Barnum, B. S. (1998). Nursing theory. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott-Raven Publishers. In chapter 9, Barnum discusses "spirituality and ethics in nursing theory".
Spirituality, Religion, and Health An EmergingResearch Field WilliamR. Miller University of New Mexico CarlE. Thoresen Stanford University The investigation of spiritual/religious factors in health is clearly warranted and clinically relevant.
Spirituality and Religion among Hispanics Age 40+ EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The growth of the Hispanic population has introduced a new element into the way that religion is practiced in the United States.
1514 Am J Psychiatry 165:12, December 2008 Commentary ajp.psychiatryonline.org Spirituality, Evidence-Based Medicine, and Alcoholics Anonymous S pirituality is defined by those deeply felt beliefs that give meaning to a person's life.
What Is Spirituality? Memetics, Quantum Mechanics, and the Spiral of Spirituality By Caleb Rosado, Ph.D. Chair, Department of Urban Studies, Leadership and Development Campolo School for Social Change Eastern University/Philadelphia Written August 13, 2000 Last Revised January 30, 2003 Website ...
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Spirituality in Higher Education Newsletter June 2008 Volume 4, Issue 3 Page 1 VOLUME 4, ISSUE 3 JUNE 2008 Spirituality, Ethics, and Leadership By Walter Earl Fluker Known as an expert in the theory and practice of ethical leadership, Fluker explores the inner core of our social lives as leaders ...
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Featured CMETopic: Spirituality Religion, Spirituality, and Medicine: Research Findings and Implications for Clinical Practice HaroldG. Koenig, MD Abstract: A growing body of scientific research suggests connec-tionsbetween religion, spirituality, and both mental and physical health.
1 Spirituality, Loss and Grieving Nurse Caring Concepts 1A Week 16, December 1, 2003 Definitions •Religion: organized system of beliefs concerning cause, nature & purpose of universe, especially belief in worship of God.