Effects of a Spirituality Training Program for Nurses on Patients in a Progressive Care Unit

Lind, Bradley; Sendelbach, Sue; Steen, Sue
June 2011
Critical Care Nurse;Jun2011, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p87
Academic Journal
The article reports a quality improvement project for providing nurses the skills and strategies to address the spiritual needs of patients in cardiovascular progressive care units. The project was conducted at the Abbott-Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis, Minnesota, as part of the evidence based nursing practice fellowship program. Also discussed are the Joint Commission of 2001 Press Ganey national inpatient data, and the recommendations of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing.


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