A concept analysis of spirituality in occupational therapy practice

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Jones, J; Topping, A; Wattis, J; Smith, J;
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Health policy and high profile investigations about poor care delivery in England emphasise the need for health professionals to ensure care is patient-centred, addressing each individual's physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs. Person-centred practice, valuin... View more
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