patient suffering

Addressing patient and caregiver suffering

Suffering—it’s a powerful word that evokes a visceral response. Actually, patient means “one who suffers” in Latin. To reduce patient suffering, we need to consider the experience of nurses and other caregivers, because patient…

Suffering and spirituality

Read these excerpts on suffering and spirituality from Nursing and Health Care Ethics: A Legacy and a Vision.

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