Fb2 Spirituality In Nursing: Standing On Holy Ground (O'Brien, Spirituality Iin Nursing) ePub
by Mary Elizabeth O'Brien
|Category:||Medicine and Health Sciences|
|Author:||Mary Elizabeth O'Brien|
|Publisher:||Jones & Bartlett Learning; 3rd Edition edition (April 26, 2007)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1840 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1668 kb|
|Digital formats:||doc mobi lrf doc|
Therefore, the book, spirituality in nursing appeared at an optimal time. O'Brien discusses the nurse's spiritual posture as standing on holy ground.
Therefore, the book, spirituality in nursing appeared at an optimal time. It explores the relationship between spirituality and nursing practice. Therefore it is a must reading for all nurses who provide holistic nursing care. This book is an excellent resource for nursing in any setting and it covers spiritual care across the life span. This book also utilizes the spiritual care experiences of nurses. In this story, God spoke to Moses from the middle of the burning bush. Where Moses stood was declared by God to be holy ground.
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Start reading Spirituality in Nursing (O'Brien, Spirituality in Nursing) on your Kindle in under a minute. However, the book itself is only okay. It was required reading for my Spirituality in nursing class, and honestly I was a bit disappointed. The book is mostly case studies, and has very little in actual nursing interventions and direct advice. It is more so a collection of nursing articles composed into a text book with 90% of the content in APA quotations, and very little original thought. One person found this helpful.
O'Brien, Mary Elizabeth. Nursing - Religious aspects - Christianity. Nurse-Patient Relations. This book "is a unique resource that examines the relationship between spirituality and nursing. Nursing - Moral and ethical aspects. Key topics include the role of spirituality in the nurse-patient relationship ; the diverse spiritual needs of patients and the assessment of those needs by nurses ; and the significance of spirituality in the history of nursing.
Spirituality in Nursing:. has been added to your Cart. I was so impressed, I began using her book as the basis for my Master's Thesis.
Because holistic nurses focus on the interconnectedness of the patient with his or her world, it often leads the nurse to have a. .Holistic Anatomy: An Integrative Guide to the Human Body.
Because holistic nurses focus on the interconnectedness of the patient with his or her world, it often leads the nurse to have a deeper understanding of that interconnectedness, as well as the nurse’s interconnectedness with his or her own world. The nurse can then use that understanding and awareness to better care for the patient.
This book offers an insightful model for spiritual care nursing.
O'Brien, Mary Elizabeth Spirituality in Nursing: Standing on Holy Ground (O'Brien, Spirituality in Nursing). ISBN 13: 9781449694678. Spirituality in Nursing: Standing on Holy Ground (O'Brien, Spirituality in Nursing). O'Brien, Mary Elizabeth.