Spiritual Care at the End of Life

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Abstract of Journal Article - August 2001

Symposium on End-of-Life Care

By Porter Storey, MD

An essential part of end-of-life medical care, spiritual care allows physicians to recognize problems like meaninglessness, anguish, and hopelessness, for which effective interventions are available. This form of care can be a deeply rewarding area of medical practice.

August 2001 Texas Medicine Contents
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