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Flashcards in Spiritual Health Deck (23):
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religion ≠

spiritually

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Why is spirituality in healthcare important?

Coping, Beliefs, Decisions

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Teachable moments

Find meaning in the midst of suffering

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Compassion =

“to suffer with” Com (with) passion (suffering)

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Holistic Care

Caring for the whole person

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Spirituality

unique to each person, depends on culture, life experiences, beliefs and ideas about life

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Faith

relationship with a higher power; incorporates reasoning and trusting.

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Religion

outward expressions of spirituality

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Hope

a determination to endure; comfort in times of threats and challenges; something to live for

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Acute Illness

sudden, unexpected threat

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Chronic Illness

debilitating symptoms

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Terminal Illness

fear of pain, isolation, death

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Near-Death Experience

recovered from clinical death; afraid to talk about experience

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Spiritual Assessment

JAREL spiritual well-being scale; Culture (heritage, values, beliefs); Fellowship and community (relationships); Vocation (routines, work, play, etc.); Ritual and practice (participation; activities); Client expectations (Ask what is most important to the patient - “what do you hope we will be able to do for you?”)

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Nursing Diagnosis

Spiritual distress; Fear; Hopelessness; Ineffective coping; Anxiety; Dysfunctional grieving

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Goals and Outcomes

realistic, set with client

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Setting Priorities

relieve symptoms

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Continuity of Care

involve support network

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Planning

goals and outcomes, setting priorities, continuity of care

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Number 1. Implementation

Establishing presence

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Implementations

Establishing presence Supporting a healing relationship; Support systems; Diet therapies; Supporting rituals; Prayer; Meditation; Supporting grief work

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Evaluation of Client Care

Sense of connectedness ; Sense of purpose; Trust in a higher power

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Evaluation of Client Expectations

Is trust & confidence portrayed? Are spiritual needs openly expressed?