Care offered for staff Mondays Mindfulness yoga 9 10 Reiki from the Heart 1030

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Care offered for staff – Mondays: * Mindfulness yoga 9-10 * Reiki from the Heart 10:30 -1:30 (In the Patient Resource Center assembly room.) In-services for your unit.
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Spirituality Chapter 41 Regina Donovan Twigg, DNP, RN
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Learning Outcomes 1.Define the concepts of spirituality and religion as they relate to nursing and health care. 2.Identify characteristics of spiritual health and factors 3.Identify factors associated with spiritual distress and manifestations of it. 4.Describe the spiritual development of the individual across the life span. 5. Assess the spiritual needs of clients and plan nursing care to assist clients with spiritual needs. 6.Describe nursing interventions to support clients’ spiritual beliefs and religious practices. 7. Identifydesired outcomes for evaluating the client’s spiritual health
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Spirituality Refers to the part of being human that seeks meaningfulness through intra, inter and transpersonal connection. Meaning (purpose) Value (beliefs) Transcendence (dimension beyond self) Connecting ((relating to others) Becoming (reflection)
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Spiritual Care Not prescriptive Should be descriptive of ways nurses can offer support spiritually to the clients
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Spiritual Well-Being Spiritual health or spiritual well-being Generally alive, purposeful and fulfilled Way of living
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Characteristics of Spiritual Health Faith (belief) Hope (concept) Meaning and purpose of life (transcendence) Achievement of spiritual world Feelings of peacefulness Ability to love, to forgive, to pray, to worship
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Characteristics of Spiritual Health Spiritual experiences Participation in spiritual rites and passages, in meditation, in spiritual reading Interaction with spiritual leaders, with other to share thoughts, feelings, and beliefs Expression through song/music, art, writing Connectedness with inner-self, with others
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Spiritual Distress “Disturbance in the belief or value system that provides strength, hope, and meaning to life” (Carpenito-Mayer, 2008, p. 436) At odds Life support versus termination of life support = spiritual distress for many
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Factors Associated with Spiritual Distress Physiologic problems Death Still birth Treatment-related concerns Blood transfusions Abortion Situational concerns Inability to practice spiritual rituals
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NANDA Defining Characteristics of Spiritual Distress Expresses lack of hope, meaning and purpose in life, forgiveness of self Expresses being abandoned by or having anger toward God Refuses interaction with friends, family Sudden changes in spiritual practices Requests to see a religious leader No interest in nature, reading spiritual literature
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Spiritual Development Growth across the lifespan James Flowler's (1981) is the most cited Stages of Faith Development
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Spiritual Development 0-3 Years Acquiring qualities of trust, mutuality, courage, hope, love 3-7 Years Fantasy-filled, imitative phase Stories, images and fusion of facts and feelings Make-believe experienced as reality
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Spiritual Development: 7-12 Years
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