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Spirituality, religiousness, and health: From research to clinical practice

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Mills, P.J. Spirituality, religiousness, and health: From research to clinical practice. ann. behav. med. 24, 1–2 (2002). https://doi.org/10.1207/S15324796ABM2401_01

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Keywords

  • Behavioral Medicine
  • Coronary Care Unit
  • Spiritual Care
  • Religious Behavior
  • Mental Health Nurse