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SPIRITUALITY AND SENSE OF WELL-BEING FOR PATIENT WITH TERMINAL ILLNESS   Chris Cieslik

SPIRITUALITY AND SENSE OF WELL-BEING FOR PATIENT WITH TERMINAL ILLNESS

76 страниц. 2010 год.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Individuals with terminal illnesses have an increased need for spiritual care. It has been found that well-being and spirituality have a positive relationship to physical responses to illness can impact an individual''s sense of well-being (Meraviglia, 2004). The purpose of this predictive study is to examine relationships among spirituality, meaning of life and prayer and a sense of well-being of physical and psychological responses after a diagnosis of a terminal illness. This study is a modified replication of Meraviglia (2004) study. Frankl''s motivational theory of meaning is the framework. The four instruments are: Life Attitude Profile-Revised (patients meaning, purpose in life and motivation to find meaning), the Adapted Prayer Scale (types of prayer activity, prayer experiences, and attitudes toward prayer), Index of Well-Being (psychological well-being) and Symptom Distress Scale (degree of discomfort. Findings will provide information regarding ...
 
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