Why spirituality is essential for nurses

Wright, Stephen; Neuberger, Julia
June 2012
Nursing Standard;6/6/2012, Vol. 26 Issue 40, p19
Trade Publication
Stephen Wright and Julia Neuberger argue that 'engaged spirituality' is the key to preventing further cases of patient abuse and neglect. INSET: MANIFESTO FOR CHANGE.


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