The Delivery of End-of-Life Spiritual Care to Muslim Patients by Non-Muslim Providers

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Abstract

When providers are called to deliver spiritual care to a patient of a different culture, especially if the patient is preparing to die, understanding religious and spiritual beliefs can promote conversations about specific spiritual needs. Muslims will be discussed as one culturally diverse population that frequently receives care from non-Muslim providers.

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