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of 'Overview of spirituality in palliative care'

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An empirical investigation of the relationship between spirituality, coping, and emotional distress in people living with HIV infection and AIDS.
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Somlai AM, Kelly JA, Kalichman SC, Mulry G, Sikkema KJ, McAuliffe T, Multhauf K, Davantes B
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J Pastoral Care. 1996;50(2):181-91.
 
Evaluates levels of psychological distress, coping mechanisms, and their relationship with the religious beliefs and spiritual practices of people (N=65) living with HIV and AIDS. Results of the research indicate a strong relationship for spiritual dimensions with mental health, psychological adjustment, and coping. Concludes that a blending of spiritual traditions and mental health approaches are needed to facilitate the coping of people living with HIV and AIDS.
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Center for AIDS Intervention Research, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee 53226, USA.
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