Screening patient spirituality and spiritual needs in oncology nursing.

Abstract:

AIM:To select 2 appropriate spiritual assessment tools and evaluate these by involving oncology nurses. BACKGROUND:Spirituality is recognized as an important domain of cancer care. At admission, integration of spiritual assessment seems necessary. It is unclear what kind of spiritual assessment method would be most preferable. DESIGN:This study has an explorative and qualitative design. METHODS:Spiritual assessment tools were identified by means of a systematic literature search. Two tools were selected by a 4-step selection procedure. Evaluation of these tools took place by interviewing Dutch oncology nurses (n = 8). The interviews were qualitatively analyzed. RESULTS:Of the 120 assessment tools collected, the Spiritual Health Inventory tool and the Spiritual History tool remained for further evaluation. The 8 oncology nurses did not have a unifying opinion on spiritual assessment in general, but they all agreed that in nursing practice a structural integration of spiritual assessment is lacking. The nurses preferred the use of the Spiritual Health tool for its "checklist like" approach. It seems that this tool gives them a concrete procedure to follow. CONCLUSIONS:The diversity of operationalizing spirituality is reflected in the amount of collected tools. By choosing an assessment tool, cultural related aspects should be taken in consideration.

journal_name

Holist Nurs Pract

authors

van Leeuwen R,Schep-Akkerman A,van Laarhoven HW

doi

10.1097/HNP.0b013e318294e690

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2013-07-01 00:00:00

pages

207-16

issue

4

eissn

0887-9311

issn

1550-5138

pii

00004650-201307000-00004

journal_volume

27

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