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“…Therefore, it is important that awareness is raised among interdisciplinary teams to encourage the practice of spirituality in palliative care, recognizing that it has various meanings for people who are ill, and also answers questions regarding their own existence. It is necessary for health professionals to recognize and assign value to the dimension of spiritual care of patients as a tool that promotes quality of life for people receiving palliative care (18) . In this sense, it is recognized that spirituality is present in the daily lives of individuals, throughout the entire human existence (19) .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Therefore, it is important that awareness is raised among interdisciplinary teams to encourage the practice of spirituality in palliative care, recognizing that it has various meanings for people who are ill, and also answers questions regarding their own existence. It is necessary for health professionals to recognize and assign value to the dimension of spiritual care of patients as a tool that promotes quality of life for people receiving palliative care (18) . In this sense, it is recognized that spirituality is present in the daily lives of individuals, throughout the entire human existence (19) .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The literature indicates that the greatest indicator of good patient care in palliative care is attention to religious aspects. 20 Thus, it is necessary for professionals to make spiritual needs an integral part of care and a means of providing a supportive environment. 10 No professional has made a decision-making based on ethical principles.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Autores apontam que reconhecer a fé, a espiritualidade ou a religiosidade como estratégias de enfrentamento e buscar as lacunas espirituais da pessoa fazem com que o trabalhador de saúde possa planejar e prover um cuidado integral ao indivíduo assistido, destacando a importância dos profissionais compreenderem as crenças e os valores de cada familiar enlutado e perceberem a influência desses fatores na qualidade de vida dessa pessoa (14,16) .…”
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