Heath AW. Methods This is a qualitative research with hermeneutic phenomenological approach. Spiritually competent practice in health care: what is it and what does it look like?
This has also different aspects and originates from Shia culture. The world health report - life in the 21st century: a vision for all. Current status of teaching spirituality in UK medical schools. This healing, I believe, is at its core spiritual.
VandeCreek L, Nye C. Rachel Naomi Remen, MD, who has developed Commonweal retreats for people with cancer, described it well: Helping, fixing, and serving represent three different ways of seeing life. Ongoing support and training for healthcare providers with regard to patients' spiritual issues is challenging.
They also help to identify any spiritual needs to be addressed. The patient wants to perform the necessary religious practices and requests the prerequisite conditions. I think we can be better physicians and true partners in our patients' living and in their dying if we can be compassionate: if we truly listen to their hopes, their fears, and their beliefs and incorporate these beliefs into their therapeutic plans.
Spiritual care for allied health practice. A phenomenological enquiry of the nature of spirituality and spiritual care.