A assistência espiritual e religiosa: contributo para a humanização dos cuidados

Susana Queiroga

Resumen


O tempo atual é caracterizado pelo individualismo do qual emerge uma constante procura de sentido particularmente quando, por uma situação de doença, o homem é confrontado com a sua finitude. Assim, considerar a espiritualidade enquanto aspeto relevante para o bem-estar dos indivíduos, parece ter razão de ser, em particular se o foco se centrar na humanização dos cuidados.

Palabras clave


espiritualidade; indivíduo; assistência espiritual; humanização

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