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  1. core of a persons being that includes feelings, thoughts, purpose, and meaning to a persons life
  2. state of being or existance above and beyond the limits of material experience
  3. in order to provide care that is respectful of beliefs and values what must th enurse be able to do
    take his/her personal beliefs and values into consideration. have a clear understanding of personal principles and convictions
  4. what does spiritual care require
    comfort level, conscientious thought, personal reflection
  5. who does spirituality apply to
    all persons
  6. a confident belief in the truth, value, or trustworthiness of a person, idea, or thing
  7. a human beings communication with spiritual and devine entities
  8. a system of organized beliefs, rituals, and practices with which a person identifies and wishes to be associated
  9. an activity that brings th emind and spirit in focus on the present
  10. principal, standards, or qualities considered worthwhile or desirable
  11. where and how are values learned and formed
    learned from the parents and formed over a lifetime
  12. personal values help a person do what?
    determine a persons choice
  13. joint commission recommends healthcare organizations do what?
    acknowledge patients rights to spiritual care and provide pastoral care
  14. _____'s code of ethics clearly states the ethical responsibility for providing spiritual care (does not mena nurses condone, but respects Pt. as a person)
    american nurses association
  15. disruption in the life principle that pervades a person's entire being and that integrates and transcends one biological and psychosocial nature
    spiritual distress
  16. troubled, fragmented or disintegrated spirit is also known as
    spiritual distress
  17. defingin characteristics of spiritual distress stem from what?
    objective and subjective data
  18. what must a nurse do when suspecting a client is going through spiritual distress
    provide quiet adn uninterrupted time
  19. what are some defining characteristics of spiritual distress
    • lack of:
    • acceptance
    • hope
    • courage
    • love
    • meaning of life
    • purpose of life
    • serenity
  20. to look forward to with confidence or expectation
  21. is religion necessary for spirituality?
  22. true or false

    spirituality is closely related to health
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