Spirituality
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...Spirituality Currently, the health care system in the country is in a big crisis manly due to financial constraints. With the rising insurance and such costs, physicians and doctors are being forced to attend to more patients than they would normally see, and as a result, shorten the periods that they attend to each patient. Bottom-line oriented health care is also one of the factors that degrade the working conditions of the working hospitals in the Western World. Due to the factors mentioned above, some hospitals try to cope with the limitations by cutting the staff that they have available for hospital work. This staffing problem also affects social health centers... a...
Healing and Spirituality
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...spiritual feeling. Since healing is a holistic approach aimed at creating harmony between one’s mind, body and spirit, spirituality is a very important element in the healing process (Marberry S. 2006). In instances where physicians may have different religious practices and beliefs, they should not let their personal bias affect the way they perceive their patient’s spirituality. Spirituality and healing are closely intertwined. It is very important for health care providers in healing hospital to consider their patient’s spirituality and religious beliefs in order to promote a good...
Spirituality in Nursing Care
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...health professionals have considered transcendence while seeking to define spirituality. These sociologists also set forth that spirituality implies connection and wholeness (Payne and McFadden, 1994). They also describe spirituality as a life experience which is highly significant, one which is engaged in symbolic immortality and which lifts a person beyond superficial self-interests (Eisenhalder, 1994). In effect, sociologists tend to view spirituality in terms of its overall and more transcendent impact on involved individuals; whereas... ?Running head: SPIRITUALITY IN NURSING CARE Spirituality in Nursing Care (school) Spirituality in Nursing Care Introduction Enquiry-based learning is the standard...
Spirituality and Holistic care
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...Spirituality as a Core Component of Holistic Care Caring for the sick individuals is not limited to the administering of medications, symptom management, and personal care. When providing holistic care to the patients, it is essential for nurses to know that their health care practice should be delivered not only to the patient but also the patient’s family members. This statement is true especially with regards to the management of emotional and spiritual care. In other words, caring for patients and their family members... Spirituality and Holistic Care Introduction Chronic illnesses are sickness that is “continuousindefinitely”. (Larson & Lubkin, 2009, p. 4) In general, older individuals have a higher ...
Ignatian Spirituality and Discernment
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...Spirituality and Discernment Table of Contents Introduction 3 Ignatian Spirituality 4 Ignatian Spirituality and Other Religions 5 Conclusion8 References 9 Introduction The world around us is changing at a tremendous pace. With the increasing dependence on information technologies and developed communication processes along with the high level of prevailing consumerism all around the world, it is presumed that the world is losing its reliance and dependence on the spiritual aspects of life. The impacts of globalization have made the world a smaller place to live in as it has increased the reach of the customers by huge extent. But the fact is, in this changing era, the essence of spirituality...
Spirituality in Organizational Strategy
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...look up to their workplace as one of the ways of defining their lives as well as give meaning to their lives that is torn apart by modern way of living. For example, back then people lived as close knit family, including their extended family, but the world today has changed because nuclear family is not enough to give an employee emotional support and therefore, finds solace at their work place to help them give meaning into their lives. Lack of spiritual leadership has led to loss of connectedness and identity in employees’ lives, because the work place does not provide... ? Unit Introduction Summary For one to be a leader, he or she should have a guiding purpose or vision. Additionally, he should have ...
Texas Health Resources
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...spirituality in healing. These faith-based traditions are deeply engrained in THR's culture and THR is committed to maintaining these aspects as they move forward during the next 10 years. Bolstering the faith-based culture of THR is the long-term goal of its commitment to patient value and its dedication to working with physicians who have a good cultural fit. THR expresses this aspect of their culture as the Promise and the Value. The Promise is the pillar of their culture that emphasizes the importance of the individual "which can be easily lost in a larger organization" (Texas Health Resources 1, 6). Value relates to delivering the highest level of...
Spirituality In Sport.
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...spirituality in sport? Peter Russell defines spirituality as the quest to know ourselves, to discover the true nature of consciousness. Our true self only unfolds through spirituality and conscious efforts on our part to explore and unravel the infinite mysteries. We take for granted our present identity, the one that our surroundings (parents, family) have given us. But the quest for spirituality helps us discover our true identity and instills hope and faith in us (Russel, 2006). The Divine path unites us with our true identity after we decide to delve in the realm of spirituality. All religions are based on spirituality and no matter how modern we may get, we always... ? What has been the role of...
Resiliency and Spirituality
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...health, social network, finances and ability to live independently. In return this will translate into a remarkable resiliency and spiritual firmness to the old Strength perspective counseling model is designed to help reduce the number of elders who may later need extensive health and social services. It equips the clients with problem solving and coping resources. The following assumptions are made in this model. People are responsible for and capable for making their own decisions People are able to direct their lives more than they realize with freedom to choose People are continuously motivated... Running head: AN ANALYTICAL MEMO ON RESILIENCY AND SPIRITUALITY Resiliency and Spirituality Resiliency ...
Keys of Spirituality
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...Spirituality I.D. of the Keys of spirituality Spirituality of Ecclesiology In the ancient world, human civilization was constrained in certain parts of the planet. For example, civilized people in Europe did not know about contemporary human societies thriving in the Americas. So in the ancient times, religious beliefs and practices were related to relatively primitive social systems. Ecclesiology is basically the science of these practices and beliefs. As in the case of Christianity, practices and beliefs in conjugation with different rituals give rise to the valued ecclesial heritage of the Christians (Rolheiser 1999). With the lapse of time, contacts between peoples across the continents... ? Keys of...
Healing Hospital and Spirituality
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...Spirituality Healing Hospital and Spirituality Hospitals have contribute a significant role in the healing of varied diseases. The benefit of healing environments in hospitals is vastly researched concept and justified by results of diverse studies. Currently, health care institutions strive to incorporate features of healing environments as emphasized by Zborowsky and Kreitzer (2008). They include features intended to reduce stress among patients to promote faster healing process. Most healing traditions and through healing generations suggest that engagement with the spiritual dimensions of life has been an essential component of health. Today, most hospitals promote medical... Healing Hospital and...
Neuroscience and Spirituality
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...spirituality Chapter 2: Literature Review 2.1Introduction Meditation and spiritual practices like prayers and chants have been longbelieved to have potent power on the human mind and body. While traditionally, this is common knowledge among the practitioners of meditation or personal experience of people who undergo spiritual experiences or who are religious, there has been traditionally little scientific evidence that has established an empirical relationship between these practices and changes in brain. In recent years however, there is a growing interest in how spirituality or religion may play a role in managing mental and physical health () and this interest has led... to the exploration...
Health History assessment interview
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...Health History Assessment Interview Introduction Any time a patient is admitted into an emergency ward, the first and foremost step to carry out is ahealth assessment exam for that specific patient. Within the health assessment, nurses look at the physical health history, examination and assessment. These physical health history includes an assessment of current presenting symptoms and physical health problems, complete past medical history, family medical history, and financial status such as support, housing and accommodation, assessment of nicotine, alcohol and drug consumption, record...
How Spirituality Effects Economics
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...spirituality affects economics The American Economics Association s that “Economics is the study of how people choose to use resources.” Indeed, the factors that determine how people use their resources and for that matter; the factors that influences or affects economics are varying and widespread. Not until recently, not much attention was paid to how the spirituality of people can affect their economics. Spirituality has been thought to be associated with our inner self and has much to do with our non-physical self but our spiritual self, having an encounter with God (Russell, 2006). Most commonly therefore, spirituality is said to have a close relation to religion since religion centers... ?How...
Spirituality Occupational Model
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...Spirituality Occupational Model Spirituality aspect is very important for the immigrants in new country. To be an immigrant is to acknowledge anothersort of civilization and culture into your every day life. In view of the fact that an immigrant like me is living in a place with dissimilar customs and traditions from mine, one has to be able to build up one's self in unidentified conditions. It includes creation of new friendly relations, learning other opinions, acknowledging different beliefs and values, and grabbing each chance one has to go to new places. Occupational therapy has conventionally focused on psychodynamics, behaviorism, humanism, and...
Go Look
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...Look’ by Christopher Graybill Table of Contents Introduction 3 Central Idea of the Play and Elements that Affect the Central Theme of the Play 3 Conclusion 6 Reference 7 Introduction Literature is perceived to be the reflection of life and society. Plays being one of the most important genres of literature and mediums of social protest; have fascinated playwrights not only to use it as a mere means of amusement but also as a medium to execute and carry forth any strong social message. In this regard, Christopher Graybill is not an exception either. Christopher Graybill’s play, ‘Go Look’ produced on stage by Samuel French apparently might seem a love story...
How spirituality affects economics
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...spirituality affects economics The American Economics Association s that “Economics is the study of how people choose to use resources.” Indeed, the factors that determine how people use their resources and for that matter; the factors that influences or affects economics are varying and widespread. Not until recently, not much attention was paid to how the spirituality of people can affect their economics. Spirituality has been thought to be associated with our inner self and has much to do with our non-physical self but our spiritual self, having an encounter with God (Russell, 2006). Most commonly therefore, spirituality is said to have a close relation to religion since religion centers... How...
Culture and Spirituality - Discussion
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...SPIRITUALITY affiliation Introduction Culture reflects human experiences and behaviors.Professional caregivers should understand their patient’s personal belief systems and respect them. The patient beliefs can affect the care being given and therefore nurses should be careful when dealing with such patients. According to Deer (2013), Purnell theory explains that all health care professions need adequate and similar information when it comes to culture diversity. It elaborates that one’s culture is not better than any other, and that cultures change slowly overtime. Every person has the right to be respected for his or her cultural heritage and that nurses require information... NURSING, CULTURE AND...
Spirituality in Therapy
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...Spirituality in Therapy This paper discusses Relational Ethics of Care along the spirituality in therapy of Francoise Dolto and James Olthuis. To set a background, Sigmund Freud is the pioneering psychoanalyst who introduced the intra-psychic therapeutic method of free association. Through the years, Psychoanalytic Therapy has evolved dramatically, seeking more effective ways to bring reconstruction to patients from personality conflicts. Among these is Humanistic Therapy which sees the patient as a human being with an innate positive drive for a better life. Dolto and Olthuis adopt humanistic therapy with the addition of Christian...
Spirituality and Nature
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...look at earth as if from space which will give rise to a sense of divinity. Secondly, she tells us to consider earth through its timeline of existence and how we are just a tiny speck on its timeline. Finally, she tells every individual to consider local ecosystem. All these will make us aware of our role in maintaining equilibrium in the environment. In the final section of the books she writes about his optimistic views gathered through 30 years as she has seen governments understanding the values of compassion and equity over monetary values. The book is spiritually inspirational and I would recommend it for everyone who is concerned about the future... ?Journal Entries: Spirituality and Nature Nature ...
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...spirituality and religion is therefore important for investigating and explaining possible effects of the two factors on happiness. Spirituality is the aspect of a person’s inner being and how the person relate to his or her environment. It has been associated with such concepts as morality, holiness, and sanctity (Young and Koopsen 9, 10). Religion is, however, the practical manifestation of spirituality and is often visible through such aspects as culture and behavior. It is a social characteristic, unlike spirituality that is an individual trait and may be embedded too deep to be perceived from an outward look (Young and Koopsen 89, 90). The two however... Supervisor’s 16 April How spiritual and...
Faith, Culture, and Spirituality
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...spirituality made complete sense to them as it enabled them to conquer fear. Given the situation in which Perpetua and Felicity found themselves, people expected that they were to be faced with the fear of facing trials... Angeline Yunita THST 198 Prof. Matthew Pereira September 29, Essay Faith in the Martyrdom of Perpetua There is little documentation on the early life of Perpetua and her conversion. We are told however that she was not a Christian for very long before her martyrdom. Thanks to her diary and that of a fellow prisoner, we have a record of her persecution and martyrdom. Her testimony appealed to Christians in the early third century. Then, later on four occasions, Augustine (354-430)...
Should America Provide Universal Health Care? Taking a look at the Affordable Health Care Law Research Paper 3 side to the issu
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...HEALTH CARE? Should America Provide Universal Health Care? Taking a look at the Affordable Health Care Act Law passed in March of 2010 Author Name Date Side One: Those who support universal health care reform. Introduction In the past, the United States was considered to have one of the best health care systems in the whole world. The amenities and the extent of coverage offered to the people of US were extra-ordinary and unquestionable. But, in recent years, with the economic downtrend progressing at an exponential rate, the irregularities present in the system are being exposed quite often. Now, all of a sudden, panic has set across the entire nation... ?Running head: SHOULD AMERICA PROVIDE UNIVERSAL...
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