Challenges Of Healing Hospitals

  • Healing Hospital

    Running Head: HEALING HOSPITAL PARADIGM Assignment One, Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Michele F. Broskey RN Grand Canyon University HLT 310V Emory Davis September 23, 2012 Introduction Illness often has a way of drawing an individual closer to their spirituality. As caregivers, taking care of the sick can also enhance your spiritual nature and inevitably compassionately aid them on their journey. The World Health Organization may have said it best in 1948 with their statement on

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  • Healing Hospital

    Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Introduction Healing hospital paradigm is a model in health care provision that focuses on recovery and return to wellness of the whole body. This is contrary to the cure model used in traditional hospital which focuses on eradicating the disease. Healing health care focus of the need of the entire being rather than focusing on curing the physical ailment. This concept advances the idea that apart from addressing the physical needs, the healing process should

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  • Healing Hospitals

    Running head: HEALING HOSPITAL Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Maria Grand Canyon University Foundations of Spirituality in Health Care HLT-310V September 30, 2012 Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Introduction In this modern era many hospitals in this country have turned their attention to patient’s feelings and spiritual beliefs along physical signs and symptoms of disease. Spirituality and religion recognizes that a person is more than the physical, cognitive, and emotional

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  • Healing Hospitals

    Running head: HEALING HOSPITALS Healing Hospitals Shari Wilson Grand Canyon University HLT-310V September 23, 2012 Healing Hospitals Spirituality and healing hospitals; what are they and how are they related to one another? Is every hospital considered a healing hospital and if not why? The purpose of this paper is to identify what spirituality means to this writer, to describe the components of a healing hospital and their

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    Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Catherine Fritzlan Grand Canyon University HLT 302 October 1, 2012 Dr. Sunshine Weeks Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm The Healing Hospital paradigm is a model that focuses on the holistic approach to health care. It is about loving care and provisions to those that seek recovery and wellness for the whole body on a day-to-day basis. However, the healing model is in contrary to the cure model used in the

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    Healing hospital: A Daring Paradigm Thania Arellano Grand Canyon University: HLT 302 “A healing hospital is a place characterized by thousands of small and wonderful things and a few big ones. At the center is love. More than anything else, supports a strong culture of caring. It expresses the deep passion of both patients and caregivers” (Chapman, 2003). Healing hospitals focus on patient-centered care. Healing hospitals focus on patients on a holistic manner. To build this type of care

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    A Healing Hospital Yashate Manning GCU Spirituality in Health Care HLT-310V Pauline King January 27, 2013 A Healing Hospital Love and compassion, along with providing services to others is just a few components of a healing hospital. Often time the hospital is where patients are at their weakest state, both mentally and physically. This environment is a place where diagnosis and treatment of illnesses are implemented with the use of pharmacologic and technical means. It’s vital that the

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  • Healing Hospital

    Healing Hospital Environment and their relationship to spirituality Human caring facilitates healing. Healing should be accompanied by love and compassion for the sick persons or their families. Healing is a life-long journey of becoming fully human that involves the totality of our being. It connects our body, mind, emotion, spirit, social and political context, as well as our relationships with others and with the Divine. Healing does not necessarily mean being happy or getting what we think

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  • Healing Hospital Paradigm

    | The Healing Hospital Paradigm | | | Grand Canyon University:HLT-310(HLT-310V-0103) | 2/6/2013 | | The Healing Hospital paradigm is a new aspect that many hospitals are now taking into consideration, although modern medicine has many branches which in most cases have based their principles on scientific medical attention that involved the use of drugs to achieve the desired effects needed for a patient’s revival or progress health wise. However with the inclusion of the healing

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    Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Bradley Smith Grand Canyon University: HLT-302 Due: 03/17/13 Healing hospitals are currently on the decline in health care America. Most health care providers have lost the true meaning of healing their patients holistically; both physically and spiritually. If healing hospitals started to come back, I believe that not only will the physical care of a patient increase. But patients will be happier and feel spiritually healed also. If healing hospitals

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  • A Healing Hospital: a Daring Paradigm

    A Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Introduction It has been well documented that when people are asked where they would prefer to die, the most common answer is, "At home." The sad fact is that most people draw their last breath at a hospital or some other type of health institution (Gomes, Higgins, 2006). The hospital environment has not been traditionally known as a spiritual place that promotes a loving, pleasing and compassionate environment. Although, a hospital is known to provide a cure

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  • Healing Hospitals

    Healing Hospital's Every hospital posts their mission statement where the public can read the promising words describing a caring compassionate health care team that is there for you. But when people show up looking for that compassionate caring help during their time of need they often find that the medical staff is sometimes rude, condescending or nowhere to be found. And if that doesn’t make you already feel helpless and scared, toss in some loud overhead messages such as “Code Blue to emergency”

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    Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Grand Canyon University HLT - 310V May 3, 2013 Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm As nurses we are known to be hardworking, caring, compassionate and kind individuals who carry around big hearts on our sleeves. In addition, in today’s society we are also being exposed more to the spiritual aspects of each individual patient that we care for on a day to day basis. In turn, we must open up our minds and respect the patient’s spirituality

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  • Healing Hospital: a Daring Paradigm

    Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Marti Manko Grand Canyon University: HLT-310V 06/16/2013 Traditionally, western medicine, religion and spirituality have always been connected. Recently, faith-based influences on medical practice have been developed to reflect the importance of acknowledging that spirituality and religion are an integral part of healing (Galanter, Glickman, Dermatis, Tracy and McMahon, 2008). The term “healing” is derived from the Anglo-Saxon word “haelen”, meaning

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  • Healing Hospital: a Daring Paradigm

    Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Steven Z. Beard Grand Canyon University: HLT-310V(HLT-310V-O102) Spirituality in Health Care July 7, 2013 Healing hospitals and their relationship to spirituality Healing hospitals require more than just patient care, they require love and compassion with not only a patient but there family as well. A healing physical environment starts with caring for the patients but is also affected by how healthcare

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  • The Healing Hospital

    Running head: THE HEALING HOSPITAL The Healing Hospital Grand Canyon University Spirituality in Health Care HLT 310V The Healing Hospital A traditional hospital is an institution that is devoted to the delivery of comprehensive health care to patients, utilizing conventional medicine with the intent of diagnosing, treating, and curing disease through scientific evidence based procedures and interventions. Traditional medicine is focused on the biomedical science of addressing the

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  • Healing Hospitals a Daring Paradigm

    Healing Hospitals: A daring paradigm Mercy Cooper Grand Canyon University: Spirituality in Health Care HLT 310V 11/24/13 Healing Hospitals: A Daring Paradigm Hospitals are embracing the paradigm of healing hospitals. This concept is based on research evidence that suggests that the environment of care has significant implications on patient outcomes. Creation of a healing environment thus represents a concerted effort to comprehensively address all the factors that contribute to the disease

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    Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Abstract Healing Hospitals are a way to help a person experience healing in a different way. Different cultures have their own spiritual practices and beliefs which they believe to be sacred. These rituals help in the aspect of healing spirit while modern medicine heals the body. Most cultures have religious practices and some form of prayer. Healing hospitals are a way to help change the cold aseptic hospital environment into a warm and caring

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    06/09/2014 The healing hospital paradigm focuses on a holistic approach to healthcare and encompasses treating the patient as a whole and their well-being and their families along with the hospital staff rather than just the illness. It also includes the architecture of the building and the aesthetics surrounding it. Certain specific designs of buildings can produce calm and stress free environment for everyone. The word healing comes from an Anglo saxon word which means

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    Healing Hospitals: A Daring Paradigm Tiffany Johnson Grand Canyon University HLT-310V April 13, 2014 When it comes to the issue of spirituality and healing hospitals, the healthcare providers in hospitals must consider the emotional side. “The view that people do not change into one dimensional beings when they become patients and their emotional needs increase when the body is in a weak constitution. Chapman gives a model in which “Total Loving Care equals Higher Standard. In this view, there

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    Healing Hospitals: A Daring Paradigm Anna Hernandez Grand Canyon University Spirituality in Health Care HLT-310V Richard Hudock July 27, 2014 Healing Hospitals: A Daring Paradigm Spirituality and religions, effects on health has become an increasing interest to scientist since the 1980’s. According to Smith (2006), spirituality has gained such a momentum that there are multiple articles and several textbooks on spirituality since the year of 1989. The consensus is developing that spirituality

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  • Healing Hospital: a Daring Paradigm

    Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Nathalie Conti HLT310V – Foundations of Spirituality in Health Care Grand Canyon University February 12th, 2011 Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm The healing hospital paradigm focuses on the removal of stress and other health risks in the hospital environment for both patients and visitors. These factors are intrinsic to the hospital setting and not the ailments being treated within. For example, stress for patients is generated through painful

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  • The Healing Hospital

    The Healing Hospital Jackie M. Long Grand Canyon University Foundations of Spirituality in Healthcare HLT 310V-0103 Andre Mooney 09/16/2011 The Healing Hospital Fighting for your health when you are not feeling well demands lots of rest, less worry and strain. One needs the love and affection from family and friends. Imagine a hospital that provided all of that. All the patient rooms would be filled with warm and tranquil colors, a separate space for family members to sleep, nurses and

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    A Daring - Paradigm Healing Hospital Grace Mwalili HLT 310v Garfield Browne November 17th 2014 “Healing hospitals” are centres of love characterized by a myriad of wonderful encounters, many small and a few large [Chapman, 2011]. The whole concept of a healing hospital is one that that strives to care for its patients holistically, taking care of their physical, spiritual, psychological and emotional needs as well. The hospital environment can be one full of stress from the many activities

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    medical dictionary, “spiritual healing is the use of spiritual practices, such as prayer, for the purpose of affecting a cure of or an improvement in an illness” (medical dictionary, 2011). Spiritual healings are commonly practiced, and now are greatly encouraged. However, today we have “healing hospitals” that follow the practices of spiritual healing. Erie Chapman and the Baptist Healing Trust envisioned a spiritual healing environment that focused on the healing of mind, body and spirit of patients

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  • Healing Hospital: a Daring Paradigm

    Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Grand Canyon University Foundations of Spirituality in Health Care HLT-310V April 25, 2013 Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Hospitals where patients and family are not only healed physically but wholly are referred to as healing hospitals. In other words, the idea of a healing hospital is a holistic approach to treatment which includes meeting the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the patients and families (Eberst, 2008). The concept of

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  • The Healing Hospital: a Daring Paradigm

    Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Grand Canyon University Spirituality in Health Care HLT 310V May 15, 2011 Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm As stated by Erie Chapman “healing hospitals” are centers of love characterized by a myriad of wonderful encounters, many small and a few large (2011). This paradigm of such a caring concept focuses on removing stressors for patients, families and caregivers from the clinical environment. These stressors inhibit healing but are inherent to

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  • Healing Hospital in America

    Creating a Healing Hospital in America Creating a Healing Hospital in America Creating an environment that promotes healing is essential for the physical and emotional recovery of a patient. The Healing Hospital consists of the blending of loving care along with the complex elements of medical care. It is imperative for health care professionals to feel competent with their performance within their specified vocation. Inside the structure of this medical system, the integration of

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  • Healing Hospital

    Healing Hospitals This essay is to be 500-750 words. The subjects to be addressed are under the headings below. The first paragraph of your paper is your introduction paragraph. Per APA 6th ed, paragraphs must be a minimum of three sentences long. In addition, think of your introduction paragraph as a funnel. The beginning of the paragraph starts out broad and then funnels down into something more specific with regards to content. The last sentence in your introduction paragraph is your thesis

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    Healing Hospital Rhonda Hofstrom Grand Canyon University: HLT-310V Spirituality In Nursing Instructor: Jeney Park-Hearn January 16, 2015 Healing hospital is a new paradigm in healthcare it is no longer just about treating the disease or diagnosis, there is a new push to heal the person’s spiritual well-being also. Puchaski & McShimming (2006) say that spirituality is what supports a person enabling them to cope with the challenges and stresses of everyday

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    HEALING HOSPITAL: A DARING PARADIGM Healthcare can be a very demanding field where professionals are overworked and burnt out which in turn impacts the care of the patient. Patients’ deserve to have compassionate and loving care while they are ill and in an extremely vulnerable state. The concept of the “Healing Hospital” is traditionally based on the belief that healthcare must grow from deep compassion (Baptist Healing Trust, n.d.). The hospital environment is generally a place for diagnosing

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    Healing Hospital Healing: adjective tending to cure or restore to health (Merriam-Webster. 2015). When a person hears the word healing they might only associate the word with physical healing. However, when a Nurse hears the word healing they consider not only the physical person, but their spiritual and emotional wellbeing. Until recent years the Medical community has focused on healing the body and neglected other aspects of a person’s health and wellbeing. Thanks to organizations like

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    The Healing Hospital Jennifer K. Moore RN Grand Canyon University: HLT-310 V August 2, 2015 “O LORD my God, I called to you for help and you healed me” Holy Bible Psalm 30:2 When I first heard the term “healing hospital,” I have to admit, I was confused. Aren’t all hospitals for healing? But as I read through our text and the articles, I realized there is a distinction between the concept of a healing hospital

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  • Healing Hospital – a Daring Paradigm

    Healing Hospital – A Daring Paradigm The healing hospital model is a new paradigm that focuses treatment on both the physical and spiritual needs of patients. In fact, it is intent on ensuring that the patient achieves whole body wellness, and not only disease management. As such, it advances the concept that for healing to be complete, the physical needs should be addressed in concurrence with the patient’s spiritual and emotional needs. With regards to the spiritual needs, the concept draws ideas

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    components of a healing hospital and their relationship to spirituality. I will also state the challenges of creating a healing environment in light of the barriers and complexities of the hospital environment. Lastly I will include biblical aspects that I believe support the concept of a healing hospital. First off, I feel components of a healing hospital are compassion, safety, trust, respect, support and creating positive outcomes in people’s lives and health. “A Healing Hospital is a concept where

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    those roots of promoting healing is called for. In this short essay, a discussion of the components of a healing hospital will be addressed, what challenges are imposed and a biblical aspect that supports the concept of a healing hospital. According to the article written by Ms. Eberst, in order for a hospital to promote healing, there are three components that need to be met (Eberst, 2008). First of all it needs to be quiet. Noise prevents sleep, which impairs healing at the cellular level. By

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    A Healing Hospital has many great qualities to it and really does improve the healing process of a patient. Love is believed to be the center of healing. A Healing Hospital is to give a loving service to others in need (Chapman, 2010). A Healing Hospital has been forgotten with the growing technology and medications for everything in the hospitals of today. The Healing Hospital needs compassion and skill as well as new technology and medications (Chapman, 2010). Having the honest support of management

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    milestone for us," says Hino, noting that the Healing Hospital program is an extension of the hospital's wellness strategy. "It gives us the ability to add meaningful depth to our existing program through its emphasis on a holistic approach to achieving and maintaining good health. It also enables us to extend our reach further into the community." The mission of a healing hospital is to improve health," adds Mather. "Mendocino Coast District Hospital is embracing the future of healthcare and

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  • Components of a Healing Hospital

    Components of a Healing Hospital Sheena E. Williamson Grand Canyon University July 3, 2016 HLT 310V Spirituality in Healthcare Professor Richard Hudock Components of a Healing Hospital The unseen environment is the spiritual aspect of creation. The unseen is where God dwells (Jn 1:18). Three factors are all of the topmost significance in a healing hospital. A healing physical environment, a one model focused on the goal of everyone working together for the same goal of optimal patient

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    directed toward approaching the patient and the environment from a perspective of healing and spirituality. This presentation will identify the three key components of a healing environment and address some of the challenges: 1) Physical Environment, 2) Social Environment, and 3) Complementary and Alternative Medicine. A Healing Physical Environment Patients want to be within an environment that promotes healing. Healing environments decrease stress and promote optimal well being. Psychological

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  • Healing Hospital: a Daring Paradigm

    Running Head:HEALING HOSPITAL: A DARING PARADIGM Healing hospital : A Daring Paradibm Ancy Thomas Grand canyon University HLT 310, Spirituality in Health care july, 2012. HEALING HOSPITAL: A Daring Paradigm As I ventured reading about the Healing Hospitals, I became very appreciative and enthusiastic about the very concept. It only made me realize that we have come one full circle to integrate and merge spirituality, alternative and complimentary medicine

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    HEALING HOSPITAL: A DARING PARADIGM Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Sibil Johnson Grand Canyon University :HLT 310 Prof.Maria Quimba March 31st,2012 Introduction The healing paradigm focuses on the holistic approach to healthcare and healing. The concept is based on the ancient tradition love is the foundation of healing. The mission of the healing hospital is to provide high quality care with compassion, reduce stress to patient and family due to illness and improve quality of life

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    Healing Hospital: A Running head: HEALING HOSPITAL: A DARING PARADIGM 1 Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Ruth Casanova Grand Canyon University Spirituality in Health Care HLT 310V March 25, 2012 Healing Hospital: A Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Introduction The healing hospital paradigm is a hospital model that focuses on the recovery and 2 wellness of the patient as a whole. Unlike traditional care models that mainly focus on cures for ailments by way of medications,

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    The Healing Hospital Paradigm
The inception of the “Healing Hospital” is not new. Healing hospitals in various forms have been around throughout history. As hospitals were slowly taken over by religious orders they became more holistic concentrating on all aspects of healing including physical, mental, and spiritual. Instead of focusing on the patient as a carrier of disease and death they began to look at them as a person that has certain fundamental needs for existence. One of these needs as fore

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  • Healing Hospitals and Their Relationship to Spirituality

    Running head: RELATIONSHIP TO SPIRITUALITY Module 1 Healing Hospitals and their relationship to spirituality Vern Warter RN Grand Canyon University HLT 310 v Module 1 Healing Hospitals and their relationship to spirituality The purpose of this paper is to describe the components of a Healing Hospital and the relationship to spirituality. With today’s advanced technology, science, and new medications the health care setting provides a unique opportunity to help

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    Running Head: THE HEALING HOSPITAL The Healing Hospital Jefferson, Alice Grand Canyon University: NRS 310V June 24, 2012 Thesis: The Healing Hospital employs a holistic approach to patient care. Nurses must be sensitive to the physical, spiritual, emotional, and religious beliefs of the

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    Healing Hospital A Daring Paradigm Grand Canyon University HLT 310V Spirituality in Health Care July 07, 2012 Healing Hospital A Daring Paradigm Introduction A healing hospital is one concentrate on the recovery and complete welfare of a patient. Traditional type of health care concentrate on cures of illness by using medication and other type of medical procedures. But healing hospitals has focused on the physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing

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    Running head: Healing Hospitals Healing Hospitals HLT-310V July 16, 2012 Modern hospitals operate under financial restrictions, resulting in intervention-centric care that generally does not go beyond meeting the bottom line of financial obligations. As a result, morale issues among hospital staff and mediocre working conditions tend to be the norm, leading to compromised health care provision. Change is sorely needed, especially considering the current, dismal

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  • Healing Hospital Paradigm

    head: HEALING HOSPITAL: A DARING PARADIGM Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm Noranita Arms Grand Canyon University Spirituality in Health Care HLT 310V August 10, 2012 Healing Hospital: A Daring Paradigm The Healing Hospital paradigm focuses on the Holistic approach to health care (Chapman, 2007). Many of the Healing Hospitals and other clinical facilities have made the transition from treating illness only to an over-all healing approach. The Healing Hospital paradigm addresses the healing of

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  • The Healing Hospital

    Healing Hospital Introduction Health care delivery has always centered on holistic approach to patient care and all nursing education revolves around this concept of comprehensive nursing care and delivering a holistic nursing care to the patient. Addressing the patient as a whole not only means curing his disease but also respecting his social, physical, cultural and spiritual values. Healing hospitals are built keeping this in mind. Every human being is religious in one way or the other and

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