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a cause of distress or anxiety

careful forethought to avoid harm or risk

the function of watching, guarding, or overseeing

the systematic application of remedies to effect a cure

to have an objection

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care for: to have the care and supervision of

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judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger

an anxious feeling

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a cause for feeling concern

attention and management implying responsibility for safety

prefer or wish to do something

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be concerned with

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She started her career in spiritual care as the palliative care chaplain in Glasgow's old Beatson Oncology Centre in 2003 and has worked with the Marie Curie hospices in Glasgow and Newcastle and other independent hospices in England until she returned to the NHS when she worked for NHS Shetland and NHS Orkney in 2015.
While New Zealand is seen as an increasingly secular country, the arrival of immigrants with different spiritual needs adds to the complexity of spiritual care health professionals must address.
All of the nurses are prepared to offer care to anyone, regardless of denomination or faith, and although spiritual care is integral to the practice, I did not witness any attempt to proselytise.
Keywords: Spiritual care, spirituality, lived-experiences, Filipino nurses
However, nursing students from a traditional program, an RN-BSN program, and a graduate nurse practitioner program voiced discomfort with providing such spiritual care.
Sawatsky and Pesut (2005) defined spiritual care as an intuitive, inter-personal, altruistic and integral expression of the patient's reality which is dependent on the nurse's awareness of life's transcendental aspect (Sawatsky and Pesut 2005).
I'm looking forward to both maintaining and expanding the high quality of pastoral and spiritual care across the whole airport community, in what is a busy and diverse setting.
The spiritual care professional in the CICU and CVICU was the project lead and the clinical educators from the ICUs were team leaders of the three main components.
Because the condition of a patient's spirit influences other aspects of his or her health care, spiritual care is a concern to nurses.
CEO and founder of Five Point Consulting and national speaker, educator, write, and lectured for over 25 years, currently is a part of the Spiritual Care Department at Hazelden Foundation.
The archdiocese has reached out to the mother and children to provide spiritual care as well as funding to assist the children with college costs.
Involving family members and/or spiritual care professionals (eg, chaplains and clergy) can be especially helpful when making this differentiation.
Within this grid, their goal is to ask "concrete questions" in order to uncover the "richness and diversity" of women's spiritual care giving through the ages, as well as to "distill relevant applications" for the contemporary practice of the same (pp.
The Oncology Nursing Society sponsors a website for nurses seeking guidelines for the spiritual care of their clients.
I visit patients to offer pastoral and spiritual care.