A qualitative examination of a spiritually-based intervention and self-management in the workplace.

Abstract:

:This qualitative study assesses the experience of an intervention that provided spiritually based self-management tools to hospital-based nurses. Drawing on wisdom traditions of the major world religions, the eight point program can be practiced by adherents to any religious faith, or those outside of all traditions. Five of eight program points were perceived as directly useful in improving the nurses' workplace interactions and enhancing fulfillment of compassionate caregiving missions. The findings suggest that this program can be an effective intervention among nurses in dealing with the demands of the healthcare environment and may be a resource for continuing education curricula.

journal_name

Nurs Sci Q

authors

Richards TA,Oman D,Hedberg J,Thoresen CE,Bowden J

doi

10.1177/0894318406289490

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2006-07-01 00:00:00

pages

231-9

issue

3

eissn

0894-3184

issn

1552-7409

pii

19/3/231

journal_volume

19

pub_type

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