Palliative Care Nursing for Buddhist Monk Illness with My Care, My Comfort Following the Concept of Clear Comprehension of Suitability

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Jintana Artsanthia
Chawalee Kruasukon

Abstract

The role of palliative care nurse in caring the Buddhist Monk illness brought the concept of My care, My Comfort in the theme of World Hospice and Palliative Care Day 2020 to apply in caring the Buddhist Monk illness with caring and comfort. Palliative care for the illness monks was served to service the monks who were suffering from uncurable disease and the trend of life was worse from the disease then lead to the death. Thus, the caring should cover with the caring of body mind social and spiritual of the monks for the rest of the life.


              So it should have palliative care nursing for Buddhist Monk illness with My care, My comfort following the concept of clear comprehension of suitability. The objective of the clear comprehension of suitability is to create the environment for the better life and develop the concentration of the monks. This process will let them relax in physical, mental spiritual with the concept of good environment. When without the stress, the concentration and critical thinking will be occurred after that happiness will come up then the peach of the monks and family will lead to peaceful death with Buddhism style. 

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Artsanthia J, Kruasukon C. Palliative Care Nursing for Buddhist Monk Illness with My Care, My Comfort Following the Concept of Clear Comprehension of Suitability. J Royal Thai Army Nurses [nternet]. 2021Aug.30 [cited 2021Nov.27];22(2):25-0. vailable from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JRTAN/article/view/245876
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