alexa Spirituality in palliative care

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Spirituality in palliative care

Spirituality can be described as a search for meaning. At the time of a significant life crisis, such as is experienced by patients in palliative care, this search can become more pertinent. Patients and their families describe times of questioning and loss of faith as well as discovery, growth and a deepening of experience to a place of inner peace. Because spirituality has an increasingly wide range of interpretations, the delivery of spiritual care can understandably be equally diverse.

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