Metrics details. Therefore, nurses are in urgent need of relevant training to enhance their abilities to provide patients with spiritual care. This study recruited 92 nurses at a cancer treatment hospital in a single province via voluntary sign-up. The nurses were divided into two groups—the study group 45 people and the control wait-listed group 47 people —using a coin-toss method. The study group received one spiritual care group training session every six months based on their routine nursing education; this training chiefly consisted of lectures by experts, group interventions, clinical practice, and case sharing. The control group participated in monthly nursing education sessions organized by the hospital for 12 continuous months.
Nursing: Spiritual, Spirituality, Nursing, And Culture
Chapter III: Spirituality in Nursing in Higher Education - Words
Nurse educationalists have a poor record in preparing nurses adequately for providing spiritual care. Contemporary nursing philosophy embracing holism demands that nurses learn the appropriate skills to enable them to provide care in all domains, including the spiritual. Three questions are explored within this review: what is spirituality? Although sources of literature stemmed from the West, a predominantly Judeo-Christian culture, this is balanced by reference to a synopsis of world religions provided by a number of texts. Research studies included in the review consider nurses' concepts of spirituality, nurses' awareness of spiritual aspects of care, assessment of patients' spiritual needs, and caring and coping strategies for nurses and patients. Some have demonstrated the need for educational input to better prepare nurses for spiritual care but none identify how this might be effectively achieved. Abstract Nurse educationalists have a poor record in preparing nurses adequately for providing spiritual care.
Teaching spirituality to student nurses
Nurses must be confident in assessing and implementing spiritual care. Active listening and effective communication will help gain an understanding of needs. Nursing Times; 29, early online publication. This second article in a two part series on spirituality considers ways of addressing spiritual needs and provides an overview of the principles of assessment and implementation. Part 1 explored definitions of spirituality, the difference between religion and spirituality and finding meaning in illness.
Pursuing nursing degree, in major fields of research, requires a number of important considerations when it comes to the dreaded course of your dissertation. Capstone goals center on the application of knowledge gained during nursing training programs, including topics related to leadership, management, research, theories, and evidence-based practice, along with the strategies needed to transition from students to baccalaureate-level nurses. Quantitative Research Proposal 1.