2021
DOI: 10.1177/08980101211034341
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Spiritual Self-Care Management for Nursing Professionals: A Holistic Approach

Abstract: Among all the groups and occupations that have been affected by the global pandemic, nursing professionals stand out as having been particularly hard-pressed due to the dramatic increase in the need for their services. Given the rising tide of coronavirus disease 2019 patients who require specialized medical treatment as well as the millions of others that are lining up for vaccinations, it can be assumed that many nursing professionals have had to endure such things as longer working hours, tighter schedules,… Show more

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“…The health promotion model developed by Pender et al (2011) outlines external factors that influence physical health and MH. MHNs who have experienced occupational violence and incivility may have increased susceptibility to physical and mental problems; thus, it is important for nurses to be aware of the role of the violence they experience or witness as a potential threat to their health and for them to endeavor to practice self-care (Nilsson, 2022).…”
Section: Review Of Literaturementioning
confidence: 99%
“…The health promotion model developed by Pender et al (2011) outlines external factors that influence physical health and MH. MHNs who have experienced occupational violence and incivility may have increased susceptibility to physical and mental problems; thus, it is important for nurses to be aware of the role of the violence they experience or witness as a potential threat to their health and for them to endeavor to practice self-care (Nilsson, 2022).…”
Section: Review Of Literaturementioning
confidence: 99%
“…These people have had the biggest participation in the development of justice in care by not discriminating between patients. In addition, they have played a considerable role in patients' treatment and recovery (40,41).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…I have learned to take time to enjoy walking along seashores, rivers, becoming aware of surrounding nature, watching weather patterns, changing seasons taking moments to be intentionally situated in the here and now as suggested by Nilsson (2021). Approaches that I see as inherent in Celtic spirituality, akin to mindfulness as the first cue in-Johns model of reflection- Bring the mind home, aiming to develop poise and nurture emotional intelligence (Johns, 2017, p. 21).…”
Section: Story 1: Time For Teamentioning
confidence: 99%