We’ve recommended a set of top resources that review the literature on patient family interest in spiritual care from chaplains. These articles and other resources represent some of the very best research and practice being done today. Our list is not intended to be comprehensive, and the selection represents the perspectives of the editorial team. These resources will be updated as new articles become available, and we welcome your feedback and suggestions.
Research on Patient Family Interest in Spiritual Care from Chaplains
Patient Family Interest in Spiritual Care from Chaplains
Martinuz M, Düst AV, Faouzi M, Pétremand D, Reichel V, Ortega B, Waeber G, Vollendender P (2013). “Do you want some spiritual support? Different rates of positive response to chaplains’ versus nurses’ offer.” Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling 67(3-4): 1-10.
Piderman JM, Marek DV, Jenkins SM, Johnson ME, Buryska JF, Shanafelt TD, O’Bryan FG, Hansen PD, Howick PH, Duland HL, Lackore KA, Lovejoy LA, Mueller PS (2010). “Predicting patients’ expectations of hospital chaplains: a multisite survey.” Mayo Clinic Proceedings 85(1): 1002-1010.
Schultz M, Lulav-Grinwald D, Bar-Sela G (2014). “Cultural differences in spiritual care: findings of an Israeli oncologic questionnaire examining patient interest in spiritual care.” BMC Palliative Care 13(1).
Williams JA, Meltzer D, Arora V, Chung G, Curlin FA (2011). “Attention to inpatients’ religious and spiritual concerns: predictors and association with patient satisfaction.” Journal of General Internal Medicine 26(11): 1265-1271.