Taking a Spiritual History Allows Clinicians to Understand Patients More Fully: An Interview With Dr. Christina Puchalski
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Kilpatrick, Shelley Dean; Weaver, Andrew J.; McCullough, Michael E.; Puchalski, Christina; Larson, David B.; Hays, Judith C.; Farran, Carol J.; Flannelly, Kevin J. (2005-03)
Lo, Bernard; Ruston, Delaney; Kates, Laura W.; Arnold, Robert M.; Cohen, Cynthia B.; Faber-Langendoen, Kathy; Pantilat, Steven Z.; Puchalski, Christina M.; Quill, Timothy R.; Rabow, Michael W.; Schreiber, Simeon; Sulmasy, Daniel P.; Tulsky, James A. (Working Group on Religious and Spiritual Issues at the End of Life, 2002-02-13)As patients near the end of life, their spiritual and religious concerns may be awakened or intensified. Many physicians, however, feel unskilled and uncomfortable discussing these concerns. This article suggests how ...