Clinical supervisors’ understanding of spirituality and spiritual care in nursing: A South African perspective (part 2)
Linda, Ntombizodwa S.
Deliwe, Phetlhu, René
Klopper, Hester C.
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The article provides findings of understanding of clinical supervisors (CSs) on spirituality and spiritual care in nursing practice. These participants who taught nursing skills to nursing students who were registered for R425 SANC Nursing Curriculum. Revealed uncertainties regarding their implementation of spiritual care in clinical nursing. They expressed concernes that despite South African Nursing Council’s espoused holistic approach to nursing, a gap still exist in SANC’s holistic philosophy. This view is supported and by the lack of guidelines from the SANC. According to the participants lack of guidelines indicates failure of SANC in embracing spiritual care as a vital component of “holistic nursing”.
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