Espiritualidade e estudantes de medicina: contribuições para o ensino médico

Maria Silian Mandu Fonseca, Maria Eduarda Bueno, Ana Laura Schliemann, Norton Yoshiaki Kitanishi, Luis Carlos Floriam Junior

Resumo


A importância de se abordar a espiritualidade com os pacientes e familiares se dá na condição de que muitos pacientes são religiosos e gostariam de abordar isso quando doentes. Diante disso, este trabalho buscou identificar na literatura recente, o que foi produzido sobre a importância da espiritualidade para a educação de graduação em Medicina no período de 2006 a 2012, existente nos bancos de dados LILACS e MEDLINE. Dos 23 artigos analisados, 7 estavam relacionados aos objetivos do trabalho e 16 não estavam relacionados. 


Palavras-chave


espiritualidade; estudantes de medicina; educação de graduação em medicina; saúde

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