Relational Dimensions of Spiritual Health Care Development in Nursing Students and Capacities to Spiritual Health Care in Nursing Students and Patients
Keywords:Spiritual health; Capacities development to spiritual health care; Relational
Spirituality is a component of health. Spirituality is meaningful living and life aim. Spiritual health care development of oneself goes on by linking four dimensions: own-self, others, environment and faith of the above with love, trust and continuous forgiving to keep the balance of the meaningfulness of living. Spiritual health care development is a role of professional nurses that needs to start from the spiritual health care development in student nurses to have knowledge, understanding and ability to care for their spiritual health care first before caring for the spiritual health care of the patients. The spiritual health care development in the student nurses will affect the relational dimensions of the results of spiritual health care in student nurses, which affects the capacity of spiritual health care in students and affects the ability of spiritual health care inpatients and also affects the spiritual health care in student nurses in the direction of relational dimensions of increased development.
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