Embracing a broad spirituality in end-of-life discussions and advance care planning

Churchill, L. Embracing a Broad Spirituality in End of Life Discussions and Advance Care Planning. Journal of Religion and Health Online – 18 December 2014.

A broad view of spirituality is needed, one that may involve traditional religious beliefs, but also includes personal understandings of what is holy or sacred. Embracing this broad practice of spirituality will help both familial and professional caregivers honour an essential aspect of endof-life discussions and promote greater discernment of the deep meaning in advance care documents.


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