Summary: Counseling or comfort given by ministers, priests, rabbis, etc., to those in need of help with emotional problems or stressful situations.
Publications238 found, 100 shown here
- Should clinical pastoral education and professional chaplaincy become more scientific? It's a matter of saltJoe Baroody
Baroody Pastoral Counseling Center, 252 South Dargan Street, Florence, SC 29506, USA
J Health Care Chaplain 12:1-10. 2002....
- The deChristianization of Christian hospital chaplaincy: some bioethics reflections on professionalization, ecumenization, and secularizationH Tristram Engelhardt
Department of Philosophy, Rice University, 6100 South Main St, MS14, Houston, TX 77005, USA
Christ Bioeth 9:139-60. 2003..These changes are exemplar of the profound recasting of the dominant moral culture with wide-ranging implications for bioethics...
- Spirituality: the emperor's new clothes?Anthony Bash
Department of Humanities, University of Hull, Hull, UK
J Clin Nurs 13:11-6. 2004..This paper explores the concept of 'spirituality' with reference to the Patients' Charter that stipulates that a person's religious, spiritual and cultural needs should be respected at all times...
- Not well known, used little and needed: Canadian chaplains' experiences of published spiritual assessment toolsThomas St James O'Connor
Waterloo Lutheran Seminary, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada N2L 3C5
J Pastoral Care Counsel 59:97-107. 2005..Discussion, limitations of the research, and suggestions for education, practice, and future research are offered...
- A proposed diagnostic schema for religious/spiritual concernsWesley L Brun
Samaritan Counseling Center of Southeastern Michigan, 29887 West Eleven Mile Road, Farmington Hills, MI 48336, USA
J Pastoral Care Counsel 59:425-40; discussion 441-54. 2005..Several responses to the proposal are offered by colleagues in the pastoral arts and sciences...
- Curriculum for a Spiritual Pathway Project: integrating research methodology into pastoral care trainingPaul Derrickson
Department of Pastoral Services, Penn State Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, PA 17033, USA
J Health Care Chaplain 16:3-12. 2009..This paper describes the Spiritual Pathway Project, its evolution and contribution to the education of the next generation of Chaplains...
- Pastoral care, spirituality, and religion in palliative care journalsMaaike A Hermsen
Researcher in Palliative Care Ethics, University Medical Centre Nijmegen, Department of Ethics, Philosophy and History of Medicine, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Am J Hosp Palliat Care 21:353-6. 2004With the growth and development of palliative care, interest in pastoral care, spirituality, and religion also seems to be growing...
- Do pastoral care providers recognize nurses as spiritual care providers?Roberta Cavendish
New York City College of Technology, City University of New York, Brooklyn, NY, USA
Holist Nurs Pract 21:89-98. 2007This descriptive qualitative study was conducted to explicate pastoral care providers' perceptions of nurses as spiritual providers...
- The perceptions of Lutheran pastors toward prenatal genetic counseling and pastoral careJ Stuck
IU Department of Medical and Molecular Genetics, IU Genetic Counseling Program, Indianapolis, Indiana
J Genet Couns 10:251-63. 2001..A better understanding of how spiritual leaders view genetic counseling would provide an insight into how genetics and religious beliefs together play a significant role in shaping the decisions of those faced with abnormal pregnancies...
- U.K. Clergy and people in mental distress: community and patterns of pastoral careGerard Leavey
University College London, London, UK
Transcult Psychiatry 45:79-104. 2008..K. Christian, Muslim and Jewish clergy this article examines models of pastoral care provided within different faith groups...
- Involvement of Rabbinic and communal authorities in decision-making by haredi Jews in the UK with breast cancer: an interpretative phenomenological analysisKate Coleman-Brueckheimer
University College London, Department of Medicine, London W1W 7EJ, UK
Soc Sci Med 68:323-33. 2009..Rabbinic and communal figures may endorse therapeutic recommendations and make religious and cultural issues comprehensible to clinicians, and as such healthcare practitioners may benefit from this involvement...
- The effect of pastoral care services on anxiety, depression, hope, religious coping, and religious problem solving styles: a randomized controlled studyPaul S Bay
Chaplaincy and Pastoral Education, Clarian Health Partners, I 65 at 21st Street, P O Box 1367, Indianapolis, IN 46206 1367, USA
J Relig Health 47:57-69. 2008..Demographics were comparable between groups. Moderate chaplain visits (average total visits time, 44 min) may be effective in helping CABG patients increase positive religious coping and decrease negative religious coping...
- Factors affecting healthcare chaplaincy and the provision of pastoral care in the United StatesKevin J Flannelly
HealthCare Chaplaincy, 307 East 60th Street, New York, NY 10022, USA
J Pastoral Care Counsel 58:127-30. 2004
- Spiritual care needs of hospitalized children and their families: a national survey of pastoral care providers' perceptionsChris Feudtner
Division of General Pediatrics, Children s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104, USA
Pediatrics 111:e67-72. 2003..The objective of this study was to profile pastoral care providers' perceptions of the spiritual care needs of hospitalized children and their parents, barriers to ..
- Clinical pastoral education: a physician's experience and reflection on the meaning of spiritual care in palliative careYoko Tarumi
Division of Palliative Medicine, Department of Oncology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6L 5X8
J Pastoral Care Counsel 57:27-31. 2003..In this article a physician reflects on her experience as a chaplain intern and how this Clinical Pastoral Education experience led to a deeper understanding of spiritual care in the palliative setting...
- Addressing the spiritual & religious needs of persons with profound memory lossGeorgine L Buckwalter
Pastoral Care, The Episcopal Church Home, 2511 Cottonwood Drive, Louisville, KY 40242, USA
Home Healthc Nurse 21:20-4. 2003
- Demands for religious care in the Taiwanese health systemHuey Ming Tzeng
I Shou University, Nursing Department, No 1, Section 1, Kaohsiung County, Taiwan
Nurs Ethics 13:163-79. 2006..A survey of nursing executives showed differences between religious service provision in hospitals with and without a hospice ward. The practical implications for hospital management and nursing practice are discussed...
- Chaplaincy is becoming more "scientific." What's the problem?Larry Burton
Gobin Memorial United Methodist Church, 307 Simpson Street, P O Box 66, Greencastle, IN 46135, USA
J Health Care Chaplain 12:43-51. 2002..In so doing, it has not lost its soul or identity. It can use research results appropriately to promote the care that is at the heart of its identity...
- The challenge and heart of chaplaincy. Recent decades have brought a host of changes to the health care chaplain's roleMichele Le Doux Sakurai
National Association of Catholic Chaplains, Milwaukee, USA
Health Prog 84:26-8, 56. 2003
- Chaplaincy in EuropeStavros Kofinas
Office of the Coordinator of the European Network of Health Care Chaplaincy and Representative of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople, Greece
South Med J 99:671-4. 2006..Finally, special attention is given to how chaplaincy in Europe and the medical community interact and what is needed to bridge the gap between the two worlds of science and faith...
- Caring for patients of diverse religious traditions: CatholicismMary Curry Narayan
Visiting Nurse Service Network, 10340 Brittenford Drive, Vienna, VA 22182, USA
Home Healthc Nurse 24:183-6. 2006..Your patient is a Catholic, and you are not. How can you be sensitive to the patient's spiritual needs? How do Catholics think about health and illness? What kind of spiritual resources do they draw upon when facing a health crisis?..
- The spiritual journey of an organ transplant patientRobert W Shuford
Our Lady of the Resurrection Medical Center, 5645 W Addison Street, Chicago, IL 60634, USA
J Pastoral Care Counsel 57:191-6. 2003..The chaplain explicates the many complex factors that may characterize an organ transplant patient's recovery and the many persons--family members and hospital personnel--who can be impacted by such a journey...
- Spiritual assessment: developing an assessment toolJeanette Power
Nurs Older People 18:16-8. 2006..ways in which assessments can be undertaken, and questions whether one assessment tool can prove adequate in measuring the significance of spirituality in the lives of individuals, all of whom may interpret its meaning differently?..
- Chaplains, the hidden assetsRonald C Hamdy
South Med J 99:638. 2006
- Readers' responses and authors' replies to "healthcare and the hospital chaplain"Roberta Springer Loewy
MedGenMed 9:62. 2007
- Spirited approach. Interview by Stephen WrightJohn Swinton
Faculty for Health and Social Care, St Martin s College, Carlisle
Nurs Stand 20:24-5. 2006..It brings together people from the disciplines of nursing, medicine and divinity. It combines education, research and practice in spirituality and health...
- Room for GodStephen Wright
Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of Cumbria, Carlisle
Nurs Stand 22:24-5. 2008
- The spiritual state we're in: the role of parish nursingGeorge Castledine
Institute of Ageing and Health, Birmingham, and Sussex Health Care
Br J Nurs 17:803. 2008
- Chaplain contacts improve treatment outcomes in residential treatment programs for delinquent adolescentsEugene Hausmann
Holy Cross Children s Services, 8759 Clinton Macon Road, Clinton, MI 49236, USA
J Pastoral Care Counsel 58:215-24. 2004..Based on the findings, the author suggests that chaplain involvement in the behavioral treatment of delinquent adolescents improves outcomes and is cost effective...
- Spirituality in health: the role of spirituality in critical careChristina Puchalski
Department of Medicine, The George Washington University, 2131 K Street NW, 5th Floor, Washington, DC 20052, USA
Crit Care Clin 20:487-504, x. 2004..Spiritual beliefs can also impact how people cope with illness. By addressing spiritual issues of patients, loved ones, and ourselves, we can create more holistic and compassionate systems of care...
- The Florida Clergy End-of-Life Education Enhancement Project: a description and evaluationDavid Abrams
The Hospice Foundation of America, Miami, Florida, USA
Am J Hosp Palliat Care 22:181-7. 2005..The model presented here could easily be applied to local organizations such as hospices or denominational training...
- Developing a Buddhist approach to pastoral care: a peacemaker's viewMikel Monnett
Dept of Spiritual Care Services, Barnes Jewish Hospital at Washington University Medical Center, One Barnes Jewish Hospital Plaza, St Louis, MO 63110, USA
J Pastoral Care Counsel 59:57-61. 2005....
- The challenge of spiritual care in a multi-faith society experienced as a Christian nurseTonks N Fawcett
Nursing Studies, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
J Clin Nurs 13:136-42. 2004..However it is argued that we are still far from having a universal agreement as to what is meant by the concept of spirituality...
- Religious professionals and institutions: untapped resources for clinical careMary Lynn Dell
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, National Medical Center, George Washington University School of Medicine, 111 Michigan Avenue, Northwest, Washington, DC 20010, USA
Child Adolesc Psychiatr Clin N Am 13:85-110. 2004..Clinicians are well advised to familiarize themselves with the religious professionals, institutions, and resources in the geographic areas in which they practice...
- The chaplain as the complete philosopherOrlo C Strunk
J Health Care Chaplain 13:213-21. 2002....
- Addressing patients' emotional and spiritual needsPaul Alexander Clark
Department of Research Operations and Service, Press Ganey Associates, South Bend, Indiana, USA
Jt Comm J Qual Saf 29:659-70. 2003....
- Winning the lotteryYunus Dudhwala
Newham University Hospital NHS Trust, London
Nurs Manag (Harrow) 12:14-5. 2005
- An evidence base for a palliative care chaplaincy service in Northern IrelandW George Kernohan
Institute of Nursing Research and School of Nursing, University of Ulster, Newtonabbey, UK
Palliat Med 21:519-25. 2007..with the hospice chaplains were assessed by using a questionnaire survey and reviewing data recorded on their pastoral care notes. Findings suggest that the Standards were useful for assessing and addressing spiritual needs...
- The split professional identity of the chaplain as a spiritual caregiver in contemporary Dutch health care: are there implications for the United States?Hetty Zock
Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Groningen, Oude Boteringestraat 38, 9712 GK Groningen, The Netherlands
J Pastoral Care Counsel 62:137-9. 2008....
- Medicine and spirituality: a simple path to restore compassion in medicineMichael R McVay
Yankton Medical Clinic, Avera Sacred Heart Hospital, Yankton, SD, USA
S D J Med 55:487-91. 2002..Spirituality is defined and the spiritual history is explained. Research on the role of spirituality in health care is also reviewed. The role of the physician as a healer, attending to mind, body and spirit is encouraged...
- Clergy in crisis: when human power isn't enoughStephen Muse
D A and Elizabeth Turner Ministry Resource Center, Pastoral Institute, Inc, 2022 15th Avenue Columbus, GA 31901, USA
J Pastoral Care Counsel 61:183-95. 2007..He describes a short-term, multi-counselor, intensive intervention for clergy in crisis and offers two heuristic models designed to facilitate integration of the domains of clinical diagnosis and spiritual discernment...
- Clinicians' attitudes to spirituality in old age psychiatryRobert M Lawrence
Old Age Psychiatry Research Group, c o Neurodegeneration Unit, St George s, University of London London, UK
Int Psychogeriatr 19:962-73. 2007..The aim of this survey is to investigate professional attitudes to the presence and value of spiritual care from Old Age Psychiatrists...
- Readers' responses and authors' replies to "healthcare and the hospital chaplain"Shannon R Borchert
MedGenMed 9:62; author reply 62. 2007
- Hospital chaplaincy under the HIPAA Privacy Rule: health care or "just visiting the sick"?Stacey A Tovino
Health Law and Policy Institute, University of Houston Law Center, Houston, TX, USA
Indiana Health Law Rev 2:49-92. 2005
- Religious involvement, spirituality, and medicine: implications for clinical practiceP S Mueller
Division of General Internal Medicine, Department of Anesthesiology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn, 55905, USA
Mayo Clin Proc 76:1225-35. 2001..Furthermore, many sources of spiritual care (e.g., chaplains) are available to clinicians to address the spiritual needs of patients...
- Spirituality and secularization: nursing and the sociology of religionJohn Paley
Department of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, UK
J Clin Nurs 17:175-86. 2008..Here, I pose the following question: given this increasing secularization, what accounts for the current interest in spirituality among UK nurses?..
- Hospice and the politics of spiritualityKathleen Garces-Foley
Department of Philosophy, Theology, and Religious Studies, Marymount University, 2807 N Glebe Rd, Arlington, VA 22207 4299, USA
Omega (Westport) 53:117-36. 2006..The hospice literature is promoting spirituality to its own detriment by alienating potential patients and depriving religious patients of the resources that religious traditions and their affiliated religious communities have to offer...
- Aspects of spirituality concerning illnessRené van Leeuwen
Health Department Ed, Christian University Ede, Ede, Netherlands
Scand J Caring Sci 21:482-9. 2007..Follow up research should aim at further exploration of spiritual aspects in care, the relationship between spirituality and health and at effective training of caregivers...
- Meeting spiritual needs: what is an oncologist to do?Betty Ferrell
J Clin Oncol 25:467-8. 2007
- Readers' responses and authors' replies to "healthcare and the hospital chaplain"Simon J Craddock Lee
MedGenMed 9:62; author reply 62. 2007
- A systematic review of religion and spirituality in three palliative care journals, 1990-1999Kevin J Flannelly
HealthCare Chaplaincy, New York, New York, USA
J Palliat Care 20:50-6. 2004
- Healthcare and the hospital chaplainRoberta Springer Loewy
Bioethics Program, University of California, Davis, USA
MedGenMed 9:53. 2007....
- Spiritual and religious experiences of adolescent psychiatric inpatients versus healthy peersDaniel H Grossoehme
Cincinnati Children s Hospital College Hill Campus, 5642 Hamilton Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45224, USA
J Pastoral Care Counsel 61:197-204. 2007..It was concluded that the INSPIRIT is a feasible spiritual assessment tool for adolescent populations and may be used by chaplains as a means for guiding clinical conversations with adolescents...
- Spirituality in palliative care: what language do we need? Learning from pastoral careMarjory Byrne
The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice, Glasgow, UK
Int J Palliat Nurs 13:118-24. 2007..It looks at the language of pastoral care, its place in palliative settings and how it is regarded by patients and carers...
- Spiritual care and ageing in a secular societyElizabeth B MacKinlay
School of Theology, Charles Sturt University, Barton, ACT
Med J Aust 186:S74-6. 2007..A model of spiritual tasks in older age can help explain the spiritual dimension and provide a starting point for spiritual assessment...
- Addressing spirituality in pediatric hospice and palliative careBetty Davies
Department of Family Health Care Nursing, School of Nursing, University of California, San Francisco, California, USA
J Palliat Care 18:59-67. 2002..The purpose of this paper is to share the results of this committee's work and, in particular, to present their guidelines for addressing spiritual issues in children and families in pediatric hospice and palliative care...
- Collaborating with chaplains to meet spiritual needsEmily McClung
College of Nursing, Kent State University, Kent, OH, USA
Medsurg Nurs 15:147-56. 2006..By collaborating with chaplains, nurses can help develop an organizational infrastructure capable of timely responsiveness to patients' spiritual needs...
- Older adults with Alzheimer's disease in a faith communityCatherine J Tompkins
Social Work Department, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA 22030, USA
J Psychosoc Nurs Ment Health Serv 46:22-5. 2008....
- Developing an adequate "pneumatraumatology": understanding the spiritual impacts of traumatic injuryDuane R Bidwell
Pastoral Care and Training Center, Brite Divinity School, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX 76129, USA
J Pastoral Care Counsel 56:135-43. 2002..It also suggests possible responses to these impacts informed by narrative/constructionist perspectives and Breggemann's understanding of the dimensions of spiritual transformation in the Hebrew Bible...
- Disability, spiritual beliefs and the church: the experiences of adults with disabilities and family membersLinda L Treloar
Scottsdale Community College, Scottsdale, Arizona 85256, USA
J Adv Nurs 40:594-603. 2002..Applications are drawn for helping professionals and religious leaders who provide holistic care...
- Prevalence and patterns of physician referral to clergy and pastoral care providersT P Daaleman
Department of Family Medicine, University of Kansas Medical Center School of Medicine, Kansas City 66160 7370, USA
Arch Fam Med 7:548-53. 1998..A potential resource for generalists is specialty consultation and referral services, although little is known about the prevalence and patterns of involvement of clergy or pastoral professionals in patient care...
- AMEE Guide No. 27: Effective educational and clinical supervisionSue Kilminster
University of Leeds, UK
Med Teach 29:2-19. 2007..5) Supervision should include clinical management; teaching and research; management and administration; pastoral care; interpersonal skills; personal development; reflection; (6) The quality of the supervisory relationship ..
- Creative models of spiritual care. As healthcare delivery changes, pastoral care departments must explore alternative staffing approachesC Ceronsky
Fairview Riverside Medical Center, Minneapolis
Health Prog 74:58-61. 1993Recognizing changes are coming to the healthcare delivery system, pastoral care departments are developing a new vision of spiritual care...
- Religious care required for Japanese terminally ill patients with cancer from the perspective of bereaved family membersTakuya Okamoto
Palliative Care Unit, Toya Onsen Hospital, Abuta Gun, Hokkaido, Japan
Am J Hosp Palliat Care 27:50-4. 2010..Freedom of choice of kinds for religious care,'' ''Staff involvement of religious care,'' ''Meeting with a pastoral care workers,'' and ''Burden of offering a different kind of personal religion...
- Liberation psychological implications for pastoral care of Korean military wivesBocheol Chang
Counseling Center, Washington Baptist University, Annandale, VA, USA
J Pastoral Care Counsel 64:5.1-7. 2010....
- Prayer as therapeutic process toward transforming destructiveness within a spiritual direction relationshipKaren L Kuchan
Alive at Center, 444 South Marengo Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91101, USA
J Relig Health 50:120-31. 2011..Kuchan, Presence Int J Spiritual Dir 12(4):22-34, 2006; J Religion Health 47(2):263-275, 2008; J Pastoral Care Counsel, forthcoming) of what might be occurring during a prayer practice that creates space within a ..
- Terminal withdrawal of mechanical ventilation at a long-term acute care hospital: comparison with a medical ICUAlexander C White
Department of Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine, Rose Kalman Research Center, New England Sinai Hospital, Stoughton, MA 02072, USA
Chest 136:465-70. 2009..We compared terminal withdrawal of MV at an LTACH with that in a medical ICU (MICU)...
- Provision of spiritual care to patients with advanced cancer: associations with medical care and quality of life near deathTracy Anne Balboni
Departments of Psycho Oncology and Palliative Care, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA 01225, USA
J Clin Oncol 28:445-52. 2010..To determine whether spiritual care from the medical team impacts medical care received and quality of life (QoL) at the end of life (EoL) and to examine these relationships according to patient religious coping...
- [Pastoral psychology--Freud's forgotten child? The reception of psychoanalysis in pastoral care and counseling]Isabelle Noth
Theologische Fakultät der Universität Bern, Institut für Praktische Theologie, Länggassstrasse 51, Unitobler, CH 3000 Bern 9
Luzif Amor 23:134-47. 2010..The author broadly sketches significant stages of the reception of psychoanalysis in pastoral care and counseling, highlighting in particular the historical importance of Oskar Pfister and, half a century ..
- Inner night and inner light: a Quaker model of pastoral care for the mentally illJanelle Stanley
Union Theological Seminary, 3041 Broadway, Box 70, New York City, NY 10027, USA
J Relig Health 49:547-59. 2010..that motivated Quakers in institutional reform work continue to influence uniquely Quaker approaches to pastoral care for the mentally ill today...
- [Is pastoral care psychotherapy?]A Mettnitzer
Wien Med Wochenschr 149:337-41. 1999..4. Taking into consideration the dimension of the subconscious in pastoral duty as well, human decisions and activity can be understood much better...
- Clinical attachments: fond farewell or new beginning? A survey of the attitudes and practice of medical consultants and international medical graduatesSudhir Wawdhane
Department of Medicine, Darlington Memorial Hospital, Darlington, Co Durham, UK
Postgrad Med J 83:196-9. 2007..To analyse the experience of clinical attachment (CA) of international medical graduates (IMGs) and consultants...
- The use of dreams in spiritual careSusan Stranahan
Shell Point Retirement Community, Fort Myers, Florida 33908, USA
J Health Care Chaplain 17:87-94. 2011This paper explores the use of dreams in the context of pastoral care. Although many people dream and consider their dreams to hold some significant spiritual meaning, spiritual care providers have been reluctant to incorporate patients' ..
- Science and ministry: confusion and realityGeorge F Handzo
Clinical Services, HealthCare Chaplaincy, 307 East 70th Street, New York, NY 10022, USA
J Health Care Chaplain 12:73-9. 2002The professional pastoral care community generates a great deal of heat but precious little light during its debate about the use of scientific process in the practice of ministry...
- Ethics committeesD Sacchini
Institute of Bioethics, A Gemelli School of Medicine, Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Rome, Italy
Clin Ter 161:281-3. 2010..standing committees with multidisciplinary representation, including medicine, nursing, social work, law, pastoral care, healthcare administration, and other different expertises...
- Should palliative care be a necessity or a luxury during an overwhelming health catastrophe?Philip M Rosoff
Duke University Hospital, Durham, North Carolina, USA
J Clin Ethics 21:312-20. 2010..be doctors but could (and should) include people from a range of backgrounds including nursing, allied health, pastoral care, and social work...
- Faith-to-faith at the bedside: theological and ethical issues in ecumenical clinical chaplaincyBrad F Mellon
Chaplain Services, Frederick Mennonite Community, P O Box 498, Frederick, PA 19435 0498, USA
Christ Bioeth 9:57-67. 2003..In order to offer the best pastoral care possible, the chaplain should first possess a set of personal theological convictions as a foundation for ..
- Health care reform: opportunities for professional chaplains to build intentional communities of learners by integrating faith, science, quality, and systems thinkingBartholomew Rodrigues
Providence Health System, Medford, OR 97504 6225, USA
J Health Care Chaplain 13:195-211. 2002..b>Pastoral care givers must truly understand the pressures from all sides and the new emerging paradigm of integrated health ..
- Rural African American clergy: an exploration of their attitudes and knowledge of Alzheimer's diseaseKim L Stansbury
School of Social Work, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Washington 99004, USA
J Gerontol Soc Work 53:352-65. 2010..Although few had direct experience with providing pastoral care to elders with AD, all clergy were literate and aware of the need for additional training...
- Nursing body and soul in the parish: Lutheran deaconess motherhouses in Germany and the United StatesSusanne Kreutzer
Department for Humanities Nursing Science, University of Osnabruck, Berlin, Germany
Nurs Hist Rev 18:134-50. 2010..mothers of the parish" they were charged with a wide spectrum of tasks, including nursing, social service, and pastoral care. At the center of the Christian understanding of nursing was the idea of nursing body and soul as a unity...
- Using a modification of the classic Drama Triangle to enhance pastoral careC Hasty
Department of Pastoral Care and Education, Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, NC 28232 2861, USA
J Pastoral Care 55:147-57. 2001..Attempts to join this conceptual model to a theological understanding of persons to deepen self-examination, ground pastoral identity, and enhance pastoral competence...
- Pastoral hermeneutics and the challenge of a global economy: care to the living human WebD J Louw
Department of Practical Theology and Missiology, Faculty of Theology, University of Stellenbosch, Dorp Street 171, Stellenbosch, 7600 South Africa
J Pastoral Care Counsel 56:339-50. 2002..He explores the influence of telecommunications on the human quest for meaning and the implication of this for pastoral care and counseling. A paradigm shift is proposed in terms of care to the living human web...
- Practicing discernment: pastoral care in crisis situationsScott D Landes
North Florida Regional Medical Center, Gainesville, FL, USA
J Pastoral Care Counsel 64:4.1-8. 2010This article correlates a particular experience of providing pastoral care for a person in a crisis situation with a particular understanding of the practice of pastoral care...
- Existential and spiritual needs in mental health care: an ethical and holistic perspectiveTiburtius Koslander
Ansgar Theological Seminary, No Teologiske Högskole, Kristiansand, Norway
J Holist Nurs 27:34-42. 2009..whereas the term spiritual needs is defined as the need of deliverance from despair, guilt and/or sin, and of pastoral care. It discusses whether or not patients' needs are holistically addressed in Western health care systems that ..
- Research or perish?Margot Hover
Barnes Jewish Hospital, St Louis, MO 63111, USA
J Health Care Chaplain 12:91-7. 2002The opportunity for sound pastoral care research is not served by the "all or nothing" approach...
- Defining pastoral care for older people in residential careLesley Wilkes
Family and Community Health Research Group FaCH, Clinical Nursing Research Unit, Nepean Hospital, Sydney, NSW, Australia
Contemp Nurse 37:213-21. 2011The concept and definition of pastoral care in aged care remains ambiguous...
- Broken bodies, healing spirits: road trauma survivor's perceptions of pastoral care during inpatient orthopaedic rehabilitationAndy Calder
Uniting Church in Australia, Commission for Mission, Melbourne, Australia
Disabil Rehabil 33:1358-66. 2011..an Australian study that explored road trauma survivors' perceptions of spirituality and of a hospital-based pastoral care service throughout their inpatient rehabilitation. All participants had experienced severe orthopaedic injury.
- She said, "some patient needs get dropped due to more pressing issues"Dick Millspaugh
Chaplaincy Services, Boone Hospital Center, Columbia, MO, USA
J Health Care Chaplain 13:165-70. 2002The engagement of the social sciences by pastoral care and education will not turn chaplains or supervisors into social scientists...
- The Pastoral Pool: an evaluation of a new system of pastoral care provisionMelissa M Sayer
Academic Unit of Dental and Medical Education, St Bartholomew s and the Royal London School of Medicine and Dentistry, London, UK
Med Educ 36:651-8. 2002..b>Pastoral care is now provided by a group of willing staff members known to have an interest in student welfare...
- Palliative care services in families of males with Duchenne muscular dystrophyRebeca Arias
Department of Pediatrics and the Steele Research Center, University of Arizona, 1501 North Campbell Avenue, P O Box 245073, Tucson, Arizona 85724, USA
Muscle Nerve 44:93-101. 2011..Palliative care services that address physical pain and emotional, psychosocial, and spiritual needs may benefit individuals with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD)...
- Using The Discipline for integrative ministry formationF L Smoot
Emory Clergy Care, 3700 Crestwood Parkway, Suite 270, Atlanta, GA 30096, USA
J Health Care Chaplain 11:159-67. 2001..Participants have learned the basics of planned pastoral care delivery, family and congregational systems thinking and self-supervision...
- The provision of hospital chaplaincy in the United States: a national overviewWendy Cadge
Department of Sociology, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA 02454 9110, USA
South Med J 101:626-30. 2008..This study examines the presence or absence of chaplaincy or pastoral care services in hospitals using the American Hospital Association Annual Survey of Hospitals (ranging from 4,946-6,..
- Attention to the scientific benefits of pastoral care is a blessing and a curse- Reverend Jo Clare Wilson
HealthCare Chaplaincy, Inc, Griffin Hospital, Derby, CT 06418, USA
J Health Care Chaplain 13:237-44. 2002The art of pastoral care may be difficult to describe but we know that the ability to measure and describe the process of becoming a clinically trained, professional pastoral care provider is possible...
- Clinical pastoral education for laityE E Liddell
Memorial Medical Center, Springfield, IL 62781
J Health Care Chaplain 3:53-63. 1990..Both of these factors have influenced the role pastoral care plays as a member of the health care team if patients and families are to receive holistic care...
- A three-year study of chaplains' professional activities at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York cityKevin J Flannelly
The HealthCare Chaplaincy, New York, New York 10022, USA
Psychooncology 12:760-8. 2003..e. patient status). Visit duration also varied by patient status, with pre-operative visits being significantly shorter than post-operative or treatment visits...
- Re-discovery of silence in pastoral careShuji Moriichi
Cerenity Care Center Bethesda of South St Paul, 724 19th Ave, N, South St Paul, MN 55075, USA
J Pastoral Care Counsel 63:3-1-6. 2009b>Pastoral care within the greater American cultural milieu strongly appraises the use of spoken words and tends to undervalue silence as a powerful and creative element for mutual connection with others and with God...
- Clinical pastoral education as professional training: some entrance, curriculum and assessment implicationsN Keith Little
J Pastoral Care Counsel 64:5.1-8. 2010Clinical Pastoral Education is professional training for pastoral care. This paper compares CPE against the professional training model...
- Collaborative communication in pediatric palliative care: a foundation for problem-solving and decision-makingChris Feudtner
Division of General Pediatrics and the Pediatric Advanced Care Team, Children s Hospital of Philadelphia North, 3535 Market Street, Room 1523, Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA
Pediatr Clin North Am 54:583-607, ix. 2007..an ideal world, all of us - patients, parents, family members, nurses, physicians, social workers, therapists, pastoral care workers, and others - would always work together in a collaborative manner to provide the best care possible...
- Rural nonphysician providers' perspectives on palliative care services in northwestern Ontario, CanadaMary Lou Kelley
Lakehead University, School of Social Work, 955 Oliver Rd, Thunder Bay, ON, Canada
J Rural Health 19:55-62. 2003..Questionnaires were sent to 156 nurses, homemakers, social workers, and pastoral care workers who care for terminally ill persons and their families, and 122 were completed and returned (response ..
- Family care giving for patients at life's end: report from the cultural variations study (CVAS)Etienne Phipps
Albert Einstein Healthcare Network, Center for Urban Health Policy and Research, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144, USA
Palliat Support Care 1:165-70. 2003....
- Lung cancer. Practice organizationW Michael Alberts
H Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute, 12902 Magnolia Drive, Tampa, FL 33612, USA
Chest 123:332S-337S. 2003..Valuable contributions to care also come from nursing, social work, psychology, psychiatry, pastoral care, and palliative care, among others. As a result, multidisciplinary input into care is vital...
- SUICIDE RISK AND PROTECTIVE FACTORS IN BLACK ADOLESCENTSSHERRY MOLOCK; Fiscal Year: 2005..This information will be used to develop future research that is designed to develop community-based interventions in African American churches to ameliorate the growing rate of suicidal behaviors in the African American community. ..
- ADOLESCENT MEDICINE HIV/AIDS RESEARCH NETWORKLisa Henry Reid; Fiscal Year: 2000..housing, nutrition, home care, hospice and bereavement support; on-site child-care, support groups, pastoral care, legal assistance and chemical dependency programs. 4...
- Predicting Pediatric Risk of Death After HospitalizationJOHN FEUDTNER; Fiscal Year: 2005..With this innovative mortality risk prediction system in hand, we postulate that P-EOL-B and pastoral care teams in hospitals and health care programs would be able to identify individual patients or classes of ..
- American Psychosocial Oncology Society 4th Annual ConferenceRuth McCorkle; Fiscal Year: 2007..an estimated 400 representatives from the fields of oncology, psychiatry, psychology, social work, nursing, pastoral care, counseling, therapy and patient advocacy can share the latest information on ways to improve cancer survivors&..
- The Role of Daily Spirituality in the Disease ProcessGeorge Fitchett; Fiscal Year: 2006..abstract_text> ..
- PREDICTING DEPRESSION OUTCOMES IN MEDICALLY ILL ELDERSHarold Koenig; Fiscal Year: 2003..It will also provide important information to both guide future clinical trials and identify barriers to effective treatment of depression in these patients. ..
- Decisionmaking in Pediatric Palliative CareJOHN FEUDTNER; Fiscal Year: 2007..unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Relaxation response with acupuncture for HIV patientsBei Hung Chang; Fiscal Year: 2004....
- MINORITY PRE-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMMARLYN HUDSON; Fiscal Year: 2006..Ms. Hudson plans to select a specific dissertation topic and develop her research proposal during the second year in the doctoral program. ..
- The Role of Churches in Cancer Prevention and Control among Korean AmericansANGELA JO; Fiscal Year: 2007..This award will provide a foundation for Dr. Jo to develop a participatory research program addressing cancer disparities in the underserved with an initial focus on Korean Americans. [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Dignity Intervention for Terminally Ill Cancer PatientsHarvey Chochinov; Fiscal Year: 2007..abstract_text> ..
- Ethnicity and the Diagnosis of Affective IllnessHarold Neighbors; Fiscal Year: 2008..The final objective is to determine whether Latinos are at risk for similar problems in diagnostic assessments and treatment assignment. ..
- Patient and family participation in hospice team meetingDebra Parker Oliver; Fiscal Year: 2007..The results of this study will provide preliminary data for a larger multi-phase, multi-site follow-up project. [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS IN MENTAL HEALTH & ILLNESSHarold Neighbors; Fiscal Year: 2006..g., social support, personal competence), and the actual process of coping and adaptation. Trainees who complete the Program are prepared for research careers in the government, private or academic sectors. ..
- Challenging Life Events in Older PersonsTIMOTHY DAALEMAN; Fiscal Year: 2005..e. social support, mental health status. Secondary aims include learning how a baseline measure of patient spirituality predicts future death attitudes and discussions of advance care planning. ..
- THE MICHIGAN BRIDGE TO THE DOCTORATE PROGRAMHarold Neighbors; Fiscal Year: 2004..abstract_text> ..
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- Improving Decision-Making about Feeding Options for Dementia PatientsLaura Hanson; Fiscal Year: 2009..If successful, this intervention will demonstrate a methodology with broader application to decision-making in dementia care. ..