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"It depends": viewpoints of patients, physicians, and nurses on patient-practitioner prayer in the setting of advanced cancer.
Provision of spiritual care to patients with advanced cancer: associations with medical care and quality of life near death.
Support of cancer patients' spiritual needs and associations with medical care costs at the end of life.
Religious coping and behavioral disengagement: opposing influences on advance care planning and receipt of intensive care near death.
Why is spiritual care infrequent at the end of life? Spiritual care perceptions among patients, nurses, and physicians and the role of training.
Provision of spiritual support to patients with advanced cancer by religious communities and associations with medical care at the end of life.
Shifting hospital-hospice boundaries: historical perspectives on the institutional care of the dying.
Nurse and physician barriers to spiritual care provision at the end of life.
Clergy Views on a Good Versus a Poor Death: Ministry to the Terminally Ill.
How Community Clergy Provide Spiritual Care: Toward a Conceptual Framework for Clergy End-of-Life Education.
Spiritual support of patients with advanced illness and associations with end-of-life care and quality of death.
U.S. Clergy Religious Values and Relationships to End-of-Life Discussions and Care.
Seeking and Accepting: U.S. Clergy Theological and Moral Perspectives Informing Decision Making at the End of Life.
The Views of Clergy Regarding Ethical Controversies in Care at the End of Life.
Training Community Clergy in Serious Illness: Balancing Faith and Medicine.
A scale to assess religious beliefs in end-of-life medical care.