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Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity: First Draft Nicole Lewis GRAND CANYON UNIVERSITY Spirituality in Health Care HLT - 310V Ms. Patricia Mullen October 9, 2010 Abstract Faith diversity and nursing care are the two issues, which have to be evaluated as one whole. Many patients with different faiths have to pass treatment at one hospital. It is necessary to evaluate whether spiritual conditions may influence the success of patient’s treatment and how helpful...

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Negligence: Health Care Providers

Health Law and Ethics HCS/478 Negligence Paper Health care providers have a responsibility to provide competent and safe care to their patients. When patient care is compromised or the patient does not have a successful medical outcome, sometimes the legal system becomes involved. It is important to be aware of the terms negligence, gross negligence, and malpractice because they are often misunderstood. This paper attempts to provide a definition of each legal term in an effort to distinguish...

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Health Care Provider

 Benchmark Assignment Grand Canyon University Spirituality in Health Care HLT-310V Benchmark Assignment Healthcare is forever changing testing professionals to provide excellent care to the communities it serves. Seeing hospitals as healing environments and not as the customary place of curing an illness is an example of a present paradigm shift in health care now. By seeing hospitals as a healing environment instead of the current curing environment can change the way most moral issues...

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Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity

 Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity Grand Canyon University HLT-310V September 19, 2013 Abstract As a heath care provider it is important to assess our patient’s faith. To a lot of people faith and spirituality play a large part in their overall health and healing. Health care providers cannot be expected to know about every kind of faith in the world but assessing and talking with patients regarding their personal beliefs will help with understanding more about patients...

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Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity

of health and wellbeing. Different religion has their own beliefs, customs and perspectives to guide their followers. As a health care personnel, nurses play an important role to assist their patients to meet their spiritual and religious needs especially during crisis. Each religion has its own importance. It is impracticable to predict how one patient or family member may understand or apply their religious traditions in the health care settings. Thus, health care providers...

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Health Care Provider And Faith Diversity

Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity: First Draft The practice of health care providers at all levels brings you into contact with people from a variety of faiths. This calls for knowledge and acceptance of a diversity of faith expressions. The purpose of this paper is to complete a comparative analysis of two faith philosophies towards providing health care, one being the Christian perspective. For the second faith, choose a faith that is unfamiliar to you. Examples of faiths to choose from:...

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Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity

Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity Grand Canyon University: HLT-310V March 16, 2013 Abstract Health care is a very diverse field. Two patients with the same diagnosis would have very different plans of care due to the underlying conditions and faith or religious practices involved with each patients healing process. This paper will discuss the healing aspect of three religions: Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism and compare them to the healing aspect of Christianity. Also information important...

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Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity

Abstract Health care providers encounter and care for a diverse population of patients. When caring for these patients, providers must be properly prepared to care for not only for their cultural needs but also for their spiritual/faith needs. Nurses must have a basic yet broad knowledge of cultural and spiritual needs of patients whether in the hospital setting, clinic setting, or physician’s office. This document will explore three different faiths and compare them to Christianity and the author’s...

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Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity

Running head: HEALTH CARE PROVIDER AND FAITH DIVERSITY Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity Mary Burke Grand Canyon University HLT-310V November 17, 2012 Abstract As healthcare providers we must keep in mind that we provide care to patients from a number of different religious traditions. It is our job to understand and respect the ideals that may affect our patient and family members. Sixty one percent of Americans state that religion is the most important thing...

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Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity

 Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity Spirituality June 29, Abstract It has been stated that, “In entire angles of the creation and in whole ages of past, individuals have speculated about the significance of lifecycle, how to make the greatest of it, what take place later, and if there is someone or something available there. He instigates to search for somebody or something that can be responsible for all of the enquiries. This inquisitiveness ultimately tips to numerous...

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