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Our Spiritual Journey: 3 BPN Students    Finding Spirituality in Nursing          (Body-Mind-Spirit)                  PSYN...
George Pearson Centre▪ 700 West 57th Avenue, Vancouver,  B.C, V6P 1S1▪ Residential home for 120 Adults with  a life histor...
Why study Spirituality?                      ▪ Relationship between body, mind, and spirit                      ▪ Find inn...
Our Spiritual Journey
Memorial Service in George Pearson Centre                ▪ 15 – 20 attendees                 ▪ Family, friends, residents,...
Roman Catholic▪ St. Paul Parish  ▪ 8251 St Albans Rd, Richmond, BC  ▪ (604) 277-3213
Sikhism▪ Guru Nanak Niwas ▪ 8600 No. 5 Rd Richmond, BC ▪ (604) 274-7479
Hinduism▪ Ram Krishna Mandir in the Vedic Cultural Centre of BC ▪ 8200 - No. 5 Road, Richmond. B.C ▪ (604) 275-9182
Tibetan Buddhism▪ Thrangu Monastry Canada ▪ 8140 No. 5 Road, Richmond. B.C ▪ (778) 297-6010
Chinese Buddhism▪ International Buddhist Society ▪ 9160 Steveston Highway, Richmond, B.C., Canada V7A 1M5 ▪ (604) 274-2822
Taoism▪ Tian-Jin Temple ▪ 3426 Smith Avenue, Burnaby, BC ▪ (604) 568- 9880
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen: Classical Chinese Garden▪ 578 Carrall Street, Vancouver, BC▪ (604) 662 3207
VanDusen Botanical Garden▪ 5251 Oak Street, Vancouver, BC▪ (604) 878- 9274
Maladjusted (Theatre)▪ Firehall Arts Centre  ▪ 280 E. Cordova St. Vancouver, BC  ▪ (604)689-0926
Our Thoughts on Spirituality          ▪ Before our journey:            ▪ Spirituality = Religion          ▪ After our jour...
How can spirituality help you     prevent burnout?
Spirituality in Health Care▪ Finding meaning and connection through religion or  spirituality can protect against negative...
Sacred Spaces▪ A quiet place to think, reflect, pray and meditate▪ Accessibility  ▪ Open 24 hours▪ For everyone  ▪ Clients...
Sacred Spaces▪ What are in the sacred spaces?  ▪   Chairs  ▪   Kneeling chairs  ▪   Mats  ▪   Head coverings      ▪ Yamaka...
Religious Symbols
Religious Symbols▪ Swastik                    vs
Chaplains (Spiritual Care Specialist)▪ Part of Interdisciplinary team to provide  holistic care▪ Nondenominational▪ Keep a...
How can you incorporatespiritual care into your practice?
Nursing Assessments and Tools▪ Resident’s spiritual needs are part of daily nursing care▪ Commonly used assessment tools: ...
Putting into Practice▪ When we spoke with residents in GPC:  ▪ They were seeking the sense of belonging and better coping ...
How would you influence RPN’s inyour workplace to develop the spirit intheir practice of Body – Mind – Spirit?
Acknowledgement▪ Special thanks to:  ▪ Practice Mentor : Roberta Jokanovich BScN MPA RN
References▪ Chidarikire, S. (2012). Spirituality: The neglected dimension of holistic mental health  care. Advances In Men...
References▪ Hayden, D. (2011). Spirituality in end-of-life care: attending the person on their journey.  British Journal O...
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Our Spiritual Journey: 3 BPN Students Finding Spirituality in Nursing (Body-Mind-Spirit)

  1. 1. Our Spiritual Journey: 3 BPN Students Finding Spirituality in Nursing (Body-Mind-Spirit) PSYN 3200 (April 2013) Presented by: Ellyn Mawal, Kamil Mehta, Ching-Lun (Chris) Tsai Bsc Kwantlen Polytechnic University Practice Mentor : Roberta Jokanovich BScN MPA RN
  2. 2. George Pearson Centre▪ 700 West 57th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C, V6P 1S1▪ Residential home for 120 Adults with a life history and a story▪ Many have MS, TBI, CP and a variety of other conditions, and required specialized assistance.▪ Funded and operated by Vancouver Coastal Health
  3. 3. Why study Spirituality? ▪ Relationship between body, mind, and spirit ▪ Find inner peace, purpose and meaning in life ▪ Help to cope with stress ▪ Connect with community through religion and spirituality to gain more resources ▪ Broaden knowledge and experience on spirituality, religion, and culture in multicultural society ▪ Increase awareness on spiritual care in nursing practice
  4. 4. Our Spiritual Journey
  5. 5. Memorial Service in George Pearson Centre ▪ 15 – 20 attendees ▪ Family, friends, residents, and staff ▪ VCH Chaplain conducted the nondenominational service ▪ Music and picture album ▪ Drinks and snacks after
  6. 6. Roman Catholic▪ St. Paul Parish ▪ 8251 St Albans Rd, Richmond, BC ▪ (604) 277-3213
  7. 7. Sikhism▪ Guru Nanak Niwas ▪ 8600 No. 5 Rd Richmond, BC ▪ (604) 274-7479
  8. 8. Hinduism▪ Ram Krishna Mandir in the Vedic Cultural Centre of BC ▪ 8200 - No. 5 Road, Richmond. B.C ▪ (604) 275-9182
  9. 9. Tibetan Buddhism▪ Thrangu Monastry Canada ▪ 8140 No. 5 Road, Richmond. B.C ▪ (778) 297-6010
  10. 10. Chinese Buddhism▪ International Buddhist Society ▪ 9160 Steveston Highway, Richmond, B.C., Canada V7A 1M5 ▪ (604) 274-2822
  11. 11. Taoism▪ Tian-Jin Temple ▪ 3426 Smith Avenue, Burnaby, BC ▪ (604) 568- 9880
  12. 12. Dr. Sun Yat-Sen: Classical Chinese Garden▪ 578 Carrall Street, Vancouver, BC▪ (604) 662 3207
  13. 13. VanDusen Botanical Garden▪ 5251 Oak Street, Vancouver, BC▪ (604) 878- 9274
  14. 14. Maladjusted (Theatre)▪ Firehall Arts Centre ▪ 280 E. Cordova St. Vancouver, BC ▪ (604)689-0926
  15. 15. Our Thoughts on Spirituality ▪ Before our journey: ▪ Spirituality = Religion ▪ After our journey: ▪ Spirituality: ▪ Personal and individual spiritual journey to find inner peace ▪ Any form ▪ nature, arts, music, food ▪ Religion: ▪ Outwardly organized practices, rituals, and codes of conduct to fulfill people’s spiritual needs
  16. 16. How can spirituality help you prevent burnout?
  17. 17. Spirituality in Health Care▪ Finding meaning and connection through religion or spirituality can protect against negative outcomes of stress (Edelman & Mandle,2006)▪ Holistic Care ▪ Body-Mind-Spirit▪ Spiritual care is often neglected by most health care providers through our experiences
  18. 18. Sacred Spaces▪ A quiet place to think, reflect, pray and meditate▪ Accessibility ▪ Open 24 hours▪ For everyone ▪ Clients, families, visitors, staff▪ Photo taken at Vancouver General Hospital Sacred Spaces
  19. 19. Sacred Spaces▪ What are in the sacred spaces? ▪ Chairs ▪ Kneeling chairs ▪ Mats ▪ Head coverings ▪ Yamaka ▪ Guest book ▪ Sacred texts and words of wisdom ▪ From any and all faiths ▪ Religious symbols and items
  20. 20. Religious Symbols
  21. 21. Religious Symbols▪ Swastik vs
  22. 22. Chaplains (Spiritual Care Specialist)▪ Part of Interdisciplinary team to provide holistic care▪ Nondenominational▪ Keep assist with the spiritual and emotional needs of patients, families and staff ▪ Keep in hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, hospices, residential care, and prisons▪ Keep helps to connect with various spiritual resources in the community
  23. 23. How can you incorporatespiritual care into your practice?
  24. 24. Nursing Assessments and Tools▪ Resident’s spiritual needs are part of daily nursing care▪ Commonly used assessment tools: ▪ FICA ▪ HOPE ▪ SPIRIT▪ Admission form (limited)
  25. 25. Putting into Practice▪ When we spoke with residents in GPC: ▪ They were seeking the sense of belonging and better coping mechanisms through spirituality ▪ They believe that nurses should incorporate spiritual care into their daily assessments ▪ Some did not know that spiritual care can be a part of nursing care ▪ Some were uncomfortable with sharing personal feelings about spirituality
  26. 26. How would you influence RPN’s inyour workplace to develop the spirit intheir practice of Body – Mind – Spirit?
  27. 27. Acknowledgement▪ Special thanks to: ▪ Practice Mentor : Roberta Jokanovich BScN MPA RN
  28. 28. References▪ Chidarikire, S. (2012). Spirituality: The neglected dimension of holistic mental health care. Advances In Mental Health, 10(3), 298-302. doi:10.5172/jamh.2012.10.3.298▪ Clarke, J. (2010). Body and soul in mental health care. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 13(6), 649-657. doi:10.1080/13674676.2010.488416▪ Cook, C., Breckon, J., Jay, C., Renwick, L., & Walker, P. (2012). Pathway to accommodate patients spiritual needs. Nursing Management - UK, 19(2), 33-37.▪ Edelman, C. L., & Mandle, C. L. (2006). Health promotion: Throughout the life span. (6th ed., pp. 1-701). St. Louis, Missouri: Elsevier Mosby.▪ Galanter, M. (2010). Spirituality in Psychiatry: A Biopsychosocial Perspective. Psychiatry: Interpersonal & Biological Processes, 73(2), 145-157▪ Hayden, D. (2011). Spirituality in end-of-life care: attending the person on their journey. British Journal Of Community Nursing, 16(11), 546-551.
  29. 29. References▪ Hayden, D. (2011). Spirituality in end-of-life care: attending the person on their journey. British Journal Of Community Nursing, 16(11), 546-551.▪ Krok, D. (2008). The role of spirituality in coping: Examining the relationships between spiritual dimensions and coping styles. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 11(7), 643- 653. doi:10.1080/13674670801930429▪ Morgan, O. J. (2009). Thoughts on the Interaction of Trauma, Addiction, and Spirituality. Journal Of Addictions & Offender Counseling, 30(1), 5-15.▪ Nichols, L. M., & Hunt, B. (2011). The Significance of Spirituality for Individuals with Chronic Illness: Implications for Mental Health Counseling. Journal Of Mental Health Counseling, 33(1), 51-66.▪ Rosmarin, D. H., Auerbach, R. P., Bigda-Peyton, J. S., Björgvinsson, T., & Levendusky, P. G. (2011). Integrating Spirituality Into Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in an Acute Psychiatric Setting: A Pilot Study. Journal Of Cognitive Psychotherapy, 25(4), 287-303. doi:10.1891/0889-8391.25.4.287

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