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Oxford Textbook of Spirituality in Healthcare

Author: Mark Cobb; Christina M Puchalski; Bruce Rumbold
Publisher: Oxford : OUP Oxford, 2012.
Series: Oxford textbooks in public health.
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The relationship between spirituality and healthcare is historical, intellectual and practical, and it has now emerged as a significant field in health research, healthcare policy and clinical practice and training. Understanding health and wellbeing requires addressing spiritual and existential issues, and healthcare is therefore challenged to respond to the ways spirituality is experienced and expressed in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Cobb, Mark
Oxford Textbook of Spirituality in Healthcare
Oxford : OUP Oxford,c2012
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Cobb; Christina M Puchalski; Bruce Rumbold
ISBN: 9780191502187 0191502189
OCLC Number: 867929609
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
Description: 1 online resource (518 p.)
Contents: Cover; Foreword; Preface; Contents; List of contributors; SECTION I: Traditions; 1. Medicine and religion: a historical perspective; 2. Buddhism: perspectives for the contemporary world; 3. Chinese religion: Taoism; 4. Christianity; 5. Feminist spirituality; 6. Indian religion and the Ayurvedic tradition; 7. The western humanist tradition; 8. Indigenous spiritualties; 9. Islam; 10. Judaism; 11. 'New Age' spirituality; 12. Philosophy; 13. Secularism; 14. Sikhism; SECTION II: Concepts; 15. Healthcare spirituality: a question of knowledge; 16. Personhood; 17. Belief; 18. Hope; 19. Meaning making 20. Compassion: luxury or necessity?21. Dignity: a novel path into the spiritual landscape of the human heart; 22. Cure and healing; 23. Suffering; 24. Ritual; 25. Culture and religion; SECTION III: Practice; 26. Models of spiritual care; 27. Healthcare chaplaincy; 28. Complementary, alternative, and integrative medicine; 29. Restorative medicine; 30. Nursing; 31. Faith community (parish) nursing; 32. Psychiatry and mental health treatment; 33. Social work; 34. Care of children; 35. Care of elderly people; 36. Palliative care; 37. Spirituality and the arts: discovering what really matters 38. Care of the soul39. Counselling; 40. Dignity conserving care: research evidence; 41. Pastoral theology in healthcare settings: blessed irritant for holistic human care; 42. Next steps for spiritual assessment in healthcare; SECTION IV: Research; 43. Methodology; 44. Measures; 45. On the links between religion and health: what has empirical research taught us?; 46. Quality of life; 47. Cognitive sciences: a perspective on spirituality and religious experience; 48. Spiritual Well-Being Scale: mental and physical health relationships; 49. Prayer and meditation; 50. Resiliency and coping 51. Spiritual experience, practice, and communitySECTION V: Policy and Education; 52. Policy; 53. Healthcare organizations: corporate spirituality; 54. Utility and commissioning of spiritual carers; 55. Social care; 56. Curriculum development, courses, and CPE; Part I: Curriculum development in spirituality and health in the health professions; Part II: Clinical Pastoral Education; 57. Competences in spiritual care education and training; 58. Guidance from the humanities for professional formation; 59. Training and formation: a case study; 60. Interdisciplinary teamwork 61. Ethical principles for spiritual careSECTION VI: Challenges; 62. Contemporary spirituality; 63. The future of religion; 64. The future of spirituality and healthcare; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; Q; R; S; T; U; V; W; Y; Z
Series Title: Oxford textbooks in public health.

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The relationship between spirituality and healthcare is historical, intellectual and practical, and it has now emerged as a significant field in health research, healthcare policy and clinical practice and training. Understanding health and wellbeing requires addressing spiritual and existential issues, and healthcare is therefore challenged to respond to the ways spirituality is experienced and expressed in illness, suffering, healing and loss. If healthcare has compassionateregard for the humanity of those it serves it is faced with questions about how it understands and interprets spiritual.

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