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Concept Spirituality
Academic Article Religion, spirituality, and health care: social, ethical, and practical considerations.
Academic Article Discussing religious and spiritual issues at the end of life: a practical guide for physicians.
Academic Article STUDENTJAMA. Spirituality and the patient-physician relationship.
Academic Article Is failure to meet spiritual needs associated with cancer patients' perceptions of quality of care and their satisfaction with care?
Academic Article Can medical schools be Catholic? For two reasons, Catholic universities should continue sponsoring such schools.
Academic Article Spiritual issues in the care of dying patients: ". . . it's okay between me and god".
Academic Article Promethean medicine: spirituality, stem cells, and cloning.
Academic Article What is a miracle?
Academic Article Improving the quality of spiritual care as a dimension of palliative care: the report of the Consensus Conference.
Academic Article Distinguishing denial from authentic faith in miracles: a clinical-pastoral approach.
Academic Article Spirituality, religion, and clinical care.
Academic Article A biopsychosocial-spiritual model for the care of patients at the end of life.
Academic Article Religious importance and practices of patients with a life-threatening illness: implications for screening protocols.
Academic Article A Chinese version of the Spiritual Needs Assessment for patients survey instrument.
Academic Article Ethos, mythos, and thanatos: spirituality and ethics at the end of life.
Academic Article In reply to Cayley.
Academic Article Back to the future: The AMA and religion, 1961-1974.
Academic Article Spiritual Needs and Perception of Quality of Care and Satisfaction With Care in Hematology/Medical Oncology Patients: A Multicultural Assessment.
Academic Article Health Care Professionals' Spirituality and COVID-19: Meaning, Compassion, Relationship.
Academic Article Spirituality in Serious Illness and Health.

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